Angela Gover, a professor at the University of Colorado at Denver, will moderate the “Culture in Colorado’s Courts” discussion event on Wed., March 20.

Hosted by the University’s School of Public Affairs, the discussion, a part of a larger series on criminal justice, will feature guest speakers Beth McCann, Denver’s District Attorney, and Matthew Kirsch, First Assistant U.S. Attorney.

Focusing on how the diverse peoples and places in Colorado affect court operations, the discussion is intended to give both local and national perspectives on the impacts of cultures in courts.

The discussion will begin at 5:30 p.m. at 1380 Lawrence St. in the Terrace Room at the University of Colorado at Denver. Appetizers and refreshments are provided, and the event is free. For more information click here.