Symposium

The American Death Penalty After Glossip

Hosted by the Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy, Quarles & Brady LLP, and the Eighth Amendment Project.

February 19, 2016

Symposium Agenda

Friday, February 19
8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast
Loggia
 
9:00 a.m. Introductory Remarks
Room 3041
Matthew Sloan, Special Projects Editor, DJCLPP
Henderson Hill, Federal Public Defender for Western North Carolina
 
9:15 a.m. Use of Statistics in Death Penalty Litigation
Room 3041
Moderator: Neil Vidmar, Duke Law School
Participants: John Donohue, “Empirical Analysis and the Fate of Capital Punishment,” Stanford Law School
Frank Baumgartner, “The Geographic Distribution of U.S. Executions,” The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
 
11:00 a.m. Inter- and Intra-State Disparities in Death Penalty Application
Room 3041
Moderator: Donald H. Beskind, Duke Law School
Participants: Robert Smith, “Death in the Details,” The Eighth Amendment Project
Sherod Thaxton, “Un-Gregg-ulated: Capital Charging and the Missing Mandate of Gregg v. Georgia,” UCLA School of Law
Lindsey Vann, “Forty Years of Death: The Past, Present, and Future of the Death Penalty in South Carolina,” Justice360
 
12:30 p.m. Lunch
Loggia
 
1:15 p.m. The Future of the American Death Penalty
Room 3041
Moderator: Henderson Hill, Federal Public Defender for Western North Carolina
Participants: Doug Berman, “The Challenges of ‘Improving’ the Modern Death Penalty,” The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law
Linda Malone, “The Death Knell for the Death Penalty and Significance of Global Realism to its Abolition After Glossip v. GrossMontgomery v. Louisiana, and Brumflield v. Cain,Duke Law School
 
2:45 p.m. Closing Remarks
Room 3041
Jonathan Robe, Editor-in-Chief, DJCLPP

 

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Symposium

The American Death Penalty After Glossip

Hosted by the Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy, Quarles & Brady LLP, and the Eighth Amendment Project.

February 19, 2016

Symposium Agenda

Friday, February 19
8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast
Loggia
 
9:00 a.m. Introductory Remarks
Room 3041
Matthew Sloan, Special Projects Editor, DJCLPP
Henderson Hill, Federal Public Defender for Western North Carolina
 
9:15 a.m. Use of Statistics in Death Penalty Litigation
Room 3041
Moderator: Neil Vidmar, Duke Law School
Participants: John Donohue, “Empirical Analysis and the Fate of Capital Punishment,” Stanford Law School
Frank Baumgartner, “The Geographic Distribution of U.S. Executions,” The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
 
11:00 a.m. Inter- and Intra-State Disparities in Death Penalty Application
Room 3041
Moderator: Donald H. Beskind, Duke Law School
Participants: Robert Smith, “Death in the Details,” The Eighth Amendment Project
Sherod Thaxton, “Un-Gregg-ulated: Capital Charging and the Missing Mandate of Gregg v. Georgia,” UCLA School of Law
Lindsey Vann, “Forty Years of Death: The Past, Present, and Future of the Death Penalty in South Carolina,” Justice360
 
12:30 p.m. Lunch
Loggia
 
1:15 p.m. The Future of the American Death Penalty
Room 3041
Moderator: Henderson Hill, Federal Public Defender for Western North Carolina
Participants: Doug Berman, “The Challenges of ‘Improving’ the Modern Death Penalty,” The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law
Linda Malone, “The Death Knell for the Death Penalty and Significance of Global Realism to its Abolition After Glossip v. GrossMontgomery v. Louisiana, and Brumflield v. Cain,Duke Law School
 
2:45 p.m. Closing Remarks
Room 3041
Jonathan Robe, Editor-in-Chief, DJCLPP

 

Click here for information on previous symposia.