Sunday, September 20, 2015

September 28: Cleveland - From Ferguson to Cleveland: The Role of Technology in Policing

Join the ACS Northeast Ohio Lawyer Chapter, the ACLU of Ohio, the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Student Chapter of the American Constitution Society, the Norman S. Minor Bar Association, and the Cleveland–Marshall College of Law and Alumni Association for a panel discussion on technology in policing.
Title:
From Ferguson to Cleveland: The Role of Technology in Policing
When/Where:
Monday, September 28, 2015
05:00 PM - 06:00 PM
The Cleveland-Marshall College of Law's Moot Court Room
2121 Euclid Avenue
LB 138
Cleveland, OH 44115
Speakers:
  • Anthony Rothert has been the Legal Director of the ACLU-MO since 2006 and was named 2015 Missouri Lawyer of the Year. He has focused heavily on 4th Amendment Litigation and the use of technology in policing in the after-events in Ferguson. He is a frequent source for many national media articles regarding police use of force issues.
  • Gary Daniels is a lobbyist working with the Ohio General Assembly on a variety of law enforcement-related bills, including one on policing in technology. He is very well-versed in technology in policing issues, particularly those being considered throughout the state.
  • Moderated by: Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich, Associate Professor, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.
By:
  • American Constitution Society
  • Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
Credit:
1.0 hours of CLE credit pending.
Cost:
Free
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