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Decolonizing Justice

Dear Justice Community Colleagues,


We are pleased to invite you to “Decolonizing Justice: Advancing Community-Grown Justice Solutions,” a week-long series of free online conversations, panels and interactive workshops centered on legal empowerment and community-based justice strategies in the US. This gathering will create space for critical thinking, discussion and visioning approaches to people-centered justice, fostering equity and inclusion, and democratizing the law that elevate and grow local legal knowledge, capacity and power in communities at a time of transformative change.


When: November 16 - 20, 2020 | Sessions will take place between approx. 10am - 1:30pm PST / 1pm - 4:30 pm EST each day

Where: Online via Zoom

Tentative agenda and RSVP: https://decolonizingjustice.splashthat.com

Pre-registration is free and currently open. To receive agenda updates, please RSVP above.

Each day will be centered on a key theme, including:


· Beyond Legal Aid: Legal Empowerment and Community-Based Justice

· Democratizing the Law: Regulatory Reform and Roles Beyond Lawyers

· Community-Grown Research, Education and Data Strategies

· Design and Technology Strategies to Advance Community-Centered Justice

· Bringing Justice Home: Envisioning Just Futures


Confirmed speakers to date include:


· Chris Albin-Lackey, National Center for Access to Justice

· David Rodríguez-Andino, Ayuda Legal Puerto Rico

· Ariadna Godreau-Aubert, Ayuda Legal Puerto Rico

· Matthew Burnett, Open Society Justice Initiative

· Rodrigo Camarena, Immigration Advocates Network

· Georges Clement, JustFix.nyc

· Liz Medicine Crow, First Alaskans Institute

· Marika Dias, Urban Justice Center

· Sukti Dhital, Bernstein Institute for Human Rights at NYU School of Law

· Bridget Gramme, Center for Public Interest Law, University of San Diego School of Law

· Alana Greer, Community Justice Project

· Cristobal Gutierrez, Make the Road New York

· Lam Ho, Beyond Legal Aid

· Katie Lam, Pro Bono Net

· Vivek Maru, Namati

· Will Morrison, Law Society of Ontario

· Nikole Nelson, Alaska Legal Services Corporation

· José R. Padilla, California Rural Legal Assistance

· Rohan Pavuluri, Upsolve

· Jhody Polk, Legal Empowerment & Advocacy Hub (L.E.A.H.)

· Jim Sandman, Future of the Profession Initiative at University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School and President Emeritus, Legal Services Corporation

· Dr. Rebecca Sandefur, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University

· David Udell, National Center for Access to Justice

· Eric Vang, Alaska Legal Services Corporation


The steering committee for this event includes Ayuda Legal Puerto Rico, Alaska Legal Services Corporation, Pro Bono Net and the Open Society Justice Initiative. Participating organizations include: National Center for Access to Justice, Namati, the Bernstein Institute for Human Rights at NYU, Beyond Legal Aid, California Rural Legal Assistance, Center for Public Interest Law - University of San Diego School of Law, Community Justice Project, JustFix.nyc, Immigration Advocates Network, Law Society of Ontario, Upsolve and others.


For more information or questions, please contact Jennie Rose Halperin, jrhalperin@probono.net or Liz Keith, lkeith@probono.net, or visit https://decolonizingjustice.splashthat.com.


We hope you can join us! Please feel free to share with others in your program who may be interested.

Liz

Liz Keith

Program Director Pro Bono Net

lkeith@probono.net | 415-779-2806

probono.net | connectingjusticecommunities.com

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