ACLU NW Civil Liberties Conference presented by the ACLU of Oregon, L&C Law School ACLU Student Group, and the Oregon Justice Resource Center

2013 ACLU NW Civil Liberties Conference

2013 ACLU NW Civil Liberties Conference

Presented by the ACLU of Oregon, the Lewis & Clark Law School ACLU Student Group, and the Oregon Justice Resource Center.

The fourth annual conference brings together law students, legal professionals and civil libertarians from around the region to explore current civil liberties issues.

Keynote: Mass Incarceration: Race, Justice and Jim Crow (CLE)

Vanita Gupta is Deputy Legal Director of the ACLU and Director of the ACLU’s Center for Justice, which houses the organization’s criminal justice reform, prisoners’ rights, and capital punishment work. She is leading the ACLU’s National Campaign to End Overincarceration. In addition, Vanita is an adjunct clinical professor at NYU School of Law, where she teaches and oversees a racial justice litigation clinic.

Panels

Continuing legal education (CLE) credits pending - TBD

  • Marijuana Reform and the War on Drugs
  • Fourth Amendment and Privacy: Big Brother is Watching
  • Can We Have Police Accountability

Learn more about the 2013 ACLU NW Civil Liberties Conference here.

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