Conference: Criminal Procedure in the Spotlight

Date: 
Friday, May 30, 2014 - 9:00am - Saturday, May 31, 2014 - 2:00pm
Location: 
Room V
Contact info (email or phone): 

Marjorie Holme, mholme@uchicago.edu, 773-702-0220

Criminal Procedure in the Spotlight
Theoretical, Constitutional, and Administrative Developments

Organized by Richard Epstein, Richard McAdams, and Alison Siegler

Sponsored by the University of Chicago Law Review, the Coase-Sandor Instittue for Law and Economics, and the Classical Liberal Institute at New York University School of Law.

Conference Schedule

Friday:  May 30, 2014

8:45 welcome

 

8:45–9:30

Restructuring Clemency: The Cost of Ignoring Clemency and a Plan for Renewal, Rachel Barkow, New York University Law School, and Mark Osler, University of St. Thomas

9:30–10:15

Unbundling Criminal Trial Rights, John Rappaport, University of Chicago Law School

10:30–11:15

The American Death Penalty and the (In)Visitility of Race, Carol Steiker, Harvard University, and Jordan Steiker, University of Texas

11:15–12:00

The Law of Police, Richard McAdams, University of Chicago Law School

12:00–12:45

Two More Ways Not to Think about Privacy and the Fourth Amendment, David Sklansky,University of California, Berkeley

2:00–2:45

Entick v. Carrington and Boyd v. United States: Keeping the Fourth and Fifth Amendments on Track, Richard Epstein, New York University Law School, Hoover Institute, University of Chicago Law School

2:45–3:30

The Child Quasi-Witness, Richard Friedman, University of Michigan Law School, and Stephen J. Ceci, Cornell University College of Human Ecology

3:45–4:30

Substitution in Criminal Procedure: Electronic Surveillance and Defendant Cooperation,Tom Miles, University of Chicago Law School

4:30–5:15

Katz Has Only One Step: The Irrelevance of Subjective Expectations, Orin Kerr, George Washington University

Saturday: May 31, 2014

9:00–9:45 

Following the Script: Narratives of Suspicion and (Un)Reasonable Stops in Street Policing, Jeff Fagan, Columbia University Law School, and Amanda Geller, Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health

9:45–10:30

The Relevance of Policy Effectiveness to Constitutionality, Tracey Meares, Yale University School of Law

10:45–11:30