Join us as we celebrate the first annual gala of the Johns Hopkins Undergraduate Law Review. We will be joined by William H. Murphy Jr. and Christina Bostick—two prominent lawyers based in Baltimore —as they share their experiences practicing law. The event is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Monday, April 29, in Gilman 50. Afterward, there is a catered reception in Gilman Atrium.
To attend the event, make a reservation by completing the RSVP form on the Johns Hopkins Law Review launch gala website.
About the speakers:
William "Billy" Murphy has long been an active advocate of civil rights–related cases, first gaining attention as a criminal defense lawyer by drawing attention to the history of injustice toward African-Americans. He served as a judge for Baltimore's Circuit Court and later founded Murphy, Falcon & Murphy, Most recently, he represented the family of Freddie Gray, who suffered a fatal spinal cord injury while in police custody.
Christina Bostick founded Bostick Law Office to minimize the mistreatment felt by working-class individuals in lawsuits served unjustly by large law firms. She is currently providing legal counsel for the family of Henrietta Lacks, whose cells were used for research studies without her consent.