August 21, 2011
Last Call - Sept. 1 Deadline - Call for Roundtable Workshop Submissions: Reducing Reliance on Incarceration
Call for Roundtable Workshop Submissions: Reducing Reliance on Incarceration
On Oct. 27-28, 2011, the ABA and the AALS will present a joint conference, Reducing Reliance on Incarceration, at the Liaison Capitol Hill Hotel in Washington, D.C. The first event of the conference, on the afternoon of Thursday Oct. 27th, is a workshop for scholarly papers relating to the conference theme. Participants will present their work in a roundtable format. Abstracts or drafts will be shared among presenters and discussants in advance of the workshop. Workshop presenters must commit to attending both days of the conference, which will include a plenary and multiple break-out sessions on the topic of reducing reliance on incarceration. For a description of the program, please visit here Workshop presenters will be responsible for their own travel and hotel costs, and will be required to pay the conference registration fee. To apply to workshop a paper, please email an abstract of 500 words to both email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org by Sept. 1, 2011. Space is limited and presenters will be chosen by members of the organizing committee.
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Thanks for this information. 20, 30, 100 year prison sentences for non violent crimes is absurd. Even with those that we helped get halted in their schemes. The issue is to halt the bad faith, not make things worse.
Petters would have a lot better chance being sentenced to 10 years of working at the Mission, than doing 50 years in prison.
Posted by: Laser Haas | Aug 22, 2011 11:35:40 AM