Inclusive Excellence Leadership Series Program #5: "A Dialogue on How Certain Racialized Legal Issues Affect Legal Communities and Communities of Color "

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When Wednesday, February 7, 2018
12:00 PM - 12:50 PM
Location Room 304
For Faculty; Staff; Students; Alumni
Cost 0

Remember the Philando Castile verdict? Our speakers will discuss how certain racialized legal issues (policing, immigration, and other civil rights issues) affect the legal community and communities of color? They will discuss what lawyers can do to address these issues both in the legal system and as community builders. This will be an interactive discussion, so we also invite attendees to feel free to share any experiences or concerns they have regarding race issues in a safe space. And as always, intersectionality is at the crux of these discussions, so the conversation is not limited to race. Sandwiches will be served to those who RSVP to by Thursday, February 1, 2018.

This program is supported by APALSA, BLSA, LLSA, NALSA, and OUTLaw. We thank the law firm of Butler Snow, LLP for generously sponsoring the lunches for each of these IELS programs.

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Contact SuSaNi Harris
Sponsored By The Law firm of Butler Snow has graciously offered to sponsor the lunches for each of these IELS Programs.
Moderated By Helen Oh (Class of 2019)
Speakers Jason St. Julien [Assist. U.S. Atty. Dist. of Colo.] and Arash Jahanian [Staff Attorney for the ACLU of Colorado]