Getting our juries to reflect our diverse population so people are judged by their peers has been a struggle for many states. This panel will discuss how a jury selection process impacts the goal of achieving a diverse panel and what specific factors have stood in the way of that goal or have helped achieve a more inclusive jury. Specific jury engagement practices that can enhance the inclusion of eligible members from diverse communities will be addressed.
- Prof. Nina Chernoff, CUNY School of Law
- Dr. Betty L. Campbell, Commissioner of Jurors, Westchester, New York
Moderator: Judge Sharon Greer, Iowa Court of Appeals
This is the second of five webinars in the Toolbox for Understanding and Solving the Diverse Jury Problem Webinar Series. Join us for the following sessions later this month:
- Criminal history exclusions and jury diversity, June 10
- Implicit bias and juror decision making, June 17
- Jury selection: Beyond intentional racial bias, June 30
This webinar series is presented by the Blueprint for Racial Justice Systemic Change Work Group.