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Roy Gardner

Dean Gardner recently presented a talk on the role of scientific advisory bodies in multilateral environmental agreements at the 13th International Wildlife Law Conference sponsored by Stetson in Granada, Spain. Dean Gardner also organized the conference and gave the opening presentation.
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Roy Gardner

Dean Gardner recently participated in a Ramsar Scientific and Technical Review Panel in Wallingford, England, at the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology.
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Roberta Flowers

Professor Flowers recently spoke in Korea at the Seoul National University Law Research Institute's Foreign Authority Forum. She also gave a talk at the Ageism Conference held at the City of Seoul Law School.
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Ellen Podgor

Professor Podgor recently spoke on a panel titled The Accidental Felon: Challenging the Expansion of the Willful Blindness Doctrine, presented at the First Annual West Coast NACDL White Collar Crime Seminar.
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Susan Rozelle

Professor Rozelle presented “As Infallible as Humanly Possible: Structural Problems in Capital Punishment,” at the Law and Society conference in June in San Francisco as part of a roundtable discussion of Ken Williams’s book, Most Deserving of Death: An Analysis of the Supreme Court’s Death Penalty Jurisprudence.
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Peter Fitzgerald

Professor Fitzgerald's newest article is out: "Morality" May Not Be Enough to Justify the EU Seal Products Ban: Animal Welfare Meets International Law, 14 JIWLP 85 (2011).
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Jeff Minneti

Professor Minneti's article, "Relational Integrity Regulation: Nudging Consumers Toward Products Bearing Valid Environmental Markings," has been published in Environmental Law, a publication of Lewis & Clark Law School.
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Ellen Podgor

Professor Podgor served as an official blogger for the 2011 American Law Institute annual meeting, http://2011am.ali.org/blog.cfm.
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Kristen Adams

Associate Dean Adams served as an official blogger for the 2011 American Law Institute annual meeting, http://2011am.ali.org/blog.cfm.
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Luz Nagle

The California State Senate presented Prof. Nagle with a certificate of recognition for her social activism to combat human trafficking. She also spoke at the International Conference on Transportation and Human Trafficking, San Diego on May 12-13, 2011.
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