The Recorder has collaborated with students enrolled in Reimagining Criminal Justice, a seminar at Golden Gate University School of Law, to publish this series of student writings. This next generation of lawyers explore a broad range of topics touching on criminal and racial justice, and provide their perspectives and voices on myriad proposals for building a better, more just, system.


Submissions from 2020


Reimagining Criminal Justice: The Lasting Effects of the 3 Strikes Law and Proposition 20, Markie Flores


Reimagining Criminal Justice: The Violence of Incarceration in the Midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic, Tammy Henson