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79 Fordham L. Rev. [i] (2010-2011)

handle is hein.journals/flr79 and id is 1 raw text is: FORDHAM LAW REVIEW

Vol. 79            October 2010             No. 1
CONTENTS
THE PHILIP D. REED LECTURE SERIES
JUDICIAL CONFERENCE PRIVACY SUBCOMMITTEE
CONFERENCE ON PRIVACY AND INTERNET ACCESS TO COURT FILES

WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS ........ Hon. Reena Raggi
PANEL ONE: GENERAL DISCUSSION ON
PRIVACY AND PUBLIC ACCESS
TO COURT FILES ..............................Daniel J. Capra
Joel Reidenberg
Ronald Hedges
Peter Winn
Lucy Dalglish
Hon. Cecelia G. Morris
Maeva Marcus
PANEL Two: SHOULD THERE BE REMOTE
PUBLIc ACCESS TO COURT FILINGS IN
IMMIGRATION CASES? ..................... Hon. Robert Hinkle
David McCraw
Daniel Kanstroom
Eleanor Acer
Elizabeth Cronin
Mark Walters
PANEL THREE: IMPLEMENTATION-
WHAT METHODS, IF ANY, CAN BE
EMPLOYED To PROMOTE THE EXISTING
RULES' ATrEMPTS To PROTECT PRIVATE
IDENTIFIER INFORMATION FROM
INTERNET ACCESs? ..................... Hon. Ronald Leighton
Joe Cecil
Michel Ishakian
Edward Felten
Hon. Elizabeth Stong
Jay Safer
Robert Heinemann
Joseph Goldstein

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