Join experts from UW–Madison for an evening of learning

Badger Café: “Where Do We Go From Here? Restorative Justice and the Aftermath of Crime”

October 30 - 6:00PM - 8:00PM
UW–Eau Claire, W.R Davies Student Center, Third Floor, Centennial Room, 77 Roosevelt Avenue, Eau Claire, WI
Cost: Free


  • Jonathan Scharrer ’05, director of the Restorative Justice Project and clinical instructor, UW Law School
  • Carrie Acklin, criminal justice and rehabilitation program director, UW–Stout


For more than two decades, the Restorative Justice Project at the University of Wisconsin Law School has been bringing together victims and offenders in violent and sensitive crimes for facilitated, face-to-face meetings to address the impact of crime. Project director Jonathan Scharrer will discuss the victim-offender dialogue work in the serious cases handled by the law clinic. He’ll also explore some of the gaps in the justice system, the motivations of survivors who participate in the restorative justice process, and outcomes experienced. UW–Stout’s Carrie Acklin will provide a local perspective on restorative justice. Join other local Badger alumni for this fascinating look at the power and potential of restorative justice.


6 p.m. Welcome and registration
6:30–7:30 p.m. Program
8 p.m. Event concludes

This free event is open to all, but registration is strongly recommended!

RSVP by October 26.

Questions? Contact Nancy Powell at 608-308-5104.

The Wisconsin Alumni Association® (WAA) and the WAA: Chippewa Valley Chapter proudly host Badger Café.

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