Join us for "Reimagining Criminal Justice Systems Through Eyes that Have Cried" a lecture by British lawyer Alexander McLean, the founder of Justice Defenders (formerly African Prisons Project), at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 16 in the Old Capitol Senate Chamber. McLean will discuss his work transforming communities, justice systems, and countries from inside out. Sponsored by the UI Lecture Committee, Center for Human Rights, College of Education,

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School of Music, International Programs, Citizen Lawyer Program, and Obermann Center supported Prison Writing Project.

Please remember to sign in at the event.  Attendance at one Lawyers & Leaders program each semester is one requirement for membership in the Pro Bono Society.