One of the founding principles of the Prison Law Blog is that this platform is for the use of a community of like-minded individuals who desire to better understand the American criminal justice system and reform it.  As such, it is envisioned, at least in my mind, as a community effort and as a community property.  Every informed voice should be allowed to speak through it.  That is the goal of this post, to promote collaboration and extend an invitation to interested parties.

If you are a member of a group which strives to reform the criminal justice system, an attorney who fights for your clients, a prison consultant who prepares your clients for incarceration, a college student studying criminal justice, an author or blogger or researcher, we want to hear from you.  We want your voice to be heard, as long as you have something useful to say.  We are a community, and we support those who stand for what we stand for: justice for all.

We especially would like your blog posts, which could certainly include photos, videos, podcasts, and any other form of media.  If your organization has an upcoming conference, roundtable, awards ceremony, or another gettogether, please feel free to submit a blog post that notifies the Prison Law Blog readership about it.  You could even submit blog posts that highlight awards that your organization has recently bestowed or projects your organization is currently engaging in.  If you have a new book or product which you feel our readership would be interested in, craft it as a blog post and email it to us.  If you stumble across an interesting story, please feel free to write about it or record it in a fixed form and submit it to us.  We strive to be open and accessible.  And we strive to help our brothers and sisters who are part of the American criminal justice system.

We are interested in:

–  Blog Posts

–  Photos

–  Images or Infographics

–  Videos

–  Podcasts

–  Other Recordings

–  Serialization of Larger Works

–  Any Other Content Our Readership Might Find Of Interest.

We at the Prison Law Blog are also very interested in disseminating pro-defendant and pro-prisoner studies, reports, articles, and research. If your organization has published such, please contact us to let us know. We strive to bring this sort of information to our readership.  In fact, over the next year or two, we will be posting many previously published studies that further our mission.  The goal is to expose our readership to past ideas that are still relevant today.

Send Us Your:

–  Articles

–  Reports

–  Studies

–  White Papers

–  Position Papers

–  E-Books for Dissemination.

If you are a publication and have relevant content that has been previously published, we are also open to reviewing it to ascertain if it would be appropriate, timely content for our readership.  Likewise, if you are a writer, please feel free to submit your current and past work to us for publication consideration.  We strive to cover many topical areas within the American criminal justice system and can’t do so without help from other like-minded individuals.

We look forward to hearing from you.

About Christopher Zoukis, MBA

Christopher Zoukis, MBA, is the Managing Director of the Zoukis Consulting Group, a federal prison consultancy that assists attorneys, federal criminal defendants, and federal prisoners with prison preparation, in-prison matters, and reentry. His books include Directory of Federal Prisons (Middle Street Publishing, 2020), Federal Prison Handbook (Middle Street Publishing, 2017), Prison Education Guide (PLN Publishing, 2016), and College for Convicts: The Case for Higher Education in American Prisons (McFarland & Company, 2014).

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