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Court Stories with Retired Newton District Court Judge Paul Chernoff (1:00 p.m.; in person)

Friday, May 17, 2024, 1:00 PM until 2:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (UTC-05:00)
Scandinavian Living Center
Nordic Hall
206 Waltham St.
Newton, MA  02465

Additional Info:
Talks and Lectures
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
No Fee
No Fee

Join us for entertaining and instructive court stories with Paul Chernoff. Judge Paul Chernoff is a retired Judge who served on the Newton District Court for six years and thirty years on the Massachusetts Superior Court. He has presided over about one thousand jury trials and several thousand cases without a jury. He has taught classes at Boston College Law School for thirty years, is a Veteran who represents disabled Veterans through Veteran Legal Services, and is the certified mediator and arbitrator. 

Judge Chernoff is also the author of three books of interesting court happenings over the years and often gives lectures in the community where he teaches valuable lessons through the vehicle of storytelling involving his court case. He and his wife, Lynn, have lived in the City of Newton for over 50 years.

Call the office at 617-795-2560 to register, with any questions and/or if you would like to request a ride to the SLC. Member rides requests accepted until May 11. At the Scandinavian Cultural Center in the Nordic Hall. All members and volunteers are welcome to attend; free.