Distinguished Lecture Series on Current Issues “Restorative Justice”
Massey Campus, McAlpin Fine Arts Center (Building T) View Directions to the Venue View Venue Weather View Venue Profile
Fort Pierce, FL 34981
Kate Bradford, Esq. is an Associate Professor for the IRSC Criminal Justice program. Kate started her professional life as a criminal defense attorney and spent a decade litigating from misdemeanors to capital cases. Her presentation focuses on the concept of restorative justice and its current application in our court systems. Restorative justice is the theory of punishment that seeks to repair the harm done by an offender through reconciliation and mediation. While not a new theory, there has been limited application in our current criminal justice system. Kate discusses why this might be and what implementation might look like for us.
Live simulcast subscriptions also available.
The series is $150 for new and returning members. Lifetime members and peer leaders can subscribe for $100.
Individual tickets are $35.
Thursday, December 09, 2021
Contact:Fielden Institute for Lifelong Learning
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