High-tech Surveillance and the Fourth Amendment

A high tech camera with a smartphone showing video surveilance

Carrie Leonetti, associate professor of constitutional law, criminal procedure, and evidence, is going to be a panelist at the Northwest American Constitution Society conference in Portland, October 27. Her topic will be: High-tech Surveillance and the Fourth Amendment — specifically, a case called United States v. Carpenter.

The Willamette and Lewis & Clark chapters of the American Constitution Society are very excited that you will join us tomorrow for the 2017 ACS Northwest Regional Convening!
If you are as excited as we are, please spread the word about the NW Regional Convening on social media using the hashtag #ACSNorthwest. Leaders from several ACS chapters will be live-tweeting throughout the day using that hashtag. Feel free to follow along or tweet with us!

Below are links to the written materials. In an effort to save trees, we will not provide printed copies of these materials. You are welcome to print copies at home or bring an electronic device on which to view them.

Also attached is the a copy of the day's agenda. Please note that vegan and gluten-free options will be available for lunch and during the reception.

  1. The Gavel Gap: Who Sits in Judgment on State Courts?
  2. Diversity Counts: Why States Should Measure the Diversity of their Judges and How They Can Do
  3. The Troubling Turn in State Preemption: The Assault on Cities and How Cities Can Respond

Event Location: Perkins Coie, 1120 NW Couch Street,10th Floor, Portland.