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2006 Barry M. Goldwater Lecture Series
"Legal & Judicial History of Arizona"

A quarter century ago, Senator Goldwater initiated the speaker's series that bears his name. Each year, the series highlights one of the three themes that comprise AHF's collection policy emphases in political, legal and business history. This year's series brings together seven of the state's most historically significant legal practitioners and jurists, including Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, Judge Robert Broomfield, and Judge Francis X. Gordon. For more informationon about the speakers please see our brochure.

The 2006 series marks a renewed partnership between AHF and EIGHT, one that promises to bring to viewers some of Arizona's most distinguished and colorful history makers.

 

Lecture Series schedule on Eight

July 2, 12:30pm
U.S. Supreme Court Justice, Sandra Day O'Connor An Arizonan on the U.S. Supreme Court: Memories and Reflections
July 9, 12:30pm

Judge Robert C. Broomfield
The Judiciary-It's the Glue

July 16, 12:30pm
Judge William J. Schafer III
The Don Bolles Murder Cases
July 23, 12:30pm
Professor Robert Glennon
Water Follies
July 30, 12:30pm
Justice Thomas A. Zlaket
Common Misconceptions about Judges and the Justice System in Arizona
August 20, 12:30pm
Judge Paul G. Rosenblatt
1863-2006: All but One Hundred
August 27, 12:30pm
Justice Frank X. Gordon
The Long Road from Kingman to Phoenix