WhenWednesday, February 24, 2021 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm
As part of Black History Month, on Wednesday, February 24th at noon, we are honored to present a talk by U.S. District Court Judge Richard Boulware. Judge Boulware, who is part of the Boyd faculty, will be discussing the importance of public interest work. He will also discuss issues around mass incarceration. Click HERE to join the Zoom.
Please join us Wednesday, February 24 at noon:
A Conversation with Judge Richard Boulware II
Judge for the United States District Court, District of Nevada
Wednesday, February 24, 2021 12 PM PT
ZOOM Meeting ID: 915 1203 4163
Click HERE to join the Zoom
More information is available in the flyer below and attached.
This talk is part of the ongoing series:
Black in America
Addressing Inequality: Securing Civil and Political Rights
This series is made possible by the Senator Harry Reid Civic Dialogue Program.
This series brings programs to the UNLV Boyd School of Law on the history and current state of securing free and fair elections for African Americans in the United States. Topics include legislation and litigation, policing, judicial decisions, ongoing systemic inequality and more. We bring together leading public officials, journalists, academics and thought leaders to discuss this important topic.