June 25, 2020
Policing and Police Reform: Discussion with Professor Jelani Jefferson Exum
On June 19, 2020, the ACS Michigan, Austin, Chicago, Columbus, Houston, Los Angeles, Madison, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Northeast Ohio, Oregon, Puget Sound, Washington, DC, and Western New York Chapters hosted a timely discussion on policing and police reform with Professor Jelani Jefferson Exum, a leading expert in sentencing law, sentencing procedure, and the impact of race on criminal justice.
Jelani Jefferson Exum is the Philip J. McElroy Professor of Law and ACS Faculty Advisor, University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.
More from Professor Exum:
- Sentencing Disparities and the Dangerous Perpetuation of Racial Bias
- The Death Penalty on the Streets: What the Eighth Amendment Can Teach About Regulating Police Use of Force
- Purpose-Focused Sentencing: How Reforming Punishment Can Transform Policing