North Carolina Criminal Justice Summit

At North Carolina’s first Criminal Justice Summit, national and state experts with broad-ranging ideological perspectives will discuss key issues capturing attention in North Carolina and around the nation: bail reform; overcriminalization; and barriers to re-eentry, including fines and fees and the criminal record and collateral consequences. Join the conversation as we explore how these issues impact justice, public safety and economic prosperity in North Carolina, and whether there is common ground to address them.

National presenters include Vikrant Reddy, Charles Koch Institute; Nathan Pysno, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers ; Marc Levin, Right on Crime; Eric Halperin, Civil Rights Corps; Rebecca Vallas, Center for American Progress; and Joanna Weiss, Fines and Fees Justice Center. State presenters include district attorneys, public defenders, and representatives from Conservatives for Criminal Justice Reform, ACLU of North Carolina, North Carolina Justice Center, and North Carolina Advocates for Justice.

This program is presented by the UNC School of Government, with support from the Charles Koch Foundation.


CLE pending approval

General5.00 hrs
Total5.00 hrs
There currently are no scheduled offerings of this course.
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Dale Zuckert

Assistant Registrar
For questions regarding course details, including location, schedule, materials, and continuing education credits, please contact:
Cindy Lee

Cindy Lee

Associate Director, North Carolina Judicial College Curriculum and Administration
William R. Kenan, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Public Law and Government; Director, Criminal Justice Innovation Lab