The Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers is hosting a panel discussion on Race and the Criminal Justice System. I’ll be joining a distinguished panel moderated by Miami attorney David Rothman. The panel will include:
Marlene Sallo, the Acting Chief of Public Affairs for the United States Commission on Civil Rights;
Don Lemon, noted journalist and anchor of CNN Tonight;
Daryl Parks, prominent civil rights attorney who gained national recognition as an advocate for the family of Trayvon Martin; and
Charles Olgetree, esteemed Harvard law professor and founder of the school’s Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice.
The discussion is part of the FACDL’s 28th Annual Meeting. It will begin at 11:25 AM on Saturday, June 13th at THE RITZ-CARLTON, KEY BISCAYNE. I hope to see many of you there.