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A conversation with Associate Justice Clarence Thomas; Marshall Criser Distinguished Lecture Series

Published: January 25th, 2010

Category: Events, News

U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas will visit the Levin College of Law on Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 3-4. The focus of his visit will be interacting with and meeting students, including a “conversation” as the Marshall Criser Distinguished Lecture. This conversation, which is not open to the general public, will be held on Thursday, Feb. 4, at 10 a.m. in the Marcia Whitney Schott Courtyard.

The lecture will also be Webcast live via a link on the UF Law home page, and an archived version will be available online following the event.

Tickets for the lecture are being distributed on a first-come, first-served basis by the Office of Student Affairs until all 700 have been picked up. In order to be eligible for a ticket, students need to present to the Office of Student Affairs a valid law school UF ID. Only one ticket will be available per student and students are not allowed to pick up tickets for other students. Please pick a ticket up only if you plan on attending the event.

Details about the lecture and other events related to Justice Thomas’ visit were sent to the law school community in an e-mail last week. Students with questions should contact the Office of Student Affairs at 352-273-0620. Any other questions, including media inquiries, should be directed to the Communications Office at 352-273-0650.

For the most up-to-date information on ticketing, policies and procedures check your e-mail and the UF Law homepage.

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