A Pattern of Violence: How the Law Classifies Crime and What It Means for Justice
On April 12 (4:30 PM Pacific Time/7:30 PM Eastern Time), the Stanford Criminal Justice Center, Stanford Center for Comparative Studies on Race and Ethnicity, and Stanford Law School are hosting an interactive panel to discuss A Pattern of Violence: How the Law Classifies Crime and What It Means for Justice, a book by former federal prosecutor David Alan Sklansky of Stanford Law School.
The virtual discussion will include comments from attorney and restorative justice practitioner sujatha baliga, Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar of the California Supreme Court, Adam Serwer of The Atlantic, as well as Sklansky. Stanford Law School Professor Rabia Belt will moderate the discussion.
Registration is free for this event.
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