Professor John Stinneford was quoting discussing Fred Berlin’s treatment for pedophiles.
The Chronicle of Higher Education, February 18, 2018
Adkins, Drake, Germain, Grater, Haughton Worrell, Malavet, Rawls, Stinneford, and Wolking attend 112th AALS Annual Meeting
On January 3rd through 6th, Mary Adkins, Teresa Drake, Claire Germain, Jeffrey Grater, Monique Haughton Worrell, Pedro Malavet, Meshon Rawls, John Stinneford, and Sarah Wolking attended the 112th Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting in San Diego, California.
Burke, Flournoy, Hutchinson, Nance, Stein, and Stinneford attend AALS Faculty Recruitment Conference
On November 2nd through 4th, Karen Burke, Alyson Flournoy, Darren Hutchinson, Jason Nance, Amy Stein, and John Stinneford attended the American Association of Law Schools Faculty Recruitment Conference in Washington, D.C.
Stinneford attends the LEC Thirty-Third Economics Institute for Law Professors in Arlington, Virginia
On May 13th through 20th, John Stinneford attended the LEC Thirty-Third Economics Institute for Law Professors at George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School in Arlington, Virginia.
On March 10th and 11th, John Stinneford presented “The Constitutionality of Long-Term Solitary Confinement Under the Original Meaning of the Cruel and Unusual Punishment Clause” at Michigan Law’s Prison Scholarship Roundtable in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
On February 17th and 18th, John Stinneford attended the Eighth Annual Originalism Works-in-Progress Conference in San Diego, California.
Stevens Point Journal, Nov. 19, 2016
National Constitution Center, October 27, 2016
Bornstein, Luke, Page, Rosenbury, Rush, Rowe, Stinneford, and Zheng attend AALS Faculty Recruitment Conference
On October 13th through 15th, Stephanie Bornstein, Charlene Luke, William Page, Dean Laura Rosenbury, Sharon Rush, Elizabeth Rowe, John Stinneford, and Wentong Zheng, attended the Association of American Law Schools Faculty Recruitment Conference in Washington, D.C.
On April 7th, John Stinneford spoke about the death penalty, mass incarceration, and the original meaning of the cruel and unusual punishments clause at New England Law in Boston, Massachusetts.