Professor Donald Tibbs will speak at Louisiana State University Law Center’s George W. & Jean H. Pugh Institute for Justice on Sept. 14.
Tibbs will serve on a panel discussing “Policing, Police Brutality and the Black Community” at the institute, which convenes educational events for the public and partners with Louisiana Law Review to sponsor symposia.
He joins Professor Katherine MacFarlane of the University of Idaho School of Law and Professor Jose Torres of LSU on the panel.
An expert in legal history and criminal law, Tibbs organized a symposium on race and policing in 2017. He is the co-author of “The Bend in the End: What Stock Market Analysis Can Teach Us About Disruptive Innovations in Criminal Defense Practice,” which appeared in the Mercer Law Review, and “Requiem for LaQuan McDonald: Policing as Punishment and Abolishing Reasonable Suspicion,” which was published in Temple Law Review.