Loyola University Chicago

School of Law

Law and Literature Lecture

The Law and Literature Lecture is a tradition that was developed in conjunction with Loyola's "Great Books" Seminar. The "Great Books" Seminar was established to provide an opportunity for law students to discuss law-related literature with the faculty and staff. 

In recent years, the School of Law has featured programs that focus on works by Shakespeare and how they relate to the law.

 

Loyola University Chicago School of Law

Shakespeare and the Law

Othello:
What is the Nature of Evil?

Join acclaimed director Michael Halberstam and actors from Writers Theatre for a discussion and dramatic interpretation of scenes from Othello.

Monday, October 2, 2017
12-1 PM

Philip H. Corboy Law Center
Power Rogers @ Smith Ceremonial Courtroom, 10th Floor
25 E. Pearson Street, Chicago

Michael Halberstam is the artistic director and co-founder of Writers Theatre, which recently celebrated its 25th Anniversary and opened a new, state-of-the-art theatre center in Glencoe, Illinois. Halberstam has directed more than 35 productions for the company, and has received numerous awards for excellence in theatre management and artistic achievement. He is the 2010 recipient of the Zelda Fichandler Award, and in 2013 he was named "Chicagoan of the Year" for theatre by the Chicago Tribune.

This year's program is made possible by the generous support of Loyola law alumna Randy Lamm Berlin.

Pizza will be served.  
RSVP to lawandliterature@luc.edu