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Courtrooms as TV Entertainment: A Conversation with <strong>Judge Marilyn Milian</strong> from “The People’s Court,” and <strong>Judge Alex Ferrer</strong> of “Judge Alex.”
Date(s): 04.25.07 Wed
Time: 8:00 p.m.
Location: One Time Warner Center
Sponsor: Forum on Law, Culture, &amp; Society. With support from Time Warner and Entwistle &amp; Cappucci LLP.
<span style=”text-decoration: underline;”>Program Description</span>:
Judge Marilyn Milian of “The People’s Court” and Judge Alex Ferrer of “Judge Alex” headline the Fordham Law School Forum on Law, Culture &amp; Society’s April 25 program, Courtrooms as TV Entertainment.
The conversation will tune in to the phenomenon of daytime TV courtrooms: how they affect our culture and what they say about those judged- and those transfixed- by TV judgments.
In conversation with Thane Rosenbaum, the Forum’s Director, and in viewing some clips from their shows, the judges will weigh in on why daytime TV courtrooms reflect the public’s fascination with the legal system. Why do viewing audiences revel in the lives of ordinary people fighting over ordinary things? Is it that we seek the daily moral lesson, immediacy, and finality that comes from watching a court case resolve itself before the next commercial break? Are participants seeking their 15 minutes of fame, or are they perhaps longing for their private misdeeds and pain to be aired, and cleansed, by the American public?
Fordham Law School’s Forum on Law, Culture, &amp; Society is made possible through the generous support of Time Warner and Entwistle &amp; Cappucci LLP.
After each Forum, the conversation continues in cyberspace via pod-casting and an interactive blog at: <a href=”http://fordhamlawandculture.blogspot.com/” target=”_blank”>fordhamlawandculture.blogspot.com</a>, also accessible via <a href=”http://www.fordhamlawandculture.org/”>www.fordhamlawandculture.org.</a>
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