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The Restorative Justice Vote

Ollin Law

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT)

The Restorative Justice Vote

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Attorney   more info Oct 19, 2016 $235.50 $12.77
General Admission   more info Oct 19, 2016 $145.00 $8.24
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The Restorative Justice Vote

The Future of Restorative Justice Policies and the Effort to Create Healthier Communities Through Criminal Justice Reform

 

In response to the tumultuous political climate in the United States and uncertain future of hard-fought reforms to criminal justice law,Ollin Law, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit law firm based in Los Angeles, is pleased to announce “The Restorative Justice Vote,” a one-day conference in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday, October 19, 2016 that will convene attorneys, social justice activists, law enforcement professionals, and policymakers in advance of the November 8th presidential election.

 

The Restorative Justice Vote will add meaningful content on underserved communities directly impacted by restorative justice policies that might otherwise go unnoticed in the final weeks before the presidential election on November 8, 2016. The Honorable Tony Cárdenas, Member of Congress (CA-29) and longtime champion of juvenile justice reform, will deliver the keynote address. In addition, Connie L. Rice, Esq., prominent civil rights attorney and member of President Obama's Task Force on 21st Century Policing, and Los Angeles County Sheriff James McDonnell will hold a fireside chat on the future of constitutional policing and realignment.

 

Conference presentations will also include:

  • Healing Through Law: The emerging area of law practice that incorporates healing methods for clients who have experienced trauma and attorneys who want to prevent burnout.
  • Realignment Post-Prop. 47: Officials from law enforcement and the criminal justice system will discuss monumental policy shifts in prison sentencing and the implementation of Prop. 47 since its passing by California voters in November 2014.
  • Racial Disparities in Criminal Justice: An in-depth analysis and discussion on how the criminal justice system affects boys and men of color and shapes how they view themselves and society.
  • Restorative Justice on the Frontlines: Panel discussion on the implementation of restorative justice policies by legal aid and gang intervention organizations.
  • Decision 2016: A discussion on the prospects of the various restorative justice bills and ballot propositions that will be considered by lawmakers or voters in 2016.

 

Registration includes continental breakfast and catered lunch

 

Attorneys: Request for Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credits from the California Bar is under consideration.

 

The Restorative Justice Vote will take place in downtown Los Angeles on October 19, 2016

 


 

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

TITLE SPONSOR                                                                      $10,000

*Only One Package Available

  • Campaign naming rights: “The Restorative Justice Vote, Empowered by”
  • Logo placed in top-tier of all campaign material, website, social media, and signage
  • Premium placement of full-page color ad in conference program
  • 10 complimentary tickets for all conference events
  • Premium seating at morning and lunch plenary
  • Speaking opportunity during morning plenary program
  • Premium placement for exhibit table
  • Acknowledgment at lunch plenary program
  • Acknowledgment in at least 15 social media mentions across all platforms
  • Opportunity to present during one of the six breakout sessions

 

Champion of Justice SPONSOR                                        $5,000

*Only Three Packages Available

  • Premium placement of logo in all campaign material, website, social media, and signage
  • Premium placement of full-page color ad in conference program
  • 10 complimentary tickets for all conference events
  • Premium seating at morning and lunch plenary
  • Acknowledgment during morning and lunch plenary program
  • Premium placement for exhibit table
  • Acknowledgment in at least 10 social media mentions across all platforms
  • Opportunity to speak on one of the panel discussions

 

Freedom fighter SPONSOR                                               $2,500

  • Preferred placement of logo in all campaign material, website, social media, and signage
  • Preferred placement of full-page color ad in conference program
  • 5 complimentary tickets for all conference events
  • Preferred seating at morning and lunch plenary
  • Acknowledgment during morning and lunch plenary program
  • Preferred placement for exhibit table
  • Acknowledgment in at least 2 social media mentions across all platforms

 

Morning or Lunch Plenary Sponsor                           $2,000

  • Signage with logo at each table at morning and lunch plenary sessions to acknowledge sponsorship
  • Acknowledgment during the sponsored plenary program
  • 2 complimentary tickets with premium seating to sponsored plenary program

 

 

Additional Sponsorship Opportunities

  • Social Media Sponsor ("Live Updates Sponsored By") 

$1,500

  • Full Page Color Ad in Conference Program

$1,000

  • Half Page B/W Ad in Conference Program              

$500

  • Exhibit Table

$500

 

Contact Filiberto Gonzalez at fxg@soc-impact.com to secure your sponsorship package. Please make check payable to “Ollin Law,” a 501(c)(3) nonprofit org. Donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. 

 

 

 

Confirmed featured speakers include (partial list):

 

 

 


  • Jody David Armour, Esq.

    Jody David Armour, Esq.

    USC Roy P. Crocker

    Professor of Law

  • Orland Bishop

    Orland Bishop

    ShadeTree Multicultural Fdn.

    Executive Director

  • Fr. Greg J. Boyle, S.J.

    Fr. Greg J. Boyle, S.J.

    Homeboy Industries

    Founder

  • Hon. Tony Cardenas

    Hon. Tony Cardenas

    Member of Congress (CA-29)


  • Susan Daicoff, J.D., LL.M., M.S.

    Susan Daicoff, J.D., LL.M., M.S.

    Arizona Summit Law School

    Professor

  • Hon. Donna Quigley Groman

    Hon. Donna Quigley Groman

    Los Angeles Co. Juvenile Court

    Supervising Judge

  • Gina Amato Lough, Esq.

    Gina Amato Lough, Esq.

    Public Counsel

    Senior Staff Attorney

  • James McDonnell

    James McDonnell

    Los Angeles Sheriff's Dept.

    Sheriff

  • Jessica Price, Esq.

    Jessica Price, Esq.

    Sexual Violence/ Sexual Harassment Appeal Body

    Chair

  • Fernando Rejón

    Fernando Rejón

    Urban Peace Institute

    Director

  • Connie L. Rice, Esq.

    Connie L. Rice, Esq.

    Advancement Project

    Founding Co-Director

  • Luis J. Rodriguez

    Luis J. Rodriguez


    Poet Laureate of Los Angeles

  • Dr. Robert Ross

    Dr. Robert Ross

    The California Endowment

    CEO

  • Salomon Zavala

    Salomon Zavala

    Ollin Law

    Executive Director


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The Center for Healthy Communities
1000 N. Alameda Street
The California Endowment HQ
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT)


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Ollin Law

Ollin Law, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Los Angeles, founded in 2014. Ollin Law is a legal aid organization founded by survivors of communities defined by violence that seeks healing solutions to create a more just and healthy society.

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