THE Eugene Dupuch Law School, in conjunction with Dupuch and Turnquest & Co., counsel and attorneys-at-law, has announced the 4th Annual Eugene Dupuch Distinguished Lecture. The Eugene Dupuch Distinguished Lecture is intended to provide a forum for the scholarly discussion of topical jurisprudential matters that are of interest to the legal profession and civil society. Distinguished lecturers are drawn from the legal fraternity in The Bahamas and the Caribbean and the speakers are persons who have excelled in various areas of the law. The 2012 Distinguished Lecture will be presented by Mr. Thomas Evans, QC, on Wednesday, March 28, at 6:30 p.m. at the Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort. The topic of Mr. Evans' lecture is "The Law and Social Change: A Look at Legal Reform in The Bahamas." For the fourth consecutive year, the Distinguished Lecture is co-sponsored by the law firm of Dupuch and Turnquest & Co. Both the Eugene Dupuch Law School and Dupuch and Turnquest & Co. are excited about the scholarly information that Mr. Evans will share with the Bahamian society as a whole and more specifically, with the legal community on this very important topic. The lecture is open to the public and is free of charge. The Eugene Dupuch Law School is one of three law schools operated by the Council of Legal Education, where students can obtain post graduate legal education, before being called to the Bar in various Caribbean countries. The other law schools operated by the Council of Legal Education are the Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad & Tobago and the Norman Manley Law School in Jamaica.