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Muneer I. Ahmad (Yale Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - What Lies at the Intersection of Povery, Property and Immigration
Bio: AHMAD, MUNEER I. (M) Clin. Prof. of Law, Yale. AB, 1993, Harvard; JD, 1996, Harvard. Admitted: NY, 1997; CA, 1997; DC, 2003. Clerk, Hon. William K. Sessions III U.S.D.C. Burlington VT, 1996-1997; Skadden Fel., Asian Pacific Am. Legal Cntr. L.A., 1997-1999; Staff Att'y, 1999-2001; Ass't Prof., American, 2001-2004; Assoc. Prof., American, 2004 - 2007; Prof. of Law, American, 2007 - 2009. Subjects: Immigration Law; Transnational Development Clinic; Worker and Immigrant Rights Advocacy Clinic. Consultantships: Bd. of Adv'rs, So. Asian Am. Leaders for Tomorrow, since 2006.

Gregory S. Alexander (Cornell Law School)
Session: Plenary Session- Reconsidering State v. Shack
Bio: ALEXANDER, GREGORY S. (M) A. Robert Noll Prof., Cornell. b.1948. BA, 1970, Illinois; J.D., 1973, Northwestern. Nw.U.L.Rev. Clerk, Hon. George Edwards U.S.C.A., 1973-1974; Bigelow Fel., Univ. of Chgo., 1974-1975; Ass't Prof., Georgia, 1975-1978; Assoc. Prof., 1978-1984; Prof., Cornell, 1984 - Pres; Vis. Fel., Max-Planck Inst. for Comp. Public Law & Int'l Law Heidelberg Germany, 1997; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 1997-1998; Fellow, Cntr. for Adv'd Study in the Behav'l Scis. Stanford, 2003-2004. Subjects: Elder Law (S); Estates; Real Property; Taxation, Federal; Theories of Property (S); Theories of Property (S); Trusts & Estates. Books & Awards: A Fourth Way (with Skapska), 1993; Family Prop. Law (with Waggoner, and Fellows), 2d ed. , 1997; Commodity & Propriety, 1997; Best Law Bk. of, 1997; Family Prop. Law (with Waggoner, Fellows, and Gallanis), 3d ed. , 2002; The Global Debate Over Const'l Prop., 2006; Prop. (with Dukeminier, Krier, and Schill, 6th ed.), 2006; Prop. and Community (with Penalver), 2010; Prop. (with Dukeminier, Krier, and Schill, 7th ed.), 2010. Member: Law & Soc. Assn.; Am. Soc. Legal Hist.; Am. Soc. for Pol. & Legal Phil. Consultantships: Adv'r, Restmt. Third of Trusts, since 2002.

Fabio Arcila, Jr. (Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center)
Session: Criminal Procedure Pedagogy Roundtable
Bio: ARCILA, FABIO , JR. (M) Prof., Touro. b.1969. BA, 1991, Michigan; JD, 1994, UC, Berkeley. Cal. L. Rev.; Assoc. Ed., La Raza L.J. Admitted: NY, 2002. Staff Att'y, Legal Services of Southeastern MI, Ann Arbor MI, 1994-1997; Clerk, Hon. Julian Abele Cook Jr. U.S.E.D. Michigan, Detroit MI, 1997-1999; Clerk, Hon. Julio M. Fuentes U.S.C.A. 3rd Cir., Newark, NJ, 2000-2001; Litig. Assoc., Fried Frank, New York, New York, 2001-2004; Prof., Touro Law Cntr., Since 2004; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Fordham Univ. Law Sch., 2008 - 2009; Vis. Prof., Bklyn. Law Sch., 2011 - 2012. Subjects: Administrative Law; Civil Procedure; Criminal Procedure; Federal Courts; Welfare Law (S). Books & Awards: 2007, Professor of the Year; 2010, James Madison Prize (from Soc'y Hist. in the Fed. Gov't) for 50 B.C. L. Rev. 363 (2009).Member: AALS Sect. Minority Groups-Exec. Comm.-2008-2011; 3d Nat'l People of Color Legal Scholarship Conf.-Planning Comm.-2010; Northeast People of Color Legal Scholarship Conf.-Planning Comm.; SALT; Am. Const. Socy.

Bernadette Atuahene (Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology)
Session: Plenary Session- Transnational Perspective on Poverty, Immigration and Property
Bio: ATUAHENE, BERNADETTE (F) Assoc. Prof. of Law, Chicago-Kent. MPA, 2002, Harvard; JD, 2002, Yale. Admitted: NY, 2004. Law Clerk, So. African Const'l Ct. Johannesburg, 2002-2003; Assoc., Cleary Gottlieb Stein & Hamilton NY, 2004-2005. Subjects: International Business Transactions; Property. Books & Awards: Patrick Stewart Human Rts. Award, 2000; Coun. on Foreign Rels. Int'l Affrs. Fel., 2007. Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n. Consultantships: Consult., World Bank, 2000-02; Legal Consult., Off. of St. Senator Collins, since 2006.

Susan A. Bandes (DePaul University College of Law)
Session: Criminal Procedure Pedagogy Roundtable
Bio: BANDES, SUSAN A. (F) Prof., Dean's Dist. Scholar, DePaul. b.1951. BA, 1973, Buffalo; JD, 1976, Michigan. Admitted: IL, 1976. Staff Att'y, St. Appellate Defender's Off. IL, 1977-1981; Staff Counsel, ACLU IL, 1981-1984; Ass't Prof., De Paul, 1984-1987; Assoc. Prof., 1987-1990; Prof., 1990 - Pres; Vis. Prof., Northwestern, 1996; Vis. Scholar, Cntr. for the Study of Law & Soc. Cal. Berkeley, 2005; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Chgo. Law Sch., 2007 - 2008. Subjects: Civil Rights (S); Criminal Procedure; Federal Jurisdiction; Law & Literature (S); Law and Emotion (S). Books & Awards: The Passions of Law (Ed.), 1999. 2009, Wicklander Fellowship in Professional Ethics.Member: AALS (Chair, Sect. on Fed. Cts., Exec. Com., Sect. of Fed. Cts., Exec. Com., Sect. on Civil Rts., Adv'y Com., Sect. on Const'l Law), Adv'y Com,, Sect. on Crim. Justice; Law and Soc. Ass'n (article prize committee); Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Bd. of Gov'rs, Chgo. Coun. of Lawyers, 1993-95; Rptr., The Const. Proj.: Nat'l Com. to Prevent Wrongful Executions, 2000-01; Mem., Chicago Council of Lawyers: Adv'y Com. to Examine the Cook Cty. Crim. Just. Sys., 2005-08; Res. Fel., Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research, since 2007; Member, Bd. of Advisors, American Constitution Society, Chicago Chapter, since 2009.

Mario L. Barnes (University of California, Irvine School of Law)
Session: Ajudicatory Criminal Procedure, Criminal Clinic and Other Topics Pedagogy Roundtable
Bio: BARNES, MARIO L. (M) Sr. Assoc. Dean of Acad. Affrs. and Prof. of Law, Cal., Irvine. b.1969. BA, 1990, UC, Berkeley; JD, 1995, UC, Berkeley; LLM, 2004, Wisconsin. Co Ed.-in-Ch., African Am. L. & Pol'y Rep. (now BJALP). Admitted: CA, 1995; DC, 1997. Trial Counsel/Defense Counsel, USN Legal Serv. Off. Guam, 1995-1997; Staff Judge Advocate, Western Hemisphere Grp. USN Mayport FL, 1997-2000; Dep. Admiralty Counsel, Admiralty Div. JAG USN DC, 2000-2002; William H. Hastie Fel., Univ. of Wisconsin Law Sch., 2002-2004; Assoc. Prof. of Law, Univ. of Miami, 2004 - 2009; Prof. of Law, Univ. of Miami, 2009; Prof. of Law, Univ. of California, Irvine, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Evidence; Law & Inequality (S); Law of Armed Conflict (S); National Security Law (S). Books & Awards: 2008, AALS Minority Groups Section Derrick Bell Award.Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n (Trustee Class 2010; Diversity Comm., 2003-08; Prog. Comm., 2006; John Hope Franklin Award Comm., 2011).; Soc. of Am. Law Teachers. Consultantships: Adv'y Coun. Mem., Thelton Henderson Cntr. for Social Just., Cal., Berkeley, since 2002.

D. Benjamin Barros (Widener University Delaware Law School)
Session: AALS Luncheon - Workshop on Poverty, Immigration and Property
Bio: BARROS, D. BENJAMIN (M) Assoc. Dean Fac. R&D, Assoc. Prof. (Harrisburg), Widener. b.1969. AB, 1991, Colgate Univ.; JD, 1996, Fordham. Notes & Arts. Ed., Fordham L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1997; PA, 2011. Clerk, Hon. Milton Pollack U.S.D.C. S.D.N.Y NYC, 1996-1997; Assoc., Debevoise & Plimpton NYC, 1997-2000; Assoc., Latham & Watkins NYC, 2000-2004; Assoc. Prof., WIdener, Since 2004. Subjects: Business Associations; Property; Real Estate Transactions. Member: Coif.

Douglas A. Berman (The Ohio State University, Michael E. Moritz College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Mass Incarceration, Criminal Sentencing, and the Politics of Crime and Punishment
Bio: BERMAN, DOUGLAS A. (M) Saxbe Designated Prof., Ohio State. b.1968. AB, 1990, Princeton; JD, 1993, Harvard. Dev. Chair, Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1997. Clerk, Hon. Jon O. Newman Ch. Judge U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. Hartford CT, 1993-1994; Clerk, Hon. Guido Calabresi U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. New Haven CT, 1994-1995; Assoc., Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison NYC, 1995-1997; Ass't Prof., Ohio St., 1997-2001; Assoc. Prof., 2001-2004; Prof., Since 2004. Subjects: Advanced Sentencing (S); Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure-Evidence Gathering; Criminal Punishment & Sentencing; Introduction to Intellectual Property; Legal Writing & Analysis.

Daniel Bonilla (University of Los Andes Faculty of Law)
Session: Plenary Session- Transnational Perspective on Poverty, Immigration and Property

Paul J. Boudreaux (Stetson University College of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations I
Bio: BOUDREAUX, PAUL J. (M) Prof. of Law, Stetson. JD, 1988, Univ. of Va.; LLM, 1998, Georgetown. Exec. Ed., Va. L. Rev. Admitted: VA, 1988; DC, 1988. Jud'l Clerk, U.S.D.C. DC, 1988-1989; Trial Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1989-2000; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Tulane, 2000-2001; Vis. Ass't Prof., Richmond, 2001-2003; Ass't Prof., Stetson, 2003-2006; Assoc. Prof., 2006 - 2009; Professor, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Environmental Law; Land Use; Natural Resources (S); Property; Torts. Member: Order of the Coif.

Joshua Bowers (University of Virginia School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Discretion as the Exercise of Prudence or an Abuse of Power?: Evaluating and Regulating the Judgments of Police and Prosecutors
Bio: BOWERS, JOSHUA Assoc. Prof, Univ. of V.

Tonya L. Brito (University of Wisconsin Law School)
Session: Paper Presentations II
Bio: BRITO, TONYA L. (F) Assoc. Prof., Wisconsin. b.1964. AB, 1986, Barnard Coll.; JD, 1989, Harvard. Exec. Ed., Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. Admitted: PA, 1990; DC, 1992. Jud. Clerk, Hon. John Garrett Penn U.S.D.C. DC, 1989-1991; Assoc., Wilmer Cutler & Pickering DC, 1991-1995; Assoc. Prof., Ariz. St., 1995-1997; Ass't Prof., Wisconsin, 1997-2001; Assoc. Prof., Since 2001. Subjects: Children Law & Society (S); Civil Procedure; Family Law.

Eleanor Brown (The George Washington University Law School)
Session: Plenary Session- Transnational Perspective on Poverty, Immigration and Property
Bio: BROWN, ELEANOR MARIE (F) Assoc. Prof. of Law, Geo. Was. b.1971. BSc, 1993, Brown Univ.; M Phil, 1997, University of Oxford (Balliol); JD, 1999, Yale. Notes Dev. Editor, Yale L. J. Admitted: CT, 2000. Law Clerk, Chambers of the Hon. Patricia Wald, Washington, D.C., 1999; Law Clerk, Chambers of the Hon. Keith Ellison, Laredo, TX, 1999 - 2000. Subjects: Immigration Law; Property. Books & Awards: 1995, Rhodes Scholarship.

