Annual Survey of American Law

The Power and Pitfalls of Technology: Evidence Law and the Modern Courtroom

The NYU Annual Survey of American Law 2004 symposium took place on February 6, 2004, at Vanderbilt Hall, 40 Washington Square South, New York, NY 10012, in Greenberg Lounge.

Program

9:00 Registration and breakfast

9:30 Welcome and Opening Remarks


Peter Gutherie, Symposium Editor, Annual Survey of American Law
Burt Neuborne, Pomeroy Professor of Law, NYU School of Law, and Director, Brennan Center for Justice

9:45 Panel 1: Technology and Truth: Using Technology to Establish Justice


Edward Cheng (moderator), Professor, Brooklyn Law School
Seth Kreimer, Professor, University of Pennsylvania Law School
Robert Epstein, Federal Defender's Office, E.D.PA.
Barry Scheck, The Innocence Project

11:15 Coffee

11:30 Panel 2: Technology-Enhanced Surveillance: Orwellian Intrusion or Legitimate Investigation?


Holly Maguigan (moderator), Professor, NYU Law School
Mark Eckenwiler, U.S. Department of Justice
Ric Simmons, Professor, Moritz College of Law at Ohio State University

1:00 Lunch

2:30 Panel 3: 2050: A Courtroom Odyssey


Gordon Bermant, University of Pennsylvania
Helen Freedman, Judge, New York County Supreme Court, Commercial Division
Frederic Lederer, Professor, William & Mary School of Law
Mr. Carl Flatow, Flatographics, LLC

4:00pm: Closing Remarks


Jonathan Slonim, Editor-in-Chief, NYU Annual Survey of American Law

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