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The Center on the Administration of Criminal Law at NYU Law School is a nonpartisan research center that focuses on good government practices in the criminal justice system. One area of research includes the role of mercy and the opportunity for second chances in the justice system. As an example, it has worked on obtaining federal and state clemency grants for individuals incarcerated in prison and is drafting a report analyzing President Obama’s clemency initiative that took place between 2014 and 2017.
The Center for the Transdisciplinary Research of Violence, Trauma and Justice invites now applications for 2018 VITRI Fellow Program
LANGUAGES AND HISTORICAL CONTEXTS THAT HAVE SHAPED LATIN AMERICAN IDENTITIES.
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We are administrative law scholars of the 20th century looking for a third panelist to join our submission to the 2018 American Society for Legal History conference in Houston on November 8-11.