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Date:
October 17, 2013
Start:
11:45am
End:
12:45pm
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Location:
TNH 3.127 (Roberts Classroom)
Event type:
Book review
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Rights of the Incarcerated: Theory vs. Practice

Does representation stop when your client goes to jail or prison? What should defense attorneys and human rights activists know about prison conditions and the laws that inmates face when drafting grievances and writs?

Join us for a discussion of prisoners’ rights with Michelle Smith,’11, former Equal Justice Works Fellow at the Texas Civil Rights Project, and Terri LeClercq, Ph.D., author of Prison Grievances; when to write, how to write, a graphic novel written for inmates, and former UT Law professor

To attend, RSVP to Rachel Sidopulos (rsidopulos@law.utexas.edu), by noon on Tuesday, October 15th.

Specific audiences:
  • UT Law students
Sponsored by:
  • William Wayne Justice Center for Public Interest Law

If you need an accommodation to participate in this event, please contact the sponsor listed above or the UT Law Special Events Office at specialevents@law.utexas.edu no later than seven business days prior to the event.