In the May/June edition of the Washington Lawyer, Jeremy Conrad wrote an excellent article about the Justice Initiative. It begins as follows:
Let’s imagine the perfect course of study for a law student interested in engaging in a critical examination of the law, justice, and society; someone who might go on to use the law for the public good. Let’s assume that anything is possible. . . . We’d want lecturers who are leading activists, scholars, government workers, philosophers, and prisoners to provide a variety of perspectives. Add some mentoring, networking, and community building to help guide the student along their path and provide some emotional support. While we’re at it, let’s make it free, and accessible regardless of where they are studying. Improbable as it sounds, such a program exists. . . .
Read the rest here.
Learn much more about the Justice Initiative here.