Conversations on Justice: Envisioning the Next 25 Years of Criminal Justice Reform
Open Society Foundations’ Conversations on Justice hosts a conversation about the future of criminal justice reform as discussed in the Sentencing Project’s new publication, To Build a Better Criminal Justice System: 25 Experts Envision the Next 25 Years of Reform.

March 2, 2012

Conversations on Justice: Envisioning the Next 25 Years of Criminal Justice Reform

Wednesday, March 28th, 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m
1730 Pennsylvania Avenue, 7th Floor
Washington, DC 20006
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Conversations on Justice, a public education series of the Open Society Foundations’ Justice Roundtable, hosts the launch of a new publication by The Sentencing Project, To Build a Better Criminal Justice System: 25 Experts Envision the Next 25 Years of Reform. The publication grows out of the recent 25-year anniversary of The Sentencing Project, during which the organization invited scholars, policy advocates, and others to contribute essays on goals and strategies for long-term reform. The panel discussion will include five contributors to the publication.

Panelists:

  • Paul Butler, Professor, George Washington University Law School
  • Seema Gajwani, Program Officer for Criminal Justice, Public Welfare Foundation
  • Marie Gottschalk, Professor, University of Pennsylvania
  • Vanita Gupta, Director, ACLU Center for Justice and Deputy Legal Director
  • Glenn Martin, Director, David Rothenberg Center for Public Policy, The Fortune Society
  • Marc Mauer, Executive Director, The Sentencing Project (moderator)

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