Prof. Barbara Fedders Presents her Scholarship and Conducts a Training for Judges

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Prof. Barbara Fedders

Professor Barbara Fedders recently presented a draft of her new article, “That School is For Thugs: Alternative Education and the Struggle for Educational Equity” at the Present and Future of Civil Rights Movements: Race and Reform in 21st Century America, Duke Center on Law, Race, and Politics. The conference brought together civil rights and critical race scholars, as well as practitioners, from around the country for a two-day meeting.  Fedders’ presentation was part of a panel on strategies for combatting the school-to-prison pipeline.

In addition, at the invitation of the UNC School of Government, Prof. Fedders conducted a session on pre-adjudication procedures in delinquency court as part of the North Carolina Judicial College. The training was aimed at providing novice and experienced district court judges with essential doctrinal and practical information for hearing undisciplined and delinquency cases.


Posted by Barbara A. Fedders on Wed. December 16, 2015 2:50 PM
Categories: Scholarship, Service
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