Jedediah Mannis is a lawyer and the founder and minister of the Outdoor Church of Cambridge. Mannis ministers and provides pro-bono legal services to homeless and street-involved men and women in Cambridge. Join us to hear him speak about the intersection of homelessness and the law.
A Talk with Andrew Ferguson, author of The Rise of Big Data Policing: Surveillance, Race, and the Future of Law Enforcement
After spending 38 years in prison for a crime he did not commit, Frederick Clay was exonerated and released this summer. Come hear Frederick tell his story. Joining him will be his attorneys Lisa Kavanaugh and Jeff Harris.
Come hear Aramis Ayala, the first elected African-American state attorney in Florida, discuss her life, career, and vision for the role of prosecutors in the 21st Century. Moderated by Dehlia Umunna, Deputy Director of the Criminal Justice Institute.