May 9, 2005
Agenda | Directions to White Plains | List of Working Papers | Collateral Consequences (Additional Info.) | Panel and Breakout Session Assignments | Participants
This first-of-its-kind colloquium brought together judges, lawyers and clinical law professors to develop a model for courts, clinical programs and the practicing bar to collaborate on justice issues. Using the collateral consequences of criminal convictions as a springboard for discussion and analysis, this full-day forum looked beyond subject matter categories to identify connections among problems that have traditionally been handled by different courts. The discussion focused on a wide range of collateral problems that can flow from a criminal conviction, as well as related questions involving access to justice and pro bono legal resources for disadvantaged communities.
Collateral Consequences (Additional Info.)
"ABA Criminal Justice Standards on Collateral Sanctions and
Disqualification of Convicted Persons" (Feb 2003)"
"After Prison: Roadblocks to Reentry"
"Four C's: Collateral Consequences of Criminal Charges, Columbia Law School"