Please join the Human Rights Law Society for a screening of "Crude Justice," a short documentary about last year's Gulf oil spill, its human/environmental impact, and surrounding litigation. A discussion regarding plaintiffs' litigation strategies and issues facing racial and ethnic minorities in the region will follow with Professors Metzloff and Wiener, and journalist Barry Yeoman, who has recently returned from the Gulf. Lunch will be provided. Co-sponsored by the Office for Public Interest and Pro Bono and the Environmental Law Society. For more information, contact Emma Htun at email@example.com.
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