PADILLA v. KENTUCKY by wuxiangyu


									SCHEDULE:                    (continued)
11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. — BREAK

12:45 to 2:00 p.m. — PANEL THREE
An examination of the effects or potential effects of Padilla on
some of the participants in the justice system, focusing on defense
attorneys, judges, prosecutors and probation officers, and providing
                                                                             Saint Louis University School of Law
recommendations for conduct going forward.                                   Public Law Review and the
Moderator: The Honorable Michael Wolff                                       ABA Criminal Justice Section present
Supreme Court of Missouri; Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law,
Saint Louis University School of Law

      Robert M. A. Johnson
                                                                             THE AFTERMATH OF
                                                                                                v. KENTUCKY
                                                                             PADILLA BARGAINING AND SENTENCING?
      Former President, National District Attorneys Association
     “A Prosecutor’s Expanded Responsibilities Under Padilla”

      McGregor Smyth
      Managing Attorney, Civil Action Practice & Reentry Net Director,
      The Bronx Defenders                                                    A NEW ERA FOR PLEA
     “Collateral No More: The Imperative of Holistic Defense in a
      Post-Padilla World”

      Chief District Judge Robert W. Pratt
      U.S. District Court, South District of Iowa
     “Implications for Practice Following Padilla”

      Douglas Burris
      Chief U.S. Probation Officer, Eastern District of Missouri
     “Views From Probation”

2 to 2:15 p.m. — BREAK                                                       Friday, February 25, 2011
2:15 to 3:00 p.m. — PANEL FOUR
                                                                             9 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
An examination of systemic issues stemming from Padilla, including           William H. Kniep Courtroom
its fiscal impact on the legal system and statutory and other reforms.
Moderator: Professor Lynn S. Branham
                                                                             CLE Credits: 5.1 (Missouri)
Visiting Professor of Law, Saint Louis University School of Law

      The Honorable Michael Wolff
      Supreme Court of Missouri; Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law,
      Saint Louis University School of Law
     “Incorporating Collateral Consequences into Sentencing Guidelines and
      Recommendations Post-Padilla”

      Jo-Ann Wallace
      President and CEO, National Legal Aid & Defender Association
     “Padilla v. Kentucky: A New Lever for Systemic Change”

3 to 3:15 p.m. — CLOSING REMARKS
                     THE AFTERMATH OF
                                        v. KENTUCKY
                     A NEW ERA FOR PLEA
                                                                                 8:30 a.m. — REGISTRATION

                                                                                 9 to 9:15 a.m. — INTRODUCTION AND WELCOME
                                                                                 Professor Lynn S. Branham
                                                                                 Visiting Professor of Law, Saint Louis University School of Law
                          OVERVIEW:                                              9:15 to 10:15 a.m. — PANEL ONE
                                                                                 An examination of how Padilla has affected the intersection of
The Supreme Court’s decision in Padilla v. Kentucky has signaled a new era       criminal and immigration law.
for plea bargaining and the sentencing of people charged with crimes. In         Moderator: McGregor Smyth
                                                                                 Managing Attorney, Civil Action Practice & Director, Reentry Net The Bronx Defenders
ruling that defense attorneys have an affirmative Sixth Amendment duty to
provide accurate, individualized advice to their noncitizen clients when a             Professor Maureen Sweeney
                                                                                       Visiting Law School Assistant Professor, Immigration Clinic,
conviction may result in their deportation, the Court blurred the line courts          University of Maryland School of Law
have drawn between the “direct” and “collateral” consequences of a con-               “Penalty and Proportionality in Deportation for Crimes”

viction. Co-sponsored by the Saint Louis University School of Law’s Public             Professor Stephen H. Legomsky
                                                                                       John S. Lehmann University Professor, Washington University School of Law
Law Review and the American Bar Association’s Criminal Justice Section,
                                                                                      “Transporting Padilla to Deportation Proceedings”
this symposium will bring together the nation’s foremost experts on the col-
                                                                                       Dan Kesselbrenner
lateral consequences of conviction, judges, criminal law practitioners, and            Executive Director, National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild and
experts on immigration law to discuss Padilla’s implications. During this              Clinical Visiting Lecturer, Yale Law School
                                                                                      “Scope of Criminal Defense Counsel Obligation Under Padilla”
daylong event, panels will discuss the import of Padilla’s reasoning for other
                                                                                 10:15 to 10:30 a.m. — BREAK
constitutional issues arising in the context of a criminal prosecution; the
practical impact of the holding for judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys,      10:30 to 11:30 a.m. — PANEL TWO

and probation officers; and the broader implications of the Padilla decision     An examination of what is next in terms of constitutional-law
                                                                                 developments, with particular focus on collateral consequences outside
for the criminal justice system as a whole.                                      the immigration context and due-process issues bearing on knowing
                                                                                 and intelligent guilty pleas.

The Saint Louis University Public Law Review was established in 1981 as          Moderator: Professor Roger L. Goldman
                                                                                 The Callis Family Professor of Law, Saint Louis University School of Law
a “Specialty Journal” to address legal issues of public interest and public
                                                                                       Professor Gabriel Jack Chin
policy. The purpose of the Public Law Review is to provide an open and                 Chester H. Smith Professor of Law, Professor of Public Administration and Policy
uncensored forum to legal scholars, practicing attorneys, legislators, and             & Co-Director, Program in Criminal Law and Policy, University of Arizona,
                                                                                       James E. Rogers College of Law
public interest advocates for debating current topics that are significant in
                                                                                      “Taking Plea Bargaining Seriously: Padilla & Pre-Sentence Reports”
the area of public interest law.
                                                                                       Professor Stephanos Bibas
                                                                                       Professor of Law and Criminology; Director, Supreme Court Clinic,
                                                                                       University of Pennsylvania Law School
                                                                                      “Improving Guilty Pleas Post-Padilla”

                                                                                       Margaret Colgate Love
                                                                                       Law Office of Margaret Love
                                                                                      “Bargaining About Collateral Consequences: From Punishment to Regulation”

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