Rebecca Ford Launches Inaugural Movie Review Column in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
Rebecca L. Ford is the new film critic for the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. Her column was launched with a review of the film Loving, based on the 1967 US Supreme Court case, Loving v. Virginia and will appear in the paper weekly in the “Non-Billable Hours” section.
Ms. Ford, a former theater critic for the Chicago Reader and entertainment critic for the New York Law Bulletin, has also written for the Chicago Tribune, The Milken Institute Review, The Chicago Reader and The American Lawyer. Ms. Ford is the former Executive Vice President for Litigation and Intellectual Property at MGM movie studio.
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'Fences' Makes Graceful Leap From Stage to Screen
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