Luncheon with D. Thomas Longo--Presented by Harvard Law School Association of Cincinnati
Please join us for a luncheon with special guest speaker:
"Reflections on the U.S. Foreign Service -- Is It Still Relevant?
"Boston Latin School is the oldest school in America. It was founded April 23, 1635 by the Town of Boston ... antedating Harvard College by more than a year. The curriculum of the school is centered in the humanities, its founders sharing with the ancient Greeks the belief that the only good things are the goods of the soul. Edmund Burke referred to America as exemplifying the "dissidence of dissent." From its beginning, Boston Latin School has taught its scholars dissent with responsibility and has persistently encouraged such dissent."
RSVP. The cost is $30 and a check made payable to HLSA of Cincinnati should be sent to: Mary Newman, Treasurer, Harvard Law School Association of Cincinnati, c/o Dinsmore & Shohl, 225 East Fifth Street, Suite 1900, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. A vegetarian entree should be requested.