1 Curriculum Vitae HERBERT V. LARSON, JR. Office: Tulane University School of Law Office: Schonekas, Winsberg, Evans & McGoey John Giffen Weinmann Hall, Room 259 D 650 Poydras Street, Suite Freret Street New Orleans, Louisiana New Orleans, Louisiana (504) (504) EDUCATION: M.Phil., Criminology, University of Cambridge, England, Thesis title: "Ensuring the Effective Assistance of Defence Counsel in Criminal Cases: A Comparative Analysis of the English and American Criminal Justice Systems." J.D., Civil Law, Loyola University of New Orleans, Academic scholarship, all years; award for excellence, administrative law. B.A., cum laude, English Literature, Tulane University, Honors: Tulane University Scholar; Dean's List, every semester; Junior Year Abroad, University of Paris-Sorbonne, 1972/73. EMPLOYMENT: Tulane University School of Law, January 1, 2007 to present. Executive Director, International Legal Programs; Executive Director, Graduate Legal Programs; Professor of the Practice. Responsible for the administration of all summer international legal programs, all international exchange programs, and the international component of the LLM programs. On-site director of the Amsterdam Summer Program (since 2004). Teaching responsibilities include courses in Federal Criminal Law (since 1992); International Criminal Law (since 1999), Terrorism; The Principles and Institutions of International Criminal Law and International Human Rights; Illegal Trafficking in Art and Antiquities; and An Introduction to Legal Reasoning, Research, and Writing in the United States for LLM students. Schonekas, Winsberg, Evans & McGoey. Of counsel to the firm, January 1, 2007 to present. Private practice, as a sole practitioner, 1989 to December, Representation of clients in all phases of criminal litigation, with an emphasis on federal matters, and federal appellate matters. (A list of reported decisions is attached). Extensive representation of clients before professional regulatory bodies, such as the Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board, and the Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners.
2 Page Two Associate Attorney, Michael S. Fawer, PLC, New Orleans, Louisiana, July, 1985 to October, Responsibilities included the representation of clients in all phases of criminal litigation, with particular emphasis on federal matters. Numerous briefs and oral arguments in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Co-counsel for petitioner Braswell in the United States Supreme Court in Braswell v. The United States, 487 U.S. 99, 108 S.Ct (1988), and co-counsel for United States District Judge Walter Nixon in United States v. Nixon. Assistant Federal Public Defender, Office of the Federal Public Defender, New Orleans, Louisiana, March, 1982 to June, Responsibilities included the representation of clients at all levels of the federal system. Numerous jury trials, and extensive appellate work. Associate Attorney, Fawer and Greenbaum, PLC, New Orleans, Louisiana, May, 1980 to February, PUBLICATIONS: Larson, H. Criminal Law and Procedure, 32 Loy.L.Rev. 727 (1986). Fawer, M. & Criminal Law and Procedure, Larson, H. 31 Loy.L.Rev. 691 (1985). Larson, H. Book review in The Champion, The Journal of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Vol.8, No.3, April, COURSES: Professor of the Practice, Tulane Law School. Director, Tulane Center for International Criminal Law and Human Rights, Amsterdam, 2004 to present. Courses taught: Federal Criminal Law, 1992 to present; International Criminal Law, 1999 to present; The Law of War Crimes and Terrorism, 2002, 2003; International Economic and Banking Crimes, Tulane Institute of European Legal Studies, Paris; New Orleans, 1997; Siena, 2001, 2002, Recipient, Monte Lemann Distinguished Teaching Award, 1997, 2006 Fulbright Senior Specialist, 2006 present. Fulbright Fellow, 2005 Nicolas Copernicus University, Torun, Poland, Faculty of Law and Administration. Courses taught: International Criminal Law, and The Federal Criminal Law of the United States.
