"Restorative Justice" - The Distinguished Lecture Series on Current Issues

Date: Thu, Dec 9, 2021, 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Category: Lifelong Learning

The Distinguished Lecture Series on Current Issues
 

Now in our sixteenth season, the series brings experts and seasoned educators to the podium on current events including subjects in criminal justice, national security, space exploration, the environment, and veteran's affairs.

 
December 9, 2021: 
“Restorative Justice”
Kate Bradford, Esq.
Kate Bradford, Esq. is an Associate Professor for the IRSC Criminal Justice program. Kate started her professional life as a criminal defense attorney and spent a decade litigating from misdemeanors to capital cases. Her presentation focuses on the concept of restorative justice and its current application in our court systems. Restorative justice is the theory of punishment that seeks to repair the harm done by an offender through reconciliation and mediation. While not a new theory, there has been limited application in our current criminal justice system. Kate discusses why this might be and what implementation might look like for us.
 

10:00 AM – NOON   

The McAlpin Fine Arts Center

Massey Campus - Fort Pierce

In-person & Live Simulcast Subscriptions are available

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Individual lecture seats are $35 per person.

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The Distinguished Lecture Series is presented in partnership by the Indian River State College Foundation and the Ray and Peg Hirvonen Charitable Foundation.

*Speakers and offerings are subject to change based on speaker availability.
IRSC is an EA/EO educational institution.

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