Bryan Furst is the George A. Katz Fellow in the Brennan Center’s Justice Program. He coordinates state legislative advocacy for the Law Enforcement Leaders to Reduce Crime and Incarceration.
Bryan recently graduated from N.Y.U School of Law magna cum laude. While in law school, Bryan interned with Brooklyn Defender Services, Bronx Defenders Family Practice, and the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia. Prior to law school, he helped newly arrived refugees reach self-sufficiency at the International Rescue Committee. Bryan holds a B.A. in Public Health from University of Washington.
- Ending Mass Incarceration: A Presidential Agenda, February 21, 2019
Blogs and Op-eds:
- On Wrongful Convictions: Texas Two-Steps Forward, New York One Back, January 11, 2019
- SCOTUS Could Offer Protections From Excessive Fines Imposed by States, November 28, 2018
- How to Reduce Incarceration? Change Prosecutors' Incentives, July 9, 2018
- Bigger Jails: Wrong for the Country, Wrong for Douglas County, April 20, 2018
- January 11, 2019Blogs
- November 28, 2018Blogs