3 Page Three Member, adjunct faculty, Loyola Law School: Lecturer in Federal Criminal Law, 1989 to 1993; member, skills curriculum faculty, 1987 to 2006; member, trial advocacy faculty, Faculty member, National Institute for Trial Advocacy, Gulf Coast Regional Division; 1994, 1995, 1996, Instructor, United States Department of Justice Overseas Prosecutorial Development and Training Program (OPDAT), Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, August, Speaker/Panelist, The War on Terror, presented by Tulane University Department of Political Science, October, 2008 Speaker/Panelist, American Bar Association National Roundtable on Lawyer Specialty Certification, March, Speaker, 9th Annual CJA Panel Training Seminary, May, 2004; Continuing Legal Education presented by the Office of the Federal Public Defender for the Middle and Western Districts of Louisiana. Speaker, The Art of Plea Bargaining, Continuing Legal Education Seminar for the Criminal Justice Act Panel, Federal Public Defender s Office, Eastern District of Louisiana, November, Speaker, Tulane University CLE on Ethics and Professionalism, November, Speaker, Sixth Annual Appellate Defender Seminar, May, Speaker, Practical Ethics for Estate Planners, 11th Annual Tulane Estate Planning Seminar, November, Instructor, "Handling the Criminal Case," Loyola University School of Law Practical Skills Curriculum, April, Speaker, Criminal Motions in Federal District Court, Continuing Legal Education Seminar for the Criminal Justice Act Panel, November, Speaker, Attorney Conducted Voir Dire in Federal Court, Federal Public Defender Continuing Legal Education Seminar, December, 1995.
4 Page Four Speaker, "Tulane and Broad: A Close Encounter for the Non-Criminal Lawyer," The Criminal Law Committee of the New Orleans Bar Association, September, Speaker, "The Sentencing Guidelines: A Discussion from the U.S. Attorney, Defense Counsel and Court's Perspectives," Loyola Law School's Institute for Continuing Legal Education, March, Instructor, "The Appellate Process," Loyola University School of Law Practical Skills Curriculum, February, Instructor, "The Appellate Process," Loyola University School of Law Practical Skills Curriculum, March, Speaker, "Third Annual Louisiana Evidence Seminar," sponsored by the Loyola Institute for Continuing Legal Education, September, Instructor, "Advanced Appellate Advocacy," Loyola University School of Law Practical Skills Curriculum, July, Speaker, "Post-Conviction Representation in Death Penalty Cases," sponsored by the Louisiana State Bar Association and the Louisiana Coalition on the Death Penalty, May, Instructor, "Prisoners' Rights," Loyola University School of Law Practical Skills Curriculum, October, Speaker, "Second Annual Louisiana Evidence Seminar," sponsored by the Gillis W. Long Poverty Law Center of Loyola Law School, August, Speaker, "First Annual Louisiana Evidence Seminar," sponsored by Loyola Law School, August, OTHER: President, Louisiana Crisis Assistance Center, The Louisiana Crisis Assistance Center is a not-for-profit organization devoted to providing qualified counsel for indigent defendants charged with capital crimes. The Center was created in 1993 to address the absence of a state-wide indigent defender system in Louisiana.
5 Page Five Representative, National Conference of Criminal Justice Act Attorneys, Representative for the Criminal Justice Act panel attorneys for the U.S. District Court for the E. D. of La. The Conference was created in 1995 to ensure that CJA panel attorneys, who represent approximately 80% of all indigent defendants in the federal courts, have a mechanism for making their needs and wishes known to the Federal Judiciary, Congress, and the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. Member - Defender Services Advisory Group, June 1, March 1, 2004; September 1, 2007 April 1, The Defender Services Advisory Group advises the Defender Services Committee of the United States Judicial Conference on all issues facing the Defender Services Program of the United States Courts. Member & Chairman, Board of Directors, The Capital Appeals Project, a Louisiana non-profit law office affiliated with the Louisiana Appellate Project. August, December, BAR MEMBERSHIPS AND PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS: REFERENCES: Supreme Court of Louisiana 1980 U.S.D.C., E.D. of Louisiana 1980 U.S.C.A., Fifth Circuit 1981 U.S.C.A., Eleventh Circuit 1981 United States Tax Court 1981 U.S.D.C., W.D. of Louisiana 1987 United States Supreme Court 1988 U.S.C.A., Second Circuit 1992 U.S.D.C., M.D. of Louisiana 1993 International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ADC-ICTY) 2000 U.S.C.A., Fourth Circuit 2005 International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, Rule 45 List 2006 Member, Louisiana Bar Association Member, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Member, Louisiana Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Provided upon request.