"Reimagining the Criminal Justice System"


Add to My Calendar Friday, February 22, 2019 9:00am


UCLA School of Law
385 Charles E. Young Drive East
1242 Law Building
Los Angeles, CA 90095

On February 22nd, 2019, join Center for Constitutional Rights executive director, Vincent Warren, as he gives the keynote speech at "Reimagining the Criminal Justice System," a one-day symposium hosted by the Criminal Justice Program and the Criminal Justice Law Review at UCLA School of Law.  

This symposium will explore the problems with the criminal legal system:

While the problems are always present, they have captured more prominent national attention over the past five years. This has led to a vast array of proposed policies, legislation, and community-led solutions. While all of these proposed solutions may rest on the premise that change is necessary, they do not always agree on what that change should look like, what the ideal outcome is, and who should be involved in the change process. This symposium will bring together the diverse perspectives of activists, legal practitioners, formerly incarcerated people, crime survivors, and systems actors to dive into these questions and discuss together the way forward for the criminal legal system.

To RSVP and for more information, visit the symposium web page

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January 29, 2019