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Panel on United States v. Jones - Co-sponsored by IBRL: Student Division and the Federalist Society

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Uploaded on Nov 5, 2011

A student event panel (September 13, 2011) on the Supreme Court Case, United States v. Jones ("the GPS case"), focusing on whether the government may attach a GPS to a car without a warrant and whether receiving information from the device is a search.

Featuring Prof. Orin Kerr of George Washington University Law School; Prof. Melanie Wilson of Kansas University School of Law; Steve Leckar of Shainis & Peltzman, Chartered. Moderated by Prof. Paul Marcus of William & Mary School of Law.

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