Compton native son, Judge Kelvin Filer, family, honored April 18
Law Day is one of many Long Beach NAACP programs and events
Judge Kelvin D. Filer YouTube/Compton Unified School District
‘Separation of Powers: Framework for Freedom;’ Long Beach Prosecutor Doug Haubert to keynote 8th annual Long Beach NAACP Law Day event
LONG BEACH, Calif. (MNS) — Long Beach City Prosecutor Doug Haubert will deliver the keynote address at the 8th annual Long Beach NAACP Law Day, April 18, 2018, in partnership with the law firm of Keesal Young & Logan.Keesal Young & Logan will host the event at 400 Oceangate #1400, Long Beach, CA 90802 [MAP]. The program begins at 6 p.m.
Haubert has been a participant and committee member for the project for more than 10 years. An experienced attorney with expertise on code enforcement prosecution, Haubert’s message will explore the theme, “Separation of Powers: Framework for Freedom,” and examine the American system of government established under the U.S. Constitution with three independent branches —legislative, executive, and judicial and the interactive checks and balances between the three.
National Law Day occurs in May each year, bringing together legal experts and youth to discuss important legal issues in the U.S.
Compton native son, Judge Kelvin Filer and family members Anthony, Lance, and Kree Filer, who are also lawyers will be honored at Law Day.
Other members of the Long Beach legal community participating in the 8th annual Lay Day, include Long Beach City Attorney Charles Parkin, Deputy City Attorney Anne Lattime, Assistant City Prosecutor Randy Fudge, and Deputy Prosecutor Kay Watson.
The Long Beach Branch of the NAACP was founded in 1940 by Ernest McBride. Law Day is one of the many programs and events sponsored by the branch, along with its award-winning ACT-SO program.
Metropolis News Service.