The Salt Lake County Bar Association Presents:
Race, Schools, and the Criminal Justice System: Are Schools Pushing Certain Students in the Wrong Direction?
A Live-Radio Panel Discussion with Emily Chiang and Sharon Gallagher-Fishbaugh, moderated by Doug Fabrizio
Emily Chiang is Associate Professor of Law at the University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law, where she directs the Public Policy Clinic and teaches courses on constitutional law, as well as a seminar on race, equality, and the law.
Sharon Gallagher-Fishbaugh is the president of the Utah Education Association. She was an educator in Utah’s public schools for more than 35 years and the recipient of the 2009 Utah Teacher of the Year award.
Doug Fabrizio is the host and executive producer of RadioWest on KUER 90.1.
This CLE will be broadcast live by KUER 90.1 and will focus on whether school disciplinary measures taken as early as Elementary School are having the unintended consequence of funneling children into the criminal justice system. Due to constraints of live radio, questions to be asked during the broadcast should be emailed in advance to email@example.com. The broadcast will go from 11:00 to noon, and lunch will be served at noon with an unrestricted question and answer session thereafter.
Lunch and 1.5 hours CLE CREDIT (pending)
When: Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 10:45 a.m.
Where: Wasatch Retreat and Conference Center located within
The Episcopal Church Center of Utah, 75 South 200 East,
Salt Lake City (free parking in the Diocese Parking Lot)
Cost: $20 for Salt Lake County Bar Members, and $25 for all others.
Payment to Salt Lake County Bar Association in advance or
at the door.
RSVP: Please RSVP by e-mail, fax, or telephone by Monday,
May 18, 2015, to:
(801) 799-5893 (telephone)
(801) 799-5700 (fax)
222 S. Main, Suite 2200