11/08/2017 8:00 AM - 11/12/2017 8:00 AM (GMT-07:00) America/Los_Angeles
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TRAVEL & LODGING PACKAGE
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A $250 deposit per person is required to reserve travel package. Airfare subject to change until paid in full. The airline portion of the travel package is nonrefundable. In addition, any cancellation after September 5, 2017, will be assessed a $250.00 cancellation fee in addition to non-refundable airline costs. Full travel package payment due October 2.
Sunset Cruise — Download Flier
View the Kohala Mountains, Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa, Hualalai and Maui’s famous Haleakala from the water while enjoying beverages and Hawaiian pupus.
This sail is specially arranged for the Sunny Climate Seminar participants and space is limited. The sail sold out last year so reserve your seats early.
Sunny Climate Seminar • Continuing Legal Education
Morning Moderator: David McDonald, Attorney, Portland
The Honorable Bronson James, Multnomah County Circuit Court, Portland, OR
Beyond the usual on hot topic electronic issues: automated suspicion algorithms, border searches, electronic privacy, technology, and more
Hanni Fakhoury, Federal Public Defender, Oakland, CA
Pushing the cloud: issues trending in algorithms, computer code and IP law in the criminal justice system.
The technological explosion of the last decade has quickly made its way to the criminal justice system. Sophisticated computer programs and algorithms are now being used to predict where crime is likely to occur (and who is likely to commit it), conduct DNA analysis, and make risk assessments used for bail, sentencing and parole determinations. This presentation will provide an overview of these technologies, a crash course on the intellectual property law the government (and software developers) use to argue why the details of these programs should be kept from defense, and steps the defense community can take to get their hands on the code.
10:30–10:45 a.m. Break
Marcia Hofmann, Adjunct Professor, University of California Hastings College of Law, and Zeitgeist Law PC, San Francisco, CA
A view from below: defending the accused on issues like network investigative techniques, algorithm-based risk assessment tools, and challenging electronic probation/parole search conditions
11:45 a.m. Lunch (included)
Afternoon Moderator: John Potter, OCDLA Executive Director Emeritus
Thomas H. Speedy Rice, Clarke Johnston Thorp & Rice, Attorneys at Law, San Diego, CA
Shining a spotlight on international rights, access to justice and anti-corruption practices and education
2:15–2:30 p.m. Break
Judy Clarke, Clarke Johnston Thorp & Rice, Attorneys at Law, San Diego, CA
Tying it all together: drawing on her wealth and depth of experience, this nationally known defender in high profile capital cases offers her unique take on trial tactics
4:00 p.m. Adjourn