Racial Fairness and the Courts: A Discussion with the ABA President and the Chief Justices of Missouri, South Carolina, and the Chief Judge of the District of Columbia

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August 31, 2020

American Bar Association President Patricia Lee Refo will facilitate a discussion with Chief Justice George Draper of Missouri, Chief Justice Donald Beatty of South Carolina, and Chief Judge of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals Anna Blackburne-Rigsby on how the court can improve racial fairness and the administration of justice. During this discussion, the panel of thought leaders will discuss how Black Lives Matter is impacting the courts; how systemic racism affects the courts, and the proper response of judicial officers consistent with the ABA Model Code of Judicial Conduct.

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American Bar Association President Patricia Lee Refo will facilitate a discussion with Chief Justice George Draper of Missouri, Chief Justice Donald Beatty of South Carolina, and Chief Judge of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals Anna Blackburne-Rigsby on how the court can improve racial fairness and the administration of justice. During this discussion, the panel of thought leaders will discuss how Black Lives Matter is impacting the courts; how systemic racism affects the courts, and the proper response of judicial officers consistent with the ABA Model Code of Judicial Conduct.

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