A conversation with Sally Yates, Esq of King & Spalding, Former Deputy Attorney General conducted by Steve Bunnell, Esq of O'Melveny & Myers LLP, Former General Counsel of the US Department of Homeland Security.
Please join us as we celebrate the vision of our founders and 25 years of social justice successes.
Located four floors above Mi Vida at the heart of the Wharf, La Vie offers a seafood-centric Mediterranean menu, floor-to-ceiling windows, a canopy of chandeliers, and a 1,100-square-foot terrace overlooking the Washington Channel.
Join us in this beautiful space to celebrate the vision of our founders and for a conversation with Sally Yates, Esq of King & Spalding, Former Deputy Attorney General conducted by Steve Bunnell, Esq of O'Melveny & Myers LLP, Former General Counsel of the US Department of Homeland Security.
On Wednesday, April 10, Appleseed hosted its third "Seeds of Learning" event at the Festival Center in DC. We were excited to welcome Kriston McIntosh and Jay Shambaugh from the Brookings Institution's Hamilton Project, as well as moderator Rebecca Gould from Nebraska Appleseed, to discuss using evidence-based policy proposals and analysis to promote broad economic growth.
Appleseed Centers all over the US and Mexico are working hard – and receiving excellent press coverage for their work.
Last month, we featured the work of Missouri Appleseed and this month we are proud to share that Massachusetts Appleseed's own Deborah Silva was quoted in the most recent issue of the ABA Journal. Silva was interviewed for an article discussing court bans on electronic devices: “‘It's a real barrier to access to justice. The burden of this policy really falls to those who can't afford to hire an attorney.’"
You are Invited…
Seeds of Learning Series
Please join us on April 10, 2019 for an open conversation on how to most effectively deploy research to advance state and local policy change with Kriston McIntosh and Jay Shambaugh of the Brookings Institution’s Hamilton Project. The Hamilton Project produces evidence-based policy proposals and analyses to promote broad economic growth that benefits more Americans. The conversation will be moderated by Nebraska Appleseed Executive Director Becky Gould and we will be joined by Board members and Center staff from around the Appleseed Network.
On February 27th, 2019, the Appleseed Network held their second Seeds of Learning Event at Teddy & the Bully Bar for a conversation with former DOJ Office for Access to Justice head, Maha Jweied on access to justice. Read more about the event below.
As you may remember, in our September 2018 Newsletter we spotlighted the work of Missouri Appleseed, the newest Center in the Appleseed Network, launched in November 2017. In this short time, the Center has contributed greatly to criminal justice reform in the state of Missouri and has been cited twice in the last couple of weeks by the St.Louis Post-Dispatch (see below).
We are very excited to share the work with you. As always, thanks for the support!
Missouri Appleseed is currently engaged in three projects working with professors and students from three different schools within St. Louis University.
Welcome to the latest edition of Appleseed’s newsletter! In this issue, you can find updates about the latest meeting of the Appleseed Network, our first Seeds of Learning Series event which was held last October, our Annual Golf Classic held last September, and read a spotlight on Kansas Appleseed’s work, and much more.
As always, thanks so much for being a supporter of Appleseed and let us know if you have any questions.
Appleseed has focused on access to justice for 25 years. Protecting judicial integrity, improving the operation and structure of courts, and offering resources to pro se litigants are at the forefront of Appleseed’s work to promote justice. This work is not finished. Join us to learn about the latest developments and discuss new justice initiatives we can support.
On 12/5/18, Princeton AlumniCorps and Appleseed hosted a webinar presentation and Q & A on the topic of “Care for the Caregivers” of undocumented and displaced people. This webinar was the 3rd in a series as part of a partnership between Princeton AlumniCorps and Appleseed, funded by the Hewlett Foundation, which aims to promote network-based collaboration on issues facing immigrants and refugees.