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Virtual Symposium on COVID-19 and Vulnerable Populations

The coronavirus pandemic has powerfully and tragically harmed vulnerable peoples across the United States, from Native Americans in rural communities, to detainees in immigration detention centers and people incarcerated in confined spaces, to individuals with mental and physical disabilities. The Academy for Justice at Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, in conjunction with the Arizona State Law Journal Online, is hosting this Virtual Symposium on COVID-19 and Vulnerable Populations to examine and challenge the pre-existing, health-harming legal and policy obstacles that are exacerbating the danger of the COVID-19 national health crisis to vulnerable populations. On December 14, 2020, authors will discuss their ideas and essays in roundtable discussions followed by Q&A sessions open to the public and a keynote presentation.

Date
Monday, December 14, 2020 - 10:00am to 2:00pm
Campus: 
Online
Location: 
Online
Department: 
ASU Law Academy for Justice
Contact: 
Dawn Walton