GEORGIA REFLECTIONS ON FERGUSON – THE ROLE OF THE COURTS SUMMIT NOTICE

GEORGIA REFLECTIONS ON FERGUSON – THE ROLE OF THE COURTS SUMMIT

You are invited to attend the Georgia Reflections on Ferguson – The Role of the Courts Summit on December 15, 2016 (Bill of Rights Day) at Mercer University, followed by a reception at the Tubman Museum.   The targeted audience is attorneys and judges of Georgia but registration is open to anyone.   The cost to attend this summit is $25 to help defray meal expenses.   Applications for CLE (including one ethics and one professionalism hour) and CJE credit are pending.  The registration fee does not include the cost of CLE credits. Updates will be provided on the website below.

The Summit will focus on the role of the courts in addressing the justice issues raised in the Department of Justice Report from Ferguson, Missouri.  You can see the full Department of Justice Report at the link here:

https://www.justice.gov/sites/default/files/opa/pressreleases/attachments/2015/03/04/ferguson_police_department_report.pdf

This summit is a sponsored partnership of the Judicial Council of Georgia’s Access, Fairness, Public Trust and Confidence Committee staffed by the Administrative Office of the Courts, the Council of Municipal Court Judges, and the Institute for Continuing Judicial Education.

REGISTRATION IS HERE: http://afptc.georgiacourts.gov/

Registration 9:00 am to 10:00 am. Please click on the link at the bottom of the page to read the entire announcement and outline of the program.

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