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January 30, 2009

Off-line while participating in Stanford Law Review symposium about media

Ironically, I may be off-line and unable to comment on media, justice and the law for a little while because I am participating the Stanford Law Review's symposium on "Media, Justice, and the Law."  The details of the event are here and here.  All of the papers written for the event are really interesting; I am looking forward to an exciting event and I think a webcast should be available here.

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Thank you for a lively panel! It appears your suggestion, web cams on death row, might not be so far-fetched after all: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/4182199.stm (though I believe this is not in the same spirit as you intended...). In any case, no matter the disagreements among panelists, I want to thank you all for bringing attention to a topic that receives too little meaningful attention in the media (both new and old).

Posted by: SLS Student | Feb 1, 2009 3:19:08 AM

Thanks for attending and for your interest.

Posted by: Doug B. | Feb 1, 2009 1:29:49 PM

This is a great link you have posted.

Posted by: Acai | Sep 16, 2009 9:31:34 AM

Great message to be linked to

Posted by: magnaflow 15609 | Nov 20, 2009 12:52:39 PM

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