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A Sentencing System That Works: Hybrid Principles and Proven Procedures

Date: 04/02/2013

Time: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Location: 25 Mondale Hall

Cost: Free

Description:

PROFESSOR RICHARD FRASE has been the Benjamin N. Berger Professor in Criminal Law at the University of Minnesota Law School since 1991. He has also taught in French and German law schools under Minnesota’s international exchange programs. A graduate of Haverford College and the University of Chicago Law School, he clerked for Luther M. Swygert, Chief Judge, Seventh Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals, and practiced law in Chicago at Sidley & Austin.

Professor Frase is the author or co-editor of eight books and over 70 articles and essays on criminal justice topics, and is a frequent contributor to local and national news stories related to issues of contemporary criminal justice. His principal research interests are sentencing guidelines in Minnesota and other states, punishment and proportionality theories, comparative criminal procedure, and comparative sentencing within the United States and between the United States and other Western nations.

Event #173702 approved for one CLE credit.

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More information: http://www.law.umn.edu/cle/12_13lectureseries.html

Disability Options:

To request disability accommodations, please contact Linda Lokensgard at 612-625-2023 or shimm001@umn.edu.

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