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Race and the Law Symposium

31 Jan 2020

Race and the Law Symposium

9:00am - 5:00pm

Chase Center

Re-Imagining Criminal Justice in the 21st Century

Join us for a panel of prosecutors, criminal defense attorneys, criminal justice reformers, and restorative justice practitioners as they discuss new approaches to the criminal justice system.

Keynote Speakers:

TJ Donovan, Vermont Attorney General
Tiffany Cabán, National Political Organizer for the Working Families Party

Guest Panelists:

Anton Robinson, Senior Planner, Vera Institute of Justice, New York, N.Y.
Sia Henry, Senior Program Associate, Impact Justice, Oakland, Calif.
Robert Appel, Criminal Defense Attorney, Burlington, Vt.
Captain Garry Scott, Director of Fair and Impartial Policing and Community Affairs, Vermont State Police
Myriam Feliz, Supervisor, Chelsea District Court
Mark Hughes, Activist, The Vermont Racial Justice Institute, Burlington, Vt.
Willa Farrell, Director, Court Diversion and Pretrial Services, Vermont Attorney General's Office
Eric Gonzalez, Brooklyn District Attorney

Moderators:

Professor Mark Latham
Professor Robert Sand

Watch Live: vermontlaw.edu/live
Register to Attend: ratl.eventbrite.com

Race and the Law Symposium, Vermont Law School, 2020

Questions? Concerns? Contact Carla Usher at CarlaUsher@vermontlaw.edu