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Propelling Change 2021: Supporting the Social Justice Movement through Legislative Action

  • 02/17/2021
  • 12/31/2021
  • Online Video


  • As a member of CLI you can enjoy the video for FREE
  • As a law student, CLI is offering FREE registration
  • Registration for non-members of CLI is $50


Watch the panel discussion from February 17th on the social justice movements that have come out of the awakening of 2020 and Sara Scott, CLI's CEO will moderate.

Topics Include:

  • Efforts pertaining to courts, like bond hearings and drug conviction record sealing
  • Policing bills
  • Efforts to decrease jail and prison populations
  • DA Accountability Bill 
  • Updates 2-217 that was just filed what we think is the first lawsuit under the new law today

Panelists Include:

  • Tristan Gorman, Legislative Policy Coordinator for Colorado Criminal Defense Bar (CCDB)
  • Rebecca Wallace, Senior Staff Attorney & Senior Policy Counsel (ACLU)
  • Iris Eytan, Founding Member of Colorado Attorneys Against Police Violence (CAPPV)
  • Tyrone Glover, Civil Rights Criminal Attorney for Killmer Lane & Newman, LLP

This Program has been Approved for TWO CLE Credits.Obtaining your continuing education credits: If you participated in Propelling Change 2021 For attorneys: Colorado - Complete form at http://cletrack.com, course id: 795724 CO Notice of Accreditation - 795724.pdf

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