Join us for an evening of drinks, dinner and discussion
with the Honorable Jim Letten of the United States Attorney’s Office of Eastern District of Louisiana
Thursday June 21st from 5:30 to 8:30PM
Rotolo’s on Rampart
Upstairs, Private Dining Room
514 South Rampart Street
New Orleans, LA 70113
General Tickets $15
Equality Club Tickets Complimentary
Purchase Tickets Here.
Limited street metered parking available as well as Central Parking lot located next to Rotolo’s.
A chance to meet and network with equality and progressive minded people in New Orleans while learning more about the judicial system with US Attorney Jim Letten. There will be a buffet style dinner and non-alcoholics drinks catered by Rotolo’s and a cash bar. We hope that you will join us for an amazing night of discussions!
Space is limited and we recommend purchasing tickets in advance, but it is not necessary. If you do purchase your ticket now, your name will be added to the guest list, no ticket required, and no lines to wait in!
Jim Letten, who has served as the United States Attorney since April, 2001, is a native of New Orleans, having graduated from Tulane Law School in 1979. He spent a total of four years in the New Orleans District Attorney’s Office, where he participated in hundreds of jury and bench trials, prosecuting offenders for all types of criminal violations, including thefts, burglaries, armed robberies, drug distributions, rapes, murders, and white collar offenses.
Over his career as a prosecutor, Jim has received numerous awards from federal, state and local enforcement agencies and civic institutions, including University of New Orleans Distinguished Alumnus of the Year in 2008, and was UNO’s December 2009 Commencement Speaker. Jim was voted Top Attorney of 2007 in New Orleans Magazine, where he was additionally voted as New Orleanian of the Year and Most Admired New Orleanian in 2008 and 2009. He was also named New Orleanian of the Year in Gambit Magazine for 2009. Jim was awarded the United States Attorney General’s Medallion for Distinguished Service recognizing his leadership following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. Most recently, Jim received the Anti-Defamation League’s 2010 Torch of Liberty Award for his leadership and contributions to counteractive bigotry and advancing civil rights. He also received the Southeast Louisiana Boy Scouts of America 2010 Citizen of the Year award.