A small but enthusiastic crowd turned out for a talent show to support Southold High School’s junior class at the district auditorium Friday night. Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames.
Sign up to show off your skills or simply come enjoy performances by TJSL professors, alumni and students at the inaugural Thomas Jefferson School of Law Talent Show. The idea was developed by Professors Chris Guzelian and Steve Semeraro who say they remember fondly similar events hosted by their law schools and they hope this event will be a longstanding tradition here at TJSL.


Professors Richard Winchester and Susan Tiefenbrun will play classical piano pieces on the theater’s vintage Steinway piano from the 1920s. A $5 dollar donation from everyone who attends is welcome, half of which will go towards TJSL clinics and the other half will go towards the 2014 class gift. Come support your professors and peers, and enjoy the diverse talents among our law school community. Director of Facilities Dennis Sable plays in a folk band and will be performing a song solo.


This is a fun way to showcase your talents and show your support for the members of our TJSL community. Professors Steve Berenson, Jeff Slattery, Kaimipono Wenger, and Steve Semeraro are in a band called The Innocent Bystanders and will perform four songs at the end of the talent show.



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