Via the Harvard Law Review Forum
Clinic alum and supervisor to HLS 2015 spring break pro bono trip students, Alec Karakatsanis J.D. ’08 writes about the American policing and incarceration system.
“It did not surprise me that almost every child in the D.C. public high school class raised a hand when I asked if any of them had been stopped and searched by the police,” he begins.
Continue reading his full commentary, Policing, Mass Imprisonment, and the Failure of American Lawyers here.
Filed in: In the News
Contact Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs