Lunch & Learn: Family Separation in a Time of COVID: Crimmigration, Consent, and the Othering of Central American Mothers
Date: 12:00pm - 1:00pm PDT July 14
- Robert M Reynolds
Lunch & Learn: A Series Presented by L&C Faculty
Topic: Criminal Law-Related Doctrines That Enable Racial Discrimination
Certain legal doctrines combine with the structure of our legal system to make it easier for judges and juries to discriminate against people of color and other minorities. This conversation will explore some of those doctrines and how they work.
Presenter: Professor Juliet Stumpf
***Registration for this series is required. Registration will close one hour before the event.***
Please register HERE.
All registrants will receive a Zoom link via email on the day of the session.
Note: This event is open only to Lewis & Clark Law School faculty, staff, and students.