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Editor: Kevin Cole
Univ. of San Diego School of Law

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Schedule for 2010 Law and Society Shadow Crim Prof Conference

Here's the schedule for this great looking event, organized by Dan Markel and Alice Ristoph, to be held in Chicago. A wonderful line up, and the Cubs won't yet be mathmatically eliminated:

Thursday May, 27

8:15am to 10:00am

       Police and the Courts: Judicial Management and Evaluation of Law Enforcement Activity 1110

               Building: Renaissance, Room: tba 10 Session Participants:

Chair: Richard E Myers (University of North Carolina) 

The Perennial Police Gaming Problem and the Need for Articulation-Forcing and Data-Development Rules in Constitutional Criminal Procedure *Mary D. Fan (American U/U of Washington)

GPS Tracking as Search and Seizure *Bennett L. Gershman (Pace University)

Rethinking Reasonable and Articulable Suspicion *Richard E Myers (University of North Carolina)

Judging Police Lies: An Empirical Perspective *Melanie D. Wilson (University of Kansas)


10:15am to 12:00pm

       Author Meets Reader--Juvenile Justice: The Fourth Option, by Mark Fondacaro and Christopher Slobogin 1212

               Building: Renaissance, Room: tba 12

Session Participants:

Chair: Hillary B. Farber (Northeastern University)

Author: Christopher Slobogin (Vanderbilt University)

Reader: Fabio Arcila (Touro Law School)

Reader: Tamar R. Birckhead (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

Reader: Daniel Filler (Drexel University)

Reader: Melissa Hamilton (University of Toledo)

Reader: Erik Luna (Washington & Lee University)

Reader: Giovanna Shay (Western New England College)

2:30pm to 4:15pm

       Criminal Law 01--Children and Families in Criminal Law 1410

               Building: Renaissance, Room: tba 10

Chair: Tamar R. Birckhead (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

Competence and Compellability of Parents as Witnesses against Their Children: A Comparative Perspective between the United States and Australia *Hillary B. Farber (Northeastern University)

Special Arrangement *Catherine M. Grosso (Michigan State University)

Domestic Violence and State Intervention in the American West and Australia, 1860-1930 *Carolyn Ramsey (University of Colorado)

Chasing Science: The Troubling Case of Shaken Baby Syndrome *Deborah Tuerkheimer (University of Maine)

Discussant: Melissa Hamilton (University of Toledo)



Friday May, 28

8:15am to 10:00am

       Criminal Law 02--Author Meets Reader--Bentham to Blackstone: The Nineteenth Century Transformation of Criminal Justice, by Donald Dripps 2110

               Building: Renaissance, Room: tba 10

 Chair: Carolyn Ramsey (University of Colorado)

Author: Donald Dripps (San Diego Law School)

Reader: Katherine Darmer (Chapman University)

Reader: Andy Leipold (University of Illinois, Champaign)

Reader: Wes Oliver (Widener University)

Reader: Ronald Wright (Wake Forest University)


10:15am to 12:00pm

       Criminal Law 03--The Agents and Subjects of Criminal Law: Officers, Entities, and Individuals 2210

               Building: Renaissance, Room: tba 10

Chair: Dan Markel (Florida State University) 

Torture and Cognitive Illiberalism *Donald Braman (George Washington University), Ryan Goodman (New York University), David Hoffman (Temple University), Dan Kahan (Yale University)

Punishing Entities (Civilly)*Dan Markel (Florida State University)

Bill Stuntz and the Principal-Agent Problem in American Criminal Law *Richard H. McAdams (University of Chicago)



12:30pm to 2:15pm

       Criminal Law 04--Author Meets Reader--Victims’ Rights and Victims’

Wrongs: Comparative Liability in Criminal Law, Vera Bergelson 2310

               Building: Renaissance, Room: tba 10

Chair: Anthony M. Dillof (Wayne State University)

Author: Vera Bergelson (Rutgers University, Newark)

Reader: Luis E. Chiesa (Pace University)

Reader: Brian Gallini (University of Arkansas)

Reader: Cecelia Klingele (University of Wisconsin)

Reader: Susan Rozelle (Stetson University)



