Law and Reorder

A panel discussion exploring how New York State and federal lawmakers have enacted reforms in response to Black Lives Matter protests.



Yung-Mi Lee
Director of Law, Criminal Defense Practice, Brooklyn Defender Services

Yung-Mi Lee is a director of law in the Criminal Defense Practice at the Brooklyn Defender Services. She has practiced as a criminal defense attorney in New York and New Jersey for more than 25 years. She has been active in representing the defense perspective on New York State legislative issues, including advocacy and education at the State and City level for policy accountability, bail reform, and discovery reform.


Mark C. Niles
Professor of Law, Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University

Professor Niles is an expert in civil procedure, constitutional law, administrative law and governmental liability. He has written extensively on diverse topics including Ninth Amendment, federal tort liability, airline security regulation, the impact of dramatic public events on the evolution of regulatory administration, the social and legal consequences of pre-crime incarceration, the depiction of law and justice in American popular culture and tort liability for prosecutorial misconduct.

Michael Sisitzky
Lead Policy Counsel, New York Civil Liberties Union

Michael Sisitzky is lead policy counsel in the Advocacy Department. He leads the department’s police transparency and accountability campaign, and his portfolio also includes work in the area of privacy and technology.



Elizabeth M. Nevins
Associate Clinical Professor of Law and Attorney-in-Charge, Criminal Justice Clinic, Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University 

DateFriday, June 19, 2020

Time: 1-2 pm 

Location: Held Via Zoom; Advance registration required


Registration is required. Registrants will be emailed a link to the Zoom session the morning of the event.

Free and open to the public.


Friday, June 19, 2020



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