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Criminal Justice Section: Alternative Dispute Resolution and Restorative Justice Committee

Criminal Justice Section:
Alternative Dispute Resolution and Restorative Justice Committee

About the Committee

Welcome to the ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND RESTORATIVE JUSTICE COMMITTEE. This Committee examines mediation and other dispute resolution techniques as alternatives to the criminal justice system. The Committee also studies processes that repair the harm caused or revealed by criminal behavior that include all stakeholders in a process of transforming the traditional relationship between communities and their governments in responding to crime.


Issues of Interest:

-- Youth court programs

-- Restorative justice on college campuses

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      Combating Bias and Increasing Inclusion in the Legal Profession


      The event will be held on 03/28/2017. The format is Web. The event sponsor(s) are Commission on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity,Commission on Homelessness and Poverty,Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs,Commission on Law and Aging,Commission on Disability Rights,Center for Professional Development,Criminal Justice Section,Commission on Women In the Profession,Section of Dispute Resolution,Law Practice Division,Section of Family Law,Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division,Center for Human Rights,Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice,Section of Legal Edu. The event has 1.50 CLE Credits .

      CJS and PwC Hong Kong: Investigations & Compliance Conference


      Global Investigations and Compliance: From Regulatory Trends to Leveraging Innovation and Technology APRIL 5, 2017 Event Location : PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting Hong Kong Ltd. 21/F Edinburgh Tower, The Landmark 15 Queen's Road Central Central Hong Kong, Hong Kong, ...

      Hate Violence is Spiking in America - An ABA CJS Program


      Hate Violence is Spiking in America: How Congress and the Legal Community Are Responding America has seen a striking rise in hate crimes over the last six months, primarily against the Muslim, Jewish, and Sikh communities. Individuals have been harassed, physically assaulted, ...


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