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CJR Scholarship Workshop: "Punishing Disobedience," featuring Prof. Cynthia Godsoe, Brooklyn Law School

CJR Scholarship Workshop: "Punishing Disobedience," featuring Prof. Cynthia Godsoe, Brooklyn Law School

Register here: https://bit.ly/3iQJIch

A more detailed description and abstract for this presentation are forthcoming. 

Professor Cynthia Godsoe teaches courses in family law, criminal law, children and the law, professional responsibility and public interest lawyering. She is the Director of the Edward V. Sparer Public Interest Law Fellowship and the Marsha Garrison Family Law and Policy Fellowship programs. Her scholarship centers on the regulation of intimate behavior and gender roles through family and criminal law, encompassing topics including the path to marriage equality, the designation of victims and offenders in intimate violence, and the criminalization of non-conforming girls. Her recent work has appeared in the Yale Law Journal ForumTulane Law Review, and California Law Review Circuit, among others. The media, including The New York Times and Time Magazine, have consulted Professor Godsoe on juvenile justice and family law issues.

Before joining the Brooklyn Law School faculty, Professor Godsoe represented children and youth in impact litigation and individual cases in juvenile justice, education and child protection matters as an attorney at the Legal Aid Society’s Juvenile Rights Division and Advocates for Children, among others. Following law school, she clerked for Judge Edward Korman in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York and was a Skadden Public Interest Fellow. She was chair of the Juvenile Justice Committee of the New York City Bar from 2008-2011 and continues to participate in pro bono work on a variety of children's rights issues. Professor Godsoe teaches courses in family law, criminal law, children and the law, professional responsibility, and public interest lawyering. She is the Director of the Edward V. Sparer Public Interest Law Fellowship and the Marsha Garrison Family Law and Policy Fellowship programs. Her scholarship centers on the regulation of intimate behavior and gender roles through family and criminal law, encompassing topics including the path to marriage equality, the designation of victims and offenders in intimate violence, and the criminalization of non-conforming girls. Her recent work has appeared in the Yale Law Journal ForumTulane Law Review, and California Law Review Circuit, among others. The media, including The New York Times and Time Magazine, have consulted Professor Godsoe on juvenile justice and family law issues.

Before joining the Brooklyn Law School faculty, Professor Godsoe represented children and youth in impact litigation and individual cases in juvenile justice, education and child protection matters as an attorney at the Legal Aid Society’s Juvenile Rights Division and Advocates for Children, among others. Following law school, she clerked for Judge Edward Korman in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York and was a Skadden Public Interest Fellow. She was chair of the Juvenile Justice Committee of the New York City Bar from 2008-2011 and continues to participate in pro bono work on a variety of children's rights issues.

Register here: https://bit.ly/3iQJIch

The CJR Workshop Series offers a virtual forum for academics to share criminal justice works-in-progress with an audience of academics and practitioners. Seats are limited so registration is required. 

Date:
Wednesday, November 3, 2021
Time:
2:00pm - 3:15pm

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