Georgia Law Associate Dean Andrea Dennis gives online talk on “Rap on Trial” at Garden Court Chambers, London

Professor Andrea L. Dennis, who is the Associate Dean for Faculty Development and also the John Byrd Martin Chair of Law How here at the University of Georgia School of law, presented this month as part of an online seminar entitled ‘Black Lives Matter – challenging racist stereotypes in the justice system’. and sponsored by the Criminal Defence Team of Garden Court Chambers, a barristers’ set based in London, England.

Dennis presented in a session called “How the US and UK state criminalise Rap and how to combat it,” along with Erik Nielson, Professor of Liberal Arts at the University of Richmond and her co-author in an acclaimed 2019 book, Rap on Trial: Race, Lyrics, and Guilt in America (prior post), as well as several practitioners from the United States and the United Kingdom.

The YouTube recording of the event (screengrab above) is available here.

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