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North Carolina Law Review Symposium: Apprendi at 20
October 9 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The North Carolina Law Review presents “Apprendi at 20.”
In Apprendi v. New Jersey, the U.S. Supreme Court recognized the right to have aggravating sentencing factors found by a jury. The decision created a new Sixth Amendment sentencing doctrine, disrupting decades of sentencing reform in Congress and in the states. This symposium will discuss the impacts of Apprendi, twenty years later.
Attorneys may self-file for CLE credit for attending the symposium. The symposium will be a two-hour online event, which may qualify for two hours of CLE credit in North Carolina, if approved. The speaker biographies and summaries of what they will be discussing at the symposium will be posted in the coming weeks. This information may be used to self-file with the North Carolina State Bar.