Thursday, April 11, 2019 from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM MST
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Room 164 (Ares Auditorium) 
1201 E. Speedway
Tucson, AZ 85721-0176

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Ernestina Taleb 
University of Arizona James E Rogers College of Law 

Judicial Forbearance Advocacy: Conflict and Mediation in Iranian Criminal Courts - a discussion by Dr. Arzoo Osanloo 

In collaboration with the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, the James E. Rogers College of Law presents: "Judicial Forbearance Advocacy: Conflict and Mediation in Iranian Ciminal Courts" with Dr. Arzoo Osanloo. A legal anthropologist who holds a JD from Washington College of Law and PhD in cultural anthropology from Stanford University, Dr. Arzoo Osanloo explores Iran’s victim-centered criminal justice system through an examination of judges’ roles in mediation and further reflects on the relationship between forbearance and rights in criminal justice.