Join us at the Santa Clara Law Racial Justice Symposium, co-hosted by the Santa Clara Law Review, Center for Social Justice and Public Service, and the Northern California Innocence Project. Experts, researchers, litigators, and judges will cover topics including the importance of historical narratives that have fueled racial disparities, biases, and discriminatory language in our communities, litigation strategies, the impact of implicit biases in our criminal legal system, and the reach of remedies to confront racism in the spirit of the RJA. The founders and staff of the Racial Justice Clinic at the University of San Francisco will provide a lunchtime keynote aimed to inspire confidence that California’s Racial Justice Act will achieve the goals our state legislature and Assembly member Kalra sought to address.
CLE credits such as elimination of bias will be available!
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RSVP Link here – https://mysantaclara.scu.edu/LAW/Law_Review_Symposium
- March 1
9:30 am - 5:00 pm
- Event Categories:
- Social Justice, Symposiums