“Law’s Middle Way: Mindfulness and Restorative Justice” by Sujatha Baliga

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Sujatha Baliga presents “Law’s Middle Way: Mindfulness and Restorative Justice” at Berkeley Law on Oct. 22, 2012, a Ruth Chance Lecture co-sponsored by the Thelton E. Henderson Center for Social Justice, the Berkeley Initiative for Mindfulness in Law (law.berkeley.edu/mindfulness.htm), and the Restorative Justice Committee. Baliga discusses how a life-changing encounter with the Dalai Lama, and […]

Restorative Justice is Not Forgiveness

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Restorative justice has been receiving a lot of attention lately, due to Paul Tullis’s January 4 New York Times Magazine article, “Can Forgiveness Play a Role in Criminal Justice?” This story about a restorative justice conference following the murder of a young woman by her boyfriend was also covered on the January 5 episode of the Today […]

Carceral Geographies Conference Program

Carceral Geographies Course Thread Launch: Help us mark the inaugural year of this innovative curricular offering which provides undergraduates the opportunity to examine the nature and experience of carceral spaces, the distributional geographies of carceral systems, and the relationship between the carceral in its totality and the state.

Carceral Geographies Course Thread Launch  Help us mark the inaugural year of this innovative curricular offering which provides undergraduates the opportunity to examine the nature and experience of carceral spaces, the distributional geographies of carceral systems, and the relationship between the carceral in its totality and the state.