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1996 National Student Symposium

A Symposium on Justice and the Criminal Justice Process

February 23 — 24, 1996

On February 23-24, 1996, the Federalist Society held its fifteenth annual National Student Symposium at Stanford Law School in Stanford, California. The title of the conference was "A Symposium on Justice and the Criminal Justice Process."

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6:45 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.
Panel I - Protections Against Self-Incrimination: A Path or a Roadblock to Justice?

1996 National Student Symposium

Topics: Criminal Law & Procedure
Kresge Auditorium
Stanford Law School, Kresge Auditorium
Stanford, CA

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8:30 p.m. - 10:15 p.m.
Panel II - Justice for All? Racial Minorities, Crime Victims and the Local Community

1996 National Student Symposium

Topics: Criminal Law & Procedure
Kresge Auditorium
Stanford Law School
Stanford, CA

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9:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
Panel III: What Belongs in a Criminal Trial: The Role of Exclusionary Rules
Topics: Criminal Law & Procedure
Kresge Auditorium
Stanford Law School
Stanford, CA

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7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Banquet, Presentation of the Paul M. Bator Award [Archive Collection]

1996 National Student Symposium

Topics: Criminal Law & Procedure
Kresge Auditorium
Stanford Law School
Stanford, CA

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On February 23-24, 1996, the Federalist Society held its fifteenth annual National Student Symposium at Stanford Law School in Stanford, California. The title of the conference was "A Symposium on Justice and the Criminal Justice Process." The second day of the conference culminated in the presentation of the Paul Bator Award to Prof. Michael Paulsen. The Paul M. Bator Award was established in 1989 in memory of Professor Paul M. Bator, a renowned scholar and teacher of federal courts and constitutional law at Harvard and the University of Chicago and Principal Deputy Solicitor General in the Reagan Administration. The award was given annually to a law professor under 40 who has demonstrated excellence in legal scholarship, a commitment to teaching, a concern for students, and who has made a significant public impact. For more about the Paul M. Bator Award, visit: http://fedsoc.org/batorawardrecipients

Featuring:

  • Eugene Meyer, The Federalist Society
  • Miranda Perry, Federalist Society CHapter President, University of Chicago School of Law
  • Prof. Michael Paulsen, University of Minnesota Law School

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9:00 p.m. - 9:35 p.m.
Remarks by Prof. Lino Graglia [Archive Collection]

1996 National Student Symposium

Stanford Law School, Kresge Auditorium
Stanford, CA

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On February 23-24, 1996, the Federalist Society held its fifteenth annual National Student Symposium at Stanford Law School in Stanford, California. The title of the conference was "A Symposium on Justice and the Criminal Justice Process." The second day of the conference concluded with humorous remarks by Prof. Lino Graglia regarding the history of the Federalist Society.

Featuring:

  • Eugene Meyer, The Federalist Society
  • Prof. Lino Graglia, University of Texas School of Law

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