For anyone who has ever studied or taken an interest in law, history, civil rights, or the social sciences – or for those intellectuals who are just plain curious – today’s legal symposium at Davies High School is a must-see.
The event, sponsored and arranged by Serkland Law Firm, features special insight into the personal and professional sides of Judge Ronald Norwood Davies, his courtroom, and the judicial role and process.
The free event begins at 1:00 p.m. in the Davies High School Auditorium. Featured speakers and their topics are:
Hon. Ralph R. Erickson
United States District Court Judge
Ronald Norwood Davies, Cooper v. Aaron and Beyond: Capturing the Man Before He is Entirely Lost to Legend
1:00 – 1:30 p.m.
Ms. Jean Schmith
Daughter of Judge Ronald N. Davies
Memories of Judge Davies
1:30 – 1:45 p.m.
Mr. Carlton Hunke
Attorney, Vogel Law Firm
The Experience of Appearing Before Judge Davies, and Trying Cases in his Court
2:00 – 2:15 p.m.
Hon. Gerald W. Vandewalle
Chief Justice, North Dakota Supreme Court
The Role of the Judiciary in Enforcing Citizen’s Rights
2:15 – 2:45 p.m.
Davies High School is located at 7150 25th Street South. To get there from the east, take 76th Avenue South west 1.5 miles to 25th Street and go north. Turn right into the campus and follow the perimeter road to the east side of the school. To get there from the north, use 25th Street South, which is now open. Be aware of road construction activity along 25th Street.