Session 396: RS240 -> The Future of Criminal Justice
Time: 9:30AM to 12:10 PM on Friday, November 15
Place: Adams
Session Chair: Barry Weisberg, Violence Prevention Peace Promotion Strat
Session Chair: Randolph S. Stone, University of Chicago Law School
Introduction: What is Justice and Why Do We Want it?
by: Barry Weisberg, Violence Prevention Peace Promotion Strat
Randolph S. Stone, University of Chicago Law School (Corresponding)
The Future of Justice for Children and Youth
by: Bernadine Dohrn, Northwestern University School of Law (Corresponding)
The Future of Justice for Women
by: Beth Ritchie, University of Illinois (Corresponding)
The Future of Equal Justice for African Americans
by: Randolph S. Stone, University of Chicago Law School (Corresponding)
The Future of the Criminal Court
by: Judge Paul P. Biebel, Jr., Circuit Court of Cook County (Corresponding)
Impact of State (Illinois) Justice Policy on Cook County
by: Arthur L. Turner, Illinois State Representive, 9th District (Corresponding)
Impact of Federal Justice Policy on Cook County and Illinois
by: Richard J. Durban (Corresponding)
The Future of Community Justice
by: Barry Weisberg, Violence Prevention Peace Promotion Strat (Corresponding)
The Future of Equal Justice for Latinos
by: TBA TBA (Corresponding)

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