Spotlight: Aissa Olivarez

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Activities and Scholarship

Keith Findley's chapter, "Psychological Perspectives: Cognition and Decision Making" (co-authored with Barbara O'Brien), was published in "Examining Wrongful Convictions: Stepping Back, Moving Forward," out in July by Carolina Academic Press.

In June, Sumudu Atapattu was invited to present at a Montreal conference organized by the Center for International Sustainable Development Law, "Sustainable Development at the Intersections of International Law." Atapattu's talk was titled "Climate Change and Human Rights: Challenges for International Law." She also attended the annual research meeting of the Center which followed the seminar in her capacity as lead counsel for human rights.

Ion Meyn's article, "Discovery and Darkness: The Information Deficit in Criminal Disputes," was published in the Spring 2104 issue of Brooklyn Law Review. The article also received mention on CrimProf Blog and on Sentencing Law and Policy Blog.