This two-day long conference will bring together advocates and technical experts to develop strategies to transition away from carceral economies and reduce carceral capacity.
Assistant Director of the Office of Public Interest Programs
- B.A. New York University, 2002
- J.D. Northwestern University School of Law, 2006
Andrew Whitcup is Assistant Director of the Office of Public Interest Programs and Lecturer in Law. He has taught Legal Research and Writing at UCLA School of Law. He also assists with the Bail Practicum and is a core faculty member of the David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law & Policy. Previously, he was a Staff Attorney at The Legal Aid Society in New York where he represented clients from arraignment to trial in Manhattan and The Bronx.
Whitcup received his B.A. in Sociology cum laude from New York University, and his J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law where he Participated in the Bluhm Legal Clinic and the Bartlit Trial Team.