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2003 Stories

Boalt Hosts "Restorative Justice: Understanding and Working with Victims of Violent Crimes"
On Tuesday, February 18, Boalt Hall's Death Penalty Clinic is hosting "Restorative Justice: Understanding and Working with Victims of Violent Crimes." Tammy Krause, an associate of the Institute for Justice and Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University, will discuss her work as a victim liaison on behalf of defense counsel in numerous death penalty cases, including United States v. Timothy McVeigh. In her talk, Krause will discuss some of the enduring relationships she has established with members of victims' families.

Tammy Krause earned her masters through Eastern Mennonite University's Conflict Transformation Program. In 1999 she received a two-year Soros Justice Fellowship and was recently named an Ashoka Affiliate to continue her work and research as a victim liaison. She has worked in the justice field since 1988.

For more information, please contact Erin Campbell at 510-643-8010 or ecampbell@law.berkeley.edu.
(2/14/03)

 

 


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