The 2007 Caleb Foote Symposium: Connecting Criminal Justice Scholarship with Criminal Justice Reform



On March 23, 2007, the Berkeley Center for Criminal Justice hosted a symposium in memory of the life and work of longtime Boalt Professor Caleb Foote.  

THE SYMPOSIUM INCLUDED THE FOLLOWING PRESENTATIONS:

Candace McCoy, John Jay College of Criminal Justice,
"Caleb Foote Was Right: Pretrial Decisions Determine Everything (Almost)" (PDF)

Jerome Skolnick, NYU Law School,
"Vagrancy, Then and Now: Its Evolution Since Caleb Foote's Classic 1956 Article" (PDF)

Carol Steiker, Harvard Law School,
"Promoting Criminal Justice Reform Through Legal Scholarship: Toward a Taxonomy" (PDF)

Robert Weisberg, Stanford Law School,
"How Sentencing Commissions Turned Out to be a Great Idea" (PDF)

THE FOLLOWING BOALT FACULTY ALSO PARTICIPATED IN THE CONFERENCE:

Angela Harris, Boalt Hall School of Law
Sandy Kadish, Boalt Hall School of Law
Erin Murphy, Boalt Hall School of Law
David Onek, Boalt Hall School of Law
Jonathan Simon, Boalt Hall School of Law
Frank Zimring, Boalt Hall School of Law