Ed Rutkowski wearing Football Jersey

On Tuesday, October 28, 2014, the Robert H. Jackson Center will welcome Ed Rutkowski, former Buffalo Bill and Erie County Executive to its fall continuing legal education seminar titled “Tinkering with the Law.” The featured speaker at the luncheon which immediately follows the seminar, Mr. Rutkowski will recall some of his most memorable career moments during an interview with Greg Peterson, Jackson Center co-founder and board member.

After playing college football at Notre Dame, Ed Rutkowski signed with the Buffalo Bills in 1963. During his six seasons in Buffalo Mr. Rutkowski played a variety of positions including backup quarterback, defensive back, wide receiver, punt and kickoff return man. He was named an AFL All-Star in 1965 and played with the Bills through two AFL Championships in 1964 and 1965.

An active member of the Buffalo Bills Alumni Association, Mr. Rutkowski was awarded the Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Distinguished Service Award in 1998. After retiring from football, Mr. Rutkowski launched a successful political campaign and served as Erie County Executive from 1979-1987.

The continuing legal education seminar and luncheon are offered free of charge. Seating is limited and advance registration is required. For more information, please contact The Robert H. Jackson Center at (716) 483-6646 or e-mail info@roberthjackson.org.