Criminal Justice Reform

The Social Justice Hub Criminal Justice Reform team works to promote awareness and change related to social justice issues in the criminal justice system. Apply for leadership positions here,


Meetings take place on Mondays at 6:00 p.m. every other week during the semester. Spring semester meetings are Mondays, February 13, February 27, March 20, April 3, April 17, and May 1.

Meetings can be accessed in person at the Social Justice Hub office (2nd Floor Union South) or over zoom here.

At these meetings, we discuss criminal justice topics, hold events with campus and community partners, and research for our newsletter. Some items we have researched include wrongful convictions, people of color in law, and local organizations involved in reducing recidivism. 

Members are invited to pursue any social justice-related issues in the criminal justice system that are of interest. Meet fellow students interested in reforming the criminal justice system, have your ideas heard, and learn how to be more involved on campus!

Criminal Justice Reform Leadership

Co-Directors: Clarence Harley and Hannah Dirkse
Events & Collaborations: Alex Webb
Newsletter: Isa Reinhart


Read more about Clarence and Hannah here.

Leadership positions are selected each semester, with positions created throughout the year. UW–Madison students are welcome to apply.