$25/ticket; $200/table of eight
The Liberty Bell Award, Chancellor of the Bar and Pro Bono Award recipients will be recognized immediately after lunch, followed by the keynote speaker.
What is Law Day?
A day set aside nationally to:
Who is Julian Bond?
For four decades, Julian Bond has served the causes of dignity, peace, and freedom. As the Chairman Emeritus of the Board of Directors of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), the nation's oldest and largest civil rights organization, he continues that service into the new century.
Bond has been on the cutting edge of social change since 1960. Founder of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, he organized voting drives and sit-ins. An elected member of the Georgia House of Respresentatives, Bond was denied his seat by legislators until the intervention of the United States Supreme Court. Co-chairman of an insurgent delegation to the 1968 Democratic Convention, he became the first African American to be nominated for vice president of the United States.
He has delivered his message for equality not only through the political arena. In addition, he appears frequently on "America's Black Forum," the oldest, black-owned television show in syndication; has written a nationally distributed newspaper column; and narrated the award-winning documentaries A Time for Justice and Eyes on the Prize.
Julian Bond has been a first-hand eyewitness to many watershed moments in the history of the Civil Rights Movement.
RESERVATIONS ARE DUE BY Wednesday, April 24, 2013.
Reserve early as seating will be assigned as reservations are received. Tickets will be mailed in advance of the luncheon.
If you are interested in sponsoring the attendance of a local high school or college student, please contact the ECBA office.