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The Collateral Consequences of Incarceration
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The District of Columbia has approximately 660,000 residents. An estimated 60,000, nearly 10%, have a criminal history. Join us to discuss reforms that could break a cycle that prevents residents from becoming self-supporting citizens.

When: Monday, February 2
7-10 PM
Where: Moot Court Room, 5th Floor
4340 Connecticut Ave., NW
Washington, District of Columbia  20008
United States
Presenter: UDC David A. Clarke School of Law
Contact: Dr. Edwina Dorch
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Probation, Parole, Criminal Record

The Collateral Consequences of Being Imprisoned


Monday, February 2, 2015


7- 10 PM


Opening Speaker

Shelley Broderick
Dean and Professor of Law



Andy Shallal, Proprietor, Busboys and Poets 

Guest Speakers

Former DC Councilmember, Tommy Wells

Chair of the Committee on the Judiciary & Public Safety, 2010-2014


DC Councilmember David Grosso


Teresa Hodges, returning citizen


 Prof. Edwina Dorch, Criminal Justice Department, UDC

Deborah M. Golden, Project Director, Washington Lawyers Committee


Jared Ball, Professor, Communication Studies, Morgan State University


Reverend Kelly Wilkins

 Co-Sponsored by The Institute for Policy Studies  

and People Demanding Action

University of the District of Columbia

David A. Clarke School of Law

Building 52 / Moot Court 5th Floor

4340 Connecticut Avenue, N.W.

Washington, DC 20008


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