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November 11, 2004

University of Chicago Legal Forum symposium

Blogging may be a bit lighter over the next few days as I gear up for and attend the University of Chicago Legal Forum's Annual Symposium on "Punishment and Crime," which is taking place Friday, November 12, 2004 & Saturday, November 13, 2004.


The basic details for the event can be found here, where you will see I have the honor of giving the Keynote Address. Today the Legal Forum folks sent me a copy of the full program, which contains bios for all the participants and paper/discussion abstracts for the panelists and moderators.  A copy of the full program can be downloaded below.

I am quite excited for the event (perhaps in part because many of the presentations will be covering topics other than Blakely).  I hope to be able to post at least occasionally over the next few days, if only to detail some of what I learn while at Chicago.

Download u_of_c_legal_forum_2004_program.doc

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Posted by: Evelyn | Nov 11, 2004 3:47:35 PM

Unfortunately your keynote coincided with the MPRE! Count me among the disappointed 3Ls compelled to miss your talk. Next time.

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Posted by: Allison Trump | Nov 14, 2005 3:42:28 PM

Nice to hear that the University of Chicago Legal Forum's have conducted an Annual Symposium on "Punishment and Crime,".but i have just now come to know about it and i feel sorry for not attended it as it was held in 2004. i would like to participate if it is to be held now. get me informed about it.
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