Creative Corrections and the University of Wisconsin Law School, Frank J. Remington Center (FJRC), have agreed that FJRC will assist with training, research, curricular development and other relevant support on current and future projects that they mutually agree to pursue.
The FJRC was founded forty years ago to provide students with a “learning center” in the area of criminal justice. The Center provides law students with the opportunity to develop the substantive knowledge, professional skills, and judgment necessary to excel as attorneys; provides high-quality service in individual cases; and engages in empirical research necessary to bring about systemic improvements. Today the Center includes civil as well as criminal projects.
The Center will also provide research-related resources via the University of Wisconsin’s network of academic and library resources. This MOU is the culmination of a twenty year relationship that began while Percy Pitzer was warden at the Federal Correctional Institution, Oxford, Wisconsin.