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Jewish at Harvard Law in the 1950’s. Mr. Nathan Lewin

Nat Lewin is one of the top lawyers in the country. He has done extensive work in his field, and in particular will share with us some of his background dealing with 1st amendment issues. He will also paint us a picture of his time at Harvard Law in the 1950’s, and describe the highlights and lowlights of his experiences being Jewish on campus. He will share his story, the challenges and struggles he faced and most importantly how he dealt with them and through his persistence, transcended them.

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