Judge Steve Leben sits on the Kansas Court of Appeals. He and I have co-authored a number of articles on procedural fairness and founded the Procedural Fairness web site. Steve posted this on the web site today and I thought I would pass it on:
by Steve Leben
The Center for Court Innovation has published a new book with 27 interviews with leaders around the country in procedural justice. The book is called To Be Fair: Voices About Procedural Justice, hot off the presses and also posted on the web. The book has a foreword from Prof. Tom Tyler and CCI deputy director Emily LaGratta.
As part of the book’s launch, CCI is hosting a live-streamed panel discussion on Friday, April 21, 2017 (9:30-10:30 a.m. EDT). I’m pleased to be part of that discussion, which will also include:
– Barbara Marcille, Multnomah County (OR) Circuit Court
– Melba Pearson, American Civil Liberties Union of Florida
If you’d like to join us this Friday morning (9:30-10:30 a.m. EDT) for the procedural-justice panel discussion, Here’s the direct link. Emily LaGratta will be moderating.
Whether you join us or not, the book may be of interest. Those interviewed include judges, court administrators, prosecutors, defense attorneys, and judicial-performance evaluators.