Copyright 2007 National Judicial Conduct and Disability Law Project, Inc.
Morning Agenda:




    7:00 a.m. -  Walk-in Registration (Subject to Seat Limitations)  and Presenters' Expo



    For Info on Presenters, Click Their Photos

    9:00 a.m. -  Welcome; Conference Overview; and

    (1)  Intro to Judicial Conduct and Disability Law:

  • Judicial Canon Violation(s);
  • Improper Judicial Bias;
  • Discrimination Against Protected Classes;
  • Judicial Collusion;
  • A Judge's Apparent Mental and/or Physical Incapacity.

    (2) An Overview of Government Processes for Judicial Accountability; Oversight, and
    Censuring:

  • Judicial Discipline Processes (State and Federal);
  • Legislative Oversight and Judicial Impeachment;
  • Criminal Law Enforcement (Local, State, and Federal);
  • Private Litigation:
            - Consideration of Judicial Immunity;
            - Pursuing Money Damages and/or Equitable Relief.


    BRIEF RECESS
Zena Crenshaw, Esq.
9:00 a.m. Presenter
Mark A. Adams, Esq.
10:00 a.m. Presenter
and Audience Moderator
Dale Nathan, Esq.
10:30 a.m. Presenter and
Audience Moderator
    10:00 a.m. - Unfairness and Abuse(s) of Process as Evidence of Judicial Misconduct


    10:30 a.m. - Looking At and Beyond Your Record for Evidence of Judicial Bias, Collusion, and Coordinated Judicial
    Wrongdoing


    11:00 a.m. - Sharing and Discussing Questionable Judicial Conduct from Actual Courtroom Incidents
    (AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION)  
    *To learn more about submitting your case for audience review, Click on Link Above for Registration and
    Accommodations.
(Noon)

Conference Luncheon
featuring

Former Congressional Candidate
BYRON DE LEAR

Click Here For Details
Afternoon Agenda:

    1:30 p.m. - Ensemble Lecture on Harnessing Public Scrutiny of Judicial Misconduct - (Zena D. Crenshaw moderating and
    presenting)

  • The Implications of Matter of Wilkins, 777 N.E.2d 714 (Ind. 2002), for legal professionals, civil and human
    rights activists, as well as the general public.
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Thomas N. Todd, Esq.
Featured Speaker
Presenting on
Wilkins
    BRIEF RECESS

The Crisis Facing Efforts to Reform Government Through Litigation
Panel
Presenters:
Dr. Le Roy Gillam
Peyton Wolcott
Thomas Saunders
Marcel Reid
Siobhan Reynolds

  • Understanding How the Apparent Rivalry Between Pro Se Litigants and Lawyers Can Become a Distraction
    from Judicial Reform - (Open Dialogue Among Presenters)


    BRIEF RECESS

The Realities and Essentialness of Grass Roots Advocacy
Panel
Presenters:
Scott Henson
Matthew F. Fogg

Zena D. Crenshaw

The Prudence of Partnering with the Federal Work Force and Government
Whistleblower Advocates for Legislative Relief
Panel
Presenters:
Caroline Douglas, Esq.
Michael McCray, Esq.
Closing Remarks and Adjournment  (5:00 p.m.)
Matthew F. Fogg,
Federal Law
Enforcement
Whistleblower