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Elimination of Bias: Seeing Juveniles with Justice
Presented by The Legal Rights Center and Robins Kaplan LLP
January 24, 2020
800 LaSalle Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55402
This complimentary CLE will examine themes from the Netflix miniseries When They See Us about the Exonerated Five (also known as the wrongfully convicted Central Park Five) and explore bias in Minnesota’s juvenile justice system. We will be joined by the film’s co-producer and first assistant director, H.H. Cooper, as well as an outstanding panel of juvenile justice experts. There will be a reception following the program.
1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Introduction to the Legal Rights Center’s 50 Year History of Confronting Bias
1:30 p.m. – 1:45 pm.
Michael Friedman, Executive Director, Legal Rights Center
Bias in Central Park: A Personal Story
1:45 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
H.H. Cooper, Co-Producer and First Assistant Director, When They See Us
When They See Us: Exploring Bias in Minnesota’s Juvenile Justice System
2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Associate Director (Robins Kaplan LLP Fellow)
The Legal Rights Center
Judge Pamela Alexander (Ret.)
Ramsey County Attorney
Ramsey County, MN
Hennepin County, District 4
Co-Producer and First Assistant Director
When They See Us
Smart Justice Field Organizer
Sarah Davis, Esq.
The Legal Rights Center
MN Department of Corrections
This course has been approved with the Minnesota State Board of Continuing Legal Education for 2.0 Elimination of Bias credits (Event Code 285153).
Questions? Contact Christine Berndt at CBerndt@RobinsKaplan.com or 612.349.8404.
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