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Professor Jean-Marie Kamatali just returned from the Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association held in San Diego, where he presented on The Struggle to Balance Gender Quotas and an Independent Judiciary in Rwanda. This topic will be a chapter in the forthcoming book Gender and the Judiciary in Africa: From Obscurity to Parity?
Professor Brian Anderson made a variety of presentations on his trip to Ukraine in early November. You can watch one of those presentations here .
Professor Scott Gerber's article An Unavoidably Brief History of the Third Amendment has been a top ten SSRN download 5 times so far in e-journals (Constitutional Law, Laws & Constitutions, Rights & Liberties [twice], and Legal History).
On October 10th Professor Lauren Newell presented Rebooting Empathy for the Digital Generation Lawyer at the Central States Law Schools Association Scholarship Conference hosted by the University of Toledo. On October 25 she presented on the same topic at the 9th Annual ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Works-in-Progress Conference hosted by the Texas A&M University School of Law in Fort Worth.
Professor Jean-Marie Kamatali was invited by the Harvard Law and International Development Society to speak at the Society's annual symposium entitled Post-Conflict Reconstruction: Rebuilding from Emergency to Development on October 24th.
On October 16 Assistant Professor Brian Anderson gave a presentation at the Ohio Regional Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting on productivity tools for the iPad, a reprise of a presentation from the national library conference earlier this summer.
Professor Scott Gerber's article An Unavoidably Brief Historiography of the Third Amendment has been published in the Tennessee Law Review as part of a symposium on the Third Amendment, and was mentioned in the Washington Post .
Professor Karen Hall has been invited to speak in San Salvador, El Salvador on October 2. The University of South Carolina and the State Department are flying her down to chair a plenary session on Practical Approaches for Intractable Problems at a Rule of Law Seminar.
Professor Jean-Marie Kamatali was invited in early October by ABA ROLI in Washington DC to speak in a symposium on "Global Perspectives on Criminal Law Reform." As part of the symposium, he shared his experience working on USAID projects on criminal law reforms in countries using civil law legal systems.
Professor Toni Clarke's article Say It Loud: Indirect Speech and Racial Equality in the Interrogation Room, 21 U.Ark. Little Rock L. Rev. 813 (1999), has been incorporated into the Criminal Procedure course at Lewis & Clark Law School.