UNOs Corrections Series to Present Jail and Litigation Workshop
As part of its ongoing Corrections Series, UNOs School of Criminology and Criminal Justice will be hosting a Jail and Litigation workshop on Friday, October 20 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the UNO campus. This workshop will cover strategies employed to litigate and defend the governance of corrections entities. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of jail/prison litigation and its ongoing role in determining humane conditions of confinement. This interactive session will cast the dilemmas of corrections management against the evolving social and legal aspects of corrections. The Nebraska State Bar Association has approved CLEs for attorneys attending this session and the program will be broadcast via webcam. Cost is $75. To find out more about this workshop, click here. To register to attend, click here.
Story Published September, 2017
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