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Political Economy & Access to Justice Judicial Education Seminar (PEAJJES)

Uptown Campus
Tulane University

This inaugural event, open to Louisiana district, juvenile, criminal, civil, and family court judges, provides a space for participants to unpack, interrogate, and analyze some of the most pressing issues facing Louisiana's interlocked criminal justice, juvenile justice, and K12 education systems. Among the featured panelists and presenters are: Retired Judge Ernestine Gray, Orleans Parish Juvenile Court; Retired Judge Arthur Hunter, Orleans Parish Criminal Court; Professor Angela A. Allen-Bell, B.K. Agnihotri Endowed Professor of Law, Southern University Law Center; the Hon. James LeBlanc, Secretary, Louisiana Department of Safety & Corrections; the Hon. Tanner Magee, State Representative (Lafourche and Terrebonne); The Honorable Otha “Curtis” Nelson, Jr., Interim Secretary, Louisiana Office of Juvenile Justice; Terri Ricks, Esq., Interim Secretary, Department of Children & Family Services; and Rachel Gassert, former Policy Director, Louisiana Center for Children’s Rights.  Registration is required.  For more information, visit peajjes.com.  This event has been approved for 12.5 CLE Credits.

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