CORRECTION FROM SOURCE/MEDIA ADVISORY – Thomas Jefferson School of Law to Host Lecture on Armenian Genocide
April 13, 2016 (PRLEAP.COM) Education NewsThis document corrects and replaces the media advisory that was sent two days ago, April 13.
SAN DIEGO, CA – APRIL 15, 2016 - On Friday, April 22, Thomas Jefferson School of Law will be hosting a lecture entitled, "Genocide and the Law 101 Years Later." This event will coincide near the 101st anniversary of the Armenian Genocide in Turkey.
The lecture will feature famed Armenian-American criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos, who had represented several celebrities and was one of the lead lawyers in a pair of groundbreaking federal class-action lawsuits against New York Life Insurance and AXA Corporation for insurance policies issued in the early 20th century during the Armenian Genocide.
This event is organized by the Thomas Jefferson School of Law Armenian Law Student Association.
WHERE: Thomas Jefferson School of Law, 2nd floor, Room 225, 1155 Island Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101
WHEN: Friday, April 22, 2016, 12:15pm-1:30pm (PDT)
CONTACT: Thomas Jefferson School of Law Armenian Law Student Association President Meline Grigoryan, 818-730-0014, firstname.lastname@example.org; Thomas Jefferson School of Law Director of Marketing and Communications Edgar Hopida, 619-961-4314 or 619-913-0719, email@example.com
NOTE: All news media reporters and photographers must check in at the security desk on the first floor of Thomas Jefferson School of Law before being allowed to enter campus.
Thomas Jefferson School of Law offers a comprehensive legal education to a nationally-based, diverse student body. The non-profit law school is consistently ranked as one of the most diverse law schools in the nation, with 52 percent of its most recent class being students of color. Located in Downtown San Diego, Thomas Jefferson Law has evolved into an innovative, cutting-edge law school, devoted to the individual needs and success of its students. More information is available at www.tjsl.edu.