Conference Schedule


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Friday, April 21, 2006

9:00am
WELCOME


Carol S. Steiker (Harvard Law School), Editor, Criminal Procedure Stories


9:30 - 10:30
PANEL ONE: RACE-BASED PROSECUTION AND PROFILING


Author, Michael J. Klarman (Harvard Law School), Powell v. Alabama: The Supreme Court Confronts "Legal Lynchings"

Author, Bernard E. Harcourt (University of Chicago Law School), United States v. Brignoni-Ponce and United States v. Martinez-Fuerte:The Road to Racial Profiling

Commentator, R. Richard Banks (Stanford Law School)

Commentator, Kim Forde-Mazrui (University of Virginia School of Law)

Moderator, Randall L. Kennedy (Harvard Law School)


10:30 - 10:40
BREAK



10:40 - 11:40
PANEL TWO: THE EXCLUSIONARY RULE


Author, Yale Kamisar (University of San Diego School of Law), Mapp v. Ohio:The First Shot Fired in Warren Court's Criminal Procedure Revolution

Commentator, Craig Bradley (Indiana University School of Law)

Commentator, Carolyn N. Long (Washington State University, Vancouver, Criminal Justice Department)

Moderator, Daniel J. Meltzer (Harvard Law School)


11:40 - 11:50
BREAK



11:50 - 12:50
PANEL THREE: POLICE INTERROGATION


Author, Stephen J. Schulhofer (NYU School of Law), Miranda v. Arizona: A Modest But Important Legacy

Commentator, Richard A. Leo (University of California, Irvine, Deptartment of Criminology, Law & Society)

Commentator, George Thomas (Rutgers School of Law)

Moderator, Llody L. Weinreb (Harvard Law School)


12:50 - 2:00
BREAK FOR LUNCH (lunch not provided)



2:00 - 3:00
PANEL FOUR: COUNSEL IN CRIMINAL CASES


Author, David D. Cole (Georgetown University Law Center), Gideon v. Wainwright and Strickland v. Washington:Broken Promises

Commentator, Stephen B. Bright (Southern Center for Human Rights, Atlanta, GA)

Commentator, Ronald S. Sullivan (Yale Law School)

Moderator, Charles J. Ogletree (Harvard Law School)


3:00 - 3:10
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3:10 - 4:10
PANEL FIVE: INFORMANTS AND WIRETAPPING


Author, Tracey Maclin (Boston University School of Law), Hoffa v. United States:Secret Agents in Private Spaces

Author, David A. Sklansky (University of California, Berkeley, School of Law - Boalt Hall), Katz v. United States: The Limits of Aphorism

Commentator, Philip B. Heymann (Harvard Law School)

Commentator, Orin S. Kerr (George Washington University Law School)

Commentator, Andrew E. Taslitz (Howard University School of Law)

Moderator, David Poole (Harvard Law School, Criminal Justice Institute)


4:10 - 4:20
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4:20-5:20
PANEL SIX:PREVENTIVE DETENTION


Author, Daniel Richman (Fordham Law School), United States v. Salerno:The Constitutionality of Regulatory Detention

Commentator, Alan M. Dershowitz (Harvard Law School)

Commentator, Erin Murphy (University of California, Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law)

Commentator, Jordan M. Steiker (University of Texas School of Law)

Moderator, William J. Stuntz (Harvard Law School)


Saturday, April 22, 2006

9:30 - 10:30
PANEL SEVEN: JURY SELECTION


Author, Pamela S. Karlan (Stanford Law School), Batson v. Kentucky:The Constitutional Challenges of Peremptory Challenges

Commentator, Eric L. Muller (University of North Carolina School of Law)

Commentator, Barbara Underwood (U.S. Attorney's Office, Eastern District of New York)

Moderator, Jill Soffiyah-Elijah (Harvard Law School, Criminal Justice Institute)


10:30 - 10:40
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10:40 - 11:40
PANEL EIGHT: JURY TRIAL


Author, Nancy J. King (Vanderbilt University School of Law), Duncan v. Louisiana: How Bigotry in the Bayou Led to the Federal Regulation of State Juries

Commentator, Jerold H. Israel (University of Florida, Levin College of Law)

Commentator, Neil Vidmar (Duke Law School)

Moderator, Adriaan Lanni (Harvard Law School)


11:40 - 11:50
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11:50 - 12:50
PANEL NINE: POLICE STOPS ON THE STREET


Author, John Q. Barrett (St. John's University School of Law), Terry v. Ohio:The Fourth Amendment Reasonableness of Police Stops and Frisks Based on Less Than Probable Cause

Commentator, Earl C. Dudley, Jr. (University of Virginia School of Law)

Commentator, Christopher Slobogin (University of Florida, Levin College of Law)

Moderator, Richard D. Parker (Harvard Law School)

12:50 - 2:00
BREAK FOR LUNCH (lunch not provided)



2:00 - 3:15
PANEL TEN:THE REVOLUATION IN PLEA BARGAINING AND SENTENCING


Author, Kate Stith (Yale Law School), United States v. Mistretta: The Constitution and the Sentencing Guidelines

Author, William J. Stuntz (Harvard Law School), Bordenkircher v. Hayes: Plea Bargaining and the Decline of the Rule of Law

Commentator, The Honorable Nancy Gertner (U.S. District Judge, District of Massachusetts)

Commentator, The Honorable Gerard E. Lynch (U.S. District Judge, Southern District of New York)

Moderator, Carol S. Steiker (Harvard Law School)