Paul Butler (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Plenary Session - Mass Incarceration, Criminal Sentencing, and the Politics of Crime and Punishment
Bio: BUTLER, PAUL (M) Carville Dickinson Benson Res. Prof. of Law, Georgetown. b.1961. BA, 1982, Yale; JD, 1986, Harvard. Admitted: NY, 1987; DC, 1988. Clerk, Hon. Mary Johnson Lowe U.S.D.C. S.D.N.Y. NYC, 1986-1987; Assoc., Williams & Connolly DC, 1987-1990; Trial Att'y, Dep't of Just. Crim. Div. Public Integrity Sect. DC, 1990-1993; Assoc. Prof., Geo. Wash., 1993-2000; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Pennsylvania, 1999; Prof., Geo. Wash., Since 2000. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Race, Racism & Law. Member: ALI.

Janet M. Calvo (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations I
Bio: CALVO, JANET M. (F) Professor, CUNY at Queens. b.1947. JD, 1973, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1974. Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. NY, 1973-1977; Clin. Ass't Prof., New York Univ., 1977-1985; Assoc. Prof., CUNY at Queens, Since 1985. Subjects: Civil Clinic; Civil Procedure; Health Law (S); Immigration & Nationality Law; Legal Approaches to Social Problems (S); Legislation (S); Urban Law (S). Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Cntr. for Immigrants' Rts., since 1986; Bd. of Dirs., Cntr. for Social Welfare Policy, since 1990.

Bennett Capers (Brooklyn Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - A Man’s Castle?: The State, Crime, and the Home
Bio: CAPERS, BENNETT Assoc. Dean for Intell'l Life and Assoc. Prof. of Law, Brooklyn. BA, 1988, Princeton; JD, 1991, Columbia. Admitted: NY, 1991. Ass't U.S. Att'y, NY, 1995-2004. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Evidence; Law & Literature; Race and the Law (S); Race, Gender, and Crime (S). Books & Awards: Hofstra Univ. Dist. Lecture, 2006. 2009, Stessin Award.

Bennett Capers (Brooklyn Law School)
Session: Plenary Session: Fresh Ideas for Intractable Problems in Criminal Law
Bio: CAPERS, BENNETT Assoc. Dean for Intell'l Life and Assoc. Prof. of Law, Brooklyn. BA, 1988, Princeton; JD, 1991, Columbia. Admitted: NY, 1991. Ass't U.S. Att'y, NY, 1995-2004. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Evidence; Law & Literature; Race and the Law (S); Race, Gender, and Crime (S). Books & Awards: Hofstra Univ. Dist. Lecture, 2006. 2009, Stessin Award.

Kami Chavis (Wake Forest University School of Law)
Session: Criminal Procedure Pedagogy Roundtable
Bio: SIMMONS, KAMI C. (F) Assoc. Prof., Wake Forest. BA, 1996, North Carolina; JD, 1999, Harvard. Admitted: DC, 2000; MD, 2000. Assoc., Fried Frank Jarris Shriver & Jacobson, DC., Pres; Ass't Att'y, U.S. Att'y, DC, Pres; Assoc. Prof. of Law, Wake Forest Univ. Sch. of Law, 2005 - Pres. Subjects: Criminal law; Criminal Procedure; Perspectives in Law Enforcement (S); Professional Responsibility. Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Mem., Wake Forest University Police Advisory Committee, since 2010.

Gabriel "Jack" Chin (University of California, Davis, School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: The Competitive Advantage of Grounded Scholarship: Finding New Opportunities and New Reasons to Bridge the Gap between Academics and Practitioners
Bio: CHIN, GABRIEL "JACK" (M) Professor, UC, Davis. b.1964. BA, 1985, Wesleyan Univ.; JD, 1988, Michigan; LLM, 1995, Yale. Yale L. & Pol'y Rev.; Yale Law and Policy Rev. Admitted: MA, 1988; NY, 1989. Clerk, Hon. Richard P. Matsch U.S.D.J., Denver, 1989; Assoc., Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom , New York and Boston, 1990 - 1991; Assoc. Appellate Counsel, Legal Aid Soc. of NY Crim. App. Bur. NYC, New York, NY, 1992 - 1994; Ass't Prof., Western New England, 1995 - 1998; Assoc. Prof., Cincinnati, 1998 - 1999; Prof., Cincinnati, 1999 - 2001; Rufus King Prof., Cincinnati, 2001 - 2003; Vis. Prof., New York Univ., 2001; Interim Assoc. Dean, Cincinnati, 2002; Prof., Univ. of Ariz., 2003 - 2004; Dir., Prog. in Crim. Law and Policy, 2004 - 2011; Prof. of Public Admin. & Policy, Univ. of Arizona, Sch. of Gov't and Public Policy, 2004 - 2011; Chester H. Smith Prof., Univ. of Arizona, Rogers Coll. of Law, 2004 - Pres; Prof. of Law, UC, Davis, 2011 - Pres. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Criminal Procedure (S); Immigration Law; Race and Law. Books & Awards: NYC Police Corruption Investigations, 1894-1994, 1997; Affirmative Action and the Const., 1998; Immig. and the Const., 2001. Member: ALI; Am. Soc. for Legal Hist. Consultantships: Rptr., Stands. for Crim. Just., Collateral Sanctions & Discretionary Disqualification, ABA, 2001-04; Rptr., Uniform Collateral Consequences of Conviction Act, Nat'l Conf. of Comm'rs on Unif. St. Laws, since 2005; Spec. Ass't Att'y Gen., St of AZ, 2006-11.

Donna K. Coker (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Criminal Law Pedagogy Roundtable
Bio: COKER, DONNA K. (F) Prof., Miami. b.1957. BSW, 1978, Harding Univ.; MSW, 1982, Univ. of Ark.; JD, 1991, Stanford. Stan. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1991. Assoc., Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe Palo Alto CA, Palo Alto, CA, 1991-1993; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Miami Sch. of Law, 1995-2001; Prof., Univ. of Miami Sch. of Law, Since 2001; Acad. Assoc. Dean, Univ. of Miami Sch. of Law, 2005 - 2009; Vis. Professor of Law, Bklyn. Law Sch., 2010; Vis. Profesor of Law, Univ. of Connecticut Sch. of Law, 2011. Subjects: Criminal Law; Domestic Violence and the Law; Domestic Violence Law (S); Evidence; Gender Race Crime & Criminal Law (S); Wrongful Convictions (S). Member: Working Grp., Battered Women's Just. Proj.; SALT; ClassCrit; Law & Soc. Ass'n. Consultantships: Adv'y Bd., Greenburg Traurig/FL Coalition Against Domestic Violence Clearinghouse Proj., 1999-03; Bd. Mem., Miami Legal Servs., 2001-02; Adv'y Bd., ACTT, The Advocate Proj., 2002-03.

James E. Coleman, Jr. (Duke University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: The Competitive Advantage of Grounded Scholarship: Finding New Opportunities and New Reasons to Bridge the Gap between Academics and Practitioners
Bio: COLEMAN, JAMES E., JR. (M) John S. Bradway Prof. of the Pract. of Law, Duke. b.1946. JD, 1974, Columbia; BA, 1970, Harvard. Admitted: NY, 1974; DC, 1977. Clerk, Hon. Damon J. Keith Detroit, 1974-1975; Ass't Gen. Counsel, Legal Servs. Corp. DC, 1976-1978; Ch. Counsel, Com. on Stands. of Off. Conduct U.S. House of Reps. DC, 1978; Dep. Gen. Counsel, Dep't of Educ. DC, 1980-1981; Part./Assoc., Wilmer Cutler & Pickering DC 1978-80 1981-91, 1993-1996; Prof., Duke, Since 1996; Sr. Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., Since 2001. Subjects: Criminal Law; Death Penalty (S); Ethics & the Law of Lawyering; Wrongful Convictions. Consultantships: Bd. of Gov'rs, DC Sch. of Law, since 1994, Chair, 1995-96; Stdg. Com. on Fed. Jud., ABA, 1995-96; Coun. Mem., Sect. of Indiv. Rts. & Respon., ABA, since 1989, Chair, 1999-00, Immediate Past-Chair, 2000-01, Chair, Death Penalty Moratorium Implementation Proj., since 2001.

Frank Rudy Cooper (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: Criminal Procedure Pedagogy Roundtable
Bio: COOPER, FRANK RUDY (M) Prof., Suffolk. b.1968. BA, 1991, Amherst Coll.; JD, 1995, Duke. Staff Ed., Duke J. of Gender, L. & Poly. Ass't Prof., Villanova, 2000-2004; Assoc. Prof., Suffolk, Since 2004. Subjects: Civil Rights; Constitutional Law; Constitutional Law/Criminal Procedure; Criminal Law; Critical Race Theories: An Introduction (S). Member: Latina/o Critical Legal Theory; Law, Culture & Humanities; SALT.

Richard Delgado (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations II
Bio: DELGADO, RICHARD (M) Univ. Prof., Seattle. JD, 1974, UC, Berkeley; LLD, 2007, John Jay Coll. of Crim. Justice (honoris causa, CUNY). Note & Comment Editor, California Law Rev. Charles Inglis Thomson Prof., Univ. of Colorado, 1990 - 1998; Jean N. Lindsley Prof., Univ. of Colorado, 1998 - 2003; Prof. & Derrick Bell Fel., Univ. of Pittsburgh, 2003 - 2005; Dist. Professor & Derrick Bell Fel., Univ. of Pittsburgh, 2005 - 2008; Univ. Prof., Seattle Univ., 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Latinos & the Law; Race, Racism, and American Law (S); U.S. Races & the Justice System. Books & Awards: Words That Wound (co-author), 1993; The Rodrigo Chronicles, 1995; Race & Races: Cases and Resources for a Diverse America (with Perea, Harris, Stefancic & Wildman), 2007; Latinos & the Law (with Perea & Stefancic), 2008. 2002, Thomas Jefferson Award, University of Colorado; 2009, Founder's Award, CRT @ 20 Conference; 2002, Haywood Burns Award for Lifetime Service; 2000, Gustavus Myers Award, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999.Member: Bogliasco Fdn. (Fellow in Residence, Liguria Study Center, Genoa Italy) 2001; Rockefeller Fdn. (Fellow, Bellagio, Italy Int'l Study Center) 1993. Consultantships: Bd. of Editors, Aztlan, Journal of Chicano Studies, 1999-02; Bd. of Editors, Encyclopedia Latina, since 2005.

Joshua Dressler (The Ohio State University, Michael E. Moritz College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - A Man’s Castle?: The State, Crime, and the Home
Bio: DRESSLER, JOSHUA (M) Frank R. Strong Chair of Law., Ohio State. b.1947. JD, 1973, U.C.L.A.; BA, 1968, U.C.L.A. Admitted: CA, 1973. Clerk, Just. James Cobey CA Ct. of App. L.A., 1973-1974; Adj. Prof., Univ. of San Fernando Valley, 1974-1975; Ass't Prof., 1975-1977; Assoc. Prof., Hamline, 1977-1979; Prof., 1979-1982; Prof., Wayne St., 1982-1993; Vis. Prof., U.C.L.A., 1983-1984; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 1991; Prof., McGeorge, 1993-2000; Vis. Prof., Cal. Davis, 1995; Vis. Prof., Cal. Berkeley fall 1997, 1998; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 2000; Dist. Prof. & Scholar, McGeorge, 2000-2001; Frank R. Strong Chair, Ohio St., Since 2001; Bacon-Kilkenny Distinguished Visiting Prof., Fordham Univ. Sch. of Law, 2011. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Law Defenses (S); Criminal Procedure. Books & Awards: Understanding Crim. Law, 5th ed., 2009; Cases and Materials on Crim. Law, 5th ed., 2009; Understanding Crim. Proc. (with A. Michaels), 2 vols. & supps., 5th ed., 2010; Crim. Procedure: Principles, Policies, and Perspectives (with G.C. Thomas, III), 4th ed., 2010. 2007, University Distinguished Scholar; 2005, University Distinguished Lecturer.Member: ALI; Am. Soc. of Criminology.; Am. Philosophical Ass'n. Consultantships: Assoc. Ed., Crim. Just. Ethics, since 1989; Adv'y Bd., Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, since 1995; Co-Mng. Ed., OH St. Jour. of Crim. Law, since 2003; Ed'l Bd., Journal of Legal Education, 2004-06; Law Sch. Adv'y Bd., Thomson West, since 2008.

Rashmi Dyal-Chand (Northeastern University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session- Reconsidering State v. Shack
Bio: DYAL-CHAND, RASHMI (F) Prof., Northeastern. b.1970. BA, 1991, Grinnell Coll.; JD, 1994, Northeastern. Admitted: CA, 1995; MA, 1995. Clerk, Hon. Warren J. Ferguson U.S.C.A. 9th Cir. Santa Ana CA, 1994-1995; Public Interest Fel., Hall & Assocs. L.A., 1995-1996; Assoc., Foley Hoag Boston, 1996-1999; Assoc. Gen. Counsel, The Community Builders Inc. Boston, 1999-2002; Ass't Prof., Northeastern, 2002-2006; Assoc. Prof., Northeastern Univ. Sch. of Law, 2006 - 2008. Subjects: Intellectual Property; Modern Real Estate Development; Property. Books & Awards: AALS Scholarly Papers Competition, 2006.

