Upcoming Criminal Justice Events Around NYC

One of the advantages of going to school in New York City is there are more events to attend than any one person knows what to do with. Here are a few events happening beyond the law school over the next couple of weeks:

“Voices from Inside America’s Mass System of Punishment: The Freeing Power of Higher Education,” a lecture by Reverend Vivian Nixon
Tuesday, March 7
Low Library at Columbia University
Free, but registration is required
Register here

“High Price,” a book discussion with Dr. Carl Hart
Wednesday, March 8
200c Schermerhorn Hall (Columbia Dept of Psychology)
1190 Amsterdam Avenue
No registration required, but the website suggests that attendance “only if you have read or are familiar with Dr. Hart’s work and are willing to voluntarily engage in discussion.”
More information

“Ghettoside: A True Story of Murder In America,” a book talk with LA Times reporter Jill Leovy and James Burnett, executive director of The Trace
Monday, March 13
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
524 W. 59th Street
More information

The History and Future of Criminal Justice Reform in New York City
Wednesday, March 22nd
The Graduate Center, CUNY
Elebash Recital Hall​ (Ground Floor)
More information

Have a criminal justice event you’d like us to put on the blog? Email shane.ferro@columbia.edu.

Bail Applications

Tuesday March 7, 2017
6:30 pm
NYU Law VH 220
(Vanderbilt Hall, Room 216, 40 Washington Square South, between MacDougal and Sullivan Streets)

Jane is a Staff Attorney at The Innocence Project. Previously, Jane worked at The Bronx Defenders five years, as both a Staff Attorney and a Supervising Attorney.
She is a 2011 graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, and a 2008 alum of Columbia University.

This event is co-sponsored with the Defender Collective of NYU Law School.
Light appetizers will be served.

Please email pdscls@law.columbia.edu with the subject line “RSVP”