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10/19/21, 11:30 am – 1:00 pmPolice Reform from the Police PerspectiveVirtual MeetingThis session will feature three major topics shaping the current discussion on police reform: civilian oversight of police, collective bargaining and arbitration for law enforcement, and qualified immunity. In particular, we will discuss the role that the union plays in implementing changes to improve policing, such as those involving the creation of civilian review boards and proposed measures to limit qualified immunity. Finally, we will address the current debate over the delineation of power between unions and management, and in the context of police unions, what unions do and do not.Our speaker is Attorney Christopher R. Green. Attorney Green is an Associate with Crabbe, Brown & James. Mr. Green grew up in Dublin and received his legal training at The Ohio State University. His local roots and passion for Columbus continue the firm’s rich tradition in this city.While in law school, Mr. Green was a managing editor of the Ohio State Law Journal and trained at the local level in the public sector, federal level under a United States District Court Judge, and in the private sector. Mr. Green provides a unique and thoughtful perspective on all facets of a case.His practice focuses on all aspects of litigation—for both plaintiff and defense. In 2016, Mr. Green worked as a law clerk at Crabbe, Brown & James, thus his familiarity with the brand is well-established. Prior to joining the firm full-time, Mr. Green worked at a boutique litigation firm focusing on labor and employment matters.ModeratorMeeta Bass, COLERA President and Arbitrator/Mediator
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