Upcoming Presentations

(October – November 2015)

PopTech Science and Social Innovation Hybrid — Camden, Maine
October 14th – October 24th
“A convening of scientists and social innovators to share ideas and projects that are shaping the future.”

National Immigration Enforcement Convening — Phoenix, Arizona
October 14th – October 15th
“A convening of those who approach the work in innovative and creative ways, who are thinking about the intersection of criminalization and immigration enforcement, who work with directly affected communities, and who are interested in strategizing together against the next level of immigration enforcement.”

National Juvenile Defender Conference — Salt Lake City, Utah
October 23rd – October 25th
“The Juvenile Defender Leadership Summit brings together hundreds of juvenile defense attorneys from every state.”

National Lawyer’s Guild “Law for the People” Convention— Oakland, CA
October 23rd
“An annual gathering of legal professionals, law students, activists discussing racial justice, police accountability, international law, and more.”

Quality Representation Hosted by National Science Foundation and Albany Law School — Albany, New York
October 29th
“Dialogue on measurement, theory, and practice of quality representation.”

Net Impact — Seattle, Washington
November 5th –  November 7th
“Where student and professional leaders will come together to tackle the world’s toughest social and environmental problems.”

US Department of Justice’s Right to Counsel Consortium— Washington, D.C.
November 10th
“The mission of the consortium is to inform and engage policymakers, criminal justice stakeholders, and the community on the importance of carrying out the Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel.”

(To reach to ACJP/De-Bug for presentations on participatory defense, social biography media, or other aspects of the work email: info@siliconvalleydebug.org)

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