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Terms of Art: How Visual Communication is Transforming Legal Advocacy

April 22, 2017
1:20pm  -  1:35pm
Gallery 400 Lecture Room

The law is an ever-present force in our lives, but its relationship to justice is constantly in flux. In this talk, Graphic Advocacy Project founder Hallie Jay Pope explores the benefits and limitations of using visual communication to transform law into a more just and democratic enterprise. Using examples of her own work, she discusses why the integration of art and law is crucial to the evolution of social justice legal advocacy.

2017  2017 — Chicago  JUSTICE  Open Platform