Carpenter participated in the American Bar Association’s Criminal Justice Section Fall Institute in Washington, DC.
Professor Eric R. Carpenter participated in the American Law Institute’s (ALI) Advisers and Members Consultative Group Joint Meeting in Philadelphia, PA.
Professor Carpenter was recently quoted in a ThinkProgress article.The article discusses problems the military has been having sending crime records to the FBI.
Professor Carpenter just launched a new Twitter account, @ericrcarpenter.
Prof. Eric Carpenter was recently quoted in Stars & Stripes where he discussed the impact of sending JAG lawyers to the border to assist in processing immigration cases.
Professor Eric Carpenter taught at the Arizona Public Defender Association’s capital voir dire training event in Tempe, Arizona.
Prof. Carpenter recently published his article, The Bergdahl Block: How the Military Limits Public Access to Preliminary Hearings and What We Can Do About It, in the William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal.
Professor Eric Carpenter taught at the University of Colorado Law School as part of the 2018 National Capital Voir Dire Training Program.
Professor Eric R. Carpenter recently provided commentary to Stars and Stripes on the legal implications of a soldier who disappeared from his unit.
Professor Eric R. Carpenter has been recently quoted in a Think Progress publication entitled: “One military reporting error means tens of thousands could buy guns illegally”.