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Interdisciplinary Approaches to Elder Justice: Unlocking the Potential of Restorative Practices

October 16, 2020 at 2:00pm6:00pm EDT

Virtual (See event details)

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A symposium of international and interdisciplinary experts in the fields of restorative justice and elder abuse designed to foster collaboration, exchange ideas, and develop best practices.

The program will feature presenters and accomplished practitioners from around the world in the fields of social work, law, medicine, nursing, government, and psychiatry.

Learn about cutting edge projects around the world, discuss the strengths and challenges of restorative models in this context, engage in small group discussions about best practices, and participate in the circle process.

Featured speakers include:

  • Jennifer Llewellyn, Professor of Law; Yogis and Keddy Chair in Human Rights Law, Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law, Halifax, Nova Scotia
  • Chris Marshall, Diana Unwin Chair in Restorative Justice, University of Victoria School of Government, Wellington, New Zealand


  • Professor Mary Helen McNeal, Syracuse University College of Law
  • Dr. Maria Brown, Syracuse University Aging Studies Institute

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This event was published on September 25, 2020.

Event Details

  • Category
  • Type
  • Region
  • Open to
    Campus Community
  • Cost
    Free, pre-registration is required
  • Group
    College of Law
  • Contact
    Mary Helen McNeal
  • Accessibility
    Contact Mary Helen McNeal to request accommodations