Roger A. Fairfax, Jr. (The George Washington University Law School)
Session: Ajudicatory Criminal Procedure, Criminal Clinic and Other Topics Pedagogy Roundtable
Bio: FAIRFAX, ROGER A., JR. (M) Assoc. Prof., Geo. Was. b.1972. AB, 1994, Harvard; MA, 1995, Univ. of London; JD, 1998, Harvard. Commentaries Chair, Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: MA, 1998; DC, 1999. Clerk, Hon. Patti B. Saris U.S.D.C. D. MA Boston, 1998-1999; Clerk, Hon. Judith W. Rogers U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 1999-2000; Spec. Ass't, Ass't Att'y Gen. Crim. Div. U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 2000-2001; Trial Att'y, Honors Prog. Public Integrity Sect. Crim. Div. U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 2000-2003; Spec. Ass't, U.S. Att'y E.D.VA Alex. VA, 2002; Counsel, O'Melveny & Myers LLP DC, 2003-2005; Vis. Ass't Prof., Wm. & Mary, 2004-2005; Assoc. Prof., Geo. Wash., Since 2005. Subjects: Adjudicatory Criminal Procedure; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Grand Jury (S); White Collar Investigations (S).

Mary D. Fan (University of Washington School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: Fresh Ideas for Intractable Problems in Criminal Law
Bio: FAN, MARY D. Ass't. Prof., Wash., Seattle.

Nita Farahany (Duke University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session – The End of Criminal Justice as We Know It?: The Impact of Science on Criminal Law and Procedure
Bio: FARAHANY, NITA (F) Assoc. Prof. of Law; Assoc. Prof. of Phil., Duke. Genetics, Cell & Developmental Biology, 1998, Dartmouth Coll.; Philosophy, 2004, Duke; Juris Doctorate, 2004, Duke; PHD, 2006, Duke; ALM with concentration in Biology, 2007, Harvard Univ. Lead Arts. Ed., Law & Contemp. Probs. Admitted: NY, 2005. Clerk, Hon. Judith Rogers U.S.C.A. DC Cir. DC, 2004-2005; Fellow, Vanderbilt, 2005-2006; Ass't Prof., Since 2006; Ass't Prof. (of Philosophy by Courtesy), Vanderbilt Univ., Nashville, TN, 2007 - Pres; Assoc. Prof of Law & Assoc. Prof. of Phil., Vanderbilt Univ., 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Criminal Law; Current Topics in Bioethics (S); Genetics & Reproductive Technologies (S); Law and Science (S); Philosophy of Law (S); Responsibility Liability & Punishment (S); Torts. Books & Awards: The Impact of Behavioral Sciences on Crim. Law (ed.), 2009. Member: SEAL; Behavioral Genetics Assn.; Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Comm'r, Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues, 2010-12.

James Forman, Jr. (Yale Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - Discretion as the Exercise of Prudence or an Abuse of Power?: Evaluating and Regulating the Judgments of Police and Prosecutors
Bio: FORMAN, JAMES , JR. (M) Clin. Prof. of Law, Yale. b.1967. AB, 1988, Brown; JD, 1992, Yale. Bk. Rev. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: DC, 1994. Staff Att'y, Public Defender Serv. DC, 1994-1999; Trng. Dir., 1999-2000; Fellow, New Am. Fdn. DC, 2001-2002; Assoc. Prof., Georgetown, 2003-2007; Prof., Since 2007. Subjects: Advanced Readings in Criminal Law and Procedure (S); Criminal Procedure; Education Law and Policy; Juvenile Justice in America (S); Race and Crime (S). Consultantships: Adv'y Com., Admin. of Just. Prog., George Mason Univ., since 2003.

Sheila R. Foster (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations II
Bio: FOSTER, SHEILA R. (F) Walsh Prof.& Assoc. Dean for Acad. Affrs., Fordham. BA, 1985, Michigan; JD, 1988, UC, Berkeley. Admitted: CA, 1988. Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1988-1990; Lect. & Coord'r, Acad. Support Cal. Berkeley, 1990-1994; Ass't Prof., Rutgers Camden, 1994-1998; Assoc. Prof., 1998-2000; Prof., 2000-2002; Vis. Prof., Fordham, 2001-2002; Prof., Since 2002. Subjects: Antidiscrimination Law; Environmental Justice (S); Environmental Law; International Development & the Environment (S); Law and Policy of Climate Change (S); Torts; Urban Land Use. Books & Awards: From the Ground Up: Envt'l Racism and the Rise of the Envt'l Justice Movement (with L. Cole), 2001; The Law of Envt'l Justice: Theories and Procedures to Address Disproportionate Risks (with M. Gerrerd) 2nd ed., 2008.

Sheila R. Foster (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Wecome and Introduction - Workshop on Poverty, Immigration and Property
Bio: FOSTER, SHEILA R. (F) Walsh Prof.& Assoc. Dean for Acad. Affrs., Fordham. BA, 1985, Michigan; JD, 1988, UC, Berkeley. Admitted: CA, 1988. Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1988-1990; Lect. & Coord'r, Acad. Support Cal. Berkeley, 1990-1994; Ass't Prof., Rutgers Camden, 1994-1998; Assoc. Prof., 1998-2000; Prof., 2000-2002; Vis. Prof., Fordham, 2001-2002; Prof., Since 2002. Subjects: Antidiscrimination Law; Environmental Justice (S); Environmental Law; International Development & the Environment (S); Law and Policy of Climate Change (S); Torts; Urban Land Use. Books & Awards: From the Ground Up: Envt'l Racism and the Rise of the Envt'l Justice Movement (with L. Cole), 2001; The Law of Envt'l Justice: Theories and Procedures to Address Disproportionate Risks (with M. Gerrerd) 2nd ed., 2008.

Sheila R. Foster (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session- Transnational Perspective on Poverty, Immigration and Property
Bio: FOSTER, SHEILA R. (F) Walsh Prof.& Assoc. Dean for Acad. Affrs., Fordham. BA, 1985, Michigan; JD, 1988, UC, Berkeley. Admitted: CA, 1988. Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1988-1990; Lect. & Coord'r, Acad. Support Cal. Berkeley, 1990-1994; Ass't Prof., Rutgers Camden, 1994-1998; Assoc. Prof., 1998-2000; Prof., 2000-2002; Vis. Prof., Fordham, 2001-2002; Prof., Since 2002. Subjects: Antidiscrimination Law; Environmental Justice (S); Environmental Law; International Development & the Environment (S); Law and Policy of Climate Change (S); Torts; Urban Land Use. Books & Awards: From the Ground Up: Envt'l Racism and the Rise of the Envt'l Justice Movement (with L. Cole), 2001; The Law of Envt'l Justice: Theories and Procedures to Address Disproportionate Risks (with M. Gerrerd) 2nd ed., 2008.

Sheila R. Foster (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations II
Bio: FOSTER, SHEILA R. (F) Walsh Prof.& Assoc. Dean for Acad. Affrs., Fordham. BA, 1985, Michigan; JD, 1988, UC, Berkeley. Admitted: CA, 1988. Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1988-1990; Lect. & Coord'r, Acad. Support Cal. Berkeley, 1990-1994; Ass't Prof., Rutgers Camden, 1994-1998; Assoc. Prof., 1998-2000; Prof., 2000-2002; Vis. Prof., Fordham, 2001-2002; Prof., Since 2002. Subjects: Antidiscrimination Law; Environmental Justice (S); Environmental Law; International Development & the Environment (S); Law and Policy of Climate Change (S); Torts; Urban Land Use. Books & Awards: From the Ground Up: Envt'l Racism and the Rise of the Envt'l Justice Movement (with L. Cole), 2001; The Law of Envt'l Justice: Theories and Procedures to Address Disproportionate Risks (with M. Gerrerd) 2nd ed., 2008.

Richard S. Frase (University of Minnesota Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - Mass Incarceration, Criminal Sentencing, and the Politics of Crime and Punishment
Bio: FRASE, RICHARD S. (M) Benjamin N. Berger Prof. of Crim. Law., Minnesota. b.1945. BA, 1967, Haverford Coll.; JD, 1970, Univ. of Chgo. Comment Ed., U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 1970; MN, 1977. Clerk, Hon. Luther Swygert U.S.C.A. 7th Cir., 1970; Att'y, Sidley & Austin Chgo., 1972-1974; Res. Assoc., Univ. of Chgo., 1974-1977; Assoc. Prof., Minnesota, 1977-1981; Prof., 1981-1991; Vis. Prof., Lyon III Univ. France spring sem's 1982, 1986, 1990, 1990-1990; Berger Prof., Minnesota, Since 1991. Subjects: Comparative Criminal Procedure (S); Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Federal Defense Clinic; Sentencing Guidelines (S). Books & Awards: The Crim. Justice System: Materials on the Admin. and Reform of the Crim. Law (with Zimring), 1980; Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice (with D. Denno, J. Dressler, T. Bernard, J. Hagan, D. Kahan & C. Steiker), 2d ed., 2001; Sentencing and Sanctions in Western Countries (with Tonry), 2001; Proportionality Principles in Am. Law (with Sullivan), 2009. Member: Int'l Ass'n of Penal Law; Phi Beta Kappa; Am. Soc. of Criminology. Consultantships: Adv'y Bd., Fed. Sentencing Rptr., since 1994; Members Consult. Grp, Model Penal Code Sentencing, American Law Institute, since 2003; Adv'y Comm. on Rules of Crim. Proc., Minn. Supreme Ct., since 2007.

Brian R. Gallini (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Robert A. Leflar Law Center)
Session: Criminal Procedure Pedagogy Roundtable
Bio: GALLINI, BRIAN (M) Assoc. Prof., Ark., Fayetteville. b.1977. BA, 1999, Coll. of the Holy Cross; JD, 2002, Michigan; Legal Educ., 2008, Temple. Arts. Ed., Mich. J. of Int'l L. Admitted: MA, 2002; DC, 2004. Jud. Clerk, ME Sup. Jud. Ct. Auburn, 2002-2003; Assoc., Duane Morris LLP DC, 2003-2005; Jud. Clerk, U.S.C.A. for the Sixth Cir. Traverse City MI, 2005-2006; Fel. & Lect. in Law, Temple, 2006 - 2008; Ass't Prof. , Univ. of Arkansas, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Criminal Procedure II; Federal Criminal Law; Problems in Police Discretion (S). Books & Awards: Dean's List, 1998-, 99; Nat'l Slavic Honor Soc., 1999.

Jeannie Suk Gersen (Harvard Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - A Man’s Castle?: The State, Crime, and the Home
Bio: SUK, JEANNIE (F) Prof. of Law, Harvard. b.1973. BA, 1995, Yale; DPhil, 1999, Oxford; JD, 2002, Harvard. Arts. Bk. Rev. & Commentaries Chair, Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 2003. Law Clerk, Judge Harry T. Edwards DC Cir., Washington D.C., 2002-2003; Law Clerk, Justice David Souter, U.S. Sup. Ct., Washington D.C., 2003-2004; Ass't Dist. Att'y, Manhattan Dist. Att'y's Off, New York, 2004-2005; Alexander Fel., NYU, 2005-2006; Sr. Fel., Humanities Center, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA, 2009 - 2010. Subjects: Art & Fashion (S); Criminal Adjudication; Criminal Law; Family Law; Marriage (S); Vice (S). Books & Awards: Postcolonial Paradoxes in French Caribbean Writing, 2001; At Home in the Law, 2009; Law & Soc. Ass'n Herbert Jacob Prize, 2010. 2001, Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship; 2009, Guggenheim Fellowship; 1995, Marshall Scholarship.Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n; Modern Lang. Ass'n.

Jonathan D. Glater (University of California, Irvine School of Law)
Session: Ajudicatory Criminal Procedure, Criminal Clinic and Other Topics Pedagogy Roundtable
Bio: GLATER, JONATHAN D. Ass't Prof. of Law, Cal., Irvine. BA, 1993, Swarthmore Coll.; MA, 1998, Yale Univ.; JD, 1998, Yale. Admitted: NY, 2000. associate, Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, New York, 1999 - 2000; Bus. Reporter (Law), The New York Times, New York, 2000 - 2009.

