Restorative Justice Summit

The Restorative Justice Summit 2020 has concluded. Thank you to everyone that made this summit possible! 


Late to the party?

The schedule for the past 2020 Summit programming is available here.

Click here for the  recorded sessions. Please contact complete form for access.

View our 2020 Restorative Justice Summit Evaluation Summary here.


Are you a Restorative Justice Practitioner? 

Get in touch with Annie Lisowski if you’re interested in being part of the planning committee for our 2021 summit! Our partners include Youth Justice Milwaukee, Barron County Restorative Justice, Milwaukee County Office of Violence Prevention and many more!


Head shot of Johnathoan Scharrer and a graphic that reads "A big thinks to Johnathan Scherrer for his insights on moving Youth Courts towards more restorative models."

 PLANNING COMMITTEE

Headshot of Monika Audette-part of the planning committee and part of the Barron County Restorative Justice Program. Headshot of Antonio Butler. Member of the planning committee and works for the city of Milwaukee Health Department Headshot for TeAngelo Cargile Jr. -a member of the planning committee and part of the City of Milwaukee Health Department
Headshot of Fred Garcia-member of the planning committee and part of the Waukesha County Health and Human Services Department Headshot of Kirstin Lardy-member of the planning committee and part of the Division of Extension Head shot of Annie Lisowski-member of the planning committee and part of the division of extension
Headshot of Darrin Madison-member of the planning committee and part of Urban Underground and Youth Justice Milwaukee. Headshot of Joe Maldonado-member of the planning committee and part of the division of extension.
Headshot of Marie Ritscher-member of the planning committee and part of the division of Extension Headshot of christa van treeck-member of the planning committee and part of the division of extension

The University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension Community Youth Development program and the Wisconsin Teen Court Association are partners sponsoring this professional development opportunity.

 

The Restorative Justice Summit is made possible in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Law Foundation.