This seminar is designed both for those who want to be successful practitioners and for those who simply want to know where the law is going and why: in other words, the seminar's focus is both practical and jurisprudential. The subject of the seminar is... (2 pts.)
In 1972, Judge Marvin Frankel wrote that "the almost wholly unchecked and sweeping powers we give to judges in fashioning of sentences are terrifying and intolerable for a society that professes devotion to the rule of law." In part as a response to this... Learn more
This seminar will examine a number of current topics and issues facing practitioners of federal criminal law, whether as prosecutors or defense lawyers. Topics will include: (1) False confessions and their implications for the traditional law of... Learn more
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