Harvard-Radcliffe Club of Maryland's
ANNUAL HOLIDAY LUNCHEON
Friday, December 28, 2018 at 11:30 a.m. featuring
Robert Bowie, Jr. and
Professor Michael Millemann
“Teaching the Practice of Law through the Dramatic Arts:
The Case of Michael Austin”
Please join us in welcoming the Early Action admitted students and
their families to the Annual Holiday Luncheon on
Friday, December 28th at 11:30 a.m. at the
Engineering Society of Baltimore, 11 West Mt. Vernon Place
We are excited to have Club Member, Robert Bowie, Jr., and Professor Michael Millemann as our speakers this year. Mr. Bowie and Professor Millemann will talk about an unconventional course at the Carey-University of Maryland School of Law which taught legal ethics and the practice of law through the dramatic arts. In the course, the students were required to write a play and perform it in front of the law school using the facts and ethical failures from an “Innocence Project” case. Each play was about a prisoner who had been convicted and incarcerated although he was later determined to be completely innocent, subsequently exonerated by the State and released. One such case was the case of Michael Austin. Mr. Bowie and Professor Millemann will describe the case, the teaching method and the impact of the class.
Ticket information: https://hrclubofmaryland.ticketspice.com/holiday-luncheon-2018
- Tickets for the luncheon are available exclusively through this web portal, at $50 per person plus a small transactional fee.
- Tickets must be purchased by December 21st, so we can let the Engineering Society know how many people will be attending.
- If your plans change, please note: no ticket refunds will be issued on or after December 21st because the Club will have to pay for your attendance in advance.
Parking will be available at the corner of Centre & Cathedral Streets. There is usually street parking available as well as valet parking at the Wyndham Peabody Court across the street.
For further information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bio of Robert Bowie, Jr.
Robert Bowie, Jr. graduated from Harvard University (B.A.1973) and Carey-University of Maryland School of Law (1977) and created the law firm Bowie & Jensen in 1990, sold his controlling interest in 2013 and has thereafter pursued a career as a professional playwright. He has had 9 plays performed by the Baltimore Playwrights Festival. Most recently his play ONAJE was professionally produced in October 2018 at the New York International Fringe Festival.
Bio of Michael Millemann
Professor Michael Millemann of the Carey-University of Maryland School of Law graduated from Dartmouth College (B.A. 1966) and Georgetown Law School (J.D. 1969). He has developed and taught a variety of classroom, clinical, and hybrid courses over 43 years and been a leader in creating many law school and state legal services programs. He has published extensively in several fields, including criminal justice, and been given many public service awards.