Gavel Gap: Representation and Diversity on the Bench   

RSVP to attend the Gavel Gap: Representation and Diversity on the Bench

Hosted by Seton Hall Law Student Chapter of the American Constitution Society (ACS) and the Office of Student Services


WHEN
Wednesday, April 14, 2021 from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. EST.

WHERE
Virtual event. Registration required to receive virtual event link and access code.
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DESCRIPTION
Hosted by the American Constitution Society Seton Hall Law Student Chapter, Gavel Gap: Representation and Diversity on the Bench will feature an important and timely discussion intended for all audiences. The virtual webinar will feature a panel discussion between four judges and justices of diverse backgrounds, regarding the representation gap between judges and the populations they serve and why diversity on the bench is important.

  1. Giancarlo Piccinini, President of the ACS Seton Hall Law Student Chapter
  2. Associate Justice Fabiana Pierre-Louis, New Jersey Supreme Court
  3. Judge Hany Mawla, New Jersey Superior Court Appellate Division
  4. Presiding Judge Sohail Mohammed, New Jersey Superior Court Criminal Division, Passaic Vicinage
  5. Judge Juliana Diaz, Municipal Court for the City of Elizabeth

CONTACT
If you have any questions, please contact Student Services at 973-642-8707 or [email protected].


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