Linda Edwards has been invited to be a visiting scholar at the University of Arizona in Tucson, where she will present a paper to the law faculty, meet with selected scholars to discuss their work, deliver a public lecture on law and persuasion, and teach a class on advanced persuasive strategies to all second-year law students.
Kay Kindredis part of the American Bar Association site evaluation team that will be traveling to Charleston School of Law, in Charleston, South Carolina to conduct the final accreditation review.
Martin Geer will be participating as a panelist at the 7th International Clinical Conference, convened by the University of London and UCLA in Lake Arrowhead, California. The topic of the Conference is "Complex Clinical Clients: Lawyering Beyond the Individual Client."
Jeanne Price will attend the meeting of the Statewide Digital Advisory Committee in Reno, NV. The Committee will be discussing statewide digitization initiatives, standards, and best practices.
Stacey Tovinowill give a talk and make a poster presentation entitled, "Lack of Uniformity among Surrogate Consent-to-Research Laws: Problem or Protection?" at the Second Annual Neuroethics Society Meeting in San Diego, California. She will also be part of a second panel that addresses pedagogical issues in neuroethics.
Keith Rowleywill give a faculty colloquium on "The Polyform Commercial Code" at the University of Tulsa College of Law.
David Tanenhauswill attend the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Legal History in Philadelphia, PA. He will Chair the panel "Historicizing Race in American Juvenile Justice," and also will host the Law and History Review Editorial Board luncheon.