Marc-Tizoc Gonzalez (St. Thomas University School of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations II
Bio: GONZALEZ, MARC-TIZOC (M) Ass't Prof. of Law, St. Thomas. BA, 1996, UC, Davis; MA, 2002, San Francisco St. Univ.; JD, 2005, UC, Berkeley. Editor-in-Chief, Berkeley La Raza L.J. Admitted: CA, 2007. Boalt Hall Postgraduate Fel., Cntr. for Social Justice / East Bay Community Law Cntr., Berkeley, CA, 2005; Staff Att'y, Alameda Cty. Homeless Action Cntr., Oakland, CA, 2006 - 2010; Lecturer, Univ. of California, Berkeley Dept. of Ethnic Studies, 2007 - 2011; Adj. Fac., Golden Gate Univ. Sch. of Law, 2011. Subjects: Latinas, Latinos & the Law (S); Poverty Law & Economic Justice; Property. Books & Awards: Diversity in the Legal Profession: The Next Steps (with Margaret Montoya & Tucker Culbertson), 2009. 2010, UC Berkeley Chancellor's Public Scholar; 2004, LatCrit Student Scholar Program.Member: Latina & Latino Critical Legal Theory ("LatCrit"), Inc.; Soc. of Am. Law Teachers; Law and Soc. Ass'n. Consultantships: Consulting Legal Scholar, American Bar Association, 2009-10.

Bruce A. Green (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: Culpability and White Collar Crime
Bio: GREEN, BRUCE A. Louis Stein Prof., Fordham. b.1955. AB, 1978, Princeton; JD, 1981, Columbia. Colum. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1982. Clerk, Judge James L. Oakes, 1981-1982; Clerk, Just. Thurgood Marshall, 1982-1983; Ass't U.S. Att'y, S.D.N.Y., 1983-1987; Assoc. Prof., 1987-1996; Mem., NYC Conflict of Interest Bd., 1995 - 2005; Prof., Fordham, Since 1996; Dir., Louis Stein Cntr. for Law & Ethics, Since 1997. Subjects: Constitutional Criminal Procedure; Criminal Law; Professional Responsibility (S). Books & Awards: Gov't Ethics Reform for the 1990s (Ed.), 1991; Tax Fraud and Money Laundering (with Hishon & Westin), 1993; Litig. Ethics: Course Materials for Cont'g Legal Educ. (with Barrett), 2000. Consultantships: Assoc. Counsel, Off. of Indep. Counsel, Iran/Contra, 1988-90.

Lisa Kern Griffin (Duke University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Discretion as the Exercise of Prudence or an Abuse of Power?: Evaluating and Regulating the Judgments of Police and Prosecutors
Bio: GRIFFIN, LISA KERN (F) Professor, Duke. b.1970. BA, 1992, Georgetown Univ.; MA, 1993, Georgetown Univ.; JD, 1996, Stanford. President, Stanford Law Rev.; President, Stanford Law Rev. Admitted: IL, 1999. Law Clerk, Judge Dorothy W. Nelson, United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, 1996 - 1997; Law Clerk, Assoc. Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, Supreme Court of the United States, 1997 - 1998; Ass't United States Att'y, Dep. of Justice, Chicago, IL, 1999 - 2004; Lecturer, UCLA Sch. of Law, 2005 - 2007. Subjects: Constitutional Criminal Procedure; Criminal Law; Evidence; White Collar Crime (S). Books & Awards: 2011, Distinguished Teaching Award.

Jacqueline P. Hand (University of Detroit Mercy School of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations I
Bio: HAND, JACQUELINE P. (F) Prof., Univ. of Detroit Mercy. b.1946. BA, 1968, St. Mary's Coll., Notre Dame; MSJ, 1969, Northwestern; JD, 1978, Wayne St. Note & Comment Ed., Wayne L. Rev. Admitted: MI, 1978. Assoc., Dickinson Wright McKean Cudlip & Moon Detroit, 1978-1980. Subjects: Environmental Law (S); Estates & Trusts; Land Use Planning; Native American Law; Real Property. Books & Awards: Neighboring Prop. Owners (with Smith), 1988.

David A. Harris (University of Pittsburgh School of Law)
Session: Criminal Procedure Pedagogy Roundtable
Bio: HARRIS, DAVID A. (M) Assoc. Dean of Res., Dist. Fac. Scholar, and Prof. of Law , Pittsburgh. BA, 1980, Northwestern; JD, 1983, Yale; M Laws, 1988, Georgetown. Admitted: PA, 1984; DC, 1986; MD, 1987; IL, 1988; OH, 1992. Clerk, Hon. Walter K. Stapleton U.S.D.C. Dist. DE Wilmington, 1983-1984; Litig. Assoc., Wolf Block Schorr & Solis-Cohen Phila., 1984-1986; E. Barrett Prettyman Fel., Georgetown, 1986-1988; Ass't Public Defender, Off. of the Public Defender Montgomery Cty. Rockville MD, 1988-1990; Ass't Prof., Toledo, 1990-1992; Assoc Prof., 1992-1994; Dir., Clin. Progs., 1992-1996; Prof., 1994 - 2007; Vis. Prof., De Paul, 1994; Vis. Prof., Wayne St., 1999; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 2000; Vis. Prof., St. Louis, 2002; Vis. Prof., Pittsburgh, 2004; Prof. of Law, Univ. of Pittsburgh Sch. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Advanced Criminal Procedure (S); Advanced Issues in Criminal Justice Policy (S); Constitutional Law; Criminal Justice and Homeland Security; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Evidence; Legal Profession; Trial & Appellate Advocacy. Books & Awards: OH Bar Ass'n Res. Award, 2000; Univ. Res. Award, 2000; Profiles in Injustice: Why Racial Profiling Cannot Work, 2002; Good Cops: The Case for Preventive Policing, 2005. 2000, Soros Senior Justice Fellow, Open Society Institute; 2009, Excellence in Teaching Award.Member: Chair, Crim. Justice Section, AALS, 2009; Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Civil Liberties Adv'y Bd., White House Comm. on Aviation, Safety & Security, 1997-97; Soros Sr. Just. Fel., Cntr. on Crime, Communities & Culture, Open Soc. Inst., 2000-01; Prosecution and Racial Justice Proj. Adv'y Bd., Vera Institute of Justice, 2005-10; Affiliated Researcher, Center for Race and Social Problems, U. Pittsburgh, since 2008; Mem. and Rptr., Allegheny Co. Use of Force Working Group (Tasers), 2008-09; Affiliated Researcher, Consortium for Police Leadership in Equity, UCLA, since 2009.

Bill O. Hing (University of San Francisco School of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations I
Bio: HING, BILL O. (M) Professor, San Francisco. b.1949. AB, 1971, Cal., Berkeley; JD, 1974, San Francisco. Admitted: CA, 1974. Staff Att'y, San Fran. Neighborhood Legal Assist. San Fran., 1974-1979; Assoc. Prof., Golden Gate, 1979-1985; Assoc. Prof., Stanford, 1985-1997; Professor, U.C. Davis Sch. of Law, 1998 - 2010. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Evidence; Immigration Law; Legal History (S); Legislation (S); Negotiation-Alternative Dispute Resolution (S); Rebellious Lawyering (S). Books & Awards: Making and Remaking Asian America Through Immig. Policy, 1993; To Be An Am. - Cultural Pluralism and the Rhetoric of Assimilation, 1997; Handling Immig. Cases, 2000; Immig. and the Law - A Dictionary, 2000; Defining America Through Immig. Policy, 2004; Deporting Our Souls-Values, Morality, and Immig. Policy, 2006; Ethical Borders: NAFTA, Globalization and Mexican Migration, 2010. Consultantships: Exec. Dir., Immigrant Legal Resource Cntr., 1979-00.

Bill O. Hing (University of San Francisco School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: After SB 1070: Exclusion, Inclusion and Immigrants
Bio: HING, BILL O. (M) Professor, San Francisco. b.1949. AB, 1971, Cal., Berkeley; JD, 1974, San Francisco. Admitted: CA, 1974. Staff Att'y, San Fran. Neighborhood Legal Assist. San Fran., 1974-1979; Assoc. Prof., Golden Gate, 1979-1985; Assoc. Prof., Stanford, 1985-1997; Professor, U.C. Davis Sch. of Law, 1998 - 2010. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Evidence; Immigration Law; Legal History (S); Legislation (S); Negotiation-Alternative Dispute Resolution (S); Rebellious Lawyering (S). Books & Awards: Making and Remaking Asian America Through Immig. Policy, 1993; To Be An Am. - Cultural Pluralism and the Rhetoric of Assimilation, 1997; Handling Immig. Cases, 2000; Immig. and the Law - A Dictionary, 2000; Defining America Through Immig. Policy, 2004; Deporting Our Souls-Values, Morality, and Immig. Policy, 2006; Ethical Borders: NAFTA, Globalization and Mexican Migration, 2010. Consultantships: Exec. Dir., Immigrant Legal Resource Cntr., 1979-00.

Bill O. Hing (University of San Francisco School of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations I
Bio: HING, BILL O. (M) Professor, San Francisco. b.1949. AB, 1971, Cal., Berkeley; JD, 1974, San Francisco. Admitted: CA, 1974. Staff Att'y, San Fran. Neighborhood Legal Assist. San Fran., 1974-1979; Assoc. Prof., Golden Gate, 1979-1985; Assoc. Prof., Stanford, 1985-1997; Professor, U.C. Davis Sch. of Law, 1998 - 2010. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Evidence; Immigration Law; Legal History (S); Legislation (S); Negotiation-Alternative Dispute Resolution (S); Rebellious Lawyering (S). Books & Awards: Making and Remaking Asian America Through Immig. Policy, 1993; To Be An Am. - Cultural Pluralism and the Rhetoric of Assimilation, 1997; Handling Immig. Cases, 2000; Immig. and the Law - A Dictionary, 2000; Defining America Through Immig. Policy, 2004; Deporting Our Souls-Values, Morality, and Immig. Policy, 2006; Ethical Borders: NAFTA, Globalization and Mexican Migration, 2010. Consultantships: Exec. Dir., Immigrant Legal Resource Cntr., 1979-00.

Kevin R. Johnson (University of California, Davis, School of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations II
Bio: JOHNSON, KEVIN R. (M) Dean & Mabie-Apallas Prof. of Public Interest, Prof., Chicana/o Studies, UC, Davis. b.1958. AB, 1980, Cal., Berkeley; JD, 1983, Harvard. Ed., Harv. L. Rev., vols. 95-96. Admitted: CA, 1985. Clerk, Hon. Stephen Reinhardt 9th Cir. L.A., 1983-1984; Att'y, Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe San Fran. CA, 1984-1989; Acting Prof., Cal Davis, 1989-1992; Prof., Sch. of Law, UC Davis, Since 1992; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 1998 - 2008; Director, UC Davis, 2000 - 2001; Prof. of Chicano Studies, UC Davis, Since 2000; Dean, UC Davis, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Business Associations; Civil Procedure; Complex Litigation; Critical Race Theory; Immigration Law; International Human Rights (S); Latinos & Latinas & the Law (S). Books & Awards: How Did You Get to Be Mexican? A White/Brown Man's Search for Identity (nominated for 2000 Robert F. Kennedy Bk. Award), 1999; A Reader on Race, Civil Rights, and the Law: A Multicultural Approach, 2001; Mixed Race & the Law: A Critical Reader, 2002; The "Huddled Masses" Myth: Immig. and Civil Rts., 2004; Opening the Floodgates: Why America Needs to Rethink Its Borders and Immig. Laws, 2007; Understanding Immig. Law (with Raquel Aldana, Bill Ong Hing, Leticia Saucedo, Enid F. Trucios-Haynes), 2009; Complex Litigation: Cases and Materials on Litigating for Social Change (with Catherine A. Rogers & John Valery White), 2009; Immig. Law and the U.S. Mexico Border (with Bernard Trujillo), 2011. 2006, Hispanic Professor of the Year, Hispanic National Bar Association; 2008, Scholar of the Year, National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies.Member: Phi Beta Kappa; ; Latin Am. Studies Ass'n; ALI. Consultantships: Gov'g Com., CA Cont'g Educ. of the Bar, 1993-98; Coord'g Com. on Immig., ABA, 1998-05; Bd. of Dirs., Legal Servs. of No. CA, since 1996, V.P., 2001-03, Pres., 2003-, since 2003; Member, Bd. of Directors, Mexican American Legal Defense & Education Fund, 2006-11.

Cynthia Jones (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Ajudicatory Criminal Procedure, Criminal Clinic and Other Topics Pedagogy Roundtable
Bio: JONES, CYNTHIA Prof., American.

Michael Kagan (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations II
Bio: KAGAN, MICHAEL Assoc. Prof., Nevada, Las Vegas. b.1975. BA, 1997, Northwestern; JD, 2000, Michigan. Admitted: NY, 2000. Instr., Tel Aviv Univ. Buchmann Fac. L., 2004 - 2006; Sen. Fell. Int'l Hum. Rts. L., Amer. Univ. Cairo, 2007 - 2009; Assoc. Prof., Nevada Las Vegas, 2011 - Pres. Subjects: Immigration; Refugee Law. Member: Assoc. Member, Int'l Assoc. Refugee L. Judges.

