In this talk, Rosalie Levinson will explain how, despite their silence, being a child of two Holocaust survivors affected her life, and how she finally learned her parents’ stories. This revelation motivated her to begin speaking, especially to young people, about her parents’ horrific experiences during the Holocaust to help ensure that the IT will never happen again.
Rosalie Levinson is currently the Phyllis and Richard Duesenberg Professor of Law and a Senior Research Professor at Valparaiso Law School, where she teaches constitutional law, civil rights litigation, and federal practices.
She previously worked as a staff attorney for a public interest organization and has been involved in substantial litigation. She has argued several civil rights cases before the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals and has been a frequent lecturer for continuing legal education programs, including those sponsored by the Federal Judicial Center for Federal Judges and the Practice Law Institute. In addition, she has team taught with Justices Scalia, Ginsburg and Thomas in conjunction with Valparaiso University School of Law’s summer program in Cambridge, England.