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June 22, 2007

AFDA webcast on Rita

As detailed on this page, Gregory Nicolaysen, the founder of the Association of Federal Defense Attorneys (AFDA), has organized an audio webcast for this Monday (June 25) at 12noon EDT to allow me to discuss Rita and its possible aftermath.  (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.)

Though I plan primarily to recap and expand upon much of the Rita commentary already appearing on the blog, I'd be grateful if readers might use the comments to note any issues that seem particular important for me to cover during this webcast.

June 22, 2007 at 04:10 PM | Permalink


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