Orin S. Kerr (The George Washington University Law School)
Session: Plenary Session – The End of Criminal Justice as We Know It?: The Impact of Science on Criminal Law and Procedure
Bio: KERR, ORIN S. (M) Prof., Geo. Was. b.1971. BSE, 1993, Princeton; MS, 1994, Stanford; JD, 1997, Harvard. Exec. Ed., Harv. J.L. & Public Poly. Admitted: NJ, 1997; DC, 2008. Clerk, Judge Leonard I. Garth U.S.C.A. 3d Cir. Newark NJ, 1997-1998; Trial Att'y, Computer Crime & Intell'l Prop. Sect. U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1998-2001; Spec. Ass't U.S. Att'y, U.S. Att'ys Off. E.D. VA Alex., 2000; Assoc. Prof., 2001 - Pres; Clerk, Just. Anthony M. Kennedy U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 2003-2004; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Univ of Chgo., 2006; Prof., Geo. Wash., 2007 - 2011; Vis. Prof. , Univ. of Penn. Law Sch., 2011; Prof. , Geo. Wash. , 2011 - Pres. Subjects: Computer Crime; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure. Books & Awards: Computer Crime Law, 2006; Modern Crim. Proc. (with Kamisar, LaFave, et. cal), 2008. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.; Am. Law Inst.

Cecelia M. Klingele (University of Wisconsin Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - Mass Incarceration, Criminal Sentencing, and the Politics of Crime and Punishment
Bio: KLINGELE, CECELIA M. (F) Ass't Prof., Wisconsin. JD, 2005, Wisconsin. Admitted: WI, 2005. Law Clerk, Barbara B. Crabb, WIWD, Madison, Wisconsin, 2005 - 2007; Law Clerk, Susan H. Black, USCA, Jacksonville, FL, 2007 - 2008; Law Clerk, John Paul Stevens, Sup. Ct., Washington, D.C., 2008 - 2009; Vis. Assistant Prof., Univ. of Wisconsin Law Sch., 2009 - 2011; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Wisconsin Law Sch., 2011 - Pres. Subjects: Introduction to Criminal Law; Introduction to Criminal Procedure; Introduction to Substantive Criminal Law; Sentencing & Corrections (S); Special Problems in Constitutional Law: 4th, 5th, & 6th Amendments (S). Member: Law & Soc. Association, Am. Soc. of Criminology.

David C. Koelsch (University of Detroit Mercy School of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations I
Bio: KOELSCH, DAVID C. (M) Clin. Assoc. Prof. & Dir. of the Immig. Law Clinic, Univ. of Detroit Mercy. b.1966. BA, 1988, Michigan; JD, 1994, Cath. Univ. Art. Ed., Cath. Univ. L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1995; IL, 1995; MI, 1998. Law Clerk, AK Superior Ct., 1995-1996; Att'y, Hopkins & Suttor Chgo., 1996-1998; Att'y, Dykema Detroit, 1998-2000; Att'y, Freedom House Detroit, 2000-2006; Prof., Univ of Detroit Mercy, Since 2007. Subjects: Immigration Law; Immigration Law Clinic. Books & Awards: Jesuit 100 Award, 2007. Member: Sec'y, Am. Immig. Lawyers Ass'n., 2000-07.

Susan S. Kuo (University of South Carolina School of Law)
Session: Criminal Law Pedagogy Roundtable
Bio: KUO, SUSAN S. (F) Assoc. Prof., South Carolina. AB, 1991, Duke; JD, 1994, Vanderbilt. Exec. Res. Ed., Vanderbilt J. Transnat'l L. Admitted: TN, 1995; MD, 1997; KY, 1997; DC, 1997. Jud. Clerk, Judge Robert H. Hall U.S.D.C. N.D. GA Atlanta, 1994-1995; Spec. Ass't U.S. Att'y, U.S. Att'ys Off. Atlanta, 1995-1996; Jud. Clerk, Judge Eugene E. Siler Jr. U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. London KY, 1996-1997; Vis. Ass't Prof., Toledo, 1997-1998; Ass't Prof., No. Illinois, 1998-2002; Assoc. Prof., 2002-2006; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Univ. of So. Carolina, 2005; Assoc. Prof., Since 2006; Vis. Associate Prof., Univ. of Iowa Coll. of Law, 2011; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Alabama Sch. of Law, 2011. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Conflict of Laws; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Federal Courts; Law and Social Justice (S); Race & Law (S).

Kevin Lapp (New York University School of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations I
Bio: LAPP, KEVIN Acting Ass't Prof. of Lawyering, New York Univ.

Tamara F. Lawson (St. Thomas University School of Law)
Session: Criminal Law Pedagogy Roundtable
Bio: LAWSON, TAMARA F. (F) Prof. of Law, St. Thomas. b.1970. BA, 1992, Claremont McKenna Coll.; JD, 1995, San Francisco; LLM, 2003, Georgetown. Admitted: CA, 1995; NV, 1996. Dep. D.A., Clark Cty. D.A.'s Off. Las Vegas, 1996-2002. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Evidence.

Wayne A. Logan (Florida State University College of Law)
Session: Criminal Procedure Pedagogy Roundtable
Bio: LOGAN, WAYNE A. (M) Gary & Sallyn Pajcic Prof., Fla. State. b.1960. BA, 1983, Wesleyan Univ.; MA, 1986, SUNY at Albany; JD, 1991, Wisconsin. Sr. Arts. Ed., Wis. L. Rev. Admitted: NC, 1991; WI, 1991; DC, 1992. Clerk, Hon. Louis B. Meyer NC Sup. Ct. Raleigh, 1991-1992; Clerk, Hon. Robert R. Merhige Jr. Dist. Ct. E.D. VA Richmond, 1992-1993; Assoc., Brooks Pierce McLendon Humphrey & Leonard LLP Raleigh, 1993-1997; Ass't Prof., SUNY at Albany, 1997-2000; Assoc. Prof., Wm. Mitchell, 2000-2004; Prof., 2004-2006; Gary & Sallyn Pajcic Prof., Fla. St., Since 2006. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Sentencing (S); Torts. Books & Awards: Crim. Law (with Brody & Acker), 2001; North Carolina Torts (with Logan), 1996 & supps, 2d ed., 2004; Knowledge as Power: Crim. Registration and Community Notification Laws in America , 2009. Member: ALI (Consultative Grp. for Model Penal Code: Sentencing & Restatement); AALS (Chair, Crim. Just. Sect., 2006-07). Consultantships: Co-Rptr., MN Pattern Crim. Jury Instrucs., 2001-07; Adv'y Com. on Rules of Crim. Proc., MN Sup. Ct., 2002-05; Mem., AALS Committee on Research , since 2010.

Gerald López (University of California, Los Angeles School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: After SB 1070: Exclusion, Inclusion and Immigrants
Bio: LOPEZ, GERALD (M) Prof., U.C.L.. b.1948.

Beth Lyon (Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations II
Bio: LYON, BETH (F) Prof. of Law & Dir., Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic, & Dir., Community Interpreter Internship Prog., Villanova. b.1966. Russian and East European Studies, 1988, Univ. of No. Car.; Juris Doctor, 1994, Georgetown; MS, 1994, Georgetown Univ. Sch. of Foreign Serv. Mng. Editor, Georgetown Int'l Law Jour. Admitted: NY, 1995; DC, 1997; PA, 2001. Staff Att'y, Human Rts. First, 1995-1998; Practitioner in Residence, Washington Coll. of Law, Am. Univ., 1998 - 2001; Ass't Prof., Villanova, 2001 - 2008; Assoc. Prof., Villanova Univ. Sch. of Law, 2008 - 2010; Professor, Villanova Univ. Sch. of Law, 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic; Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic (S). Books & Awards: Outstanding Bk. Award, Gustavus Myers Cntr. for the Study of Bigotry and Human Rts. in North America (chapter contributer), 2008. 2003, AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Shanara Gilbert Emerging Clinician Award.Member: AALS (Chair, Int'l Human Rts. Sect., 2003); SALT (Bd. Mem., since 2006, Co-Chair, Human Rts. Committee); Latina\o Critical Theory Inc. (Bd. Co-Chair, 2006-2008, Steering Com. Praxis Coordinator, 2009-present). Consultantships: Chair, DC Bar Immig. & Human Rts. Com., 1997-00; Bd. Mem., Latina/o Critical Legal Theory, Inc., since 2003; Bd. Mem. (currently Bd. President), Global Workers Justice Alliance, since 2005; Bd. Mem. (currently Bd. Vice-President), Friends of Farmworkers, since 2006; Bd. Mem. (currently Salary Survey Com. Co-Chair), Society of American Law Teachers, since 2007; Mem., American Bar Ass'n Advisory Group on Language Access Standards Project, since 2010.

Beth Lyon (Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations II
Bio: LYON, BETH (F) Prof. of Law & Dir., Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic, & Dir., Community Interpreter Internship Prog., Villanova. b.1966. Russian and East European Studies, 1988, Univ. of No. Car.; Juris Doctor, 1994, Georgetown; MS, 1994, Georgetown Univ. Sch. of Foreign Serv. Mng. Editor, Georgetown Int'l Law Jour. Admitted: NY, 1995; DC, 1997; PA, 2001. Staff Att'y, Human Rts. First, 1995-1998; Practitioner in Residence, Washington Coll. of Law, Am. Univ., 1998 - 2001; Ass't Prof., Villanova, 2001 - 2008; Assoc. Prof., Villanova Univ. Sch. of Law, 2008 - 2010; Professor, Villanova Univ. Sch. of Law, 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic; Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic (S). Books & Awards: Outstanding Bk. Award, Gustavus Myers Cntr. for the Study of Bigotry and Human Rts. in North America (chapter contributer), 2008. 2003, AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Shanara Gilbert Emerging Clinician Award.Member: AALS (Chair, Int'l Human Rts. Sect., 2003); SALT (Bd. Mem., since 2006, Co-Chair, Human Rts. Committee); Latina\o Critical Theory Inc. (Bd. Co-Chair, 2006-2008, Steering Com. Praxis Coordinator, 2009-present). Consultantships: Chair, DC Bar Immig. & Human Rts. Com., 1997-00; Bd. Mem., Latina/o Critical Legal Theory, Inc., since 2003; Bd. Mem. (currently Bd. President), Global Workers Justice Alliance, since 2005; Bd. Mem. (currently Bd. Vice-President), Friends of Farmworkers, since 2006; Bd. Mem. (currently Salary Survey Com. Co-Chair), Society of American Law Teachers, since 2007; Mem., American Bar Ass'n Advisory Group on Language Access Standards Project, since 2010.

Fatma Marouf (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations II
Bio: MAROUF, FATMA Assoc. Prof., Nevada, Las Vegas.

David A. Martin (University of Virginia School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: After SB 1070: Exclusion, Inclusion and Immigrants
Bio: MARTIN, DAVID (M) Warner-Booker Dist. Prof. of Int'l Law, Univ. of V. b.1948. BA, 1970, DePauw Univ.; JD, 1975, Yale. Ed.-in-Ch., Yale L.J. Admitted: DC, 1977. Clerk, Hon. J. Skelly Wright U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 1975-1976; Clerk, Just. Lewis F. Powell Jr. U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1976-1977; Assoc., Rogovin Stern & Huge DC, 1977-1978; Spec. Ass't to the Ass't Sec'y for Human Rts. & Humanitarian Affrs., Dep't of St. DC, 1978-1980; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Va., 1980-1984; German Marshall Fund & Ford Fdn. Res. Fel., Geneva Switzer., 1984-1985; Assoc. Prof., 1984-1986; Prof., Univ. of Va., Since 1986; Gen. Counsel, Immig. & Naturalization Serv. DC, 1995-1998; Principal Deputy General Counsel, Dep. of Homeland Security, Washington, DC, 2009 - 2010. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Immigration Law; International Law. Books & Awards: Am. Soc. of Intl Law annual Bk. award for Immigration: Process and Policy (with Aleinikoff), 1986; Rts. and Duties of Dual Nationals (with Hailbronner), 2003; The U.S. Refugee Adms. Program: Reforms for a New Era of Refugee Resettlement, 2005; Immig. Stories (with Schuck), 2005; Forced Migration: Law and Policy (with Aleinikoff, Motomura & Fullerton), 2007; Immigration: Process and Policy (with Aleinikoff, Motomura & Fullerton), 1985, 6th ed. 2008, 2008. 2004, elected to Bd of Editors, Am. J. Int'l L.Member: Int'l Law Ass'n; ASIL (V.P., 2003-05); Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Consult. on Pol. Asylum Reform, U.S. Dep't of Just., 1993-95; Bd. of Dirs., Int'l Rescue Com., 2000-03; Consult. on Reform of Refugee Adms. Prog., U.S. Dep't of St., 2003-04.

