Speaker: Cecelia Klingele ’99, JD’05
The past 40 years have seen a dramatic growth, both nationally and statewide, in the number of people who are in prison and under community supervision as punishment for criminal convictions. What explains these changes, and how do they affect our communities? Will this growth continue? If not, what changes are we likely to see in the next five to 10 years? Klingele, an associate professor of law, will have some answers to these timely questions.
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This casual, free event is open to the public, and light refreshments will be served.
Parking: Complimentary parking is available in a heated, parking pavilion located in the 800 block of North Prospect Avenue in a three story brick parking structure. There is easy access to the entrance of the club under the porte cochère. If the parking structure is full, there is additional outside parking in a service lot on North Marshall Street, just as you pull out of the garage.
Questions? Contact Nancy Powell at 608-308-5104.