Scholars from North America and the European Union will meet for UNC’s sixth annual conference on the future of adversarial systems. This event will take place at UNC-Chapel Hill’s Frank Porter Graham Student Union on Friday, April 11 (9 AM-5 PM) and Saturday, April 12 (9 AM-12 PM). There will also be a pre-conference for young scholars on April 10.
The main conference will address juvenile justice from a comparative point of view, while the pre-conference will address juvenile justice in transnational and international law. In regards to a comparative context, this includes acknowledged distinctions between juvenile and adult criminal offenders; the approach to prevention of juvenile delinquency; the minimum age of criminal responsibility; the extent to which minors require different and additional procedural rights to adults; and developments in non-formal approaches to juvenile crime.
Admission for UNC students is free, for non-UNC students is $15, and for general admission (no CLE credit) is $40. The registration fee includes refreshments, Friday lunch and program materials. Those interested in attending the conference can click on this link to register. If you are interested in the conference, but you are unable to attend, please email email@example.com for information about the conference’s live webcast. Registration questions can be sent to Lance Westerlund at firstname.lastname@example.org , and any other questions regarding the conference can be sent to Professor Michael L. Corrado at email@example.com.