Held at George Mason Law School on October 7, and now available on the web, for your viewing pleasure. The main page of the symposium offers links of hi-fi and lo-fi versions of all the presentations, in Windows Media and Quicktime. My presentation covered the international law basis of the human right to self-defense.
The organizers of the symposium worked earnestly to include a good mix of speakers from the gun control side, but, unfortunately, they refused to attend, even with all expenses paid. In contrast, Saul Cornell of Ohio State appeared at the 2005 symposium, and made a very good presentation.