Loyola’s Fidler Institute on Criminal Justice Focuses on Grand Jury System, Surveillance & White-Collar Trends | Reuters

Loyola’s Fidler Institute on Criminal Justice Focuses on Grand Jury

System, Surveillance & White-Collar Trends

An array of top government and private criminal attorneys will explore

the grand jury system, high-tech surveillance, sentencing reform and

white-collar crime during Loyola Law School’s ninth-annual Fidler

Institute on Criminal Justice on Friday, April 17, 2015. The event, to

be held on Loyola’s downtown LA campus, will feature the presentation of

the Fidler Awards.

“We are going to discuss all of the hot issues that our criminal justice

system faces today, and we have the best speakers to do it. Topics

include Ferguson, body cameras, Proposition 47, whistleblowers and

cybercrime,” said Laurie Levenson, program founder and David W. Burcham

Professor of Law in Ethical Advocacy. “Where else can you find judgment recovery business U.S.

Attorney, District Attorney, Federal Public Defender, City Attorney,

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speaker, Rob Cary, who will share the inside story of the prosecution of

former U.S. Senator Ted Stevens. Linda Deutsch, the grande dame of

courtroom reporting, will be honored, as well.”

The event, named in honor of Loyola alumnus Judge Larry P. Fidler,

Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, will be in the

Girardi Advocacy Center on Loyola’s campus at 919 Albany St., Los

Angeles, CA 90015. Program details are available at http://www.lls.edu/fidler.

Journalists who wish to attend should RSVP to Brian Costello, assistant

director of marketing and communications, at brian.costello@lls.edu,

213-736-1444 (o) or 310-902-9560 (c).

AGENDA:

9:00 – 9:30 a.m. Opening Remarks

Hon. Jackie Lacey, District Attorney, Los Angeles County

District Attorney’s Office

Hon. Stephanie K. Yonekura, Acting United States Attorney,

Central District of California

Hon. Hilary L. Potashner, Federal Public Defender, Office of

the Federal Public Defender, Central District of California

9:30 – 10:45 a.m.: Demystifying the Grand Jury: State, Federal and

Ferguson Grand

Juries

Valerie C. Aenlle-Rocha, Deputy District Attorney, Los Angeles

County District Attorney’s Office

Robert E. Dugdale, Assistant United States Attorney, United

States Attorney’s Office

Patrick K. O’Toole, Deputy District Attorney, San Diego County

District Attorney’s Office

Hon. Laura F. Priver, Superior Court of California, County of

Los Angeles

Anthony E. Rothert, Legal Director, ACLU of Missouri

Moderator: Laurie L. Levenson, David W. Burcham Professor of

Law in Ethical Advocacy, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles

11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.: Body Cameras, High-tech Surveillance &

Interrogation Tactics

Daniel Gomez, Sergeant, Los Angeles Police Department

William W. Hodgman, Los Angeles County District Attorney’s

Office

Steve Lurie, Lieutenant, Los Angeles Police Department

Dan Simon, Richard L. and Maria B. Crutcher Professor of Law

and Psychology, USC Gould School of Law

Moderator: Sean K. Kennedy ’89, Kaplan & Feldman Executive

Director, Center for Juvenile Law and Policy & Associate Clinical

Professor, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles

12:15 – 1:30 p.m. Lunch find file lawsuit online attorney Keynote Speaker

Robert M. (Rob) Cary, Williams & Connelly LLP, and author of Not

Guilty: The Unlawful Prosecution of U.S. Senator Ted Stevens

Special Achievement Award: Susan G. Poehls, Professor

of Law, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles

Lifetime Achievement Award: Linda Deutsch, Special

Correspondent, Associated Press

1:30 – 3:00 p.m.: Sentencing Reforms, Justice Initiatives &

Proposition 47

Opening Remarks: Hon. Michael N. Feuer, City Attorney, Los

Angeles City Attorney’s Office

Reply: Jonathan S. Shapiro, Chairman, Little Hoover Commission

2:00 p.m. Panel Discussion on

Sentencing Reforms, Justice

Initiatives & Proposition 47

Carol A. Clem, Assistant Public Defender, Los Angeles County

Public Defender’s Office

Hon. Scott M. Gordon, Assistant Supervising Judge, Superior

Court of California, County of Los Angeles

Douglas P. Haubert, Prosecutor, City of Long Beach

Mary Clare Molidor, Assistant City Attorney, Los Angeles

City Attorney’s Office

Gina T. Satriano, Deputy District Attorney, Los Angeles County

District Attorney’s Office

Hon. Michael R. Wilner, United States Magistrate Judge, Central

District of California

Moderator: Christopher Hawthorne ’00, Director, Juvenile

Innocence & Fair Sentencing Clinic and Clinical Professor of Law,

Loyola Law School, Los Angeles

3:15 – 4:30 p.m.: White Collar Crime: Whistle Blowers, FCPA,

Cybercrime & More

Robert M. Cary, Partner, Williams & Connolly LLP

Gordon A. Greenberg, Partner, McDermott, Will & Emery LLP

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Janet I. Levine, Partner, Crowell & Moring LLP

David C. Scheper, Scheper, Kim & Harris LLP

Hilda B. Weintraub, Deputy District Attorney, Los Angeles

County District Attorney’s Office

Moderator: Laurie L. Levenson, David W. Burcham Professor of

Law in Ethical Advocacy, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles

4:30 p.m.: Presentation of Fidler Awards and Judges’ Reception

Fidler Awards

Prosecutor of the Year: Sharon J. Matsumoto,

Chief Deputy District Attorney, Los Angeles County District Attorney’s

Office (ret.)

Defense Lawyer of the Year: Donald M. Re, Donald

M. Re Law Offices

Judge of the Year: Hon. Michael Nash, Superior

Court of California, County of Los Angeles (ret.)

Special Recognition: Hon. Stephen J. Hillman,

Former Chief Magistrate Judge, United States District Court, Central

District of California

About Loyola Law School, Los Angeles

Located on an award-winning Frank Gehry-designed campus in downtown Los

Angeles, Loyola Law School is home to prominent faculty, dedicated

students and cutting-edge programs. The Law School strives to instill in

students the knowledge they need to excel on their chosen paths. It

dedicates itself to preparing students for the rigors of practice with

an extensive portfolio of practical-training opportunities, a

16,000-strong alumni network and a focus on social justice. Learn more

at http://www.lls.edu.

Loyola Law School

Brian Costello, 213-736-1444

Cell: 310-902-9560

brian.costello@lls.edu

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