April 14th, 2016

Malcolm Gross Provides Lecture Series at Cedar Crest College

In early spring, Attorney Malcolm J. Gross provided a course entitled “Slavery and Segregation” to Cedar Crest College’s Institute for Learning in Retirement. The lecture series ran from March 22 to April 12 and covered the historical and legal significance of this period in our nation’s history. The course is one of several non-credit classes offered on Cedar Crest’s campus for individuals aged 55 and up. For more information on classes offered, call 610-606-4666 ext. 3381.

A respected litigator, Mal’s routes run deep in the region with his grandfather and great-grandfather both serving as mayors of  the City of Allentown. Mal has a passion for history and the law and is frequently invited by regional organizations and historical societies to speak on these topics.

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