Atlanta Event on Principles of the Law, Policing
Joseph R. Bankoff of the Georgia Institute of Technology, Dorothy Toth Beasley of the George Court of Appeals, and James Cecil Nobles Jr. of James Nobles LLC organized an event to discuss the recently completed Principles of the Law, Policing project.
At the Atlanta, Georgia event, Beasley gave opening remarks, which were followed by a presentation by Reporter Barry Friedman of New York University School of Law to ALI members and law enforcement officials. The event concluded with a Q&A.
Principles of the Law, Policing was approved at the 2022 Annual Meeting.
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