2013 Criminal Justice Convocation

The Future of Justice: Examining the Intersection of Crime, Law, and Social Justice

October 15, 2013, at 1:30 p.m.
Ballroom in the University Union

Join us for a lively discussion by a panel of local leaders in the field of criminal justice on the theme of Examining the Intersection of Crime, Law, and Social Justice.

Keynote Speaker: Katherine Irwin, Professor of Sociology at University of Hawaii at Manoa.

1:00 pm – Student Poster session

1:30 pm –  Opening remarks and Keynote lecture

2:30 pm – Panel discussion with local justice leaders

4:00 pm – Reception following keynote lecture

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2012 Criminal Justice Convocation

The Future of Justice: Building Leaders for a Global Community

Keynote Speaker: Franklin Zimring, William G. Simon Professor of Law, and Chair of the Criminal Justice Research Program at the University of California, Berkeley.  Professor Zimring has specialized for four decades in the empirical study of legal institutions and the assessment of the behavioral impacts of legal regulation.

Part I: Opening panel with local criminal justice leaders

Part II:  Keynote lecture

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