July 21, 2024 August 2, 2024
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI
How can you be the force for change in a dynamic world where the justice system constantly evolves? You can do so by exploring the world of Criminal Justice! Through immersive, hands-on learning experiences, you’ll not only comprehend the intricate workings of the criminal justice system but also discover its profound impact on society. This program offers an exciting opportunity for students to dive headfirst into the thrilling world of Law and advocacy, with a focus on constitutional issues, risk management, and the riveting complexities of both defense and prosecution within the realm of legal challenges. Get ready to make a real difference in the world of justice!
Meet your instructor
Dr. Laur Rubino
Dr. Laur Rubino received their Ph.D. at the School of Criminal Justice at the University of Cincinnati and received their M.S. and B.S. in criminal justice and B.A. in psychology at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. Their research focuses on inequities in the criminal/ juvenile legal system, voting rights of individuals in the legal system, program evaluation, wrongful convictions, the intersection of race/ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, and gender expression in the legal system, and LGBTQ+ individuals in the system.Learn more
Topics you'll explore
Hands on Learning
Embark on eye-opening excursions, potentially including visits to the local courthouse and police precincts, where you'll gain exclusive insights into the workings of the legal world.
Meet with law enforcement professionals, including lawyers, activists, and federal agents.