In The Media
Jason Yackee's report warns UK of costs of investment protection
Global Arbitration Review
Pilar Ossorio named co-director of new Research Ethics Consultation Service
Wisconsin State Journal
Activities & Scholarship
In December, Keith Findley presented "Guilt in the Age of Innocence," part of the Mellon Interdisciplinary Workshop Series focusing on "guilt." The series is sponsored by the University of Wisconsin Center for the Humanities.
Alta Charo was a member of an Institute of Medicine committee that just released "Oversight and Review of Clinical Gene Transfer Protocols," a report outlining recommendations for improvements in oversight of gene therapy research, focusing on the balance between safety and innovation. The report also suggests consideration of oversight mechanisms across a host of other emerging technologies.
Alexandra Huneeus presented her paper, "The Role of the International Judge in Public Law Litigation," at the American Society of International Law Human Rights Workshop at Berkeley Law School in November.
Jason Yackee co-authored a study released by the government of the United Kingdom that analyzed the costs and benefits for the UK of an international investment treaty between the European Union and China. The study is one of three on international investment law that Yackee completed for the UK government.