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Fall 2005 Law, Criminal Justice, and Security Speaker Series

The University of Arizona’s Law, Criminal Justice, and Security Program (LCJSP) - a partnership of the Eller College of Management and the Rogers College of Law - announces its Fall 2005 speaker series on criminal justice policy. The LCJSPs speaker series mission is to connect the academic world with the “real world” of the criminal justice practitioner. In addition, the LCJSP supports student and faculty research that aims to serve the needs of federal, state, and local policymakers. Co-directors of the LCJSP are Gabriel J. Chin and Roger Hartley, who each hold appointments in both the University of Arizona’s Rogers College of Law and the Eller College of Management’s School of Public Administration and Policy. The speaker series will be held at 12:15 to 1:00 p.m. on Wednesdays in Room 146 of the Rogers College of Law. Lectures are free and open to the University community and the public. This semester’s program schedule includes:

  • September 21. SuperMax Prisons. Tonya McClary, American Friends Service Committee.
  • September 28. Research in Preventing Criminal Behavior. UA Professor Kris Bosworth, Ph.D. Dr. Bosworth is the Smith Endowed Chair in Prevention, UA College of Education.
  • October 5. Student Panel on the Death Penalty. (co-sponsored)
  • October 12. Equal Justice and the Death Penalty. Charles A. Pulaski, Jr., Snell & Wilmer, co-author of Equal Justice and the Death Penalty: A Legal and Empirical Analysis, with David C. Baldus & George Woodworth (1990). Law KF 9227 .C2 B34 1990.
  • October 19. Disciplinary Prosecutions. Robert Van Wyck, Chief Bar Counsel, State Bar of Arizona.
  • October 26. Dark Networks Revisited. Dr. Brint Milward, Associate Dean & School Director, School of Public Administration and Policy.
  • November 2. Organizations, Security and Privacy. Dr. Chris Demchak and Dr. Chris Fenstermacher, Eller College of Management.
  • November 9. Prosecuting Cases in the Special Victim's Unit. Shawn Jensvold, Pima County Attorney Special Victim's Unit.
  • November 16. Terrorism from a Law Enforcement Perspective.
  • November 23. No Lunch (Last Day of Classes).

For more information about the series, please contact Roger Hartley at rhartley@eller.arizona.edu, 520.621.3788, or Gabriel “Jack” Chin at jack.chin@law.arizona.edu, (520) 626-6004, or check the website. Posted Tuesday, August 16, 2005. Updated Monday, August 29, 2005.


Posted:09/20/2005