Spotlight: Thank A Badger

Activities and Scholarship

Alta Charo gave the keynote address, "The Valentine's Day Massacre of Genetic Romanticism," for the inaugural BioLawPalooza, an annual conference, hosted in April by the Stanford Center for Law and the Biosciences.

In March, Mitra Sharafi presented "Corruption and Forensic Experts in Colonial India," as part of the Baldy Center Distinguished Lecture Series at University at Buffalo School of Law. She also gave talks based on this research throughout the semester at the University of Michigan, University of Pennsylvania, and Washington University at St. Louis. She presented the work as a paper at the inaugural Global History Workshop, Queen's University, Canada.

Susannah Tahk's article, "The New Welfare Rights," has been accepted for publication in Brooklyn Law Review.

Steph Tai was an invited panel participant for "Integrating Science into Regulatory Decision-Making" at the Texas Earth Day Legal Symposium in April.