sponsored by the Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice
Friday, March 18, 2011 Millhiser Moot Court Room
3/18/2011 - Race and the Criminal Justice System - Panel 2 VideoAudio
The second symposium panel focused on the impact of the drug war on minority communities. Panelists include Prof. Erik Luna of W&L Law, Prof. Joseph Kennedy of the University of North Carolina School of Law, and Prof. Ron Bacigal of the University of Richmond School of Law.
3/18/2011 - Race and the Criminal Justice System - Panel 1 VideoAudio
The first symposium panel focused on race and traffic stops. Panelists include Aaron Haas, Oliver Hill Fellow at W&L Law, and Prof. Kami Chavis Simmons of Wake Forest University.
3/18/2011 - Race and the Criminal Justice System - Keynote Address VideoAudio
The JCRSJ symposium keynote address was delivered by David Baugh, a capital defender with the Virginia Indigent Defense Commission. His speech is titled "Structured Disenfranchisement of African Americans by the Criminal Justice System."