January 20, 2021
The historic nationwide protests in response to systemic abusive police practices and racism have prompted painful reflection and renewed the long-standing question around the proper role of law enforcement in the US. This presentation will discuss the current landscape of reform efforts and political uncertainty; ideas for actions that can be taken by organizations to deliver a reform agenda and related ongoing Gibson Dunn projects.
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Marcellus McRae, Ben Wagner & Frances Waldmann
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