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Friday, April 11, Juveniles and Justice 10:00 a.m. Dean Monrad Paulsen, University of Virginia School of Law Professor Michael Zuckerman, University of Pennsylvania Department of History Professor Mark Yudof, University of Texas School of Law 2:00 p.m. Final round of the Geary-Brice Moot Cour Competition, “The Right to Treatment,” the Honorable William Wayne Justice, United States District Judge for the Eastern District of Texas presiding. Monday, April 14, Prostitution 2:00 p.m. Professor Vern Bullough, Department of History, San Fernando State College, “The History of Prostitution.” Ms. Joan Baur, representative of COYOTE, an organization in San Francisco advocating the decriminalization of prostitution. Professor George Dix, University of Texas School of Law Reverend Lanny Henninger, University Christian Church, Austin Professor Douglass Parker, Department of Classics, University of Texas Ms. Carol Oppenheimer, Austin attorney and lecturer at The University of Texas School of Law. Lieutenant Roy W. Westphal, Vice-Squad, Dallas Police Department Wednesday, April 16, Police Force Violence & Its Alternatives 10:00 a.m. Dr. Wayland Pitcher, Criminology Department, Sam Houston State University Professor Stanley H. Palmer, Department of History, University of Texas at Arlington Professor Boyd Littrell, Department of Sociology University of Texas Professor Robert Dawson, University of Texas School of Law Professor Edmund Pincoffs, Department of Philosophy, University of Texas Mr. Paul Hernandez, spokesman for the Committee for Justice, Austin April 8, 8:00 P.M., The Producers, Speaker to be Announced April 9, 7:30 P.M., The Pentagon Papers and American The Ugly American Dr. Samuel Popkin, Professor of Government, University of Texas April 14, 7:30 P.M., Klute Blue Angel Joan Baur, of COYOTE April 15, 7:30 P.M., Bullitt Super Cops Sergeant Roosevelt Sampson and Senior Patrolman Jack Sparkman of the Austin Police Department April 19, 7:00 P.M., Metropolis 1984 Mr. Brooks Landon, doctoral candidate, English Department, University of Texas April 22, 8:00 P.M., All the King’s Men Dr1 Norman Brown, Professor of History, University of Texas April 23, 7:00 P.M., Fahrenheit 451 The Committee Dr. Edward Taborsky, Professor of Government, University of Texas April 25, 8:00 P.M., The Getaway Mr. John Albach, Texas Director of the National Council on Crime and Delinquency, former Staff Director of the Texas Legislature’s Joint Committee on Prison Reform April 26, 8:00 P.M., On the Waterfront Speaker to be Announced THE LECTURE PROGRAM Thursday, April 17, The Citizen’s Right to Know 2:00 p.m. at the LBJ School Mr. Tom Susman, Counsel to the United States Senate Sub-Committee on Administrative Practice and Procedure, primarily responsible for drafting the Freedom of Information Act and Amendments. Mr. Peter Petkas, Staff Director, United States House t of Representatives, Sub-Committee on Government Information and Individual Rights Assistant Professor Dagmar Hamilton, Lyndon Baines Johnson School of Public Affairs Professor Hardy Jones, Department of Philosophy, University of Texas Ms. Molly Ivins, Co-Editor of the Texas Observer Professor Roy W. Mersky, University of Texas School of Law Dr. David Kendall, First Assistant Attorney General, State of Texas Friday, April 18, Media: Images of Law Enforcement Policy 7:30 p.m. Robert W. Schenkkan, Director of Communications Center, The University of Texas at Austin Richard A. Blum, former Program Executive at Columbia Pictures Television and an active writer-producer; Department of Radio-Television-Film, The University of Texas Monday, April 21, Community Design Planning for Law Enforcement 7:30 p.m. Professor Oscar Newman, Department of Architecture, New York University Professor Daniel Mandelker, Washington University Professor Peter Riesenberg, Department of History, Professor Harold Hyman, Department of. History, Rice University, Houston Professor Corwin Johnson, University of Texas School of Law Tuesday, April 22, Address by former Special Prosecutor Leon Jaworski, presently Senior Partner of Fulbright & Jaworski, Houston. \(Mr. Jaworski’s address is through his own courtesy and as part of the Orgain The Human Rights Research Council is an organization of law students at The University of Texas who are united by a common concern for the protection of individual and civil liberties. The HR RC conducts research for attorneys, civic organizations and individuals in the areas of its concern. The H R RC also sponsors a legal internship program in the Southwest. For information write the H R RC at 2500 Red River, Austin, Texas, 78705. The Human Rights Research Council of The University of Texas School of Law presents a symposium CITIZEN VALUES & LAW ENFORCEMENT POLICY This Symposium is made possible by a grant from the Texas Committee for the Humanities and Public Policy, P.O. Box 19096, Arlington, Texas, and is free and open to the public. All programs except “The Citizen’s Right to Know” will be held in the Charles I. Francis Auditorium of The University of Texas School of Law in Austin. THE FILM PROGRAM