We are inviting law students and young lawyers to watch the movie and join the discussion after the screening. The discussion will be facilitated by Peter Jarosz, (US Embassy).
The Verdict is a 1982 American legal drama film directed by Sidney Lumet and written by David Mamet from Barry Reed's eponymous novel. Boston lawyer Frank Galvin takes his face out of the shot glass for one last shot at redemption, taking a medical negligence case against powerful attorney Edward Concannon.
Runtime: 129 min
Peter M. Jarosz currently serves as the United States Department of Justice Legal Advisor in Ukraine. In Ukraine, he works with prosecutors and anti-corruption law enforcement agencies to reform the Ukrainian legal system and strengthen the rule of law. Prior to coming to Ukraine, Mr. Jarosz served as a Legal Advisor in Kosovo where he provided advice on the revisions to the Kosovo Criminal Code and Code of Criminal Procedure.
Prior to working overseas, Mr. Jarosz worked in the United States Attorney’s Office in both the Western District of Wisconsin and District of Arizona. In Arizona, he also served as the Deputy Chief of the Financial Crimes Section and Chief of the Criminal Division. He was also appointed as a Special Assistant United States Attorney in the Western District of Oklahoma to assist in the investigation of the bombing of the Alfred K. Murrah building.
Since graduating from law school in 1982, he has also worked in private practice at Gray, Plant Mooty Mooty and Bennet and Gallagher and Kennedy where he litigated highway design and product liability cases. He has been the lead counsel in over 100 jury trials and has briefed and argued over 50 appeals ranging from the Arizona Supreme Court to the 9th, 7th and 8th Circuits. He has also served as a Judge Pro Tem and a prosecutor in local and state prosecution offices where he prosecuted political corruption and organized crime cases.
Jarosz has a BA and JD from the University of Arizona and is completing course work for a LLM from the University of London in International Law.
Remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
Приблизно 30% осіб, які перенесли інсульт, отримує розлади комунікації. Як живуть ці люди в Україні? Що Україна пропонує людям з набути розладами комунікації, чи взагалі пропонує і знає про них? Не лише поговоримо, але й з перших уст дізнаємось досвід життя з одним із комунікативних розладів – афазією (розлади мови) від сержанта ЗСУ, магістра логопедії, Дмитра Трібоя.
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