Trials and Error

On September 6, Pace Law School brings key players from the OJ Simpson case to Pace to go behind the headlines of the “trial of the century.” Join them for what’s sure to be a “juicy” event. Badum tsssshhhh!

Exhibit B of the Pace Law School’s Trials and Error series on September 6 will focus front and center on the OJ Simpson case. Witness some of the key players debating the trial in a panel comprising:

Alan Dershowitz, member of OJ’s “Dream Team”

Christopher Darden, Deputy District Attorney LA County

Kim Goldman, sister of Ron Goldman

Fred Goldman, father of Ron Goldman

Good Morning America legal analyst and attorney Dan Abrams will provide the media point of view; Noted novelist, essayist, and law professor Thane Rosenbaum will act as moderator and add historical context and ask probing questions; Pace Law School Adjunct Professor and Senior Trial Counsel at the NY County DA’s Office Joel Seidemann is the series producer.

The event will be held on Thursday, September 6, from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in the Schimmel Theater on the NYC Campus. General admission is $15, but free for students.

The Trials and Error series focuses on high-profile cases that captured the public imagination and were tried, not just in the courtroom, but in the media and the court of public opinion.