Event Listing: 1995 to 2015

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Conferences, workshops and distinguished speakers are among the events hosted by the Center. This page contains a list of past events hosted between 1994 and 2015.

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We welcome your interest in our events. For further information on past events, contact baldycenter@buffalo.edu 

Gallery of Selected Activities

  • 12/16/19
    The Spring 2016 conference examined how gender plays a role in the drug war as viewed by the varied disciplines that inform sociolegal studies.
  • 9/24/18
    Just over thirty years ago, David Engel published “The Oven Bird’s Song: Insiders, Outsiders, and Personal Injuries in an American Community” in Law and Society Review. Engel’s research revealed the attitudes that residents in a rural Illinois community brought to contested cultural issues regarding personal injury, dispute resolution, social change, and law. The article quickly became one of the signature contributions to the law and society movement, a kind of instant classic.
  • 12/27/18
    In examining New York’s drug policies, the conference will engage with an upcoming report by DPA and The New York Academy of Medicine: Blueprint for a Public Health Safety Approach to Drug Policy.  Drawing from disciplines such as public health, drug treatment, harm reduction, medicine, public safety, law, sociology and criminal justice, the conference will convene key political leaders, government officials, community organizations, leading academics, service providers, advocates and people directly impacted by the range of drug policies in New York State.
  • 9/24/18
    Michael A. Corriero is the Executive Director and Founder of the New York Center for Juvenile Justice. He served as the Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City from July 2008 to July 2010. The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters is to provide mentors to all children who need caring adult role models.