I share my research as widely as I can, and love to discuss ways we can work together to improve the criminal justice system.
I’ve presented my findings at national academic conferences around the country: the National Innocence Network Conference, the American Society of Criminology, the Law and Society Association, the Criminal Justice Association, and the Justice Studies Association.
I am available to speak at your organization or conference. Please send me an email with a brief description of your event, the topic to be discussed, and the best way to reach you. I’ll be sure to get back to you right away.
2019 Judges and Wrongful Convictions. American Society of Criminology. San Francisco, CA.
2018 Wrongful Convictions: Prosecutorial Misconduct. Descovic Foundation for Justice. Montclair State University.
2018 Jewish Advocacy and Criminal Justice Reform. Jewish Council for Public Affairs, December 4-5, Washington D.C.
2018 Justice Reimagined. Montclair State University.
2017 Wrongful Convictions for Crimes that Never Happened. American Society of Criminology. Philadelphia, PA.
2017 Twisted Justice: Innocence and No Crime Wrongful Convictions. The Innocence Network Conference. San Diego, California.
2017 When Things Go Really Wrong with Criminal Justice: Introducing No-Crime Convictions . Social Justice Conference. Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ.
2015 Virtual Life Sentences. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Orlando, Florida.
2014 Deconstructing Death in Prison Sentences. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences. Philadelphia, PA.
2014 Prison Reform In New Jersey: Exploring Alternative Approaches. Montclair State University. Montclair, NJ.
2013 The Crisis in American Criminal Justice: Why America is the World’s Largest Jailer. Salon Series. Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ.
2013 Balancing Freedom of Religion with Freedom of Speech. President’s Commission on Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity and Diversity: Affirmative Action Day. Montclair State University, Montclair, New Jersey.
2013 Death in Prison Sentences: Not So Different from Death. American Society of Criminology. Atlanta , GA.
2011 Bias-Based Cyberbullying: The New Hate Crime Frontier. American Society of Criminology. Washington, DC.
2011 Restoration Issues: Ban the Box. The Cornell University Richard Netter Conference on Criminal Records and Employment. Cornell ILR/Labor and Employment Law Program. New York, New York.
2010 Life Without Parole: America’s New Death Penalty. Ultimate Penalties: Life Without Parole
2009 Imaging Decarceration in a World with Life Without the Possibility of Parole. American Society of Criminology. Philadelphia, PA.
2009 Hate Crimes: Challenging Student Concepts of Tolerance and Justice. Justice Studies Association. Albany, New York.
2008 A Second Look at the Second Chance Act. American Society of Criminology. St. Louis, Missouri.
2007 Abolition in New Jersey: The Death of the Death Penalty. American Society of Criminology. Atlanta, Georgia.
2007 Taking Decarceration Seriously (with J. Jacobs). American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, Georgia.
2006 Posting Hate Offenders on the Web. American Society of Criminology, Los Angeles, California.
2006 Teaching About Hate Crime. Law and Society Association. Baltimore, Maryland.
2005 Expanding Re-entry: The Role of the Appellate Public Defender. American Society of Criminology. Toronto, Canada.
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