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The Defender Initiative Sixth Annual Conference on Public Defense:
Justice - What’s Money Got to Do With It?

Co-Sponsored by the Washington Defender Association
In-Person • Live Webcast
Registration is Open
March 4, 2016 | 6.0 General CLE Credits, pending

Announcing special luncheon presentation:

"How Defenders Can Address Implicit Racial Bias"

L. Song Richardson, Professor of Law, University of California Irvine School of Law

Discussing the challenging topic of how defenders can address "implicit racial bias", former King County Defender and former Federal Defender, Professor Richardson will also respond to your questions.

Other conference topics will include:
  • How to address a variety of money-related barriers for clients, including bail and warrant fees;
  • How to address racial disparity in various legal financial obligations; and
  • A new initiative to help clients who have multiple arrests and a mental illness and substance abuse history.

AgendaRegister Now
General Registration (in-person): $175.00 • SU School of Law Alumni (in-person): $115.00
  Non-Profit/Government Employee (in-person): $120.00 • Live Webcast: $110.00
Student Registration (UW or Gonzaga; in-person): $65.00 • Free for Current SU School of Law Faculty and Current SU School of Law Students (in-person only; must have current Seattle U e-mail)

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