The Justice Roundtable calendar features its meetings and events, in addition to relevant Capitol Hill briefings and hearings, and partner and affiliate workshops, trainings, conferences, and other events.
Please join The Due Process Institute on Friday, September 21 from 8-10 am for a seated breakfast at The Willard in Washington, DC to hear leading Supreme Court litigators Jeffrey L. Fisher andErin E. Murphy discuss the criminal law docket of the 2018-19 term.Find out more »
The Corrections Information Council (CIC) and the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia (PDS) invite you to the 2018 DC Prisoner and Reentry Symposium: Envisioning a New Jail. The purpose of this symposium is to provide information to the community and criminal justice stakeholders who will later be actively engaged in the discussion and planning around a new jail for the District of Columbia.Find out more »
Last year, the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, the Center for American Progress, and the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation co-hosted the first Smart on Crime Innovations Conference. The 2017 conference was a nonpartisan, public statement proving that the momentum for criminal justice reform will continue in the face of outdated “tough on crime” policies. The 2018 Smart on Crime Innovations Conference will emphasize the need to maintain a commitment to criminal justice reform and tackle the unexplored and difficult questions that must…Find out more »
The Marshall Project presents a new monthly series: “What’s the Story?” is a new monthly speaker series, hosted by The Marshall Project, featuring prominent Americans as they explore how they create and disrupt narratives around criminal justice. The series' first breakfast convening will feature Sherrilyn Ifill in conversation with Grover Norquist. Moderated by Bill Keller, Editor of The Marshall Project, and featuring an introduction by Weldon Angelos. Sherrilyn Ifill is the President and Director-Counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and…Find out more »
This convening culminates the work of Vera’s Reimagining Prison Project, launched in June 2016 at historic Eastern State Penitentiary, with the goal of transforming the how, what and why of incarceration in this country in pursuit of a dramatically smaller correctional system that places human dignity at its philosophical and operational core.Find out more »
On October 10th - in an event simulcast from both New York City and Cheshire Correctional Institution - advocates, people who are or have been incarcerated, corrections leaders and staff, policymakers and others will come together to culminate the Reimagining Prison Project. A full list of confirmed participants to date can be found here. Registration opens today. We expect a large crowd so please RSVP as soon as possible.Find out more »