Karla M. McKanders (University of Tennessee College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: After SB 1070: Exclusion, Inclusion and Immigrants
Bio: MCKANDERS, KARLA M. (F) Assoc. Prof., Tennessee. b.1978. BA, 2000, Spelman Coll.; JD, 2003, Duke. Admitted: MI, 2003; TN, 2011. Assoc., Miller Canfield Paddock & Stone Detroit, 2003-2005; Clerk, Hon. Damon J. Keith Detroit, 2005-2006; Clin. Tchg. Fel., Villanova Law Sch., 2006 - 2008; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Tennessee Coll. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Advocacy Clinic; Refugee Law and Policy (S).

Pamela R. Metzger (Tulane University Law School)
Session: Plenary Session: Fresh Ideas for Intractable Problems in Criminal Law
Bio: METZGER, PAMELA R. (F) Assoc. Prof., Tulane. b.1965. BA, 1987, Dartmouth Coll.; JD, 1991, New York Univ. Rev. of L. & Soc. Change. Admitted: NY, 1992; LA, 2002. Ass't Fed. Defender, E.D. NY Bklyn., 1991-1995; Assoc., Reboul MacMurray Hewitt Maynard & Kristol NYC, 1995-1998; Vis. Prof., Wash. & Lee, 1998-2001. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Constitutional Criminal Procedure: Adjudication; Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; Legal Profession. Books & Awards: 2007, Shanara Gilbert Award.Member: CLEA. Consultantships: Ed'l Bd., The Champion, Nat'l Ass'n of Crim. Defense Lawyers, since 2002; Com. Mem., Louisiana Bar Association Criminal Justice Committee, since 2006; Bd. Mem., Louisiana State Public Defender Board, since 2010.

Alan C. Michaels (The Ohio State University, Michael E. Moritz College of Law)
Session: Ajudicatory Criminal Procedure, Criminal Clinic and Other Topics Pedagogy Roundtable
Bio: MICHAELS, ALAN C. (M) Dean and Edwin M. Cooperman Prof., Ohio State. b.1961. AB, 1983, Harvard Coll.; JD, 1986, Columbia. Notes & Comments Ed., Colum. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1987. Clerk, Ch. Judge Wilfred Feinberg 2d Cir. Ct. of App. NYC, 1986-1987; Clerk, Just. Harry A. Blackmun U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1987-1988; Of Counsel, McGuire & Tiernan NYC, 1988-1991; Ass't D.A., NY Cty. D.A.'s Off. NYC, 1991-1995; Ass't Prof., Ohio St., 1995-1999; Assoc. Prof., 1999-2002; Assoc. Dean, 2001-2003; Prof., Since 2002; Dean, Ohio St., 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Advanced Criminal Law (S); Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure: Adjudication; Sports Law. Books & Awards: Understanding Crim. Procedure: Adjudication (4th ed.), 2007; Understanding Crim. Procedure: Investigations (with J. Dressler), 5th ed., 2010. 2007, University Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching.Consultantships: Mem., 6th Cir. Com. on Pattern Crim. Jury Instrucs., since 2002.

Enrique Morones (Border Angels)
Session: AALS Luncheon - Workshop on Poverty, Immigration and Property

Erin E. Murphy (New York University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session – The End of Criminal Justice as We Know It?: The Impact of Science on Criminal Law and Procedure
Bio: MURPHY, ERIN E. Prof. of Law, New York Univ. AB, 1995, Dartmouth Coll. ; JD, 1999, Harvard. Notes Editor, Harvard Law Rev. Admitted: NY, 2000; DC, 2000; MA, 2000. Law Clerk, Judge Merrick Garland, USCADC, Washington, D.C., 1999 - 2000; Staff Att'y, Public Defender Serv., Washington, D.C., 2000 - 2005. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure Investigations and Adjudication; Evidence; Technology and Criminal Justice, Forensic Evidence (S).

Kali N. Murray (Marquette University Law School)
Session: Paper Presentations I
Bio: MURRAY, KALI N. (F) Ass't Prof., Marquette. b.1975. BA, 1996; MA, 1997, Johns Hopkins Univ; JD, 1999, Duke. Sym. Ed., Duke Envt'l L. & Pol'y F. Admitted: MD, 2000; DC, 2003. Clerk, Hon. Catherine C. Blake U.S.D.C. No. Div. Balt., 2000-2001; Assoc., Venable LLP DC 1999-00, 2001-2004; Ass't Prof., Mississippi, Since 2004. Subjects: Environmental Law; Intellectual Property; International Intellectual Property (S); Patent Law (S); Property.

Melissa E. Murray (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - A Man’s Castle?: The State, Crime, and the Home
Bio: MURRAY, MELISSA E. (F) Prof. of Law, UC, Berkeley. b.1975. BA, 1997, Univ. of Va.; JD, 2002, Yale. Notes Dev. Editor, Yale L.J. Admitted: NY, 2003. Clerk, Hon. Stefan Underhill U.S.D.C. D. CT Bridgeport, 2002-2003; Clerk, Hon. Sonia Sotomayor U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. NYC, 2003-2004; Assoc.-in-Law, Columbia, 2004-2006; Ass't Prof., Cal. Berkeley, Since 2006. Subjects: Criminal Law; Family Law; Federalism & the Family (S); Regulating Sex and Sexuality (S). Books & Awards: Shearman & Sterling/Legal Defense Fund Scholar, 1999-, 2. 2009, AALS Derrick A. Bell Award; 1997, Phi Beta Kappa; 2010, AALS Section on Women in Legal Education New Voices in Gender Studies Paper Competition Winner; 2010, AALS Scholarly Papers Competition Winner.

Alexandra Natapoff (Loyola Law School, Los Angeles)
Session: Plenary Session: Fresh Ideas for Intractable Problems in Criminal Law
Bio: NATAPOFF, ALEXANDRA (F) Prof., Loyola, LA. BA, 1987, Yale; JD, 1995, Stanford. Art. Editor, Stanford Law Rev. Admitted: MD, 1995; DC, 1996. Jud'l Clerk, Hon. Paul Friedman U.S.D.C. DC, 1995-1997; Jud'l Clerk, Hon. David S. Tatel DC Cir., 1997-1998; Community Fellowship Recipient, Open Soc. Inst. Balt., 1998-2000; Fed. Public Defender, Balt., 2000-2003; Assoc. Prof., Loyola Law School, L.A., 2003-2006; Prof., Loyola Law Sch., Since 2001. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure. Books & Awards: Snitching: Crim. Informants and the Erosion of Am. Justice, 2009; ABA Silver Gavel Award Hon. Mention, 2010. Member: Am. Law Inst.

Mark L. Noferi (Brooklyn Law School)
Session: Paper Presentations II
Bio: NOFERI, MARK L. (M) Instr., Legal Writing, Brooklyn. b.1975. BA, 1996, Boston Coll.; JD, 2005, Stanford. Assoc. Editor, Stanford Law & Policy Rev. Admitted: NY, 2006; MA, 2006. Associate, Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP, New York, NY, 2005 - 2006; Law Clerk, Hon. Harold Baer, Jr., Southern Dist. of New York, New York, NY, 2006 - 2007; Associate, Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP, New York, NY, 2007 - 2009; Dep. Voter Protection Coord'r, Campaign for Change, Sioux Falls, SD; Indianapolis, IN, 2008; Public Interest Fel., Seton Hall Law Sch. Cntr. for Social Justice, 2009 - 2010; Instr. of Legal Writing, Bklyn. Law Sch., 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Constitutional and Civil Rights Clinic; Immigrant Workers' Rights Clinic; International Human Rights Clinic; Legal Writing.

Victoria Nourse (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Plenary Session - A Man’s Castle?: The State, Crime, and the Home
Bio: NOURSE, VICTORIA Burrus-Bascom Prof. of Law, Wisconsin. Sr. Arts. Ed., Calif. L. Rev.; Sr. Articles Editor, California Law Rev.; Sr. Arts. Ed., Calif. L. Rev.; Sr. Articles Editor, California Law Rev.

Sarah H. Paoletti (University of Pennsylvania Law School)
Session: Plenary Session- Reconsidering State v. Shack
Bio: PAOLETTI, SARAH H. (F) Prac. Assoc. Prof., Pennsylvania. b.1970. BA, 1992, Yale; JD, 1998, American. Admitted: PA, 1999; NJ, 1999; DC, 2004. Jud'l Clerk, Hon. Anthony Scirica U.S.C.A. 3d Cir. Phila., 1999-2000; Staff Att'y, Friends of Farmworkers Inc. Phila. 1998-99, 2000-2003; Prac.-in-Res., American, 2003-2006; Clin. Supv'r & Lect., Pennsylvania, 2006 - 2010. Subjects: Human Rights Lawyering in the 21st Century (S); Immigrants in the Workplace (S); Immigrants in the Workplace (S); International Human Rights Clinic; Transnational Legal Clinic. Consultantships: President, Bd. of Directors, Centro de Los Derechos del Miqrante, Inc., since 2005; Secretary, Bd. of Dirs., Friends of Farmworkers, Inc., since 2006.

Margaret L. Paris (University of Oregon School of Law)
Session: Criminal Law Pedagogy Roundtable
Bio: PARIS, MARGARET L. (F) Professor, Oregon. b.1955. BA, 1981, Northwestern; JD, 1985, Northwestern. Ed.-in-Ch., Nw. U.L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 1985; OR, 2007. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Joel M. Flaum U.S.C.A. 7, Chicago, Illinois, 1985-1986; Att'y, Cotsirilos Stephenson Tighe & Streiker Ltd., Chicago, Illinois, 1986-1992; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Oregon Sch. of Law, 1992-1998; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Oregon Sch. of Law, 1998 - 2007; Interim Dean, Univ. of Oregon Sch. of Law, 2006; Dean, Univ. of Oregon Sch. of Law, 2006 - 2011; Professor, Univ. of Oregon Sch. of Law, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Advanced Appellate Advocacy (S); Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure. Books & Awards: Const'l Crim. Proc. (with Taslitz & Herbert), 4th ed., 2009; Mastering Crim. Proc. (with Podgor, Henning, Taslitz), 2010. Member: Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Bd. of Directors, Public Defender Services of Lane County, Inc., since 2000; Ed'l Bd., Crim. Just. Mag., 2004-06; Bd. of Directors, Lane County Bar Association, since 2009.

Eduardo Moises Peñalver (The University of Chicago, The Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - What Lies at the Intersection of Povery, Property and Immigration
Bio: PENALVER, EDUARDO MOISES (M) Prof., Univ. of Chicago. b.1973. BA, 1994, Cornell; MA, 1996, Oxford Univ.; JD, 1999, Yale. Yale J.L. Admitted: NY, 2002; DC, 2002. Clerk, Hon. Guido Calabresi U.S.C.A. 2d Cir. New Haven CT, 1999-2000; Clerk, Just. John Paul Stevens U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 2000-2001; Assoc., Kellogg Huber Hansen Todd & Evans PLLC DC, 2001-2003; Assoc. Prof., Fordham, 2003-2006; Prof. of Law, Cornell, Since 2006. Subjects: Land Use; Law and Religion; Property.

Twila L. Perry (Rutgers Law School)
Session: Paper Presentations II
Bio: PERRY, TWILA L. (F) Prof. & Judge Alexander Waugh, Sr. Scholar., Rutgers - Newark. b.1949. BA, 1970, Mt. Holyoke Coll.; MSW, 1973, Columbia Univ.; JD, 1976, New York Univ. Ed., N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1977. Assoc., Winthrop Stimson Putnam & Roberts NYC, 1976-1978; Clerk, Hon. Mary Johnson Lowe U.S.D.C. S.D. NY, 1978-1979; Ass't U.S. Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just. NYC, 1979-1983; Assoc. Prof., Rutgers Newark, 1984-1996; Prof., Since 1996. Subjects: Children & the Law (S); Family Law; Torts.

John F. Pfaff (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Discretion as the Exercise of Prudence or an Abuse of Power?: Evaluating and Regulating the Judgments of Police and Prosecutors
Bio: PFAFF, JOHN F. (M) Assoc. Prof., Fordham. b.1975. Economics, 1997, Univ. of Chgo.; Economics, 2002, Univ. of Chgo.; JD, 2003, Univ. of Chgo.; Economics, 2005, Univ. of Chgo. U Chi L Rev. Clerk, Hon. Stephen F. Williams DC Cir. Ct. of App., 2003-2004; Vis. Ass't Prof., Northwestern, 2004-2005; Assoc. Prof., Fordham, Since 2005. Subjects: Criminal Law; Law & Economics; Public Choice; Sentencing Law (S); Sentencing Law and Policy. Books & Awards: NSF Grad. Res. Fellowship, 1998; Wayne C. Booth Award for Excellence in Grad. Student Tchg., 2003. Member: Order of the Coif.; Phi Beta Kappa.

