Kenneth Trujillo-Jamison Discusses Defense of Ferguson Protestors at Critical Race Studies Symposium

Munger, Tolles & Olson attorney Kenneth M. Trujillo-Jamison spoke at the 2015 UCLA School of Law Critical Race Studies Symposium on Oct. 17, 2015.

Mr. Trujillo-Jamison participated in a panel discussion titled “Litigating Against Police Misconduct,” which addressed the question: “Can we litigate our way out of the problem of police violence?” He described insights he gained from a case in which he and fellow Munger Tolles attorneys Grant Davis-Denny, Tommy Clancy, Vicky Degtyareva, and Thane Rehn, in coordination with the ACLU of Missouri, successfully argued that law enforcement officials in Ferguson, Missouri cannot enforce a crowd-control tactic prohibiting peaceful protestors from standing still.

The panel was part of UCLA School of Law’s Eighth Annual Critical Race Studies Symposium, which focused on racial profiling and police violence.

Mr. Trujillo-Jamison is a litigation associate whose practice is focused on complex civil litigation, with experience in securities litigation, general commercial disputes, internal investigations and white collar criminal defense.