About the Center for Criminal Justice

The Center for Criminal Justice was launched by Brooklyn Law School in 2016 as a dynamic center that builds on the existing strengths of the school’s nationally recognized criminal law faculty and places the Law School at the center of critical conversations, education, and sharing of expertise on the most vital issues and topics in criminal justice law and policy today.

The new center sponsors timely and topical speakers and events, awards student and post-graduate fellowships, and provides CLE opportunities to criminal justice practitioners. The center will serve as a forum for scholarship and discussion in areas of criminal justice that have real-world impact in New York City and across the nation.

Watch all the sessions of our recent Professor Robert M. Pitler Program on Criminal Law, Procedure, Evidence & Ethics below.

Prof. Robert M. Pitler Annual Program on Criminal Law, Procedure, Evidence & Ethics

Watch the Prof. Robert M. Pitler Annual Program on Criminal Law, Procedure, Evidence & Ethics (CLE Program)

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Center for Criminal Justice

Co-Directors:
Stacy Caplow
Associate Dean of Professional Legal Education & Professor of Law
stacy.caplow@brooklaw.edu

Jocelyn Simonson
Assistant Professor of Law
jocelyn.simonson@brooklaw.edu