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THREE PART SYMPOSIUM: THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ABA CAPITAL DEFENSE GUIDELINES: THE ROAD TRAVELED AND THE ROAD TO BE TRAVELED

Three Part Death Penalty Symposium

Part One

Table Of Contents: Part One

INTRODUCTION
by Eric M. Freedman
ENFORCING THE ABA GUIDELINES IN CAPITAL STATE POST-CONVICTION PROCEEDINGS AFTER MARTINEZ AND PINHOLSTER
by Eric M. Freedman
PROFESSIONAL DISCIPLINE OF DEATH PENALTY LAWYERS AND JUDGES
by Monroe H. Freedman
OVERLOOKED GUIDELINES: USING THE GUIDELINES TO ADDRESS THE DEFENSE NEED FOR TIME AND MONEY
by Meredith Martin Rountree & Robert C. Owen
THE ABA GUIDELINES AND THE NORMS OF CAPITAL DEFENSE REPRESENTATION
by Russell Stetler & W. Bradley Wendel
Part Two

Table Of Contents: Part Two

INTRODUCTION: THE CONTINUING QUEST FOR HIGH-QUALITY DEFENSE REPRESENTATION IN CAPITAL CASES
by Eric M. Freedman
SUDDEN DEATH: A FEDERAL TRIAL JUDGE’S REFLECTIONS ON THE ABA GUIDELINES FOR THE APPOINTMENT AND PERFORMANCE OF DEFENSE COUNSEL IN DEATH PENALTY CASES
by Mark W. Bennett
IMPROVING STATE CAPITAL COUNSEL SYSTEMS THROUGH USE OF THE ABA GUIDELINES
by Robin M. Maher
THE CONTINUING DUTY THEN AND NOW
by David M. Siegel
MOTIVATION MATTERS: GUIDELIENS 10.13 AND OTHER MECHANISMS FOR PREVENTING LAWYERS FROM SURRENDERING TO SELF-INTEREST IN RESPONDING TO ALLEGATIONS OF INEFFECTIVE ASSISTANCE IN DEATH PENALTY CASES
by Tigran W. Eldred
DECONSTRUCTING ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY DISORDER AND PSYCHOPATHY: A GUIDELINES-BASED APPROACH TO PREJUDICIAL PSYCHIATRIC LABELS
by Kathleen Wayland & Sean D. O’Brien
THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHINA’S DEATH PENALTY REPRESENTATION GUIDELINES: THE ABA GUIDELINES FOR THE APPOINTMENT AND PERFORMANCE OF DEFENSE COUNSEL IN A LEARNING MODEL BASED ON DEATH PENALTY CASES
by Jie Yang
Part Three

Table Of Contents: Part Three

NO EXECUTION IF FOUR JUSTICES OBJECT
by Eric M. Freedman
INTRODUCTION: THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE OF EFFECTIVE DEFENSE REPRESENTATION IN CAPITAL CASES
by Eric M. Freedman
THE ABA GUIDELINES: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
by Russel Stetler & Aurélie Tabuteau
IMPLICIT BIAS AND CAPITAL DECISION-MAKING: USING NARRATIVE TO COUNTER PREJUDICIAL PSYCHIATRIC LABELS
by Sean D. O’Brien & Kathleen Wayland
TRYING TO GET IT RIGHT–OHIO, FROM THE EIGHTIES TO THE TEENS
by Margery M. Koosed
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