Huyen T. Pham (Texas A&M University School of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations I
Bio: PHAM, HUYEN T. (F) Prof., Texas Wesleyan. Social Studies, 1992, Harvard Coll.; JD, 1996, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 1996; MO, 1999. Law clerk, Hon. George A. O'Toole U.S.D.C. , Boston, MA, 1996-1997; Associate, Hill & Barlow, Boston, MA, 1997-1998; Ass't Att'y Gen., Att'y Gen. MO, Jefferson City, Missouri, 1999-2001; Assoc. Prof. of Legal Writing, Univ. of Missouri-Columbia Sch. of Law, 2002-2004; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Missouri-Columbia Sch. of Law, 2004-2006; Prof., Texas Wesleyan Univ. Sch. of Law, 2006 - 2008. Subjects: Administrative Law; Criminal Law; Family Law; Immigration Law; Lawyering; Refugee & Asylum Law (S).

Ellen S. Podgor (Stetson University College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: Culpability and White Collar Crime
Bio: PODGOR, ELLEN S. (F) Gary R. Trombley Family White-Collar Crime Res. Prof., Stetson. BS, 1973, Syracuse; JD, 1976, Ind., Indpls.; MBA, 1987, Univ. of Chgo.; LLM, 1989, Temple. Assoc. Ed., Ind. L. Rev. Admitted: IN, 1976; NY, 1984; PA, 1987. Dep. Prosecutor, Lake Cty. Prosecutor's Off. Crown Pt. IN, 1976-1978; Part., Nicholls & Podgor Crown Pt. IN, 1978-1986; Lect., Temple, 1987-1989; Assoc. Prof., St. Thomas, 1989-1991; Assoc. Prof., Georgia St., 1991-1996; Prof., 1996-2006; Vis. Prof., Georgia, 2000; Vis. Stone Chair, Alabama, 2001; Vis. Prof., Geo. Wash., 2003; Culverhouse Chair, Stetson, 2005-2006; Assoc. Dean, Fac. Dev. & Electronic Educ. , 2006 - 2009; Professor, Stetson Univ. Coll. of Law, 2006 - Pres; L. Leroy Highbaugh Sr. Research Chair, Stetson, 2010 - 2011. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Federal Criminal Law (S); International Criminal Law; Law & Sexual Orientation (S); Professional Responsibility; Supreme Court Advocacy & Process; White Collar Crime; Women in Law. Books & Awards: Bk. of the Yr. Award, Int'l Ass'n of Penal Law-Am. Nat'l Sect., 2004; Understanding Int'l Crim. Law 2d (w/ Clark), 2008; Mastering Crim. Law (with Henning & Cohen), 2008; Int'l Crim. Law: Cases and Materials (with Wise & Clark), 3d ed., 2009; White Collar Crime: Law and Prac. (with Israel, Borman & Henning), 3d ed., 2009; Crim. Law: Concepts and Prac. 2d (with Henning, Taslitz, & Garcia), 2009; White Collar Crime in a Nutshell (with Israel), 4d ed., 2009; Mastering Crim. Proc. (w/Henning, Taslitz, Paris, & Jones), 2010. 2011, Stetson University College of Law Service Awards (2007-2011); 2010, Robert C. Henney Memorial Award ; 2010, Dickerson-Brown Scholarship Award.Member: ALI; Am. Bd. of Crim. Lawyers, Hon. Mem. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Int'l Soc. for the Reform of Crim. Law.; Bd. of Dirs., Nat'l Ass'n of Crim. Defense Lawyers , 2002-08; Adv'y Bd., LexisNexis Law School, 2008-10.

Marc R. Poirier (Seton Hall University School of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations II
Bio: POIRIER, MARC R. (M) Prof. & Martha Traylor Res. Scholar, Seton Hall. b.1952. BA, 1974, Yale; JD, 1978, Harvard; LLM, 1991, Yale. Arts. Ed., Harv. Int'l L.J. Admitted: DC, 1978. Att'y, Spiegel & McDiarmid , Washington, DC, 1978 - 1990; Assoc. Prof., Seton Hall Univ. Sch. of Law, 1991 - 1996; Professor, Seton Hall Univ. Sch. of Law, 1996 - Pres; Sum'r Visiting Prof., Lewis & Clark Law Sch., 1998; Vis. Prof., Washington & Lee Law Sch., 1998; Vis. Prof., Case Western Res. Univ. Sch. of Law, 2001. Subjects: Administrative Law; BP Oil Spill (S); Environmental Law; First Amendment Survey; Property; Sexuality & the Law (S). Books & Awards: 2008, Dukeminier Award; 2003, Dukeminier Award.Member: Soc. of Am. Law Teachers.

Susan Westerberg Prager (Association of American Law Schools)
Session: Wecome and Introduction - Workshop on Poverty, Immigration and Property
Bio: PRAGER, SUSAN WESTERBERG (F) Arjay & Frances Fearing Miller Prof. Emer., U.C.L.. b.1942. AB, 1964; MA, 1967, Stanford; JD, 1971, U.C.L.A. Ed.-in-Ch., U.C.L.A. L. Rev. Admitted: NC, 1971; CA, 1972. Assoc., Powe Porter & Alphin P.A. Durham NC, 1971-1972; Acting Prof., U.C.L.A., 1972-1977; Prof., Since 1977; Assoc. Dean, 1979-1982; Dean, 1982-1998; Provost, Dartmouth Coll., 1999-2001; President, Occidental Coll., 2006 - 2007; Exec. Dir., C.E.O., AALS, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: California Legal History (S); Community Property; Family Law; Wills & Trusts. Member: COIF. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Pacific Mutual Holding Co., since 1979; Exec. Com., AALS, 1980-83, Pres.-Elect, 1985, Pres., 1986-87; Bd. of Trustees, Stanford, 1976-80, 1987-97.

David J. Reiss (Brooklyn Law School)
Session: Paper Presentations II
Bio: REISS, DAVID J. (M) Prof., Brooklyn. b.1967. Philosophy, 1989, Williams Coll.; JD, 1996, New York Univ. Staff Ed., Ann. Surv. of Am. L. Admitted: NY, 1997; CA, 1998. Clerk, Judge Timothy K. Lewis U.S.C.A. 3d Cir. Pittsburgh, 1996-1997; Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1997-1998; Assoc., Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison NYC, 1998-2002; Vis. Clin. Assoc. Prof., Seton Hall, 2002-2003; Ass't Prof., Bklyn. Law Sch., 2003-2007; Assoc. Prof., Bklyn. Law Sch., 2006 - 2009; Prof., Bklyn. Law Sch., Since 2007. Subjects: Advanced Property Topics (S); Civil Litigation Clinic (S); Clinical Teaching (S); Property; Real Estate Transactions. Books & Awards: 2006, Am. Coll. of Consumer Fin. Servs. Lawyers Award for Best Pub. Art.Member: COIF. Consultantships: Bd. of Trustees, Packer Collegiate Institute, 2001-10; Tres. (since 2006), Brooklyn Community Board 6, since 2001; Member, Chair of Bylaws Committee, Mem. of Exec. Committee, Brooklyn Bridge Park Citizens Advisory Council, since 2010; Mem., Comptroller of the City of New York Task Force on Public Benefits, 2010-10.

L. Song Richardson (University of Iowa College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Discretion as the Exercise of Prudence or an Abuse of Power?: Evaluating and Regulating the Judgments of Police and Prosecutors
Bio: RICHARDSON, L. SONG (F) Assoc. Prof., Iowa. BA, 1988, Harvard; JD, 1993, Yale. Officer, Yale J. of Int'l L. Admitted: NY, 1994; CA, 1997; WA, 1999. Skadden Public Interest Fel., The Legal Aid Soc. Immig. Unit. NYC, 1993-1995; Skadden Public Interest Fel., Nat'l Immig. Law Cntr. L.A., 1995; Ass't Counsel, NAACP Legal Defense & Educ. Fund Inc. NYC, 1995-1997; Ass't Fed. Public Defender, Fed. Public Defender's Off. Seattle, 1997-1999; Ass't Public Defender, The Defender Ass'n Seattle, 1999-2001; Part., Schroeter Goldmark & Bender Seattle, 2001-2006; Assoc. Prof., DePaul, Since 2006; Vis. Assistant Prof., Boston Coll. Law Sch., 2009; Assoc. Prof., Am. Univ. Washington Coll. of Law, 2011 - Pres. Subjects: Comparative Criminal Procedure (S); Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Prosecutorial Ethics (S).

Daniel C. Richman (Columbia Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - Discretion as the Exercise of Prudence or an Abuse of Power?: Evaluating and Regulating the Judgments of Police and Prosecutors
Bio: RICHMAN, DANIEL C. (M) Paul J. Kellner Prof. of Law, Columbia. b.1958. AB, 1980, Harvard; JD, 1984, Yale. Note Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: NY, 1986. Clerk, Ch. Judge Wilfred Feinberg U.S.C.A. 2nd Cir. NYC, 1984-1985; Clerk, Just. Thurgood Marshall U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1985-1986; Ass't U.S. Att'y, 1987-1992; Ch. Appellate Att'y, U.S. Att'ys Off. S.D.N.Y. NYC, 1991-1992; Assoc. Prof., Fordham, 1992-2000; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Va., 1996-1997; Prof., Fordham, 2000-2007; Vis. Prof., Columbia, 2002; Prof., Columbia, Since 2007. Subjects: Criminal Procedure; Evidence (S); Evidence; Federal Criminal Law. Consultantships: Chair, NYC Local Conditional Release Comm., 2004-05.

Addie C. Rolnick (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations II
Bio: ROLNICK, ADDIE (F) Assoc. Prof., Nevada, Las Vegas. b.1977. BA, 1999, Oberlin Coll.; JD, 2004, U.C.L.A.; MA, 2007, U.C.L.A. Admitted: CA, 2005; DC, 2006. Attorney, Sonosky, Chambers, Sachse, Endreson & Perry, LLP, 2004 - 2008; Adj. Prof., Am. Univ., 2005; Fellow, Cal., L.A., 2009 - 2011; Assoc. Prof., Nevada, Las Vegas, 2011 - Pres. Subjects: Criminal Law; Critical Race Theory; Federal Indian Law.

Tom I. Romero, II (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations I
Bio: ROMERO, TOM I., II (M) Assoc. Prof., Denver. b.1973. BA, 1995, Univ. of Denver; MA, 1999, Michigan; JD, 2000, Michigan; PHD, 2004, Michigan. Mich. J. of Race & L. Western Legal Studies Fel., Colorado, 2000-2004; Vis. Lect., Univ. of Denver Dep. of Hist., 2003-2004; Ass't Prof., Hamline Univ. Sch. of Law, 2004-2006; Assoc. Prof., Hamline Univ. Sch. of Law, 2006 - 2009; Professor, Hamline Univ. Sch. of Law, 2009 - 2010; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Denver Sturm Coll. of Law, 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Critical Legal Studies (S); Land Use Planning; Latinos and the Law; Legal History; Property; Water Law & Policy. Member: Law and Soc.; LatCrit, Inc.; Urban Hist. Assocation; Am. Soc. of Legal Historians; Western Hist. Assn.; Am. Historical Ass'n. Consultantships: Adv'y Com., El Fondo de Nuestro Comunidad, 2004-10; Bd. of Dirs., Centro Legal, 2005-09; Bd. of Dirs., Affordable Housing Inc., 2009-10.

Ezra E.S. Rosser (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations I
Bio: ROSSER, EZRA E.S. (M) Assoc. Prof., American. b.1977. BA, 2000, Yale; JD, 2003, Harvard; M Phil, 2004, Univ. of Cambridge, UK. Admitted: AZ, 2004. Westerfield Fel., Loyola New Orl., 2004-2006; Assoc. Prof., American, Since 2006. Subjects: American Indian Law; Housing Law (S); Poverty Law; Property. Books & Awards: 2008, Emalee C. Godsey Scholar Award.

Ezra E.S. Rosser (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session- Reconsidering State v. Shack
Bio: ROSSER, EZRA E.S. (M) Assoc. Prof., American. b.1977. BA, 2000, Yale; JD, 2003, Harvard; M Phil, 2004, Univ. of Cambridge, UK. Admitted: AZ, 2004. Westerfield Fel., Loyola New Orl., 2004-2006; Assoc. Prof., American, Since 2006. Subjects: American Indian Law; Housing Law (S); Poverty Law; Property. Books & Awards: 2008, Emalee C. Godsey Scholar Award.

Ezra E.S. Rosser (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations I
Bio: ROSSER, EZRA E.S. (M) Assoc. Prof., American. b.1977. BA, 2000, Yale; JD, 2003, Harvard; M Phil, 2004, Univ. of Cambridge, UK. Admitted: AZ, 2004. Westerfield Fel., Loyola New Orl., 2004-2006; Assoc. Prof., American, Since 2006. Subjects: American Indian Law; Housing Law (S); Poverty Law; Property. Books & Awards: 2008, Emalee C. Godsey Scholar Award.

