Law Journal Symposium - Restorative Justice, Law & Healing

Event date 25 Oct '19 08:30 am - 03:00 pm
Event location University of St. Thomas School of Law • 1101 Harmon Place, Minneapolis, 55403, MN, United States
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The University of St. Thomas Law Journal invites you to attend its Fall Symposium to explore the intersection of restorative justice, law and healing. Join thought leaders and cutting edge practitioners to discuss the healing potential of this rapidly growing and highly topical process. Discussions will touch on restorative justice and the Catholic church abuse crisis, overlap between Restorative Justice and the court system, and trauma, healing and legal practice. Not merely theoretical, the speakers will share their real experiences using restorative justice as a tool for healing for real people. The keynote speaker will be attorney, restorative justice advocate and author Jeanne Bishop and panelists will include Ramsey County Attorney John Choi and Archbishop Bernard Hebda.

A light breakfast and buffet lunch will be served. This event is free. Click on the link in this event posting to register. Application for 5 hours of standard CLE credit pending.

Learn more about the speakers and panelists on the St. Thomas Law Journal website, https://ir.stthomas.edu/ustlj/symposia.html.

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Upcoming in 1 week Add to Calender 2019-10-25 12:30:00 2019-10-25 12:30:00 Law Journal Symposium - Restorative Justice, Law & Healing The University of St. Thomas Law Journal invites you to attend its Fall Symposium to explore the intersection of restorative justice, law and healing. Join thought leaders and cutting edge practitioners to discuss the healing potential of this rapidly growing and highly topical process. Discussions will touch on restorative justice and the Catholic church abuse crisis, overlap between Restorative Justice and the court system, and trauma, healing and legal practice. Not merely theoretical, the speakers will share their real experiences using restorative justice as a tool for healing for real people. The keynote speaker will be attorney, restorative justice advocate and author Jeanne Bishop and panelists will include Ramsey County Attorney John Choi and Archbishop Bernard Hebda. A light breakfast and buffet lunch will be served. This event is free. Click on the link in this event posting to register. Application for 5 hours of standard CLE credit pending. Learn more about the speakers and panelists on the St. Thomas Law Journal website, https://ir.stthomas.edu/ustlj/symposia.html. University of St. Thomas School of Law America/New_York public Racial Justice #restorativejustice