family remembrances program


Four lawyers from the Washington area, all descendants of attorneys purged from the practice of law by the Nazis in the 1930s, shared their stories at a “Family Remembrances” program in conjunction with the Lawyers Without Rights exhibit at the German-American Heritage Museum in downtown D.C.

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Munich lawyer Dr. Michael Siegel (1882-1979) had complained to Munich Police Headquarters in early 1933, when one of his clients was taken into 'protective custody'. He had the legs of his trousers cut off and was led through Munich's inner city streets barefoot with a board around his neck that read: "I will never complain to the police again!"

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ongoing Events

  Event   City, State   Dates
Law Library Association of St. Louis St. Louis, Mo. July 13 – Nov 2021


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Columbus School of Law – The Catholic University of America Washington, D.C.
The Jewish Center of Princeton Princeton, N.J.
Stetson University College of Law  Gulfport, FL     
Osterhout Free Library
Wilkes-Barre, PA

Queens County Supreme Court                 

Jamaica, New York   
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San Diego Law Library San Diego, California
Capital Hilton Washington, DC
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