On Monday, July 27, criminal justice scholars from California Western School of Law, the Chapman University Fowler School of Law, California State University – Long Beach, Loyola Law School, University of California – Irvine, University of California – Los Angeles, and the University of San Diego participated in the annual Southern California Criminal Justice Roundtable, where they presented works in progress to their fellow colleagues for comment and discussion.

Hosted by the Fowler School of Law virtually via Zoom, the roundtable saw a diverse group of law professors discussing eight forthcoming papers:

  • “The Institutional Hearing Program: A Study of Prison-Based Immigration Courts in the United States” by Ingrid Eagley (UCLA)
  • “Carceral Inclusion” by Fanna Gamal (UCLA)
  • “What Are Children Due? Juvenile Justice, Due Process, and the Problem of Adversary Power” by Maximo Langer (UCLA)
  • “Jails, Sheriffs, and Carceral Policymaking” by Aaron Littman (UCLA)
  • “Policing Disability” by Eric Miller (Loyola)
  • “Legal Ethics as Roadblock to Police Accountability” by Lawrence Rosenthal (Fowler School of Law)
  • “Willful Blindness” by Kenneth W. Simons (UCI)
  • “Girls, Assaulted” by India Thusi (California Western)