North Shore Community College (NSCC) invites the public to its annual free Law Day Lecture Thursday, April 18, 7:30 – 9:00 am. The lecture, sponsored by NSCC’s Paralegal and Criminal Justice Departments, will be held at the Danvers Campus, One Ferncroft Road, Math & Science building, room DS-119 and will be teleconferenced to NSCC’s Lynn Campus cafeteria, 300 Broad Street.
This year’s Law Day topic is Victims Rights and Restorative Justice. Keynote speaker, Karen Baratta, Concord Prison Outreach, has pursued her commitment to civil rights throughout her twenty-year professional career as a manager, mediator and investigator in several local, state and federal government agencies. She chairs the Board of Directors of Concord Prison Outreach (CPO) the oldest volunteer-driven prison education program in Massachusetts. CPO works cooperatively with the Massachusetts Department of Correction. With their guidance, CPO offers educational programs that build skills and support personal growth for life in prison and beyond.
The lecture is free and open to the public but seating is limited. For more information or to reserve your seat, contact Ann Koshivas, Criminal Justice Program at 978-762-4000, extension 5418 or firstname.lastname@example.org.