Symposium: The Role of the "Victim" in the Criminal Legal System
This event is by invitation only.
About the Symposium
This closed small symposium will bring together criminal law scholars to interrogate the role of the “victim” in the criminal legal system. Who is labeled a victim and how does that impact outcomes and process? Where does the issue of victimization emerge, how is it received and what should the system’s response be? Resulting articles/essays will be published in a special issue of the Brooklyn Law Review.
Sponsored by Brooklyn Law School’s Center for Criminal Justice, Fordham Law School's Stein Center for Law and Ethics, and the Brooklyn Law Review.