9/14/10 Legal History and Sociolegal Scholarship by Karl Shoemaker, Associate Professor, UW History and Law.
10/12/10 Trafficking (In)justice: Law Enforcement’s Response to Human Trafficking in Russia by Lauren McCarthy, PhD Candidate, UW Political Science.
10/19/10 Tolerance without Liberalism: Conflict and Coexistence in Twentieth Century Indonesia by Jeremy Menchik, PhD Candidate, UW Political Science.
11/9/10 U.S. Criminal Expungement and a Lesson from Common Law Countries by Lahny Silva, Hastie Fellow, UW Law School.
12/7/10 Home Rule: Equitable Justice in Progressive Chicago and the Philippines by Nancy Buenger, Law and Society Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Legal Studies.
1/25/11 The Regulation of Nanotechnologies, Regulators, Risk, and Global Governance by Joseph Conti
Assistant Professor, UW Sociology and Law.
3/1/11 Polemics and Polarization: Local Politics and the Origins of Islamic Law in Indonesia by Jeremy Menchik, PhD Candidate, UW Political Science.
3/24/11 Deconstructing Infrastructure Development Finance in the Global South: An Examination of Wind Energy Development in Oaxaca, Mexico by Shalanda Baker, Hastie Fellow, UW Law School.
4/4/11 Exclusions and Preferences: Argentine Immigration and Nationality Law in Comparative
Perspective by David Cook-Martin, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Grinnell College.
4/27/11 The Displaced and Dispossessed of Darfur: Explaining the Sources of a Continuing State-Led
Genocide by John Hagan, John D. MacArthur Professor of Sociology and Law, Northwestern University and
Co-Director, Center on Law & Globalization, American Bar Foundation.
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