Richmond Criminal Justice Forum

The Richmond Criminal Justice Forum (RCJF) is a new co-curricular program at the University of Richmond School of Law created for the purpose of inspiring and equipping students to pursue fulfilling careers in the criminal justice field. Directed by Professor Dave Johnson and supported by a student advisory board, the RCJF also serves the larger law community by providing engaging programming on a host of criminal justice related topics that foster important discussions about issues that impact us all.

Forum Events

  • November

    Prosecutor Internships/Careers

    Nov. 14, 12-1pm in Room 101

    Join panelists Colette McEachin (Richmond Commonwealth’s Attorney), Gray Collins (Colonial Heights Commonwealth’s Attorney), Lorrin Freeman (Wake County, NC District Attorney), and Billy West (Cumberland County, NC District Attorney) for a discussion about prosecutor internships and careers.

    Pizza will be served, but please bring your own drink.