Introduction to Harvard's Criminal Justice Policy Program's 50-State Criminal Justice Debt Law Web Tool

The National Consumer Law Center and the Criminal Justice Policy Program at Harvard Law School's free webinar series on criminal justice debt continues this spring. Confronting Criminal Justice Debt focuses on the fines and fees imposed by the criminal justice system. This webinar series brings together leading attorneys, academics, and other advocates to identify problems with the current fine and fee practices, including their disproportionate impact on the poor and people of color, and to discuss litigation and policy solutions.

Speaker
ranit patel
Ranit Patel
Criminal Justice Policy Program
at Harvard Law School
Moderator
brian highsmithBrian Highsmith
National Consumer Law Center
Advocates may use the Criminal Justice Policy Program at Harvard Law School's new free web tool for researching and analyzing the laws regarding criminal justice debt in each of the 50 states. This webinar will provide an introduction to the web tool-the 50-State Criminal Justice Debt Reform Builder-and showcase ways to use it effectively for research and for work toward criminal justice debt policy reform.
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Confronting Criminal Justice Debt: A Guide for Policy Reform
Definitions and Methodology


More about this Series:

The National Consumer Law Center and the Criminal Justice Policy Program at Harvard Law School's free webinar series on criminal justice debt continues this spring. Confronting Criminal Justice Debt focuses on the fines and fees imposed by the criminal justice system. This webinar series brings together leading attorneys, academics, and other advocates to identify problems with the current fine and fee practices, including their disproportionate impact on the poor and people of color, and to discuss litigation and policy solutions.

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Event Properties

Event Date 03-01-2018 2:00 pm
Event End Date 03-01-2018 3:30 pm