2017 Criminal Law Symposium
Professor Arnold Loewy and the Texas Tech Law Review will proudly sponsor the 11th Annual Criminal Law Symposium on March 31, 2017, in Lubbock, Texas, at the School of Law. This year’s symposium, titled Entering the Second Fifty Years of Miranda, promises to be an informative event. Judge Bernice Donald of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals will open the symposium, and Criminal Law Professors from around the country will follow in various panel discussions. The three panels will focus on prophylactic rules, whether Miranda rights hinder or help the police, and the difference in the right to counsel under the 5th and 6th Amendments.
Registered attendees are eligible to earn 7 hours of CLE credit, including 1 hour of ethics credit. These attendees will also be invited to lunch in the Law School Forum with Lunch Speaker, Joshua Dressler.
Attendees who do not register for CLE credit have the option of paying $20 to join the lunch meeting. Otherwise, the lunch speaker will be viewable from one of the courtrooms in the law school.
Please contact Symposium Editor, Frances Tubb, with any questions.