Spotlight: Tour UW Law

Activities and Scholarship

Shubha Ghosh attended oral arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of Teva v. Sandoz. He was invited to present his analysis of the case on the Patently-O blog, which posted his article "Are South African Yellow Canaries a Question of Law or Fact?" in October.

Alta Charo has been named to the National Academies' expert committee that is organizing a public workshop on risks and benefits of "gain-of-function" research (research that increases the ability of pathogens such as SARS, MERS, or pandemic influenza to spread or cause disease). This is part of the ongoing White House effort to amend its policies on research with national bio-security implications.

In October, Tonya Brito gave a keynote presentation, "Access to Justice for Low-Income Litigants in Civil Cases," at the 26th annual conference of the Illinois Family Support Enforcement Association, held in Bloomington, Ill.

Ion Meyn's article, "The Criminal Defense Attorney's Burden," appears in the September/October issue of GPSolo Magazine, published by the American Bar Association.