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UW Law's Human Rights Program hosts former UN commissioner for annual talkThursday, Sep 20, 2018

UW Law's Human Rights Program hosts former UN commissioner for annual talk

The Badger Herald

How do blockchains and smart contracts work? Jeffrey Glazer explainsThursday, Sep 20, 2018

How do blockchains and smart contracts work? Jeffrey Glazer explains

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Alta Charo featured in wide-ranging podcast talk on bioethicsMonday, Sep 17, 2018

Alta Charo featured in wide-ranging podcast talk on bioethics

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Activities and Scholarship

Sumudu Atapattu's article, "'Climate Refugees' and the Role of International Law," was posted on the Oxford Research Group's blog in September.

Keith Findley's article, "Reducing Error in the Criminal Justice System," appears in the the most recent edition of the Seton Hall Law Review. Also in this issue is Findley's "The Science and Law Underlying Post-Conviction Challenges to Shaken Baby Syndrome Convictions: A Response to Professor Imwinkelried."

Alta Charo gave the talk "Biological Truths and Legal Fictions" at Kent Presents in August. Kent Presents, held in Kent, Conn., is an annual discussion of global affairs, law and politics, health and food, science and tech, and humanities and the performing arts.

Carrie Sperling's article, "New Research on Law Student Resiliency," was posted in August to the Best Practices in Legal Education blog.