July 31, 2017, “Criminal Justice, Poverty, and Race”
Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia
Marshall Hall, Center for Leadership and Ethics
The annual symposium invites educators from Consortium Member-Colleges and beyond to learn about and discuss current research and best practices for courses, co-curricular engagement, and agencies.
|7:45am||Registration – Coffee and Light Breakfast for general attendees and SHECP Faculty & Staff|
|7:15am||INTERNS – breakfast at Washington and Lee University – Marketplace, until 8:10 am|
|8:25am||Welcome, Brigadier General Jeffrey G. Smith, U.S. Army (retired), Dean of the Faculty, Virginia Military Institute|
|8:30am||Just Policing- Paul Butler, Former US Prosecutor, author of “Chokehold: Policing Black Men.” Introduction by Harlan Beckley, Executive Director, SHECP|
|9:30am||Just Prosecution, Defense, and Sentencing- James Forman Jr., Visiting Professor at Stanford Law School, author of “Locking Up Our Own”|
|10:30am||Questions and Discussion|
|11:00am||Short Break – Coffee|
|11:20am||Re-entry for Dignity and a “Productive” Life- Robin Steinberg, Visiting Professor at Columbia Law School; founder of Bronx Defenders. Introduction by J.D. King, Clinical Professor of Law, Washington and Lee School of Law|
|12:20pm||Lunch with discussion|
|1:30pm||Panel Discussion and Questions from Table Conveners – Moderated by Sarah Farmer (Berea College 2005), Research Fellow, Yale Law School|
|2:30pm||Time for Goodbyes – Departure|
|3:00pm||Interns check out of dorms at W&L and depart internship and Lexington|
The 2017 Frueauff Closing Conference for Intern Reports, takes place on Sunday, 30 July.
SHECP Faculty/Staff Meetings and Workshops take place on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, in conjunction with these conferences.