Fans of Clarence Darrow will gather to remember the Hyde Park attorney just east of the bridge named in his honor behind the Museum of Science and Industry in Jackson Park.

After a wreath tossing, author Robert Burns will talk about the invention of the trial as part of the development of the justice system as one of public culture's greatest achievements.

Artifacts from Darrow's life from the collection of the late comedic actor Leslie Nielsen will also be on display.