Selected Publications and Lectures

“Understanding International Criminal Law”
Aspatore Books, a subsidiary of Thomson Reuters, 2014

“Future Dangerousness,”
August 5, 2008,
The Bryan R. Shechmeister Death Penalty College, Santa Clara University School of Law, Santa Clara, CA

“An Introduction to Federal Sentencing,”
April 6, 2008, New York Law School, New York, New York

“Current and/or Difficult Federal Death Penalty Issues: Future Danger Experts, New BOP Data and Daubert Challenges to Future Evidence,”
November 10, 2007, Federal Capital Defense Strategy Session, Federal Death Penalty Resource Counsel, Baltimore, Maryland

“Negotiating the Disposition of a Guilty Plea in the NYC Criminal Courts,”
May 14, 2006, Marino Institute for Continuing Legal Education (“MICLE”)

“Opening a Law Practice,”
December 11, 2005, MICLE

“Internet Resources for the New York Criminal Defense Attorney – 2005 Update,”
Sept. 17, 2005, MICLE

“Effective, Zealous and Ethical Criminal Defense Advocacy,”
May 15, 2005, MICLE

“Defending a Misdemeanor Case in New York City Criminal Courts,”
September 19, 2004, MICLE

“Internet Resources for the New York Criminal Defense Attorney,”
May 16, 2004, MICLE

Editor, Second Circuit Criminal Law
Update, 2000 – 2004

“The Protection and Rights of Victims under International Criminal Law,”
34 Int’l Law. 7 (Spring 2000)

“The Rome Statute Explained,”
12 Int’l L. Practicum 37 (Spring 1999)

“The Permanent International Criminal Court: An Examination of the Statutory Debate,”
5 ILSA J. Int’l & Comp. L. 139 (Fall 1998)

“Fighting Against Impunity: A Permanent International Criminal Court,”
United Nations Centre for Crime Prevention, Vienna, Austria (April 21-24, 1998)

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