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Criminal Justice Reform Panel Discussion

In recognition of Law Day which falls on Sunday, May 1st, Georgia State University School of Law hosted several events throughout the month of April. On Wednesday, April 6, Superior Court of Fulton County Judges Ural Glanville and GSU Law alumnus Shawn LaGrua participated on a panel discussing criminal justice reform for members of the Criminal Law Society. Joining them on the panel included Magistrate Court of Fulton County Chief Judge Cassandra Kirk, Thomas Worthy, who's a member of the Georgia Council on Criminal Justice Reform, and LaTisha Dear Jackson of Thomas Kennedy Sampson & Tompkins.

Superior Court Judge Shawn LaGrua answers a student question
(Left to Right) Superior Court Judge Shawn LaGrua answers a student question as Thomas Worthy, Superior Court Judge Ural Glanville, Attorney LaTisha Dear Jackson, and Magistrate Court Chief Judge Cassandra Kirk participate as members of the Criminal Justice Reform panel.

Magistrate Court of Fulton County Chief Judge Cassandra Kirk answers questions
Magistrate Court of Fulton County Chief Judge Cassandra Kirk answers questions from the audience regarding criminal justice reform specifically relating to juveniles.

Panel Members
Panel Members take a group photo. (Left to Right) Thomas Worthy, LaTisha Dear Jackson, Superior Court of Fulton County Judges Ural Glanville and GSU Law alumnus Shawn LaGrua, and Magistrate Court of Fulton County Chief Judge Cassandra Kirk.

Panel Members
Panel members answered criminal justice reform questions from an audience of first year law students at Georgia State University School of Law during Law Week events.







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