Please Note! We Have Some Changes to the October 26th Reunion - Calling on Alum from '16, '06, '96, '86, & '76 | DCLAW Students


To our LSIC graduates from ’16, ’06, ’96, ’86, and ’76!  We learned this week that LSIC board member Barry Pollack, President of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, is hosting a criminal justice training on the 26th at UDC. We’ve decided to join forces and hold the reunion at UDC. Come to JUSTICE FOR ALL? INTERRUPTING RACISM IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM (no charge) and then mingle with us afterwards. Or just come mingle at 6 PM!

Help us usher in our ’16 graduates and recognize the decades of LSIC alum who have gone on to do fascinating things with their lives.

WHEN: Wednesday, October 26, 2016


1:30-6 pm: Justice for All? Interrupting Racism in the Criminal Justice System program: Presented by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Registration is limited; please RSVP to attend

6-7:30 pm: Wine and cheese reunion begins. (No RSVP necessary. Bring friends!)

WHERE: UDC David A. Clarke School of Law, Moot Courtroom, 4340 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington DC

Is there someone from your LSIC class whom you would love to see again? Or can’t remember someone’s last name?  Or care to help us track down old friends? Please contact LSIC Development Director Dianne Torresen,  202.607.2338. Many thanks!

In anticipation of the event, check out these class photos we just uncovered. Where can we find you?

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More on the Justice for All training:

The program will empower defense lawyers to challenge the system and themselves regarding issues of race and racism in today’s criminal justice system. Discussion topics will include combating disproportionate rates of incarceration in communities of color; dealing with implicit bias from judges, prosecutors, law enforcement and your own clients; and incorporating honest discussions about race into jury selection and will conclude with a panel of experienced criminal defense lawyers taking questions related to the issues of being a defender in a racially divided America.


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