70th Year Commemoration of the Nuremberg Trials

  • July 17, 2015
  • July 26, 2015
  • Travel

The 70th Anniversary Commemoration of the Nuremberg Trials will bring American judges, lawyers and other legal practitioners to Nuremberg for one week during the month of July 2015 to remember, experience, and honor what occurred there 70 years ago. The highlight of the N70 commemoration will be a one-day program on July 24, 2015 in Courtroom 600 of the Palace of Justice in Nuremberg, where the International Military Tribunal trial and a number of the subsequent Nuremberg Military Tribunals trials took place. CLE credit is available.

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Your N70 Program Schedule will feature:

  • Eight nights of 4 and 5 star single occupancy accommodations in Nuremberg and Munich
  • Keynote address in Courtroom 600 
  • Meetings with Nuremberg City Council officials, local attorneys and academics
  • Evening reception at German-American Institute
  • Excursions of the Nazi Rally Grounds, Documentation Center, Dachau and more
  • Day trip to explore the Bavarian capital, Munich
  • Visit to the 1,400-year-old Weltenburg Abbey outside of Regensburg
  • Excursions to Neuschwanstein Castle

An optional package at the end of the program will take attendees to Poland for a 3-night stay in Krakow for a tour of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the Schindler Factory, and the city.

Program Cost

Traditional N70 Program: $4,700
Guest (sharing room): $1,000
(international airfare not included)

Optional Poland Add-On: $1,400
Guest (sharing room): $800
(includes roundtrip airfare from Munich to Krakow)

Creighton University School of Law’s N70 Program is co-sponsored by The California Judges Association and the State Bar of California.