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Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Hastings California Corrections Conference

Although I'm away at Columbia this term and am generally overwhelmed with the rich intellectual life Columbia provides for its community (and totally overwhelmed with my new child), I'm still sad to be missing this wonderful conference my Hastings colleagues are putting on March 19-20.  My next-door neighbor at Hastings and former Prawfs guest-star Hadar Aviram has worked behind the scenes to put together a steller line up.  The program looks amazing.  Although you probably don't all have partners who work for the Prison Law Office -- the office that just got a three judge panel to order the release of prisoners because of unconstitutional conditions! -- I still think you will find the subject and speakers of interest, in or out of California.  Even if you can't make the conference, Hadar is doing some pretty great blogging at the blog associated with the conference website.

Posted by Ethan Leib on March 4, 2009 at 09:04 PM in Current Affairs | Permalink

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Bless yer heart for the shout-out, Ethan. There's actually a whole team of us working on this, including Aaron Rappaport, Eumi Lee and Kate Bloch on the faculty side, and an excellent team of students from the Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal, as well. You're all very welcome to come... RSVP on our website,and attendance is free.

Posted by: Hadar Aviram | Mar 5, 2009 12:10:01 AM

I feel that there may be people all over New York who look like me. But come to Room 624 and that will be me.

Posted by: Ethan Leib | Mar 4, 2009 11:03:41 PM

Although I'm away at Columbia...

Hmmm. I thought I saw you coming out of the law school at Columbia a week or so ago. I thought "hey, that looks like Ethan Leib. Maybe I should say hi". But then I though, "No, what would he be doing here? It must just be someone who looks like him." Now I know.

Posted by: Matt | Mar 4, 2009 10:51:44 PM

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