The University of Washington School of Law hosted The Prosecutorial Ethic: A Tribute to King County Prosecutor Norm Maleng on Friday, May 30, 2008. The schedule included:
- Maintaining an Ethical Culture in a Prosecutors Office – Patrick J. Fitzgerald, U.S. Attorney, US Attorneys Office, Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division, Chicago
- High-Profile Prosecutions: Special Issues Created by Heavy Media Coverage – Hon. William L. Downing (moderator), Judge, King County Superior Court, Seattle; Patrick J. Fitzgerald[see above]; Anne M. Bremner, Stafford Frey Cooper, Seattle; John McKay, Seattle University School of Law
- Defense Perspectives on the Prosecutorial Ethic – Jacqueline McMurtrie (moderator), University of Washington School of Law; Daniel S. Medwed, University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law; Ellen Yaroshefsky, Cardozo Law School; Daniel T. Satterberg, King County Prosecuting Attorney, Seattle
- Comparative Perspectives on Prosecution – Maureen A. Howard (moderator) , University of Washington School of Law; Hon. Ann C. Williams, Judge, Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals; Jack F. Nevin, Judge, Tacoma District Court and, as a Brigadier General in the U.S. Army Reserve, Chief Judge of the U.S. Army Court of Criminal Appeals; Molly Townes OBrien, Australian National University College of Law
- Who is the Client of an Elected Prosecutor? – Hugh D. Spitzer (moderator), Affiliate Professor, University of Washington School of Law and member, Foster Pepper PLLC, Seattle; Wayne C. Witkowski, Deputy, Legal Counsel Division, Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia, Washington, D.C.; Thomas A. Carr, Seattle City Attorney, Seattle; Janice E. Ellis, Snohomish County Prosecuting Attorney, Everett, Washington
The proceedings are available (video or audio) from TVW.