Supreme Court Talk
Pena Rodriguez v. Colorado
Hold the Door No More? The Supreme Court Revisits Racial Bias in Jury Deliberations
A Discussion with
Professor Joel Samuels
Monday, March 27
12:40-1:40 pm Classroom 236
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