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“Juveniles Are Different: Miller’s Limits on Punishing Juvenile Offenders”

New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement’s Fall 2012 Symposium

Friday, October 26, 2012
New England Law | Boston
 
“Juveniles Are Different: Miller’s Limits on Punishing Juvenile Offenders,” focused on the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent jurisprudence regarding the constitutionality of life without parole sentences for juvenile defendants.
 
Our featured panelists examined the legal and doctrinal challenges raised by the Court’s recent sentencing law decisions, the scientific and medical evidence relating to juvenile development cited in those opinions, and the state litigation that will result from Miller’s pronouncement.

Panel I: “Youth Matters”

 

Luncheon

Panel II: “Miller and its Aftermath”

 

Additional information

Please contact Samuel Mortimer, editor-in-chief, Samuel.m.mortimer@nesl.edu, or Michael Salvucci, managing business editor, Michael.salvucci@nesl.edu.