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Thursday, May 23, 2013

LSA Happy Hours and info on the CrimProf Shadow Conference.

Some announcements for folks attending Law and Society next week in Boston:

1) there's a crimprof happy hour on Thursday at 9pm at CityBar,

2) The general Prawfs and friends happy hour will be on Saturday from 9pm at the Sheraton SideBar.

Nunc est bibendum!

3) My co-organizer, Carissa Hessick, has, in her typical god-like ways, assembled the info for the Shadow CrimProf conference. This year's shadow conference will have a fantastic turnout.

Info appears after the jump (although not in exact chronological order).

2013 LSA Shadow Conference on Criminal Justice 

 

Criminal Justice 01:  Sentencing

Thurs. May 30, 10:15am-12noon

Christine Scott-Hayward – Shadow Sentencing

Carissa Hessick – Enforcing Procedural Rights at Sentencing

Dan Markel: Luck or Law: Is Indeterminate Sentencing Unconstitutional?

Lea Johnston -- Vulnerability as a Mitigating Factor: A Tool of Proportionality for Seriously Ill Offenders

Moderator/Discussant: Gerry Leonard

 

Criminal Justice 02:  Policing and Investigation

Thurs. May 30, 12:30pm-2:15pm

Lauryn Gouldin -- The Law of Investigative Detention

Amna Akbar -- The End of Community Policing?

Seth Stoughton – Policing the Constitution

Sandra Thompson -- Defining "Independence" in Forensic Science Labs

Moderator/Discussant: Carissa Hessick

 

Criminal Justice 03:  Crim Theory 

Sat. June 1, 2:30pm-4:15pm

Paul Litton – Is Psychological Research on Self-Control Relevant to Criminal Law?

Vincent Chiao -- Criminalization and Liberalism

Michael Rich -- Flipping the Murder Switch: Limits on the Perfect Preventive State

Youngjae Lee -- Moral Uncertainty and Reasonable Doubt

Moderator/Discussant: Michael Cahill

 

Criminal Justice 04:  Substantive Crimes and Defenses 

Fri. May 31, 2:30pm-4:15pm

Avlana Eisenberg -- Criminal Infliction of Emotional Distress

Jonathan Witmer-Rich -- The Heat of Passion Defense:  Tolerable Reasons to be Angry

Michal Buchhandler-Raphael -- Drugs, Dignity and Danger: Human Dignity as a Constitutional Constraint to Limit Overcriminalization

Steven Morrison -- The System of Modern Criminal Conspiracy

Moderator/Discussant: Eric Blumenson

 

Criminal Justice 05: Kids, Crime and Punishment

Thurs. May 30, 8:15am-10am

Arnold Loewy -- Juveniles and the Constitution

Mary Graw Leary -- The Role of Technology in Child Sex Trafficking

Deborah Ahrens -- Parenting Behind Bars

Elaine Chiu -- The Movement Against Male Circumcision

Moderator/Discussant: Richard McAdams

 

Criminal Justice 06: Punishment and the Constitution 

Fri. May 31, 10:15am-12noon

Will Berry -- When Dangerousness is Different

Meghan Ryan -- Juries and the Criminal Constitution

Beth Colgan -- Reinvigorating the Excessive Fines Clause

Todd Haugh – The Critical Mess Theory of Federal Sentencing

Moderator:  Rick Bierschbach 

 

Criminal Justice 07: Criminal Justice, Discretion, and Policy Challenges

Thurs. May 30, 2:30pm-4:15pm

Babe Howell: Prosecutorial Discretion and the Duty to Do Justice in an Overburdened Criminal Justice System

Jennifer Laurin: Discretion, Pretrial Procedure, and Forensic Science

Cecilia Klingele: Revocation and Law Reform

Ion Meyn: Discovery and Darkness

 

Criminal Justice 08: Frontiers of Criminal Justice

Thurs. May 30, 4:30pm-6:15pm

Audrey Rogers: Cyber bullying and Suicide

Alex Kreit: Drug Truce

Michael Mannheimer: The Contingent 4th Amendment

Kenworthy Bilz: Punishment and social standing of victims and offenders

Don Braman: Up Against the Wall, Democracy and Policing in Urban America

 

Criminal Justice 09:  4th Amendment 

Fri. May 31, 4:30pm-6:15pm

Shima Baradaran: Reconsidering Fourth Amendment Balancing

Caren Myers Morrison -- The Drone Wars: Will Technology Outstrip the 4th Amendment?

