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Spring 2007 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 Spring 2007 speaker series on criminal justice policy and terrorism. The LCJSP's 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. Lectures are free and open to the University community and the public. This semester’s program schedule includes:

  • January 10. The Pima County Attorney’s Office Gang Unit.  Michael Kelly, Deputy County Attorney. (Moot Courtroom 104, Noon to 1:05 p.m.)
  • January 17. What I Wish I had Learned in Law School. Deputy Pima County Public Defenders Jamiel Allen, Laura Conover and Matei Tarail; Deputy Pima County Attorneys Rui Wang, Rona Nichols. (Moot Courtroom 104, Noon to 1:05 p.m.)
  • January 24.  Alternative Sentencing in the Native Community: A Comparative Analysis.  James Hopkins, Professor, UA College of Law (Moot Courtroom 104, Noon to 1:05 p.m.)
  • January 31. Border Policy from a Reporter’s Perspective. Claudine LoMonaco, Border and Immigration Reporter, Tucson Citizen. (Room 138, 12:15 to 1:30)
  • February 7. Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Criminal Lawyers. David Wexler, John D. Lyons Professor, University of Arizona. (Room 138, 12:15 to 1:30)
  • February 14. Policing the Police.  Captain Robert Shoun, TPD Professional Standards Division (Room 138, 12:15 to 1:30)
  • February 21. Prosecution in a Rural Area. Cochise County Attorney Ed Rheinheimer (Room 146, Noon to 1:05)
  • February 28. From the Bar to the Bench. Pima County Superior Court Judge Sally Simmons; Arizona Court of Appeals Judge Peter Eckerstrom (Room 146, Noon to 1:05)
  • March 7. Bail Bonds, and Making it After Prison, Rene Guererro, Bail Bond Company Operator (Room 146, Noon to 1:05)
  • March 14. NO MEETING. Spring Break
  • March 21.  Prosecuting Sex Crimes.  Kathleen Mayer, Deputy Pima County Attorney (Room 146, Noon to 1:05)
  • NEW! March 28. Prosecutorial  Independence and Discretion Panel, moderated by Prof. Marc Miller; former U.S. Attorney A. Bates Butler is a confirmed speaker. (Room 146, Noon to 1:05)
  • April 4. Probation in Pima County. (Room 146, Noon to 1:05)
  • April 11. National Security in the Age of Terror, Panel of Army War College Faculty (Room 146, Noon to 1:05)
  • April 18. Capital Punishment as a Hate Crime. Kathy Norgaard, Ph.D. (Room 146, Noon to 1:05)
  • April 25. Victim’s Rights in Arizona: A Personal and Professional Perspective. Dan Levey, Governor’s Office. (Room 146, Noon to 1:05) (Last day of classes).

This schedule is subject to change; for the latest information, please consult the College of Law Faculty Events Calendar at  CLE credit available to Arizona attorneys.

Updated: 03/20/2007