When: Wednesday, October 12 | 11:30am – 12:30pm.
Where: Zoom (register below for link)
Professor Daniel Harawa’s scholarship focuses on race and the criminal legal system. Professor Harawa is particularly interested in studying how doctrine, institutional design, and litigation practice contribute to the subordination of people of color. Building from his extensive practice experience, his research also contemplates novel innovations to limit the influence of race in the criminal legal process. Professor Harawa also regularly provides commentary on pressing criminal justice and civil rights issues, with his popular writings appearing in the Washington Post, Politico, Slate, Inquest, and SCOTUSblog.
Professor Harawa directs the appellate clinic, which handles criminal, civil rights, and habeas cases before federal courts of appeals across the country. He regularly provides commentary on pressing criminal justice and civil rights issues, with his popular writings appearing in the Washington Post, Politico, Slate, SCOTUSblog, The St. Louis American, and The Appeal.
This will be a virtual event. Please register below to receive the Zoom link:
This research workshop is cosponsored by the Law School Public Interest Law & Policy Speaker Series.