About us

  • Advocates for more criminal law based classes, especially those that are skill-oriented.
  • Creates dialogue and discussion on novel social justice issues in prosecution.
  • Creates a network of prosecutor internships, Rule 9's, and potential jobs upon graduation for students passionate about prosecution and criminal justice reform.
  • Actively seeks practitioners to speak on criminal law issues or reforms. Contact us if you are interested in attending events or would like to fill research or internship positions with our students.

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2023-2024 Board members


Kristin DiBiase
Associate Dean,
Student Life, Diversity & Inclusion

Sullivan Hall 210E