Can conscientious judges from different generations – the young and idealistic, like Miss Hammurabi, and the older and worldly-wise, like her supervisor – fight corruption and unfair treatment in the courts?
Join us for a two-part discussion of key scenes from Miss Hammurabi.
This highly acclaimed drama, written by a sitting judge from Seoul, draws on real cases to explore the legal and ethical dilemmas judges face in an imperfect world.
About the Speaker:
Dr. Thomas Samuelian is former Dean of AUA’s College of Humanities & Social Sciences and LL.M. Program. A practicing attorney, Dr. Samuelian has an abiding interest in how societal attitudes, public awareness and role models promote the rule of law through voluntary compliance.