Featured Keynote for the 2017 Black Policy conference
Loretta E. Lynch
83rd Attorney General of the United States
Harvard College '81 and Harvard Law School '84
Christopher Robichaud (Moderator)
Lecturer in Ethics and Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
***THIS EVENT WILL BE TICKETED***
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Moderator Christopher Robichaud, Lecturer in Ethics and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, and former Attorney General of the United States, Harvard College graduate of the class of ’81 and Harvard Law School graduate of the class of ’84, Loretta E. Lynch, discuss the leadership lessons Attorney General Lynch took away from her positions in office, the need for communication and transparency between law enforcement and the judiciary and local citizens, the War on Drugs, the dynamic between the Trump Administration and the judiciary, and civil rights issues.