The lecture will be presented by Kenneth R. Feinberg, who was appointed�Special Master by the U.S. Attorney General�to administer the 9/11 Fund. The event will take place in the USD School of Law courtroom and is free and open to the public.
The reception prior to the lecture and a book signing after the program will be held in the Law School's Davenport Student Commons.
Feinberg's speech is titled "The 9/11 Fund: Private Pain and Public Compensation"�and will focus on Feinberg's work in helping to calculate the compensation which was paid to the families of the 2,976 people who lost their lives in the World Trade Center attacks.�
A panel discussion following the lecture will feature Feinberg, Forensic Economist�Don Frankenfeld of Rapid City, and USD Law Professor Jon Van Patten.�
The University of South Dakota School of Law provides a high-quality legal education that prepares students for leadership in the administration of justice in South Dakota and for success in private practice, public service, business and other law-related endeavors.
For more information contact Tom Sorensen, associate dean, at (605) 677-5393 or email@example.com.