The Justice Roundtable: A Decade of Advocacy for Criminal Justice Reform Congressional Briefing
The Open Society Policy Center and the Open Society Foundations co-hosts a Congressional Briefing on the past 10 years of Justice Roundtable advocacy and criminal justice reform looking ahead.

September 28, 2012

The Justice Roundtable: A Decade of Advocacy for Criminal Justice Reform Congressional Briefing

To celebrate 10 Years of successful criminal justice reform, The Justice Roundtable will host a panel discussion reflecting on the past decade and looking toward the next 10 years of advocacy. 

Thursday, October 4th, 2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2237
Washington, DC
RSVP here

 

Panelists:

Nicole Austin-Hillery – Director and Counsel, The Brennan Center for Justice

Vanita Gupta – Deputy Legal Director, American Civil Liberties Union

Marc Mauer – Executive Director, The Sentencing Project

Hilary O. Shelton – Washington Bureau Director and Senior Vice President for Advocacy, NAACP

Jeffrey Robinson (Moderator) – Associate Director-Counsel for Programs and Administration, NAACP-Legal Defense and Educational Fund

 

“The Justice Roundtable is a diverse coalition of over 50 national organizations working to reform the U.S. Justice system. The Roundtable amplifies the capacity to these groups by coordinating key legislative and advocacy efforts through the working groups, convening quarterly assembly meetings, and hosting a public policy discussion series.”

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