National experts on juvenile transfer, procedural rights, and punishment will exchange ideas and commentary on these issues, among others.
I am grateful to my former UNC colleague, Professor Arnold Loewy, for including me among this illustrious group.
Here is the schedule of events:
9:15-9:45: Opening keynote—Franklin Zimring (U.C. Berkeley)
10:00-12:00: Panel 1: When are (should) juveniles (be) tried as juveniles and when as adults?
Moderator: Ellen Podgor (Stetson). Panelists: Carissa Hessick (Arizona St.), Jancy Hoeffel (Tulane), David Pimentel (Ohio Northern), Chris Slobogin (Vanderbilt)
12:00-1:15: Lexis-Nexis Luncheon:
Speaker Arnold Loewy (Texas Tech): “The Supreme Court and Juveniles”
1:15-3:15: Panel 2. Do (should) juveniles have more, less, the same, or different procedural rights than are accorded to adults?
Moderator: Richard McAdams (Chicago). Panelists: Ron Allen (Northwestern), Tamar Birckhead (UNC), Patrick Metze (Texas Tech), David Tanenhaus (UNLV)
3:30-5:30: Panel 3: What is (should be) the limits of juvenile punishment?
Moderator: Joshua Dressler (Ohio St.) (tentative). Panelists: Joseph Kennedy (UNC), Michael Perlin (NY Law School), Kevin Saunders (Mich. St.), Irene Sullivan (retired Juvenile Court Judge—Tampa).
5:30-6:30: Wine and Cheese Reception
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