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January 31, 2005

PLI's upcoming program on Booker

If you just cannot get enough Booker on this blog, you will be happy to hear that the Practising Law Institute has arranged for a "Telephone Briefing," on February 11, 2005 from 1:00pm -- 2:30pm EST to examine the impact of Booker.  US Sentencing Commissioner Michael Horowitz and Professor Leonard Orland will participate in briefing, and you can access registration details for the event here and the details for accessing a live audio webcast here.  At both links you will see that PLI plans to cover a wide array of key post-Booker topics.

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