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LJJP will host a series of panels throughout the year, open to everyone, to help reporters answer key questions about public safety.


How do you understand and analyze police data on crime? What are the root causes of violence, and what are the effective solutions to it? How do you cover a police shooting as it breaks? 


LLJP will be addressing topics such as: how criminal justice reporting perpetuates racism; navigating records requests; the intersection of DAs, police, sheriffs, mayors, city government and state agencies; interpreting crime data; developments in forensic science; and many more.


Panels bring together seasoned reporters and subject matter experts, such as Robert Greene (LA Times), Maurice Chammah (Marshall Project), and Astead Herndon (New York Times), and allow time for questions from participants to work through pressing issues they are having in their work.

Follow us on LJJP's Twitter for upcoming panel sessions and events!

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Upcoming Events


Password for all recordings: LJJProject#0

Featuring Professor Angela Davis, Jamelle Bouie, James Trainum; moderated by Cherri Gregg
Original air date: 5/1/2023

Featuring David Ayala, Daniel Forkkio; moderated by Premal Dharia
Original air date: 2/3/2023

Featuring Mensah Dean, Josie Duffy Rice, Jessica Pishko; moderated by Bethany Young
Original air date: 1/19/2023

Featuring Maurice Chammah, Jessica Schulberg, Jennifer Tayler; moderated by Julia Brown
Original air date: 12/7/2022

Featuring Keri Blakinger, Chris Halsne, and Josh Vaughn; moderated by Emily Balezon
Original air date: 11/16/2022

Featuring Radley Balko; moderated by Emily Balezon
Original air date: 11/12/2022

Featuring Jenny Gathright, John Watson, Harry Hairston; moderated by Cherri Gregg
Original air date: 11/2/2022

Featuring John Pfaff; moderated by Emily Balezon
Original air date: 10/11/2022


Questions about the Law & Justice Journalism Project or our Team? Send us a message and we'll get back to you soon!

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