Posts filed under ‘Evidence’
The Duke Law Center for Criminal Justice & Professional Responsibility and North Carolina Office of Indigent Defense Services present their annual event, Whiskey in the Courtroom: Evolving Trends in Forensic Science, on March 3, 2017. This year’s conference is Death Scene Investigation and Crime Scene Reconstruction.
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Topics: Conferences & Symposia; Criminal Law; Evidence; Technology Trends.
Rosanna Cavallaro discusses her perspective on the evidence used in the Tsarnaev trial. To listen to the full interview, go here.
Topics: Faculty in the News; Evidence.
Vanderbilt Law School’s Branstetter Litigation & Dispute Resolution Program is seeking submissions, for its 2015 New Voices in Civil Justice Scholarship Workshop, to be held May 11-12, 2015 at Vanderbilt Law School. The Branstetter Program draws on a multimillion dollar endowment to support research and curriculum in civil litigation and dispute resolution. Submitted papers should address an aspect of civil justice.
Submissions for the workshop should be e-mailed to email@example.com no later than January 1, 2015. Include your name, current position and contact information in the e-mail.
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Topics: Calls for Papers; Civil Procedure; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Evidence
The Northern Kentucky Law Review and NKU Chase College of Law seek submissions for the Fourth Annual Law & Informatics Symposium on February 26 & February 27, 2015. The conference will focus on an interdisciplinary exploration of digital information in the courtroom, including the importance of insuring that such information is reliable, resilient, and uncompromised. The Northern Kentucky Law Review will review, edit, and publish papers from the symposium in the 2015 Spring Symposium issue.
Submit a title and abstract of 500-1000 words or draft paper through http://bit.ly/1m7S6OE by September 1, 2014
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Topics: Calls for papers; Conferences and Symposia; Evidence.
Vanderbilt Law School and the Cecil D. Branstetter Litigation & Dispute Resolution Program announce the 2012 New Voices in Civil Justice Scholarship Workshop to be held at Vanderbilt on April 20, 2012, and invite submissions for the workshop.
Submitted papers should address an aspect of civil justice. Subject areas may include, but are not limited to, civil procedure, complex litigation, evidence, federal courts, judicial decision-making, alternative dispute resolution, remedies, and conflict of laws.
The format for the workshop is designed to maximize collegial interaction and feedback. All participants will have read the selected papers. A senior faculty member will provide a brief overview and commentary on the paper, and then we are off and running with interactive discussion. Paper authors thus do not deliver prepared “presentations” as such. Rather, the overwhelming majority of each session is devoted to collective discussion of the paper involved.
Author qualifications: To be eligible to submit a paper, scholars must currently hold a permanent faculty position. In addition, scholars may not have held a position at assistant professor or higher (including visiting assistant professor) prior to 2004.
Format: Papers may be sent in either Microsoft Word or Adobe Acrobat format. To maintain the anonymity of the process, remove any self-identifying information from the submission.
Deadline: Submissions should be e-mailed to Branstetter.Program@vanderbilt.edu no later than January 13, 2012. Include your name, current position, and contact information in the e-mail accompanying the submission. If you’re work is chosen, you will be contacted by February 15.
FURTHER INFORMATION: The Branstetter Program will pay all reasonable travel expenses within the United States for invited participants. If you have any questions, email Professor Tracey George, Branstetter Program Director, at Branstetter.Program@vanderbilt.edu
Topics: Calls for Papers; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Civil Procedure; Evidence
A bill to amend the Federal Rules of Evidence to address the waiver of the attorney-client privilege and the work product doctrine was sent to President Bush for signing on September 11, 2008. Read the full-text of the senate bill here.
The AALS Evidence Section is looking for proposals on teaching evidence using new technologies, to be presented at the AALS Mid-Year Meeting Conference. The conference is titled, The Future of Evidence: How Science and Technology Are Changing Evidence Law and will be held June 3-8, 2008, in Cleveland. The proposal deadline is Oct. 1, 2007. For more details, go here.
Topics: Evidence; Calls for Papers