Thank you for sticking with the Criminal Injustice System throughout this academic year. I am so grateful for your interaction and contributions to this project.
This blog started as an effort to bring discussion on issues of race and social justice to the forefront of our community. Instrumental in this endeavor were Emily Bolan, Daniel Horton, and Professor King-Ries. The efforts of Emily and Daniel in creating this platform will leave a lasting impact long after they have graduated thanks to their firm commitment to raising awareness of these issues in this law school and surrounding legal community. I am very grateful to have worked with them on this project. I also extend the sincerest appreciation to Professor King-Ries for incorporating this platform into his 1L Criminal Law class and his unwavering support while we put this blog together. An additional thank you to everyone who has contributed written work to the Criminal Injustice System and all those who have put in time editing pieces. Your time is invaluable and I thank you for sharing it with all of us!
Congratulations on making it to the end of this academic school year. To those of you who finished your final semester, an extra congratulations. Please allow yourself well-deserved pride in your accomplishments. Graduates, this platform always welcomes you as part of our community.
We will start back on our weekly publication schedule at the beginning of the fall 2021 semester. If you would like to submit a post over the summer months you are welcome (and encouraged) to do so! I look forward to reading your work:)
For graduating 3Ls who will no longer be using their University of Montana email addresses, please provide me (email@example.com) with a different account if you would like to continue receiving weekly emails next year.
Have a great and safe summer!
Thank you all for your time.