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Volume 104 Symposium

November 20, 2015
9:00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.
Hart Auditorium

Police/State

Race, Power, & Control

Featuring a Keynote Address by Professor Paul Butler and panels on:

Policing "Second-Class" Citizens
Chaired by Professors Jeffrey Fagan and Elliot Ash

Intersectionality in the Police State
Chaired by Professors Richard Delgado and Jean Stefanic

Demographic Diversity and Institutional Racism
Chaired by Professor Devon Carbado

Technology and Police Accountability
Chaired by Professor Jocelyn Simonson

With an Introductory Address by Professor Allegra McLeod

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This symposium will engage in a discussion about the long-brewing crisis of policing in America that has pivoted to the forefront of social and legal discourse over the past year. The four panels intend to cover both the causes and possible solutions to the issue of police conduct and accountability. The Georgetown Law Journal will publish the scholarship arising from this symposium in Volume 104, Issue 6 –expected in print by Summer 2016. To purchase a subscription to Volume 104, please visit our subscriptions page.

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