Gerda Weissmann Klein
Celebrated Author, 2010 Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient,
Academy Award Winner, Holocaust Survivor,
Proud Naturalized Citizen and Founder of Citizenship Counts
Honorable Barbara Mundell
Retired Presiding Judge of the Superior Court of Maricopa County, Arizona
Dean Clara Szczaranski
Dean and Professor of Law at the Universidad Mayor, Chile
Date: April 26, 2013
Time: 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Place: National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade,
440 N. Bonita Ave. Tucson, AZ
Appetizers and Cocktails Provided
Raffle: NatLaw will be selling Raffle tickets at the door. Prizes include theatre and event tickets and gift certificates for great local restaurants. Grand Prize: University of Arizona Basketball signed by 2012-2013 Sweet Sixteen Wildcats
School and Art Suppy Drive for La Paloma Family Services: La Paloma provides shelter, counseling, and guidance to children who have suffered abuse, neglect, and abandonment within Tucson. Additionally, La Paloma’s JUMP for College program works with these youth to empower them to achieve their educational and vocational goals. JOIN US in assisting with this worthy cause by bringing any of the following items on April 26th: backpacks, college-ruled notebooks, folders, binders, pens, pencils or art supplies of any kind.
NatLaw would like to thank all attendees and speakers of the event, it was a great success! Featured above (L to R): Hon. Barbara Mundell, Gerda Weissman Klein, and NatLaw Research and Development Director Cristina Castaneda.
NatLaw would also like to thank the following donors for their continued support:
Finley Distributing, Metropolitan Tucson Convention & Visitors Bureau, Pasco Kitchen & Lounge, Cafe 54, Zona 78, Tucson Symphony Orchestra, Tucson Museum of Art, Right Touch Massage, Madaras Gallery, Hub Restaurant and Ice Creamery, Acacia, Fox Tucson Theatre, Pottery by Christopher Fraioli, Jewelry by Lissette, Westin La Paloma, University of Arizona Athletic Department