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Alison Siegler : Presentations

"Stash Houses, Secrets, and Sentences: A Trifecta of Cutting-Edge Practice Pointers," Federal Bar Association Annual Federal Criminal Practice Program, 9 May 2013 (presenter and conference organizer)

"Two Federal Sentencing Revolutions," Chicago Bar Association Young Lawyers’ Division Criminal Section Meeting, 30 November 2012

"Federal Sentencing in 2012," Annual CJA & IACDL Criminal Defense Seminar, 9 November 2012

"Death-in-Prison Sentences for Children: Evolving Jurisprudence Regarding Extreme Sentencing of Youth," Yale Law School Association of Illinois, 27 November 2012 (panel organizer)

"Annual Review of the Supreme Court’s Term: Criminal Cases," American Bar Association Annual Meeting, 3 August 2012  (panelist)

"New Sentencing Litigation Strategies," Seminar for Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys, 7 June 2012

"Twenty-Five Years of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines," Seventh Circuit Judicial Conference, 7 May 2012 (panelist)

"Attacking the Guidelines," National Sentencing Advocacy Workshop, 29 March 2012

Women in the Judiciary panel, University of Chicago Law School, 11 March 2012 (moderator)

Undergraduate Careers in Law panel, University of Chicago Law School, 5 March 2012

"How I Write" Panel, University of Chicago Law School, 16 February 2012

“'The Quality of Mercy is Not Strained': Using Storytelling to Help Clinic Students Connect with Clients and Courts," Midwest Clinical Law Teachers Conference, November 2011 (co-presenter)

Criminal Law Society Careers Panel, University of Chicago Law School, 16 November 2011 (moderator)

"Sentencing Blagojevich," Yale Law School Alumni Association, 6 July 2011 (panelist)

"Attacking the Guidelines with Spears and Pepper," Seminar for Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys, 23 June 2011

Chicago Justice Initiative sentencing panel, University of Chicago Law School, 12 May 2011

"Immigration Considerations and Consequences: From Bond Through Sentencing and Beyond," Seminar for Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys, 5 May 2011

Faculty Clerkship Panel, University of Chicago Law School, 3 May 2011

"Day in the Life" presentation regarding the clinics, University of Chicago Law School, 28 March 2011

"Women in Law: An Honest Discussion on the Experiences of Women Lawyers in Different Practice Areas," Law Women’s Caucus Diversity Month Panel at University of Chicago Law School, 27 January 2011 (moderator)

"The Newest Frontier of the Federal Sentencing Revolution," American Constitution Society Panel, 21 January 2011 (with Julie Ruder and James Burnham)

Public Interest Law Society Panel, University of Chicago Law School, 28 October 2010 (panelist with John Knight and Juliet Summers)

"Attacking the Guidelines With 3553(a)’s Spears," Annual Criminal Defense Seminar, 12 November 2010; National Sentencing Advocacy Workshop, July 2010; National Sentencing Advocacy Workshop, March 2010

Public Interest Careers Faculty Panel, University of Chicago Law School, 1 March 2010 (panelist with Aziz Huq, Adam Cox, and Emily Satterthwaite)

Annual Criminal Justice Act Seminar, November 2009

"The Changing Court: The Supreme Court’s 2009-2010 Term," University of Chicago Alumni Club, November 2009 (panelist with Todd Henderson and Jeffrey Sarles) 

"Is Life Without Parole for Juveniles Who Commit Non-Homicides Constitutional?," American Constitution Society at University of Chicago Law Scool, 15 October 2009

ACS Board of Advisors and Board of Directors meeting, 18 September 2009

"Putting the Guidelines in a Half-Nelson: Fighting For and Winning Lower Sentences," National Winning Strategies Seminar, May 2009

"Will Judicial Discretion Triumph? Reflections on the Supreme Court’s Ongoing Federal Sentencing Revolution," Yale Law School Alumni Association, 21 April 2009 (panelist)

"Putting the Guidelines in a Half-Nelson: Fighting For and Winning Lower Sentences," National Sentencing Advocacy Workshop, March 2009

“Pathways to Law,” University of Chicago Taking the Next Step Program, January 2009 (panelist)

"The Past, Present, and Future of Criminal Sentencing and Federal Judging," American Constitution Society at University of Chicago Law School, November 2008 (panelist with Judge Robert W. Pratt)