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Kimberly Ferzan : Presentations

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Keynote Address, “From Defense to Detention,” Ontario Legal Philosophy Partnership, Graduate Student Conference, Osgoode Hall Law School, May 2013.

“Self-Defense and Forfeiture,” 2013 Bowling Green Workshop in Applied Ethics:  Self-Defense.  Bowling Green State University.  April 2013.

“The Bluff,” Penn Law Legal Theory Workshop.  April 2013.

“Beyond Crime and Commitment,” American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division Conference, Berger Memorial Prize Panel on my article, San Francisco, March 2013. 

“The Bluff,” Analytic Legal Philosophy Conference.  University of Miami Law School.  March 2013 (invitation only).

Roundtable on Complicity, University of San Diego School of Law, February 2013.

“The Bluff,” LSR Fellow Seminar, Princeton University Center for Human Values, January 2013.

“Confused Culpability, Contrived Causation, and the Collapse of Tort Theory,” Conference on the Philosophical Foundations of Torts, Rutgers-Camden Institute for Law and Philosophy, November 2012 (with Larry Alexander).

Panel Commentator, Conference on the Philosophical Foundations of Torts, Rutgers-Camden Institute for Law and Philosophy, November 2012.

“The Complexities of Gun Regulation,” Federalist Society Panel (other contributor: John Lott), Rutgers University, School of Law-Camden, October 2012.

Commentator, Dallas G. Dennery II’s “Uncertainty and Deception in the Medieval and Early Modern Court,” LSR Fellow Seminar, Princeton University Center for Human Values, October 2012.

“Preventive Justice and the Presumption of Innocence,” Conference on Preventive Justice, University of Minnesota Law School Robina Institute, September 2012.

“Preventive Justice and the Presumption of Innocence,” 2012 International Conference on Law and Society, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 2012.

“Preventive Detention, Proof, and the Presumption of Innocence,” Conference on “Fraying the ‘Golden Thread’:  The Presumption of Innocence in Contemporary Criminal Law,” University of Minnesota Law School Robina Institute, May 2012.

Analytic Legal Philosophy Conference, Yale Law School, April 2012 (by invitation).

“Rethinking The Ends of Harm,” Symposium on Victor Tadros’ The Ends of Harm, Rutgers Law School, Camden, NJ, March 2012 (conference organizer).

“Will Facebook Change the Face of Criminal Law?” Panel on Facebook sponsored by student organizations, Rutgers Law School, Camden, NJ, March 2012.

“Provocateurs,” University of Maryland Law School, Legal Theory Workshop, February 2012.

“Provocateurs,” Fordham Law School Legal Theory Workshop, February 2012.

Roundtable on Criminal Law Theory Casebook Project, sponsored by Penn Law, December 2011.

“Provocateurs,” Conference on Actio Libera in Causa, Penn Law Institute for Law and Philosophy, December 2011.

“Expert Testimony,” New Jersey Judicial College, November 2011. 

“Provocateurs,” Criminal Law Theory Colloquium, NYU Law School, October 2011.

“Culpable Aggression,” University of Texas Law School, Law and Philosophy Workshop, October 2011.

“Inchoate Crimes at the Prevention/Punishment Divide,” Panel on Criminalization, 25th World Congress of Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, Frankfurt, Germany, August 2011.

Roundtable on Criminal Law Theory Casebook Project, sponsored by Rutgers University, June 2011.

“Plotting Premeditation’s Demise,” Conference on Adjudicating the Guilty Mind, Duke University School of Law, May 2011.

“Beyond Crime and Commitment,” Morality of Preventive Restriction of Liberty
Conference, University of San Diego Institute for Law and Philosophy, April 2011.

“Beyond Crime and Commitment,” American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division Conference, Panel on the Relationship between Preventive Detention and Retributive Justice, Boston, December 2010.

Roundtable on Criminal Law Theory Casebook Project, sponsored by the University of Illinois College of Law, October 2010.

“Culpable Aggression,” Kline Workshop on Enforcement and Compensation Rights, University of Missouri Philosophy Department, September 2010.

“The Unsolved Mysteries of Causation and Responsibility,” Symposium of Causation and Responsibility, Rutgers-Camden Institute for Law and Philosophy, August 2010 (conference organizer).

Analytic Legal Philosophy Conference, NYU Law School, April 2010 (by invitation).

University of Pennsylvania Law School Mini-Symposium on Crime and Culpability, December 2009 (symposium in honor of my co-authored book).

Roundtable on Ignorance of the Law, Rutgers-Camden Institute for Law and Philosophy, November 2009 (roundtable co-organizer).

