University Of Saint Joseph To Host “Breaking The Mold:” A Symposium On Criminal Justice Reform
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The University of Saint Joseph (USJ) will hold the first installment of “Breaking the Mold:” A Symposium Series on Criminal Justice Reform on Friday, Sept. 30, 2016 from 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. The event will take place on the University’s West Hartford Campus, located at 1678 Asylum Ave., in the Crystal Room, Mercy Hall.
The symposium, which showcases the role of restorative justice in the reform movement, will introduce USJ’s new major in Criminal/Restorative Justice, led by Kathleen M. Mullin, Esq. Panelists for the event will include: Christopher Pisciotta, Esq., attorney-in-charge at Legal Aid Society, Staten Island bureau; Diane Sierpina, director of justice initiatives at the Tow Foundation; Emily Galvin, Esq. from the Bronx Defenders; and Tracey-Anne Robinson, M.A., LPC, assistant visiting professor of USJ.
This event is free of charge. To register, please visit: https://giving.usj.edu/breakingthemold.