Event Title

Punishment and Restoration in Los Angeles - VIDEO

Event Type

Talk

Location

Hilton 100

Streaming Media

Start Date

22-10-2013 4:30 PM

End Date

22-10-2013 6:00 PM

Description

Moderated by Laurie Levenson, Professor of Law, and David W. Burcham Chair in Ethical Advocacy, Loyola Law School

This event was followed by a reception in St. Robert's Auditorium

Jackie Lacey, Los Angeles County District Attorney

District Attorney Jackie Lacey has spent most of her professional life as a prosecutor, manager and executive in the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. On Dec. 3, 2012, she was sworn in as District Attorney. Ms. Lacey oversees roughly 1,000 lawyers, nearly 300 investigators and about 800 support staff employees. She is the first woman and first African-American to serve as Los Angeles County District Attorney since the office was created in 1850. A graduate of the University of Southern California Law School, Ms. Lacey joined the largest local prosecutorial office in the nation in 1986 as a deputy district attorney. While serving as a deputy district attorney, she prosecuted hundreds of serious criminal cases. Ms. Lacey won national attention for her successful prosecution of the county’s first race-based hate crime murder. Ms. Lacey was recognized by the U.S. Department of Justice in May 2000 for prosecuting this case. Also, Ms. Lacey twice was selected as Deputy District Attorney of the Month by her peers.

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Oct 22nd, 4:30 PM Oct 22nd, 6:00 PM

Punishment and Restoration in Los Angeles - VIDEO

Hilton 100

Moderated by Laurie Levenson, Professor of Law, and David W. Burcham Chair in Ethical Advocacy, Loyola Law School

This event was followed by a reception in St. Robert's Auditorium

Jackie Lacey, Los Angeles County District Attorney

District Attorney Jackie Lacey has spent most of her professional life as a prosecutor, manager and executive in the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. On Dec. 3, 2012, she was sworn in as District Attorney. Ms. Lacey oversees roughly 1,000 lawyers, nearly 300 investigators and about 800 support staff employees. She is the first woman and first African-American to serve as Los Angeles County District Attorney since the office was created in 1850. A graduate of the University of Southern California Law School, Ms. Lacey joined the largest local prosecutorial office in the nation in 1986 as a deputy district attorney. While serving as a deputy district attorney, she prosecuted hundreds of serious criminal cases. Ms. Lacey won national attention for her successful prosecution of the county’s first race-based hate crime murder. Ms. Lacey was recognized by the U.S. Department of Justice in May 2000 for prosecuting this case. Also, Ms. Lacey twice was selected as Deputy District Attorney of the Month by her peers.