Roundtable on the Philosophical Foundations of Tort Law, University of San Diego School of Law, October 2009.

“Beyond the Special Part,” Conference on the Philosophical Foundations of Criminal Law, Rutgers-Newark Law School, September 2009.

“Rules of Evidence:  Update 2009,” New Jersey Institute for Continuing Education, June 2009.

University of Illinois’ Institute for Law and Philosophy Conference, “A Celebration of Crime and Culpability,” Chicago, May 2009 (symposium in honor of my co-authored book).

“Beyond the Special Part,” Fordham Law School, Criminal Law Speaker Series, April 2009.

“Beyond the Special Part,” FSU College of Law Faculty Workshop, February 2009.

“Justification and Excuse,” Roundtable on Oxford Handbook of the Philosophy of Criminal Law, sponsored by the University of Illinois School of Law, Chicago, September 2008.

“Arson and the Special Part,” Commentary on Michael Cahill’s “Grading Arson,” Rutgers-Camden Institute for Law and Philosophy, Conference, “The Evolution of Criminal Law Theory,” May 2008 (conference co-organizer).

Analytic Legal Philosophy Conference, Yale Law School, April 2008  (by invitation).

“Beyond the Special Part,” Boston University School of Law Faculty Workshop, March 2008.

“Culpable Acts of Risk Creation,” Southwestern Law School Faculty Workshop, January 2008.

Roundtable on Blame and Retribution: Their Justifications and Preconditions, University of San Diego School of Law, January 2008.

Moderator/Chair, “The Margins of Legal Personhood,” AALS Annual Meeting, Section on Jurisprudence, January 2008.

Planning Committee, Oxford University Press, The Philosophical Foundations of Criminal Law, Louisiana State University Law Center, November 2007.

Roundtable on “The Reasonable,” co-sponsored by the Law and Philosophy Institutes at the University of Illinois, University of San Diego, and Rutgers University-Camden.  Manchester, Vermont, November 2007 (organizer).

“Justifying Self-Defense,” University of Illinois College of Law Faculty Workshop, August 2007.

Chapters Two and Three of Crime and Culpability, Analytic Legal Philosophy Conference, Boalt Hall, Berkeley, California, April 2007 (with Larry Alexander) (attendance by invitation).

Roundtable on the Relationship Between Distributive, Retributive, and Corrective Justice, co-sponsored by the Law and Philosophy Institutes at the University of Illinois, University of Pennsylvania, University of San Diego, and Rutgers University.  Tapatio Springs, Texas, March 2007.

Moderator/Chair, “Crafting a Scholarly Persona,” AALS Annual Meeting, Section on Scholarship, January 2007.

“Can I Admit This Hearsay?  Issues Under the Confrontation Clause Post-Crawford,” New Jersey Judicial Conference, November 2006.  Co-panelist:  Judge Jack Sabatino.

“Holistic Culpability,” Symposium on George Fletcher’s The Grammar of the Criminal Law: American, Comparative, International, Cardozo Law School, November 2006.

“Beyond Intention,” Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum, June 2006.  Commentator:  Michael Moore. (Paper then titled, “The Inseparable Effects Enigma”).

“Personal Identity and Criminal Responsibility,” Rutgers-Camden Institute for Law and Philosophy, Conference, The Boundaries of Rights and Responsibilities, May 2006 (conference co-organizer).

Roundtable on Intention and Responsibility, co-sponsored by the Law and Philosophy Institutes at the University of Illinois, University of Pennsylvania, University of San Diego, and Rutgers University.  Death Valley, California, January 2006.

Analytic Legal Philosophy Conference, University of Texas School of Law, April 2005 (by invitation).

Roundtable on Consent, co-sponsored by the Law and Philosophy Institutes at the University of Illinois, University of Pennsylvania, University of San Diego, and Rutgers University.  Colorado Springs, Colorado, November 2004.

“The Epistemic Dimension of Self-Defense” (now “Justifying Self-Defense”), Rutgers-Camden Institute for Law and Philosophy, Conference, Justifications and Excuses:  Legal and Philosophical Perspectives, May 2004.  Commentators:  Jeff McMahan and Paul Robinson. (conference organizer).

“Murder After the Merger,” Commentary on Claire Finkelstein’s Merger and Felony Murder, Workshop on the Theory of the Criminal Law’s “Special Part,” Louisiana State University Law Center, March 2004.  

Discussant, The Changing Meaning of Mens Rea, Law & Society Annual Meeting, June 2003.