As a North Carolina attorney, you are all too aware of the gross racial and ethnic disparities characterizing the State’s legal system. But do you have the tools in your toolkit to challenge racialized mass incarceration in your individual cases, in the court system, and in your community? At NCAJ’s annual award-winning seminar on addressing racial bias and racial disparities in the criminal justice system, Program Chair James Williams have lined up leading state and national experts who will arm you with the facts, tools, and strategies necessary to advocate for racially just processes and outcomes at critical stages of the criminal process. This seminar will fill up quickly. Reserve Your Spot and Register Today!

Seminar Information
Seminar Date:
February 14, 2020
Seminar Location:
One Eleven Place
Cary, NC
Keynote - Usual Cruelty: The Complicity of Lawyers in the Criminal Injustice System
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Alex Karakatsanis
Overcoming Resistance in the Quest for Racial Justice in NC Courtrooms
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Mani Dexter  [ view bio ]
James Williams  [ view bio ]
Criminalizing Dreamers & Migrants: Representing the Undocumented
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Sejal Zota  [ view bio ]
How are Defense Attorneys Missing Opportunities to Litigate Race: A View from the Bench
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Honorable Louis A. Trosch Jr.  [ view bio ]
Guaranteeing Citizenship & Fair Trials: Batson and Beyond
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Hannah Autry  [ view bio ]
Erica Washington  [ view bio ]
Representing Youthful Offenders: What's Next After Raise the Age?
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LaToya Blackmon Powell  [ view bio ]
Eric Zogry  [ view bio ]
Individual topic purchase: Selected
North Carolina State Bar
General Hours: 5.75
On Demand (Available 3-4 weeks after live program)
NCAJ Member: $300.00
Non-Member: $400.00