Judge Derek C. Mosley will discuss the role of a judge in navigating race relations at The University of Wisconsin-Waukesha on Tuesday, October 3. After 22 years in Criminal Justice as both a prosecutor and judge, Mosley has seen “many things in regard to race and the Criminal Justice System.” The public is welcome to join the one-hour free flowing discussion that begins at noon in room C101. Admission is free. The UW-Waukesha campus located at 1500 N. University Drive in Waukesha.
Mosley received his J.D. from Marquette University Law School. He was appointed to his current position in Milwaukee Municipal Court in 2002. Prior to this, he served as Assistant District Attorney for Milwaukee County, where he represented the State of Wisconsin in over 1,000 criminal prosecutions. The October 3 presentation will increase awareness to issues and problems within the current system regarding race and include discussion of possible solutions.
This lecture is co-sponsored by UW-Waukesha Lecture & Fine Arts Series and the Waukesha Reads program (waukeshareads.org) at the Waukesha Library.
UW-Waukesha is one of 13 two-year UW-College campuses that offer a quality education to area students, with small class sizes and dedicated faculty. For more information or directions to the campus, visit the website, waukesha.uwc.edu