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Friday, August 27, 2010

THE CONSTITUTION IN 2020: THE FUTURE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Balkin jack That's the title of the conference at Florida State on Oct. 7-8, co-sponsored by FSU and the American Constitution Society. Keynote address Thursday evening, Oct. 7, by Steve Bright of the Southern Center for Human Rights; Friday's opening remarks are by Jack Balkin (Yale) (pictured). The symposium is "dedicated to an exploration of current and future developments in crime control and equality, punishment and the Constitution, national security and liberty, and citizenship and community." The proceedings will be available by streaming video. Details are here. The panels and the excellent array of speakers follow the jump.

Thursday, October 7 Evening Event:

Keynote Address by Steve Bright, Southern Center for Human Rights

Friday, October 8 Morning Events:

Opening Remarks by Professor Jack Balkin, Yale Law School

Panel One - National Security and Liberty:

Jack Balkin, Yale Law School

John Parry, Lewis & Clark Law School

Deborah Pearlstein, Princeton University Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs

Marc Rotenberg, Electronic Privacy Information Center

Chris Slobogin, Vanderbilt University Law School

Panel Two - Crime Control and Equality:

Susan Bandes, DePaul University College of Law/Florida State University College of Law

Darryl Brown, University of Virginia School of Law

Song Richardson, DePaul University College of Law

David Sklansky, UC Berkeley School of Law

 

Friday, October 8 Afternoon Events:

Panel Three - Punishment and the Constitution:

Doug Berman, The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law

Sharon Dolovich, UCLA School of Law

Reid Fontaine, Florida State University College of Law

Dan Markel, Florida State University College of Law

 

Panel Four - Citizenship and Community:

Jack Chin, University of Arizona College of Law

Bernard Harcourt, University of Chicago Law School

Wayne Logan, Florida State University College of Law

Richard Myers, UNC School of Law

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