Leaders in Law @ American Museum of Tort Law

On Thursday, November 8 at 7 pm join the American Museum of Tort Law in welcoming the renowned Attorney Thomas Fortune Fay, at the Leaders In Law presentation series

Working with Congress, the State Department and victim’s families, Thomas Fortune Fay pioneered the use of US Civil litigation to recover billions of dollars for victims of state-sponsored terrorism; from soldiers in the Beirut barracks bombing to the 9/11 families.

Fay was also instrumental in developing legislation which has been upheld by the Supreme Court, allowing plaintiffs to be compensated by countries who sponsor terrorism, including Iran and Saudi Arabia.

The mission of the American Museum of Tort Law is to educate the public about the importance of trial by jury and benefits of tort law; and to celebrate the important work trial lawyers do every day, for their clients, the profession and our country.

With the Leaders In Law series, we are committed to providing a thought-provoking platform for culturally, politically and legally relevant discourse with the most provocative and inspiring voices in law today. Part Interview, part Master Class, part Town Hall meeting, the series encourages thoughtful and lively interaction between our speakers and individuals from all walks of life.

Please join them and be part of the conversation. SPECIAL GROUP OFFER: A VIP Pass, good for one individual to attend a private reception with attorney Fay, will be provided for every group of four friends, colleagues or members who purchase tickets.

Seating is limited. For additional details on the Leaders In Law presentation series, and to reserve your tickets to see Thomas Fortune Fay, please visit http://www.tortmuseum.org or call 860-379-0505 today. Suggested donation is $20.00, which includes a free tour of the Museum. Doors open at 6:00pm.

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