Laurent Sacharoff -- Constitutional Trespass

David Gray -- A Technology-Centered Approach to Quantitative Privacy (co-author Danielle Citron)

Tigran Eldred -- Tunnel Vision on Trial: A Review Essay on "A Wilderness of Error" by Errol Morris

Moderator/Discussant: Andrew Taslitz

 

Criminal Justice 10:  Socio-Legal Panels on Defense Counsel & Prosecutors 

Fri. May 31, 8:15am-10am

Ron Wright – Prosecutor Experience and the Culture of Self-Restraint (co-author K. Levine)

Jenia Iontcheva Turner – Effective Remedies for Ineffective Assistance of Counsel: A New Look After Lafler v. Cooper Cynthia Alkon -- Does your lawyer make a difference?  Plea bargaining drug cases for indigent defendants (co-author J. Marshall)

Nirej Sekhon --- Prosecutors and politics

Moderator/Discussant: Don Dripps 

 

 Criminal Justice 11: Roundtable on Criminal Justice in 2020 book

Fri. May 31, 4:30pm-6:15pm

Song Richardson (Chair)

John Parry

Janice Nadler

Jack Chin

Juliet Stumpf

 


 

Criminal Justice 12: Juries 

Sat. June 1, 8:15am-10am

Anna Roberts – Casual Ostracism: Jury Exclusion on the Basis of Criminal Convictions

Giovanna Shay -- In Open Court

Jenny Carroll – A Jury for All of Us                                           

Catherine Grosso -- Information Seeking in Voir Dire: Could Modifying Juror Questioning Reduce Jury Selection Racial Disparities? (Co-Author Barbara O'Brien)

Moderator/Discussant: Luis Chiesa 

 

Criminal Justice 13:  Difference, Crime, and Punishment 

Fri. May 31, 12:30pm-2:15pm

Kim Bailey -- Watching Me: The War on Crime and Its Effects on Individual Privacy

Francine Banner -- "You Have No Leave to Sing”: First Amendment Remedies for Retaliation in Reporting Military Sexual Assault and Harassment

Barbara O'Brien -- Discrimination and the Death Penalty:  Empirical Findings, Limitations, and Directions for Future Research (co-Author Catherine Grosso)

Kay Levine --- Romance, Education or Abuse? Media Narratives about Female on Male Statutory Rape (co-authors Emily Danker-Feldman, Brenda Smith, and Andrea Smith)

Moderator/Discussant: Frank Cooper 

 

Criminal Justice 14 and CRN Feminist Legal Theory group:  Vulnerability and Criminal Law

Fri. May 31, 8:15am-10am

Mary Anne Franks -- The Vulnerability Tax

Cynthia Godsoe -- Punishing to Protect

Aya Gruber -- Discriminatory Leniency in Criminal Law

Katie Oliviero -- Vulnerability’s Ambivalent Political Life: Precariousness and Law in Social Justice Organizing

Moderator/Discussant: Cyra Choudhury

 

Criminal Justice 15:  Adjudication

Thurs. May 30, 12:30pm-2:15pm

Darryl Brown – Free Market Ideology in the Law of Bargaining and Trials

Brian Gallini -- Bringing Down a Legend:  How Pennsylvania’s Investigating Grand Jury Ended Joe Paterno’s Career

Greg Gilchrist – Trial Bargaining

Melissa Hamilton – Sentencing: Politics or Empiricism

Moderator/Discussant: Brooks Holland

 

Criminal Justice 16: Roundtable on Future of Gideon at 50

Sunday June 2, 8:15am-10am

Darryl Brown (Chair)

Don Dripps

Josh Bowers

Erica Hashimoto

Jenny Roberts

 

 

 

Posted by Dan Markel on May 23, 2013 at 01:06 PM in Criminal Law, Culture | Permalink

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The link to "luck or law" is down.

Posted by: Orin Kerr | May 23, 2013 3:05:03 PM

Prawfs and friends happy hour? Will unknown PhD students be welcome or is this really just for Prawfs contributors?

Posted by: SG | May 25, 2013 1:34:44 PM

As we say around the Prawfs offices, an unknown Ph.D student is just a friend Dan hasn't asked to guest-post yet.

Posted by: Paul Horwitz | May 25, 2013 1:55:41 PM

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