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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

The Shadow Crim Conference at Law and Society, Hawaii 2012

Next week is Law and Society in Hawaii. Aloha! Though I won't in the end be going, sadly, I wanted to share with readers information about the crimprof shadow conference that Carissa Hessick and I organized. There will be a happy hour for crimprofs at 5pm next Wednesday (June 6) in the Paradise Lounge at the Martini Bar.  This will be a happy hour primarily for folks attending the crimprof shadow conference, but all are welcome. (A more general happy hour is in the works. Keep an eye on the blog.)

You can find below the information from the LSA program re: our little gathering on crim law and crim procedure.

LSA Criminal Justice Shadow Conference Schedule


Criminal Justice 01: The Evolution and Transformation of Criminal Justice Institutions

Time: Tue, Jun 5 - 10:15am - 12:00pm

Place: HHV, TBA20

Session Participants:

Chair: Meghan J. Ryan (Southern Methodist University)

140 Character Assassination

*Leslie Y Garfield (Pace University)

Regulatory Equilibrium and Destabilization in Criminal Procedure

*Anthony O'Rourke (SUNY, Buffalo)

Science and the New Rehabilitation

*Meghan J. Ryan (Southern Methodist University)

The Institutionalizing Effect of Criminalization: A Case Study of American Prostitution

*Aaron Simowitz (New York University)

Discussant: Audrey Rogers (Pace University)


Criminal Justice 02: Policing, Protest, and Punishment 

Time: Tue, Jun 5 - 2:30pm - 4:15pm

Place: HHV, TBA20

Session Participants:

Chair: Wayne Logan (Florida State University)

Prisoners' Constitutional Right of Protest

*Andrea C. Armstrong (Loyola University, New Orleans)

Policing Identity

*Wayne Logan (Florida State University)

Guilt and the Fourth Amendment

*Laurent Sacharoff (University of Arkansas)

Judicial Response or Litigant Strategy: Examining the Success of the U.S. Solicitor General

*Jeff Yates (Binghamton University)

Discussant: Susan A. Bandes (University of Miami)


Criminal Justice 03: Sex, Crime, and Punishment

Time: Wed, Jun 6 - 8:15am - 10:00am

Place: HHV, TBA20

Session Participants:

Chair: Carissa B. Hessick (Arizona State University)

The Law and Paraphilias

*Melissa Hamilton (University of South Carolina)

Child Pornography 2.0

*Carissa B. Hessick (Arizona State University)

Institutional Interference with the Criminal Prosecution of Child Abuse

*Ruth Jones (University of the Pacific)

The Trans Panic Defense

*Cynthia K. Lee (George Washington University)


Criminal Justice 04: Topics in the Theory of Crime and Punishment

Time: Thu, Jun 7 - 8:15am - 10:00am

Place: HHV, TBA20

Session Participants:

Chair: Kimberly Ferzan (Rutgers University, Camden)

The Meaning of Consent

*Vera Bergelson (Rutgers University)

State Labelling, the European Convention on Human Rights and the Presumption of Innocence

*Liz Campbell (U of Aberdeen/U of Maryland)

Assessing the Reach of the Presumption of Innocence

*Kimberly Ferzan (Rutgers University, Camden)

Justice and Mercy

*David Gray (University of Maryland)

Discussant: Susan D. Rozelle (Stetson University)


Criminal Justice 05: Issues in Pre-Trial Procedure

Time: Thu, Jun 7 - 10:15am - 12:00pm

Place: HHV, TBA20

Session Participants:

Chair: Laura Appleman (Willamette University)

Justice in the Shadowlands: Bail, Jail, and Extralegal Punishment

*Laura Appleman (Willamette University)

Race and Prediction

*Shima Baradaran (Brigham Young University)

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

*Brian Gallini (University of Arkansas)

The Expressive Purpose of Corporate Criminal Liability

*Gregory Gilchrist (University of Toledo)


Criminal Justice 06: Searches, Evidence, and Privacy

Time: Thu, Jun 7 - 2:30pm - 4:15pm

Place: HHV, TBA20

 Session Participants:

Chair: Fabio Arcila (Touro Law Center)

Seven Theses in Grudging Defense of the Exclusionary Rule

*Lawrence E. Rosenthal (Chapman University)

 The Role of Age and a Minor's Consent to Search under the Fourth Amendment

*Megan Annitto (West Virginia University)

GPS Tracking into Fourth Amendment Dead Ends: The Katz Conundrum

*Fabio Arcila (Touro Law Center)

 Searches, Evidence, and Privacy

*Ellen Marrus (University of Houston)


Criminal Justice 07: Right to Counsel

Time: Thu, Jun 7 - 4:30pm - 6:15pm

Place: HHV, TBA20

 Session Participants:

Chair: Stewart M Young (University of Wyoming)

Padilla’s Two-Tiered Duty is Strickland-Lite for Noncitizens

*Cesar C Garcia Hernandez (Capital University)

Why the Supreme Court Will Not Take the Pre-Trial Right to Counsel Seriously

*Arnold Loewy (Texas Tech University)

Reconciling Right to Counsel Jurisprudence with the “Infinite Habeas” Dilemma

*Emily Uhrig (University of the Pacific)

Agents and Prosecutors and Judges, Oh My! Operational Controls for Proactive Criminal Investigations

*Stewart M Young (University of Wyoming)


Criminal Justice 08: Adjudication and Beyond

Time: Fri, Jun 8 - 10:15am - 12:00pm

Place: HHV, TBA20

Session Participants:

Chair: William W Berry (University of Mississippi)

Ending the Failure of Finality by Federalism

*William W Berry (University of Mississippi)

Beyond the Civil-Criminal Binary: Contempt of Court and Judicial Governance

*Nirej Sekhon (Georgia State University)

Using "Crimmigration" as a Mechanism of Social Control against Latinos

*Yolanda Vazquez (University of Pennsylvania)

Discussant: Meghan J. Ryan (Southern Methodist University)


Criminal Justice 09: Criminal Law Stories

Time: Fri, Jun 8 - 2:30pm - 4:15pm

Place: HHV, TBA20

 Session Participants:

Chair: Donna Coker (University of Miami)

The Story of Wanrow: Reasonableness, Gender, and Self-Defense

*Donna Coker (University of Miami)

Accomplice Liability and the Murderous Judge

*Leo Katz (University of Pennsylvania)

Robinson v. California: From a Revolutionary Constitutional Doctrine to a Modest Ban on Status Crimes

*Erik Luna (Washington and Lee University)

The Story of Berry: When Hot Blood Cools

*Susan D. Rozelle (Stetson University)

Discussant: Mario L. Barnes (University of California, Irvine)





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A fine group, as usual--makes me even more sorry that I can't make it this year.

Posted by: Mark D. White | Jun 2, 2012 6:57:00 AM

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