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Obtaining Justice in a Right-Leaning World
Date Thursday February 15
Time 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location Details
New College of California School of Law
Room 212
50 Fell Street (between Van Ness and Market)
San Francisco
Event Type Panel Discussion
Organizer/AuthorBryndis Tobin
Not just Racial Justice, but Justice for All!

The New College of California School of Law chapter of the National Black Law Students Association is proud to present a lively panel discussion on the topic "Obtaining Justice in a Right-Leaning World" with prominent African-American attorneys actively working for justice:

Darryl J. Billups
Criminal Defense Attorney
Former Senior Trial Deputy District Attorney, Alameda County

Aundre Herron
Attorney, California Appellate Project
Member of the Board of Directors, Death Penalty Focus
Former Board Member, ACLU-NC

Steven A. Royston
Professor in Residence
New College of California School of Law
former Associate and General Counsel for the Oakland Unified School District and former Legal Counsel for the Sacramento City Unified School District

Tony West
Partner, Morrison Foerster
Member, Hastings College of the Law Board of Directors
Former California Special Assistant Attorney General, Assistant United States Attorney and a senior U.S. Department of Justice Aide

From 6-8PM, panel members will answer a series of previously submitted questions and then the moderator will call for questions from the audience. An informal meet-and-greet will follow.

The event is free and wheelchair-accessible.
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