The Robina Institute is proud to present public events on a variety of criminal justice topics through our Robina In Conversation Series, our Annual Conference, and student-related events. The Institute follows the University of Minnesota Law School's mission of providing discipline-related public service to the legal community, scholars, students, and other stakeholders. Your support of the Robina Institute means that we can continue to offer thought-provoking conferences and conversations about important issues in criminal justice.
Recent selected events include:
- Robina In Conversation: Women in Prison in Minnesota: Voices of Hope from Within Prison Walls
- 2016 Annual Conference: Paying for the Past: The Consequences of Criminal Convictions
- Robina In Conversation: Racial Disparities in the Criminal Justice System
- Robina In Conversation: Kids Are Different: Juvenile Life Without Parole and Other Juvenile Justice Issues
- Conference: Criminal Justice and Mental Illness: Creating Alternatives in Minnesota
- 2015 Annual Conference: Divergent Worlds, Converging Worlds The Realties of Life on Probation and Parole