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Past Conferences


2017: Mass Incarceration: Mercy Matters Conference

Mass Incarceration

June 13, 2017

Fordham Law School
150 W.62nd Street
New York, NY 10023

Conference Program

Conference Materials:

Mass Incarceration and The Effect On the Community Session

The Rikers Report: Reversing The Criminalization of Poverty

Prosecution of Cases, Racial Bias, and Efforts to Reform The Prison System

Additional Articles and Prisoner Resources Directory.

National Resource Center on Justice Involved Women, Ten Truths, Executive Summary

National Resource Center Justice Involved Women, Ten Truths, Report

 

2015: 27th Annual Meeting of the National Consortium on Racial and Ethnic Fairness in the Courts Conference

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Conference agenda

Conference speakers and biographies (zip file)

Conference materials (zip file)

Conference sponsors

 

2010 Conference: Race, Law and the Courts: Framing the Discussion For a Post Racial America.

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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

New York Law School
185 West Broadway, NYC 10013  
Free Registration

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Profiles of Speakers, Panelists & Moderators

 

2008 Conference: Innovative Strategies to Nullify Gang Violence in Our Communities

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November 18, Judicial Institute, White Plains, NY

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Conference Invitation and Description

 

2007 Conference: 19th Annual Meeting of the National Consortium on Racial and Ethnic Fairness in the Courts.

Go to Conference BrochurePhotos from the May 2007 Conference of the National Consortium on Racial and Ethnic Fairness

The September 18, 2006 conference focused on strategies to reduce the disproportionate number of minorities in the foster care and juvenile justice system.

2006 Conference: The Disproportionate Number of Minority Youth in the Family and Criminal Court Systems.

Go to Conference Brochureconference attendees at table

The September 18, 2006 conference focused on strategies to reduce the disproportionate number of minorities in the foster care and juvenile justice system.

2005/2004 Leadership Development Conference

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