Harvard Negotiation Law Review
Redressing Harm Through Restorative Justice
February 5th to 7th, 2019 at Harvard Law School
The 2019 Harvard Negotiation Law Review Symposium will explore various applications of restorative justice in the U.S. criminal context as well as post-conflict contexts around the world. Particular attention will be given to the challenges of addressing power and trauma through restorative practices. We hope that you will be able to attend and bring your voice to the conversation. All events are free and open to the public (with food included):
4pm-5pm in WCCB015: Keynote Address by Dr. Carl Stauffer – “Restorative Justice: Transitional and Transformative Critiques”
5:30pm-7pm in WCC 1019: Keynote Panel on “Integrating Restorative Justice into the US Criminal Context”, with moderator Carl Stauffer and speakers Pierre Berastain, Erin Freeborn, Chris Moser, and Kaia Stern.
12pm-1pm in WCC 3019: Interactive Workshop with the Symbolic Reparations Research Project, focused on designing and implementing symbolic reparations.
11:45am-1pm in WCC 2012: Panel on “Using Restorative Practices to Address Communal Harm, Internationally”, with moderator Andrew Mamo and speakers Dr. Ronan Feehily, Thalia Gonzalez, and Libby Hoffman.
5pm-7pm in WCC 1010: Screening of “Fambul Tok” – a film about sustained truth telling circles in the wake of Sierra Leone’s civil war – with creator Libby Hoffman.
Thank you to all of our wonderful sponsors!