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News from the Forum

In the photo above:  Governor Thornburgh addresses the Pitt Law Class of 2014. Click here to read the Governor's address.

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Governor Thornburgh and Three Mile Island
C-Span / American History segment. WATCH THE VIDEO....Learn more >
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"Why Trump and What is Next?"
December 6, 2016. Cokie Roberts, political commentator for ABC News and NPR, presented the American Experience Distinguished Lecture....Learn more >
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Law student prize winners announced.
Congrats to the recipients of the Dick Thornburgh Prize for Legal Service & the J. Evans Rose, Jr. Prize for Public Service....Learn more >
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"Cross-Examining History: A Lawyer Gets Answers From the Experts About Our Presidents."
September 28, 2016. Talmage Boston presents his soon-to-be-released book titled, "Cross-Examining History: A Lawyer Gets Answers From the Experts About America's Presidents" as a part of The Discussion on Governance Lecture Series....Learn more >
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“L'Arche USA: People With and Without Intellectual Disabilities Living and Working Together.”
October 19, 2016. L'Arche USA presents The Thornburgh Family Lecture on Disability Law and Policy....Learn more >
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"Public-Private Partnerships: The Best Governance Structure to Create Transformation Change.”
March 31, 2016. William Generett Jr., J.D. President and CEO of Urban Innovation21 presented the Discussions on Governance Lecture Series....Learn more >
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In memory of Justice Antonin Scalia
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"Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis"
February 22, 2016. Robert Putnam, Recipient of the 2012 National Humanities Medal, presents the American Experience Distinguished Lecture....Learn more >
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“Ethics, Citizenship and Governance: Can we fix the Criminal Justice System for the 21st Century?”
January 28, 2016. Fred Thieman, President of the Buhl Foundation presents "The Discussions on Governance Lecture Series."...Learn more >
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"Taking It Personally"
October 27, 2015. Mark Johnson, Director of Advocacy at The Shepherd Center and Chair of the ADA Project, presents The Thornburgh Family Lecture in Disability Law and Policy....Learn more >
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