Professors Bravo and Silva Participate in Northeast People of Color Leadership Scholarship Conference
Professors Karen E. Bravo and Lahny R. Silva presented their research December 5 -7 during the 2013 Northeast People of Color (NEPOC) Leadership Scholarship Conference held in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and hosted by the University of Puerto of Rico School of Law. The theme of the conference, “Defining Vice: Evolving Standards of Morality, Law and Governance,” featured a collaboration of NEPOC and the University of Puerto Rico School of Law with the Society of American Law Teachers’s pipeline program reaching out to high school students. Professor Bravo shared her research as a panelist on “Marginalization in the Global Struggle Against Human Trafficking.” Professor Silva presented her research on the collateral consequences of felony convictions as a speaker on the panel “Have Drugs Won the War on Drugs?”
Bravo is a Dean’s Fellow and the inaugural Associate Dean for International Affairs at IU McKinney.
Silva is a Dean's Fellow and an associate professor of law. She joined the IU McKinney faculty in 2011.