"Workshop debunks legal system, reveals expungement" - in Roosevelt Torch
Recently, Roosevelt University held a workshop for its students featuring a panel of several local attorneys knowledgable on current issues on sealing criminal records. CGLA's Beth Johnson was among the panelists who educated the students on what qualifies as a sealable offense and how a background can impact chances for employment and housing. Attendees were encouraged to know their rights, help change unfair legislation that can lead to housing and employment discrimination, and educate their peers on the issue. Read the full story HERE.