The Future of Criminal Law?
The Robina Institute posed this question to a group of scholars, practitioners, and policy makers challenging them to envision a key reform that they believe could transform the criminal justice system. Ten experts. Ten Proposals. Fifteen minutes each. Join us on Thursday, April 24, 2014, at the Humphrey School for Public Affairs as we imagine what could be the future of criminal law.
This event is free and open to the public, registration is strongly encouraged.
6.25 Minnesota Continuing Legal Education Credits (CLE) have been approved.
|THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 2014
|8:00 am||Breakfast available in Humphrey Atrium|
|David Wippman, Dean of the Law School
Kelly Mitchell, Executive Director of the Robina Institute
|9:15—10:30 am||Session 1|
|“Juvenile Intervention and Racial Disparities in the Criminal Justice System”
|“Decriminalizing Victims of Sex Trafficking”
|10:45—12:00 pm||Session 2|
|“Collateral Consequences, Are We Better or Worse in 2014?”
Hon. Pam Alexander
|“Recasting Civic Policing: Beyond ‘Peelian’ Principles”
|12:00—1:00 pm||Lunch in Humphrey Atrium|
|1:00—2:15 pm||Session 3|
|“Pretrial Detention and Supervision”
|“Forward to the Past — Judges and Pretrial Investigation”
|2:30—3:45 pm||Session 4|
|“No One Defends the Status Quo”
|“The Persistence of Drug Prohibition”
|3:45—5:00 pm||Session 5|
|“Curtailing Coercion in Plea Bargaining”
|“Republicanism, Policing, and Race”
|5:00 pm||Reception in Humphrey Atrium|