2:30pm to 4:15pm

       Criminal Law 05--Problem Solving in Criminal Justice 2410

               Building: Renaissance, Room: tba 10

Chair: Eric J Miller (Saint Louis University) 

Quasi-Crime and Quasi-Punishment: Criminal Process Effects of Immigration Status *Gabriel Jack Chin (University of Arizona), Doralina Skidmore (University of Arizona)

Another Glance toward the Mentally Ill Offenders: Should We Change Departments?*Renata F de Oliveira (Universidade do Minho), Rui A. Gonçalves (Universidade do Minho)

Supervision Courts: Rethinking the Rationale for the Problem Solving Court Movement *Eric J Miller (Saint Louis University)

Advising Defendants on the Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions: Whose Role Is It, Anyway?*Yolanda Vazquez (University of Pennsylvania)


Saturday May, 29

8:15am to 10:00am

       Criminal Law 06--Criminal Procedure: Adjudication 3110

               Building: Renaissance, Room: tba 10

Chair: Adam M Gershowitz (University of Houston) 

Judging DWI Trials: The Case for Eliminating the Right to Jury Trials for Misdemeanor DWI Cases *Adam M Gershowitz (University of Houston)

Double Jeopardy and Mixed Verdicts *Lissa Griffin (Pace University)

Jury 2.0 *Caren M Morrison (Georgia State University)

Big Law's Sixth Amendment: The Movement of the White-Collar Bar into Large Law Firms *Charles Weisselberg (University of California, Berkeley), *Su Li (University of California, Berkeley)



10:15am to 12:00pm

       Criminal Law 07--Punishment Theory 3210

               Building: Renaissance, Room: tba 10

Chair: Marc O. DeGirolami (St. John's University) 

 Punishment, Permissibility, and State Intention *Vincent Chiao (Harvard University)

Criminal Theory as History of Ideas: The Thought of James Fitzjames Stephen *Marc O. DeGirolami (St. John's University)

Free Will Ideology and the Moral Status of Punishment *John Humbach (Pace University)

Punishment's Justification *Jeffrey Renz (University of Montana)

Discussant: Matthew Lister (University of Pennsylvania)


2:30pm to 4:15pm

       Criminal Law 08--Topics in Criminal Law Theory 3410

               Building: Renaissance, Room: tba 10

Chair: Mark D. White (CUNY, College of Staten Island) 

Modal Retributivism: A Theory of Sanctions for Attempts and Other Criminal Wrongs *Anthony M. Dillof (Wayne State University)

You Know You Gotta Help Me Out *David Gray (University of Maryland)

The War on Drugs Turns 40 *Alex Kreit (Thomas Jefferson School of Law)

Tailoring Objective Standards to Individuals *Kevin C. McMunigal (Case Western Reserve University)

The Law, Economics, and Philosophy of Double Jeopardy Protection *Mark D. White (CUNY, College of Staten Island), Kaia Huus (CUNY, College of Staten Island)

4:30pm to 6:15pm

       Criminal Law 09--Race and Criminal Justice 3510

               Building: Renaissance, Room: tba 10

Chair: Brooks Holland (Gonzaga University)

Masculinity and the Gates Arrest: Two Professors Share Their Experiences *Frank R Cooper (Suffolk University), *Josephine Ross (Howard University)

Racial Profiling and a Punitive Exclusionary Rule *Brooks Holland (Gonzaga University)

The North Carolina Racial Justice Act Study: Preliminary Findings on the Role of Race in the North Carolina Capital Punishment System*Catherine M. Grosso (Michigan State University), *Barbara O'Brien (Michigan State University)

Under the Influence: Implicit Bias, Proactive Policing, and the Fourth Amendment *L. Song Richardson (DePaul University)

Discussant: Rick Banks (Stanford University)


Sunday May, 30

8:15am to 10:00am

       Criminal Law 10--Author Meets Reader--Knowledge as Power, by Wayne Logan 4105

               Building: Renaissance, Room: tba 05

Chair: Corey Rayburn Yung (John Marshall Law School)

Author: Wayne Logan (Florida State University)

Reader: Douglas Berman (The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law)

Reader: Arnold Loewy (Texas Tech University School of Law)

Reader: Mary Kreiner Ramirez (Washburn University School of Law)

Reader: Monica Williams (University of California, Davis)

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