Thursday, March 8, 2018
Noon - 5:00 p.m.
Albany Law School
80 New Scotland Ave.
Dean Alexander Moot Courtroom (Room 421)
Part of the Edward C. Sobota ’79 Memorial Lecture Series
Albany Government Law Review for its 13th annual symposium,
Cracks in the U.S. Constitution: Broken Windows Policing and the Criminalization of Children.
This event is free and open to the public.
4 free CLE credits in Professional Practice will be offered.
• Andrea Ritchie, Esq.
Author of Invisible No More: Police Violence Against Black Women and Women of Color; Researcher in Residence, Barnard Center for Research on Women
Panel 1: Broken Windows Policing
• Anthony Paul Farley
James Campbell Matthews Distinguished Professor of Jurisprudence, Albany Law School
• Kevin Jason, Esq.
Staff Attorney, New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU)
• Mark S. Mishler, Esq.
Attorney at Law, Law Office of Mark S. Mishler, P.C.
• Shontell Smith, Esq.
Chief Counsel, New York State Senate Democratic Conference
• Frank Wiley
Chief of Police, University at Albany
Panel 2: School-to-Prison Pipeline
• Kaweeda Adams
Superintendent, Albany City School District
• Katrina Charland
Director, Bethlehem Youth Court
• Jasmine Gripper
Legislative Director and Statewide Education Advocate, Alliance for Quality Education
• Areto Imoukhuede
Professor of Law, Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law
Panel 3: Community Oversight of Law Enforcement
• Mickey Bradley
Former Chair of Albany Citizens' Police Review Board (CPRB)
• Patrick Jordan, Esq.
Former Corporation Counsel of CPRB
• David Rozen, Esq.
Assistant Counsel, Office of the Inspector General for the New York Police Department
Reception to follow.
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Accreditation: Albany Law School’s Institute of Legal Studies has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of Continuing Legal Education in the State of New York. This course has been accredited as a source of Continuing Legal Education credits for all attorneys in the State of New York and is eligible for up to 4 Professional Practice Credits. For financial hardship guidelines, please call the Institute of Legal Studies at 518-472-5888.
Special Needs Information: Should you have a special needs due to a disability, please contact Albany Law School’s Institute of Legal Studies at 518-472-5888 at least a week prior to the course to discuss your requirements.
Note: New York State Continuing Legal Education Board regulations state that: Credit shall be awarded only for attendance at an entire course or program, or for attendance at an entire session of a course or program. No credit shall be awarded for attending a portion of a course or a portion of a session.