Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

Nicole Phillips to Speak at UC Hastings Wednesday, April 6

Rebuilding the Shaken Justice System in Haiti: Promoting the Rule of Law since the Earthquake, the Recent Elections and Aristide’s Return. San Francisco, CA


Who:
– Nicole Phillips,
IJDH Staff Attorney and assistant director for Haiti programs at USF’s Center for Law and Global Justice
– Father Jomanas Eustache
, the founder and Dean of École Supérieure Catholique de Droit de Jérémie (ESCDROJ), Hastings’ sister law school in Haiti
– Mark Danner
, author of Stripping Bare the Body: Politics Violence War; Contributor to The New York Review of Books; Chancellor’s Professor of Journalism and Politics, UC Berkeley
– Hastings Professors Karen Musalo and Richard Boswell will chair the panel, as founders of the Hastings-to-Haiti Partnership.
What: The earthquake in 2010 shook the Haitian justice system to its already-fragile core.  This panel discussion will feature three experts on the rule of law in Haiti.
Where: Room A., 198 McAllister St., UC Hastings College of the Law (Map)
When: Wednesday, April 6 at 5 p.m. for reception; event to begin at 5:30 p.m.
RSVPs are appreciated, but not required: hastingstohaiti@gmail.com, (510) 847-8901.

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