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Current Issues in Criminal Law, University of Wyoming College of Law, Laramie, WY (Oct. 15, 2005).
International Education Presentations
Can Judicial Discretion in Sentencing Work? Lessons From the United States and Ireland, Criminal Justice Seminar, University of Limerick, Ireland (Apr. 2008).
Sentencing in the United States: Recent Developments, Criminal Justice Seminar, University of Limereck, Ireland (March 13, 2007).
True Stories: The Appellant's Statement of Facts in a Criminal Appeal, Telling the Story that Should Have Been Told, Applied Legal Storytelling Conference, University of Denver, Denver, CO (July 2011).
Small group facilitator & presenter, Transforming the Facts into a Persuasive Story, NLADA Appellate Defender Training, New Orleans, LA (Jan. 2011).
Impacts of the BP Spill on the Cultures of the Louisiana Gulf Coast, University of Wyoming Law Week (Oct. 2010).
Combined class presentation for Immigration Law, Criminal Adjudication, and Defender Aid, with Profs. Novogrodsky & Young, Implications of Supreme Court Decision in Padilla v. Kentucky on Criminal and Immigration Practice (Fall 2010).
The Untold Story: The Vanishing Louisiana Coastal Wetlands and its Impacts on Race, Class, and Culture across South Louisiana, Shepard Symposium (Apr. 2010).
Sentencing Guideline Law & Practice Post-Booker, McGeorge Law Review Symposium (Mar. 10, 2006).