Please join us on May 16, 2017, the day after the 50th anniversary of In re Gault and our Gala commemoration (more details to come), for an important symposium on race and juvenile justice at Georgetown Law. The symposium, hosted by the Georgetown Law Juvenile Justice Clinic and NJDC, is entitled “The Right to Remain Children: Race and Juvenile Justice 50 Years after Gault.”
The symposium will be an interdisciplinary workshop for juvenile justice stakeholders that will provide attendees with concrete strategies to address and overcome racial disparities in juvenile court. Speakers will include prosecutors, probation officers, forensic evaluators, judges, defenders and youth who wish to confront racial injustice in the juvenile justice system.
For more information about the symposium, please visit Georgetown Law Juvenile Justice Clinic’s website.
Please register for the symposium here.
We hope you will join us for both the Gala and the symposium!Register Now