Professor Peters Speaks at Tort Law Education Day

The American Museum of Tort Law in Winsted, Conn., hosted a Tort Law Education Day on October 5. Professor Philip G. Peters Jr. was on the program, speaking about medical malpractice. This first annual event was intended to serve as a model for future programs around the country to foster public education about the law of torts.

The American Museum of Tort Law was founded by Ralph Nader in his home town with the mission “to educate, inform and inspire Americans about two things: Trial by jury; and the benefits of tort law.”