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March 26, 2007

Another AFDA webcast on Booker developments

I have been working again with Gregory Nicolaysen, the founder of the Association of Federal Defense Attorneys (AFDA), to again utilize the AFDA's cool Audio Webcast System.  As detailed here, my second audio webcast is scheduled for this Tuesday (March 27) at 12noon EST. 

The basic plan is to provide an "informal, 90-minute discussion covering key developments in federal sentencing."  I expect to focus on what we might take away from the Claiborne and Rita arguments and other current legal and political realities surrounding federal sentencing these days.

Unlike other groups seeking big bucks for such webcasts, the AFDA only charges a nominal fee for participating and the webcast is made available free to all federal court personnel, federal public defenders, and full-time law professors and students.  I am grateful to Greg and the AFDA for putting this event together, and I hope to continue participating in these sorts of user-friendly webcasts on a regular basis if it helps folks trying to sort out the post-Booker world.

March 26, 2007 at 01:37 PM | Permalink


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