The Lumen Christi Institute, Georgetown University, and the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development

present

The Catholic Criminal Justice Reform Network
Inaugural Invitational Conference

Thursday-Friday, April 28-29, 2022
The Georgetown University Law Center

 

REGISTRATION COMING SOON
 



Calling on all network members, scholars, practitioners, those impacted by our system, and clergy, to join us in a forum where your voice will be heard and you will hear from others in a conference grounded in prayer, our common devotion to the Gospel, and the teachings of the Church.
 

A curated two-day dialogue between diverse participants.
 

Daily schedule TBA. Meals included. Thursday and Friday include round-table dialogue sessions, fellowship and networking, and Mass.
 

ACCOMODATIONS
Room blocks have been reserved at the following hotels. Please follow the links below to receive the group rate:

  • Phoenix Park Hotel
    • 0.2 miles to law center
    • $259 single/$279 double per night
    • Book by March 24, 2022
    • Call and mention Lumen Christi Institute or book online with group code 24064.
  • Double Tree Crystal City
    • 4 miles to law center
    • $169 per night
    • Book by March 28
    • Call 1-800-HILTONS or book online.
  • YOTEL Washington D.C.
    • 0.2 miles to law center
    • $279 per night
    • Book by February 26
    • Use the group booking code 2204THELUM or book online.
  • ​​Hilton Garden Inn Arlington/Courthouse Plaza
    • 1.5 miles to law center
    • $149 per night
    • Book by April 6, book online here or by calling 800-774-1500.


We are also seeking to arrange low-cost accommodations at local religious guest houses. Details forthcoming.


Please send any questions to CCJRN@lumenchristi.org. Our new Program Coordinator, Tamiko Russell, will respond to your inquiry.
 


 

The Catholic Criminal Justice Reform Network is grateful for the co-sponsorship of the following institutions:

Georgetown University Law Center, Notre Dame Law School, Boston College Law School, Fordham University School of Law, Loyola University Chicago Law School, University of St. Thomas School of Law, The Hank Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage, The Institute on Religion, Law, and Lawyer’s Work at Fordham University School of Law, Center on Race, Law, and Justice at Fordham University School of Law, Catholic Lawyers Guild of Chicago, Catholic Prison Ministry Coalition, Kolbe House Jail Ministry, Thrive For Life, the Catholic Mobilizing Network, the Haywood Burns Institute, and Santa Clara University School of Law.