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Prosecutors as Leaders of Reform
There is a wave of new prosecutors redefining their role in youth justice. Gone are the days of measuring success in convictions and length of prison terms. Instead, these prosecutors are using the power they wield to lead significant reform movements by addressing issues of accountability and justice through a lens of fairness, equity and efficiency. Join three prosecutors from JDAI sites as they discuss their approach, the steps they’ve taken to implement change, and the challenges they’ve faced along the way.

Moderator:
Mark Soler,Executive Director, Center for Children’s Law and Policy

Faculty:
John Jordan, Juvenile Division Chief, Harris County (Texas)District Attorney’s Office
Robert Listenbee, First Assistant District Attorney, Philadelphia Office of the District Attorney
Philip Sanchez, Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, Juvenile Division, King County(Washington) Prosecuting Attorney’s Office

Feb 5, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

John Jordan
Juvenile Division Chief @Harris County District Attorney’s Office
Robert Listenbee
First Assistant District Attorney @Philadelphia Office of the District Attorney
Philip Sanchez
Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, Juvenile Division @King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office