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November 17, 2005

Houston, we have a Booker project

For my fourth Booker trip in as many weeks, I now am off to the airport to fly to Houston.  Tomorrow I have the pleasure of participating in the Houston Law Center's terrific event, noted recently at CrimProf Blog and further detailed here, entitled "The Booker Project : The Future of Federal Sentencing." 

Blogging will likely be light over the next few days as I take my sentencing and SCOTUS obsessions to the Lone Star State.  While I am off line, fellow obsessives should check out the many recent posts of sentencing interest over at Crime & Federalism and CrimProf Blog.  And SCOTUS fans should remember not only that the Harvard Law Review's Supreme Court issue is now available, but also that the latest issue of the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law has a great symposium on "The Warren Court Criminal Justice Revolution: Reflections a Generation Later."   

For more on the OSJCL symposium, check out this press release.  It notes that "articles in the OSJCL Fall 2005 issue provide important new perspectives on how a Justice Alito and the rest of the Roberts Court might re-examine the Supreme Court's always evolving criminal justice jurisprudence."  Also, lots of my Alito posts are assembled in this archive.

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