Three UC Hastings journals are coming together to organize an important symposium on incarceration and healthcare, focusing on the COVID-19 prison crisis. We are excited to invite you–details will follow. For now, please SAVE THE DATES!
- Feb. 5, 12-4pm: California Correctional Crisis, Meet COVID-19
- Feb. 12, 12-4pm: Focus on reproductive justice, trans incarcerated people, and special populations
- Feb. 19, 12-4pm: Focus on immigration detention and healthcare
Where? Online (registration details to follow)
The conference will feature amazing speakers: advocates, activists, academics, officials, formerly incarcerated people. Among our confirmed speakers are renown prison historian Prof. Ashley Rubin; prison law expert Prof. Sharon Dolovich, Director of the UCLA COVID-19 Behind Bars Data Project; Adnan Khan, Executive Director of Re:Store Justice; Richard Braucher of the First District Appellate Project, counsel for Ivan Von Staich in the landmark case that resulted in a San Quentin population reduction order.
MCLE Credits for lawyers pending. Please plan on joining us!