Project Nuremberg Lawyer's Luncheon: Confronting Hate at Home In the Courtroom and the Classroom
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Project Nuremberg Lawyer’s Luncheon: Confronting Hate at Home In the Courtroom and the Classroom

Friday, April 29, 2022 | 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Temple Beth El of Boca Raton in conjunction with the South Palm Beach County Bar Association and Lynn University Present the

Project Nuremberg Lawyers Luncheon
CONFRONTING HATE AT HOME: In the Courtroom and the Classroom
Honorees will include Robin Bresky, Amy Spitalnick and Dr. David Frey

$72 in person attendance
$18 online attendance


$500 Sponsorship Level includes admission and 1/4 page ad in journal
$1800 Sponsorship Level includes a reserved table for 5 guests and 1/2 page ad in journal
$3600 Sponsorship Level includes a reserved Table for 10 guests and full page ad in journal


On display is The Blue Series, the record of the trials of the Nazis at Nuremberg after World War II.  These documents, traced to Justice Robert Jackson and housed at Lynn University, were saved from destruction by Rabbi Jessica Spitalnic Mates.  They are an enduring testament to the good that lawyers and judges can do.

This event is generously underwritten by Jay and Marilyn Weinberg.

Application for Florida Bar Association CLE Credits pending.


The Jay and Marilyn Weinberg Rule of Law Award shall be given to an individual who has demonstrated extraordinary commitment to promoting the Rule of Law.  Civility Honor shall be given to a person who promotes professionalism, civility and ethics in the practice of law.


Dr. David Frey
Jay and Marilyn Weinberg Rule of Law Award Recipient
Dr. David Frey is Professor of History and Founding Director of the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (CHGS) at the United States Military Academy at West Point.  Dr. Frey has spearheaded efforts to increase Academy, Army and Defense Department awareness of, understanding of, and efforts to prevent mass atrocity. The 60 Minutes profile on him and his work with the Ritchie Boys is just a small part of the tremendously important role he has in the military.



Robin I. Bresky
Jay and Marilyn Weinberg Rule of Law Award Recipient
Robin I. Bresky is founder and president of Bresky Law and focuses on appellate law, trusts & estates and corporate transactions. Statewide, Bresky represents the 15th Judicial Circuit (Seat 3) on The Florida Bar Board of Governors and sits on the Executive Board. She has been a guiding force in bringing Project Nuremberg to statewide prominence.



Amy Spitalnick
Civility Award Recipient
Amy Spitalnick is the Executive Director of Integrity First for America, a civil rights nonprofit organization dedicated to holding those accountable who threaten long standing principles of our democracy. IFA recently won its groundbreaking lawsuit against the neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and hate groups responsible for the Unite the Right violence, securing multi-million dollar judgments on behalf of Charlottesville community members who were injured. Under Amy’s leadership, IFA has become a powerful national voice in the fight against extremism – and its Charlottesville case has emerged as a model for accountability.

Amy has extensive experience in government, politics, and advocacy, including as Communications Director and Senior Policy Advisor to the New York Attorney General and Communications Advisor and Spokesperson for the New York City Mayor. She has also worked for a number of federal, state, and local officials, campaigns, and advocacy organizations.

Amy frequently appears in national media and has been awarded a number of fellowships and honors, including being named a Women inPower Fellow at the 92nd Street Y, a Truman National Security Project Fellow, and a City & State 40 Under 40 Rising Star. Amy graduated from Tufts University.


Friday, April 29, 2022
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Temple Beth El – Schaefer Family Campus
333 SW 4th Avenue
Boca Raton,FL33432United States
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