Symposium

The NEVADA LAW JOURNAL &
UNLV’s Program on Race, Gender & Policing present:
Symposium:  Race AND Gender AND Policing

To Be Published April 2021

Foreword:
Hillary Potter
Associate Professor and Associate Dean for Inclusive Practice, University of Colorado

Introduction:
Stewart Chang, Frank Rudy Cooper, and Addie C. Rolnick
Professors at UNLV Boyd School of Law and co-facilitators of its Program on Race, Gender, and Policing

 

Topics of Discussion

"Locked Up" and "Locked Out"
Mario Barnes - Dean of the University of Washington School of Law

The Death of Loreal Tsingine 
Theresa Rocha Beardall - Assistant Professor, Virginia Tech, Department of Sociology

Deadly Police Shootings as Wrongful Convictions
Valena Beety - Professor and Deputy Director of the Academy for Justice at the Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor School of Law

The Elusiveness of Self-Defense for the Black Transgender Community
Shawn Fields – Assistant Professor, Campbell University Law School

An Empirical Analysis of the Racial and Gender Differences That Remain in NYC Policing
Henry F. Fradella - Professor and Associate Director, Arizona State University School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Weston J. Morrow – Professor, University of Nevada, Reno, Department of Criminal Justice
Michael D. White - Professor and Associate Director, Arizona State University School of Criminology and Criminal Justice 

The Impact of Covid-19 in Prisons, Jails, and Detention Centers
Danielle C. Jefferis, Assistant Professor, California Western School of Law

Women of Color in Immigration Enforcement
Kit Johnson – Associate Professor, University of Oklahoma, College of Law

Anomalous Anatomies:  How the TSA Should Screen for Transgender People
John M. Kang - Professor at the University of New Mexico School of Law
Karissa J. Kang – LGBTQ Activist, Student at Emory College

Policing Race and Sex/Gender During the Pandemic
Elizabeth MacDowell, Professor and Director, Family Justice Clinic, UNLV

Enough! Eliminating Police Abuse of Individuals of Color with Disabilities
Ann C. McGinley, Professor and Co-Director, Workplace Law Program, UNLV

Juvenile Probation:  A Form of Family Regulation
Jyoti Nanda, Associate Professor, Golden Gate University Law School

Afterword:
Bibliography of Selected Race and Gender and Policing Articles 2011-20
Frank Rudy Cooper – Professor and Director of Race, Gender, and Policing Program, UNLV
Elizabeth Manriquez – Scholarly Communications Librarian, University of Wisconsin Law School Library