LACBA Holds Private Screening of “RBG” and Q&A with Brenda Feigen
LACBA welcomed more than 100 guests to the beautiful Landmark Theater in West Los Angeles for a private screening of “RBG,” a film exploring the exceptional life and career of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. With popcorn in hand, the audience was captivated by the film the New York Times calls “a loving and informative documentary portrait of Justice Ginsburg during her 85th year on earth and her 25th on the bench.”
Immediately following the screening, LACBA Trustee Kendra Thomas moderated a thought-provoking Q&A with author, attorney, film producer, activist and LACBA member Brenda Feigen. Ms. Feigen, who was featured in the film for her work with Justice Ginsburg at the ACLU as a co-founder of the Women's Rights Project, continues to do important work in the areas of gender-based discrimination, same-sex marriage, constitutional, family, and business law.