Crimes against Humanity: Science, Smugglers and Survivors (Law & the Media)

Location

South Texas College of Law, Fred Parks Law Library
1303 San Jacinto 6th flr
Houston, TX 77002
United States
29° 45' 11.4876" N, 95° 21' 54.7992" W
Published
Sat, 2013-02-02

Phil Archer, KPRC-NBC 2 (moderator); Dr. William M. Davis, Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences; Naomi Jiyoung Bang, FosterQuan, LLP; Tim Johnson, former U.S. attorney, Southern District of Texas

9 am-12:15 pm
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$50, members of the media, law students and journalism students free
3 TX hrs, including 1 ethics hr

The first panel – “Evolution of Forensic Science and Ex­oneration Cases” – will explore developments in local and national forensic science and exoneration issues and provide practical and ethical considerations for lawyers and journal­ists. The second panel – “Confronting the Human Trafficking Epidemic” – will explore the ongoing efforts of law enforce­ment agencies, the courts, and community advocates to solve the trafficking problem. The panel will discuss practical and ethical considerations for lawyers and journalists

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