Monday, October 1, 2007
Wake Forest University School of Law Crimprof Ron Wright delivered a lecture for the Hoffinger Criminal Justice colloquium at New York University. The Hoffinger lecture is a centerpiece of the criminal law program at the NYU School of Law, and is attended by leading scholars, practitioners, policymakers, and journalists in the New York City metropolitan area. Wright spoke about the election campaigns of District Attorneys. Based on his own original research and the research of Wake Forest law students, he explored alternatives for promoting the democratic legitimacy and accountability of prosecutors.