Thursday, November 2, 2006
South Texas College of Law's Law Review held its 12th annual ethics symposium last year, this one on Prosecutorial Ethics. Here is a link to the Table of Contents and contact information for its summer 2006 issue. The Foreword is by Catherine Greene Burnett (S. Tex.), plus Bennett Gershman (Pace, right) writes on Brady error. Other articles touch on double jeopardy, the Art of War, and "supernational" prosecutors.
The 13th annual ethics symposium will be held next week, Nov. 9, in Houston, and its program and registration link are here. The theme is a centennial reflection on Roscoe Pound's 1906 ABA address. The speakers are an all-star line-up including Fifth Circuit Judges Caroline King and Tom Reavley, District Judge Lynn Hughes, and such noted professors as Charles Geyh (Indiana), Ed Sherman (Tulane), Hanson Lawton (S. Tex.), Luke Bierman (Albany), and Jim Alfini (dean at S. Tex.). [Posted by Alan Childress]