Speaking Engagements

Partner Randy Gordon to Present at the Dallas Institute’s Open House


6 p.m. CDT

Gardere Partner Randy Gordon, chair of the Firm's Antitrust and Trade Regulation Practice, will be presenting at The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture Open House on Oct. 6. Twice a year, the Institute opens its doors with a reception and program featuring Institute Fellows. This event will spotlight Mr. Gordon, who is a fellow and instructor of the Institute's interdisciplinary course examining modernism through the lens of Proust's monumental work, In Search of Lost Time.

The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture is a nonprofit educational organization whose purpose is to enrich and deepen the practical life of the city with the wisdom and imagination of the humanities. Through the help of its fellows, the Institute accomplishes its purpose by conducting programs for school teachers and principals, general courses of study, public and professional seminars, publications, conferences and civic involvement.

For additional information about the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, click here.

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