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Expansion of Federal Criminal Power: Too Much or Too Little? 11-18-10

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The Federalist Society's Criminal Law & Procedure Practice Group hosted this panel discussion on "Expansion of Federal Criminal Power: Too Much or Too Little?" at the 2010 National Lawyers Convention on Thursday, November 18, 2010. Panelists included Prof. John S. Baker, Jr., of Louisiana State University Law Center; Prof. Sara Sun Beale of Duke University School of Law; Mr. Bradford A. Berenson of Sidley Austin LLP; Mr. Noah D. Bookbinder of the United States Senate's Committee on the Judiciary; and The Honorable Edwin Meese III, of The Heritage Foundation as the moderator. Prof. John G. Malcolm of Pepperdine University School of Law gave the introduction.THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18Criminal Law: Expansion of Federal Criminal Power: Too Much or Too Little?11:45 a.m. -- 1:45 p.m.--Prof. John S. Baker, Jr., Dale E. Bennett Professor of Law, Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University --Prof. Sara Sun Beale, Charles L.B. Lowndes Professor, Duke University School of Law--Mr. Bradford A. Berenson, Partner, Sidley Austin LLP--Mr. Noah D. Bookbinder, Chief Counsel for Criminal Justice, Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate--Moderator: Hon. Edwin Meese III, Ronald Reagan Distinguished Fellow in Public Policy, Chairman, Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, The Heritage Foundation, and former United States Attorney General--Introduction: Prof. John G. Malcolm, Distinguished Visiting Practitioner in Residence, Pepperdine University School of LawThe Mayflower HotelWashington, DC

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