|When:||Back to Calendar February 25, 2013 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm||Where:||Arlington Central Library Auditorium
1015 North Quincy Street
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Retired legal authority Jean S. Moore will discuss the blockbuster American crime of the 1930s.
Based on a detailed review of records and actual transcripts, Moore will examine the crime, trial and the outcome of the Lindbergh case, a tragedy that electrified the nation.
Jean S. Moore received a law degree summa cum laude from Ohio State University, and joined the honors program of the U.S. Department of Justice and later the White House Office of Special Counsel as staff assistant to the president.
After specializing in international litigation and arbitration, she is now a retired partner of the Washington law firm of Hogan Lovells and serves on boards of several corporations and nonprofit organizations.
Presented in partnership with Encore Learning (formerly Arlington Learning in Retirement Institute).