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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Texas Tech Law Review to Host Juveniles & Criminal Law Conference

The Texas Tech Law Review will host its 7th Annual Criminal Law Symposium: Juveniles & Criminal Law, on April 5, 2013, at the Mark and Becky Lanier Auditorium on the law school campus.  The program as presented on the law review website:

Keynote Address:  Franklin Zimring (Boalt)

Panel 1:  When are (should) juveniles (be) tried as juveniles and when as adults?

  • Ellen Podgor, Moderator (Stetson)
  • Carissa Hessick (Arizona State)
  • Janes HJoeffel (Tulane)
  • David Pimentel (Ohio Northern)
  • Christopher Slobogin (Vanderbilt)

Lexis/Nexis Luncheon Speaker:  Arnold Loewry (Texas Tech)

Panel 2:  Do (should) juveniles have more, less, the same, or different rights?

  • Richard McAdams, Moderator (Chicago)
  • Ronald Allen (Northwestern)
  • Tamar Birckhead (North Carolina)
  • Patrick Metze (Texas Tech)
  • David Tanenhaus (UNLV)

Panel 3:  What is (should be) the scope and limitations of juvenile punishment?

  • Joshua Dressler, Moderator (Ohio State)
  • Joseph Kennedy (North Carolina)
  • Michael Perlin (New York)
  • Kevin Saunders (Michigan State)
  • The Honorable Irene Sullivan (State of Florida)

More Information.

Craig Estlinbaum

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