Private Sector / Philanthropy
Two Day Course•
This two-day course covers the legal foundations and best practices in pretrial justice through a racial equity lens. Next session starts November 8.
This eight-hour class—spread out over two days—covers the legal foundations and best practices in pretrial justice through a racial equity lens. You'll have the opportunity to reflect on your local policies and practices; discuss how the field is evolving through litigation, research, and advocacy efforts; and identify opportunities for system improvement.
Community advocates, public officials, practitioners working with the pretrial population at the state and/or local level—or anyone else seeking to influence pretrial justice. If you want to contribute to a pretrial process that advances equity, supports people safely in the community and closes the front door to mass incarceration, this class is for you.
About Our Pricing: PJI uses a tiered pricing structure to acknowledge differences in accessibility while reflecting the value and cost of our courses. We also offer a 20% discount for groups of 5 or more. To register your group, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
November 8 & 9 @ 12-4PM ETEnroll Today
Plan to set aside at least two hours in advance to review the pre-course work—and log in early if you need tech support! You'll get the most out of class if you participate on camera.
Senior Associate, Local Change Work