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March 21, 2021

New law journal issue covers "Progressive Prosecution: Perspectives from Activism, Academia, and Practice"

I recently saw that the new "Special Issue" of the Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties is dedicated to the topic of "Progressive Prosecution: Perspectives from Activism, Academia, and Practice." Here are links to the four great-looking article is the issue:

Neighborhood Accountability Boards: A Case Study on the Promise and Limitations of Prosecutor-Led Reform by Kate Brubacher Murphy

Beyond Reform: Four Virtues of a Transformational Prosecutor by Taylor Pendergrass and Somil Trivedi

Beyond Non-Violent Offenses: Criminal Justice Reform and Intimate Partner Violence in the Age of Progressive Prosecution by Margo Lindauer and Emily Postman

A Public Defender Definition of Progressive Prosecution by Avanindar Singh and Sajid Khan

March 21, 2021 at 08:56 PM | Permalink


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