It's been a couple of years since we held a lifer family seminar in the Bay Area--not because we wanted to ignore that side of the world, but frankly because venues there have been so hard to find. But now, thanks to some great new partnerships and partners, we're excited to announce a 2019 Lifer Family Seminar in SF on June 1!

We're pleased and excited to be holding the day-long event in the Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service and the Common Good, on the campus of USF. So many new developments in parole policy and procedure have happened in the last year, it's a good time to bring all the news to the Bay Area. And our new format of small groups in the afternoon will allow you to zero in on areas of importance to you.

Seating here will be somewhat limited, so be sure to register (and soon)--we won't be able to accommodate walk-ons.

The accompanying flyer should provide you with all you need to know, and you can sign up and reserve your seat right now, on the Events page of the website. This is the first public announcement, but word has already leaked out and we've had several signups.

Hoping to see many of you in SF on June 1!

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