Law and Literature Committee (7/27/23)

This is a hybrid meeting with an in-person option and a webcast option. While registering, please indicate if you will attend in-person when prompted.

TOPIC: Join us as we explore the question of whether judicial systems can attain justice and truth through a discussion of Fyodor Dostoevsky’s The Brothers Karamozov.


Royal F. Berg, Attorney at Law 
Robert Brunn, Attorney at Law
Robert T. Kuehl, Kuehl Law, P.C.

(IL MCLE credit for live meeting only. No MCLE credit for archived webcast.)

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Law and Literature Committee (7/27/23)
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