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Prison Law 2017

Publication Date: November 2017 Number of Volumes: 1
ISBN Number: na Page Count: 280 pages

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Chapter 1: Fact Sheet: De Blasio Administration, Public Officials Highlight Series of Evidence-Backed Reforms to Reduce Recidivism Among Young Adults, available at https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/criminaljustice/downloads/pdfs/YoungAdultAnnounceFinal.pdf Dana Kaplan ~ Executive Director of Youth and Strategic Initiatives, New York City Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice
Chapter 2: Justice Brief, The Jail Population: Recent Declines and Opportunities for Further Reductions, page 21, available at http://www1.nyc.gov/assets/criminaljustice/downloads/pdfs/justice_brief_jailpopulation.pdf Dana Kaplan ~ Executive Director of Youth and Strategic Initiatives, New York City Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice
Chapter 3: Raise the Age NY Elizabeth Powers ~ Director of Youth Justice, Children's Defense Fund New York
Chapter 4: Education in Jails and Prisons: The Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Stefen R Short ~ Staff Attorney, Prisoners' Rights Project, The Legal Aid Society
Chapter 5: Select Rules of Professional Conduct Philip M Genty ~ Everett B. Birch Innovative Teaching Clinical Professor in Professional Responsibility, Columbia Law School
Alexis Karteron ~ Assistant Professor of Law, Director of the Constitutional Rights Clinic, Rutgers Law School
Chapter 6: Select Ethics Opinions Philip M Genty ~ Everett B. Birch Innovative Teaching Clinical Professor in Professional Responsibility, Columbia Law School
Alexis Karteron ~ Assistant Professor of Law, Director of the Constitutional Rights Clinic, Rutgers Law School
Chapter 7: Ethics Hypotheticals Karen L Murtagh ~ Executive Director, Prisoners' Legal Services of New York
Philip M Genty ~ Everett B. Birch Innovative Teaching Clinical Professor in Professional Responsibility, Columbia Law School
Betsy Hutchings ~ Prisoners’ Legal Services of New York
Chapter 8: The Bleeding Edge of the PLRA (September 1, 2017) John Boston ~ Former Director, Prisoners’ Rights Project, The Legal Aid Society
Chapter 9: Lessons from a Mother’s Program in Prison, Taylor & Francis, Women & Therapy, Volume 21, Issue 1 (1998) Kathy Boudin ~ Co-Director and Co-Founder, Center for Justice, Columbia University
Chapter 10: Protection & Advocacy Systems Advocacy: Enforcing the Rights of Prisoners with Mental Illness Nina Loewenstein ~ Supervising Attorney, Disability Rights New York
Chapter 11: No Justice When the Stakes Are High (June 30, 2017) Rachel Meeropol ~ Senior Staff Attorney and Associate Director of Legal Training and Education, Center for Constitutional Rights
Chapter 12: An Introduction to New York’s Institutional Hearing Program (IHP) Nicholas J Phillips ~ Acting Managing Attorney, Prisoners’ Legal Services of New York
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Chairperson(s)
Jack Beck, Correctional Association of New York
Karen L Murtagh, Prisoners' Legal Services of New York
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