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NACDL News: Interns and Law Clerks Attend Criminal Justice Lunch Series
By Ivan J. Dominguez and Isaac Kramer
NACDL News columns.
As part of its summer intern program, NACDL hosted a series of four educational lunches for its interns and law clerks and interns from other organizations focused on criminal justice. At each of the lunches, NACDL policy staff presented on an important topic in criminal justice, including overcriminalization, indigent defense, the death penalty, federal sentencing, and domestic drones. The lunches were designed to be both informative and engaging, with questions and discussion following each presentation. NACDL National Security and Privacy Counsel Mason Clutter and Indigent Defense Counsel John Gross planned and organized the lunches. The U.S. Marshals Service, the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, the Association of Corporate Counsel, the Pro Bono Institute, the ACLU, Koch Companies Public Sector, LLC, and the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights were among the many organizations to send interns.
In addition to these four lunches, on Aug. 5 NACDL hosted a panel
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