Restorative Justice and Criminal Law

Please Join the Fall 2020 Law and Politics Series


Oct16
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
2020-10-16 12:00:00 2020-10-16 13:00:00 Restorative Justice and Criminal Law

Zoom: https://occidental.zoom.us/j/97555312548

Passcode: 753203

ID# 975 5531 2548

Claire Krelitz graduated from Occidental in 2019, with a double major in Politics and Sociology. During her senior year, Claire was a research assistant in the politics department, and she continued as an RA for Professor Gonzalez after graduating. Currently, Claire manages communications and digital production at the Los Angeles World Affairs Council.

Sydney Vermilyea graduated from Occidental with a major in Diplomacy and World Affairs and a minor in the Spanish Language in 2020. At Oxy, she was a part of Peer Health Exchange, Occidental Consulting Group, and studied abroad in Madrid, Spain. She spent last year writing her senior comprehensive project about transitional justice following the Rwandan Genocide. Sydney is excited to present the critical research on restorative justice legislation in the United States criminal justice systems with Professor Thalia González. Currently, Sydney is an intern with the United States House of Representatives in Washington D.C.

Professor Thalia González is a nationally recognized expert in the field of restorative justice. A core theme of her work is the examination of how restorative justice operates within the law and public systems to remedy disproportionality, structural inequality, and systemic harm. Her secondary research fields include juvenile justice, race, gender, and inequality, public interest legal practice, domestic human rights, and norm theory. Along with being a professor in the Oxy politics department, she is also a Senior Scholar at the Georgetown Law Center on Poverty and Inequality

 

Online Zoom Event
America/Los_Angeles public
Location:
Online Zoom Event
Event Date: Friday, October 16, 2020

Zoom: https://occidental.zoom.us/j/97555312548

Passcode: 753203

ID# 975 5531 2548

Claire Krelitz graduated from Occidental in 2019, with a double major in Politics and Sociology. During her senior year, Claire was a research assistant in the politics department, and she continued as an RA for Professor Gonzalez after graduating. Currently, Claire manages communications and digital production at the Los Angeles World Affairs Council.

Sydney Vermilyea graduated from Occidental with a major in Diplomacy and World Affairs and a minor in the Spanish Language in 2020. At Oxy, she was a part of Peer Health Exchange, Occidental Consulting Group, and studied abroad in Madrid, Spain. She spent last year writing her senior comprehensive project about transitional justice following the Rwandan Genocide. Sydney is excited to present the critical research on restorative justice legislation in the United States criminal justice systems with Professor Thalia González. Currently, Sydney is an intern with the United States House of Representatives in Washington D.C.

Professor Thalia González is a nationally recognized expert in the field of restorative justice. A core theme of her work is the examination of how restorative justice operates within the law and public systems to remedy disproportionality, structural inequality, and systemic harm. Her secondary research fields include juvenile justice, race, gender, and inequality, public interest legal practice, domestic human rights, and norm theory. Along with being a professor in the Oxy politics department, she is also a Senior Scholar at the Georgetown Law Center on Poverty and Inequality

 

Claire