58 min

Reforming justice with Daniel Epstein Solving #MeToo

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In this episode Julia interviews Daniel Epstein, a lawyer and former candidate for the Illinois Supreme Court. 
Daniel and Julia discussed a number of the shortcomings of our current criminal justice system - especially in Illinois, but also around the country - as well as specific recommendations for reforming them. They discussed everything from cash bail to the widespread use of private arbitration courts and NDA's. 
As the conversation turned to a discussion of how to implement transformative justice inside of American workplaces, Daniel had a number of interesting recommendations. 
View the transcript or leave a comment on this episode here, on the Solving MeToo website. 
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Make a contribution here. 
Join the Solving #MeToo community: 
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In this episode Julia interviews Daniel Epstein, a lawyer and former candidate for the Illinois Supreme Court. 
Daniel and Julia discussed a number of the shortcomings of our current criminal justice system - especially in Illinois, but also around the country - as well as specific recommendations for reforming them. They discussed everything from cash bail to the widespread use of private arbitration courts and NDA's. 
As the conversation turned to a discussion of how to implement transformative justice inside of American workplaces, Daniel had a number of interesting recommendations. 
View the transcript or leave a comment on this episode here, on the Solving MeToo website. 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Would you like us to keep making more episodes like this one? 
Make a contribution here. 
Join the Solving #MeToo community: 
email: feedback@solvingmetoo.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/199718984507390/
Twitter: @Julia_Kline, @SolvingMeToo
#TheSMTPodcast, #SolvingMeToo 

58 min