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Fordham Law Project in Redhook Gets High Praise From Sponsor

Submitted by on April 28 – 2013No Comment

A group of Stein Scholars made an impression on the attorneys at the Red Hook Community Justice Center this spring. The three students, Liz Ling, Prescott Loveland, and Amanda Niederauer, worked with the Center on a qualitative analysis of the Brooklyn Adolescent Diversion Program as part of a seminar class run by Professors Bruce Green and Sherri Levine.

Julian Adler, the Center’s director, wrote about the student’s final presentation on his blog.

The students’ collective experience resembled some sort of wonderful, albeit peculiar hybrid of crash-course in criminal justice reform and acute immersion in the professional culture of misdemeanor criminal practice. Not surprisingly, this experience yielded an equally fascinating set of observations and recommendations.

The Center was on of several organizations that partnered with students in the class on projects to benefit the legal sponsors.

Read the full post on the Center’s Blog



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