PA Attorney Aaron Marcus to Speak at ACSOL Conference

ACSOL is pleased to announce that Aaron Marcus, lead attorney in a recent successful case in Pennsylvania, has agreed to speak at this year’s virtual conference on Saturday, October 1.  Marcus will provide an in-depth analysis of the Torsilieri decision, describe the significant efforts leading to that success as well as possible future applications of that case. 

Marcus’ presentation will begin at 9:20 a.m. (Pacific) and include law professor and ACSOL board member Catherine Carpenter who recently completed a comprehensive law review article regarding the irrebuttable presumption doctrine that was a central part of the Torsilieri decision.  A copy of the Pennsylvania case can be found below.

Tickets for the conference are still available using the link below.  The cost of an individual ticket for the full day is $25 and scholarships are available upon request.  The conference will be recorded and available at a later time for those who purchase tickets.

Download a PDF of the opinion:

PA-Torsilieri-state SORNA-Opinion-2022

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Aaron Marcus is a dynamic speaker who has a lot to share regarding what happened behind the scenes in this case. We are so lucky that he agreed to speak at the ACSOL conference!

Tickets for the conference are still available.  The cost of an individual ticket for the full day is $25 and scholarships are available upon request. The conference will be recorded and available at a later time for those who purchase tickets.”

[ The link is also at the top right of every page on this website in bold red. ]