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Batson v. Kentucky: 30 Years of Progress and Challenge

August 25, 2016

Thirty years after the Supreme Court ruled that prospective jurors may not be struck from service based solely on their race, the underlying challenges of discrimination, fair play, and winning at all costs still threaten the integrity of each and every case tried to a jury. Please join our distinguished panelists for a discussion of where the law has come and where it may be going, the mechanics of jury selection itself, and the challenges presented for litigators, courts, and communities grasping with these issues.

Friday, August 26 | 12:00-1:00 PM

1550 17th Street, Suite 500 Denver, CO 80202

We are honored to introduce the following speakers:

  • The Honorable Raymond P. Moore, United States District, Judge District of Colorado
  • Mack Jenkins, Assistant United States Attorney, Central District of California, United States Department of Justice
  • Joshua Lee, Assistant Federal Public Defender, Districts of Colorado and Wyoming
  • Mari Newman, Partner, Killmer, Lane & Newman
  • Christopher K. Pelham, Of Counsel, Jones Day
  • Jason D. Schall, Attorney, Davis Graham & Stubbs, moderator