Welcome to the official site for the first annual North Carolina Law and Policy Symposium at Duke University, entitled: “Realizing Criminal Justice Reform Together.” The symposium focuses on pressing criminal justice topics such as preventing and rectifying wrongful convictions, reintegration and the pardons system, the “school-to prison pipeline,” post-conviction reforms, and effective legislative advocacy techniques.
An exciting set of events is planned for Thursday and Friday, April 12-13. All events will be held at Duke Law School and the Sanford School of Public Policy, both located on the corner of Towerview and Science Drives on Duke’s campus. Parking will be available at the Bryan Center. Click here for more information on directions and parking.
This student-organized symposium is presented by the Duke Law Innocence Project, the Sanford Criminal Justice Policy Project, the Duke Law Black Law Students Association, the Duke Law Center for Criminal Justice and Professional Responsibility and the Duke Law Center for Law, Race and Politics.