Racial Justice Fellowship Conversation Series with the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, The Policing Project and the Howard University School of Law Civil Rights Clinic


Reversing the trends of mass incarceration and ending racial injustice in the parole system. Reimagining public safety and reforming policing. Getting more diverse lawyers involved in civil rights appellate advocacy, especially in the appellate bar.

In the last conversation of this three-part series with our Racial Justice Fellows and their host organizations who are working on the front lines, partner Marc Shapiro spoke with Arthur Ago of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and Barry Friedman of The Policing Project, New York University School of Law, along with Orrick Racial Justice Fellows Tiffany Wright, Rochelle Swartz and Max Carter-Oberstone, about addressing underlying causes of systemic racism in our criminal justice system and how legislative measures and impact litigation strategy can be used together to drive reforms.