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June 29, 2011

"Writing About Criminal Punishment?"

The question in the title of this post is posed by colleagues whom have asked me to post this announcement:

If you're writing about a criminal punishment-related topic this summer, consider participating in the ABA-AALS joint conference "Reducing Our Reliance on Incarceration," October 27-28 in D.C.  In addition to a fantastic line-up of confirmed speakers, there will be an opportunity to present works-in-progress in a roundtable format, scheduled for the first afternoon of the conference, Oct. 27th.  Be on the look-out later this summer for a Call for Submissions (helpfully timed to coincide to when you might be uploading your abstract to Express-o).  If you'd like more information before then, feel free to contact Giovanna Shay at gshay@law.wne.edu.

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The assumption is to loose vicious predators on minority neighborhoods. It is irresponsible. I am sure any submission opposing such an assumption will not be welcome.

Posted by: Supremacy Claus | Jul 2, 2011 10:41:55 AM

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