Susan D. Rozelle (Stetson University College of Law)
Session: Ajudicatory Criminal Procedure, Criminal Clinic and Other Topics Pedagogy Roundtable
Bio: ROZELLE, SUSAN D. Prof. of Law, Stetson. BA, 1994, Univ. of Central Fla.; JD, 1999, Duke. Ed'l Ass't, L. & Contemp. Probs. Admitted: MA, 1999. Litig. Assoc., Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP Boston, 2000-2001; Clerk, Just. Roderick L. Ireland Sup. Jud'l Ct. of MA Boston, 2001-2002; Jud'l Clerk, Hon. Mel L. Greenberg MA App. Ct. Boston 1999-00, 2002-2003; Ass't Prof., Capital, 2003-2006; Assoc. Prof., Capital, 2006 - 2009; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Seattle Univ., 2006-2007; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Oregon Univ., 2007 - 2008; Assoc. Prof., Stetson Univ. Coll. of Law, 2009 - 2010; Prof. of Law, Stetson Univ. Coll. of Law, 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure (Adjudication); Criminal Procedure (Investigation); Criminal Responsibility (S); Evidence. Member: Tchg. Materials Network (founder); AALS Crim. Just. Sect. (Exec. Bd.) (Sec'y) (Chair-Elect) (Chair).

Ryan W. Scott (Indiana University Maurer School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Mass Incarceration, Criminal Sentencing, and the Politics of Crime and Punishment
Bio: SCOTT, RYAN W. (M) Assoc. Prof., Ind., Maurer. BA, 1998, Macalester Coll.; JD, 2005, Minnesota. Lead Art. Ed., Minn. L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 2005; DC, 2008. Clerk, Judge Michael W. McConnell, USCA 10th Cir., Salt Lake City, UT, 2005 - 2006; Bristow Fel., Off. of the Sol. General, U.S. Dept. of Justice, Washington, DC, 2006 - 2007; Associate, O'Melveny & Myers LLP, Washington, DC, 2007 - 2009; Assoc. Prof., Indiana Univ. Maurer Sch. of Law - Bloomington, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Criminal Law; Federal Jurisdiction.

Joseph W. Singer (Harvard Law School)
Session: AALS Luncheon - Workshop on Poverty, Immigration and Property
Bio: SINGER, JOSEPH W. (M) Bussey Prof., Harvard. b.1954. BA, 1976, Williams Coll.; MA, 1978; JD, 1981, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 1981. Clerk, Just. Morris Pashman Sup. Ct. of NJ Hackensack, 1981-1982; Assoc., Palmer & Dodge Boston, 1982-1984; Assoc. Prof., Boston Univ., 1984-1990; Prof., 1990-1992; Prof., Harvard, Since 1992; Bussey Professor of Law, Harvard Law Sch., 2006 - Pres. Subjects: Conflict of Laws; Problem Solving Workshop; Property; Supreme Court Decisionmaking (S). Books & Awards: Edges of the Field: Lessons on the Obligations of Ownership, 2000; Entitlement: The Paradoxes of Prop., 2000; Cohen's Hdbk. of Fed. Indian Law (with Nell Newton, Robert Anderson, Carole Goldberg, John LaVelle, Judith Royster, Rennard Strickland) with 2009 Cumulative Supp., 2005; Property, 3d ed., 2010; Prop. Law: Rules, Policies and Practices, 5th ed., 2010.

Christopher Slobogin (Vanderbilt University Law School)
Session: Plenary Session – The End of Criminal Justice as We Know It?: The Impact of Science on Criminal Law and Procedure
Bio: SLOBOGIN, CHRISTOPHER (M) Milton Underwood Prof. of Law, Prof. of Psy., Vanderbilt. b.1951. AB, 1973, Princeton Univ.; JD, 1977, Univ. of Va.; LLM, 1979, Univ. of Va. Lect., Univ. of Va., 1978-1981; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Florida, 1982-1985; Assoc. Prof., 1985-1987; Fulbright Scholar, U.S.S.R., 1987; Prof., 1987-1997; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Va., 1988-1989; Alumni Res. Scholar, Univ. of Florida, 1994-1997; Affiliate Prof. of Psy., 1995 - 2008; Stephen C. O'Connell Prof., 1997 - Pres; Vis. Prof., Southern Cal., 2000; Assoc. Dean, Fac. Dev. 1997-99, 2000-2002; Vis. Prof., Cal. Hastings spring 2003, 2005; Healey Vis.Prof., Stanford Law Sch., 2006 - 2007. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Evidence; Law & Psychiatry (S); Professional Responsibility; Social Science in Law (S). Books & Awards: Proving the Unprovable: The Role of Law, Sci. and Speculation in Adjudicating Culpability and Dangerousness, 2006; Minding Justice: Laws that Deprive People with Mental Disability of Life and Liberty, 2006; Psychological Evaluations for the Courts (with Melton, Petrila & Poythress), 2d ed. 1997 (Behav'l Sci. Award, 2007; Privacy at Risk: The New Gov't Surveillance and the Fourth Amendment, 2007; Regulation of Police Investigation, 3d ed., 2007; Crim. Proc. (with Whitebread), 4th ed., 2008; Law and the Mental Health System: Cases and Materials (with Reisner & Rai), 4th ed., 2009; Juveniles at Risk: A Plea for Preventive Justice, 2011. 2006, Merck Visiting Scholar, Seton Hall Law School; 2007, Honorary Distinguished Member, American Psychology-Law Society; 2008, Distinguished Visitor, USC Law School.Member: ALI.; Am. Psych. & Law Ass'n. Consultantships: Rptr., ABA Task Force on Physical Surveillance, 1983-85; Rptr., Task Force on Crim. Respon., ABA, 1985-87; Ed., Law & Human Behav., since 1987; Chair, AALS Law and Mental Disability Section, 1988-90; Chair, AALS Criminal Justice Section, 1999-00; Chair, ABA Death Penalty Moratorium Assessment Team (Florida), 2004-06; Mem., ABA Criminal Justice Standards Committee, 2004-07; Mem., ABA Task Force on Transaction Surveillance, 2007-09; Mem., ABA Criminal Justice Section Council, since 2010.

Jean Stefancic (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Paper Presentations II
Bio: STEFANCIC, JEAN (F) Res. Prof., Seattle. BA, Maryville Coll.; M.A., 1989, San Francisco. Sr. Res. Assoc., Colorado, 1993-2003; Res. Professor & Derrick Bell Scholar, Univ. of Pittsburgh Sch. of Law, 2003 - 2008; Res. Prof., Seattle Univ., 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Latinos & the Law; Race, Racism and American Law (S); U.S. Races and the Justice System. Books & Awards: No Mercy: How Conserv. Think Tanks and Foundations Changed America's Social Agenda, 1996; Gustavus Myers Award, 1998; Critical Race Theory: An Introduction (with Delgado), 2001; Legal Scholarship Award, Nat'l People of Color Conf. on Legal Scholarship, 2004; How Lawyers Lose Their Way, 2005. Member: The Rockefeller Fdn. (Scholar-in-Res., Bellagio Study Cntr., 1993); Cntr. for the Study of Law & Soc., U.C. Berkeley (Vis. Scholar, 2006).; The Bogliasco Fdn. (Fellow, Liguria Study Cntr., 2001). Consultantships: Consult., Inst. for Public Accuracy, San Fran., 1998-03; Assoc., Latino Res. & Policy Cntr., Univ. of Colorado, 1998-03.

Carol S. Steiker (Harvard Law School)
Session: Plenary Session: The Competitive Advantage of Grounded Scholarship: Finding New Opportunities and New Reasons to Bridge the Gap between Academics and Practitioners
Bio: STEIKER, CAROL S. (F) Henry J. Friendly Prof. of Law & Dean's Spec. Adv'r on Public Serv., Harvard. b.1961. BA, 1982, Harvard-Radcliffe; JD, 1986, Harvard. President, Harvard Law Rev. Admitted: NY, 1987; DC, 1988. Clerk, Judge J. Skelly Wright DC, 1986-1987; Clerk, Just. Thurgood Marshall DC, 1987-1988; Staff Att'y, DC Public Defender Servs., 1988-1992; Ass't Prof., Harvard, 1992-1998; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 1998-2001; Prof., Since 1998; Dean's Spec. Adv'r on Public Serv., Since 2004. Subjects: Capital Punishment in America; Criminal Justice Workshop (S); Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure. Books & Awards: Crim. Proc. Stories (ed.), 2006; Crim. Law and Its Processes (with Kadish and Schulhofer), 8th ed., 2007. 2008, Hugo A. Bedau Award from the Massachusetts Citizens Against the Death Penalty.Consultantships: Consult. on capital punishment, American Law Institute, 2008-09.

Lauren Sudeall (Georgia State University College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: Fresh Ideas for Intractable Problems in Criminal Law
Bio: LUCAS, LAUREN SUDEALL , Georgia State.

Andrew Taslitz (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Criminal Law Pedagogy Roundtable

Sandra G. Thompson (University of Houston Law Center)
Session: Criminal Law Pedagogy Roundtable
Bio: THOMPSON, SANDRA G. (F) Law Fdn. Prof., Houston. b.1963. BA, 1985, Yale; JD, 1988, Yale. Sr. Ed., Yale L.J.; Sr. Editor, Yale L. J. Admitted: NY, 1988. Ass't D.A., NY Cty. D.A.'s Off., 1988-1990; Ass't Prof., Houston, 1990-1996; Assoc. Prof., 1996-1999; Prof., Since 1999; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 2001-2002. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Evidence; Sentencing (S); Wrongful Convictions. Books & Awards: The Law of Asset Forfeiture (with Gurule & O'Hear), 2d ed., 2004. Member: ALI (Adv'r, Model Penal Code-Sentencing, since 2002).

Allison B. Tirres (DePaul University College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - What Lies at the Intersection of Povery, Property and Immigration
Bio: TIRRES, ALLISON B. Ass't Prof., DePaul. BA, 1996, Princeton; MA, 2001; JD, 2004, Harvard; PhD, 2008, Harvard. Treasurer, Harv. L. Rev. Subjects: Immigration Law and Policy; Legal History; Property.

Susan F. Turner (University of California, Irvine School of Social Ecology)
Rose Cuison Villazor (University of California, Davis, School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - What Lies at the Intersection of Povery, Property and Immigration
Bio: VILLAZOR, ROSE CUISON (F) Assoc. Prof. of Law, UC, Davis. BA, 1996, Univ. of Texas; JD, 2000, American; LLM, 2006, Columbia. Note & Comment Ed., Am. U. L. Rev. Admitted: NJ, 2000; NY, 2001. Clerk, DC Ct. of App., 2000-2001; NY Lawyers for the Public Interest, NYC, 2001-2004; Human Rts. Fel., Columbia, 2004-2006; Ass't Prof., Southern Methodist, 2006 - 2009; Assoc. Professor of Law, Hofstra Law Sch., 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Advanced Topics in Immigration Law (S); Immigration; Property; Race and the Law (S). Books & Awards: Cum laude, Am., 2000; Loving v. Virginia in a Post-Racial World: Rethinking Race, Sex, and Marriage, 2011. 2011, AALS Minority Section Derrick Bell Award; 2007, SMU Law School Teaching Grant; 2011, Hofstra University Lawrence A. Stessin Prize for Oustanding Scholarly Publication .Member: . Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Human Rights Initiative, 2008-09.

Cecillia Wang (American Civil Liberties Union)
Session: AALS Luncheon - Workshop on Poverty, Immigration and Property

Ronald F. Wright (Wake Forest University School of Law)
Session: Ajudicatory Criminal Procedure, Criminal Clinic and Other Topics Pedagogy Roundtable
Bio: WRIGHT, RONALD F. Prof. , Wake Forest. BA, 1981, Wm. & Mary; JD, 1984, Yale. Yale L.J. Admitted: GA, 1985. Clerk, Hon. Frank M. Johnson Montgomery, 1984-1985; Trial Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just. Antitrust Div. Atlanta, 1985-1988; Ass't Prof., Wake Forest, 1988-1991; Assoc. Prof., 1991-1994; Prof., Since 1994; Vis. Prof. of Law & Criminology, No. Car. St. Univ. Raleigh, 2004; Vis. Prof., Wash. & Lee, 2006; Exec. Associate Dean for Academic Affrs., Wake Forest Univ., 2007 - 2010. Subjects: Criminal Justice (S); Criminal Procedure; Legislation; Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Sentencing Law and Policy: Cases, Statutes & Guidelines (with Demleitner, Berman & Miller), 2d ed., 2008; Crim. Procedures: Cases, Statutes and Exec. Materials (with Miller), 4th ed., 2011. Member: Am. Soc. of Criminology; ALI. Consultantships: Adv'y Bd., Fed. Sentencing Rptr., since 1991; Ed'l Adv'y Bd., Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law, since 2002; Adv'y Bd., Prosecution & Racial Just. Proj., Vera Inst. of Just., since 2006.

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