Mayor David Miller will deliver the tenth annual Keith Davey Lecture at Victoria University on Thursday, March 30 at 4:30 p.m. in the Isabel Bader Theatre, 93 Charles St. W.

David Miller, the mayor of the City of Toronto since 2003, is a graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. Before first running for public office in 1994, he was a partner in the Toronto law firm Aird & Berlis, where he specialized in employment and immigration law and shareholder rights.

The 2006 Keith Davey Lecture is part of a series of free public lectures established by friends and colleagues of Senator Keith Davey, a graduate of Victoria College.

Free admission and general seating only. A public reception will follow in the A.B.B. Moore Foyer of the Victoria College Building (Old Vic).

The Keith Davey Lecture series was established by friends and colleagues, to honour Senator Davey, a 1949 Victoria College graduate, upon his retirement from the Senate. The lectures are published by University of Toronto Press in association with Victoria University.

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