COVID-19 and Criminal Trials: Lessons for the Future

COVID-19 and Criminal Trials: Lessons for the Future

10/16/20 11:30 a.m.12:30 p.m.  

In this year’s Prytanean lecture, Professor Andrea Roth will discuss the ways in which COVID-19 has affected criminal trials: the challenges, opportunities, and lessons for the future.

Each year, the Prytanean Society awards $25,000 to a nontenured woman faculty member who is selected on the basis of distinguished teaching, scholarly achievement, and success as a role model for students. The award recipients are among the very best of Berkeley professors in a variety of fields. Founded in 1900 at UC Berkeley, the Prytanean Society is the oldest women’s honor society in the United States. 

Speaker(s): 
Andrea Roth
Professor, Berkeley Law


Professor Roth is the 2017 Prytanean Faculty Enrichment Award recipient, a 2019 recipient of the Distinguished Teaching Award, and an expert on the topic of law and evidence.

Sponsored by: 
Prytanean Society
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