A partner in the firm of Slough, Connealy, Irwin & Madden, Fred Slough is a graduate of Kansas State Univ. and U.M.K.C. Law School, 1974. Fred has litigated criminal and civil matters, eventually focusing on personal injury, employment discrimination, and consumer and civil rights cases. He is dedicated to the National Lawyers’ Guild motto that human rights shall be as sacred as property rights.

ON All Souls Forum | May 17, 2017 | 6:00 pm

“What’s To Be Done—Assessing Social vs Economic Justice” with Fred Slough

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A partner in the firm of Slough, Connealy, Irwin & Madden, Fred Slough is a graduate of Kansas State Univ. and U.M.K.C. Law School, 1974. Fred has litigated criminal and civil matters, eventually focusing on personal injury, employment discrimination, and consumer and civil rights cases. He is dedicated to the National Lawyers’ Guild motto that human rights shall be as sacred as property rights.

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