Restorative Justice: A Panel Discussion (3/09/2021)

In this two part discussion, participants will learn what restorative justice is, how it is being used in Chicago and beyond, and what opportunities and barriers there are for growth of restorative justice practices in the legal profession and our communities. The first hour will focus on the introductory basics of what types of restorative justice practices exist and some examples of each. The second hour will dig into the use of restorative justice in and out of the courtroom and what may come next for the practice. 

INTRODUCTORY BASICS OF WHAT TYPES OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE PRACTICES EXIST AND SOME EXAMPLES OF EACH
Pam Cytrynbaum, Restorative Justice Coordinator, Moran Center for Youth Advocacy 
Akeem Soyan, Circle Keeper, Circles & Ciphers
Justine Ogbevire, Circle Keeper, Circles & Ciphers
Gabriel Herrera, Senior Bilingual Programs Manager, Center for Conflict Resolution
 
MODERATOR:
Mallory Littlejohn, Legal Director, Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation

THE USE OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE IN AND OUT OF THE COURTROOM AND WHAT MAY COME NEXT FOR THE PRACTICE
Professor Christine Agaiby, Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Cliff Nellis, Executive Director, Lawndale Christian Legal Center
Hon. Patricia Spratt, Presiding Judge at the North Lawndale Restorative Justice Community Court

MODERATOR:
Kevin Kelley, Assistant General Counsel, Chicago Public Schools

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