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March 4, 2008

Q: "Hey, lawyer, you've just figured out crack retroactivity, now what are ya going to do?"

A: "I'm going to DisneyWorld! ... But only after I attend this terrific the Seventeenth Annual National Seminar on the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, co-sponsored by the US Sentencing Commission and the Federal Bar Association, which is scheduled for May 21-23 in Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida!"

All the particulars of this exciting event are set out in this event brochure, which highlights that the Seminar presents an opportunity to commune with the entire sentencing commission, many staff, key judges, prosecutors, professors and others still trying to sort through post-Booker realities.  As detailed in the brochure, this Seminar brings together many folks who are really in-the-know about federal sentencing law and practice.  (I have the honor to be part of a great panel on "Guideline Departures & Variances Outside the Range under § 3553(a)," though I expect I will learn more than I know to share about this still-challenging post-Booker topic.)

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Just make sure you come back and tell us all that you know... :)

Posted by: ForAllPeople | Mar 4, 2008 2:02:42 PM

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