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Professor Christina Sautter’s co-authored article, "The Corporate Forum," was published in Volume 102 of the Boston University Law Review.

Professor Caprice Roberts presented a work-in-progress, "Algorithmic Disgorgement in the Shadow of Statutes," as part of the faculty colloquia series at the University of Arkansas Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law. Professor Roberts also presented remarks as a commentator on Professor Emily Sherwin’s draft article, "Restitution and Unjust Enrichment in American Law," for an International Conference on Rethinking Unjust Enrichment: History, Sociology, Theory & Doctrine, sponsored by the University of Western Australia and Auckland University.

Professor Keith Hall served as chair of the 39th Annual Oil & Gas Law Short Course, which was held Oct.17-21 in Houston. He also co-presented with Frank Cascio ('72) on “Crude Oil Marketing,” at the International Oil & Gas Law, Contracts, and Negotiations conference on Oct. 10 in Houston, and served on a panel addressing “Hot Topics in Carbon Capture and Storage” at the Energy & Mineral Law Foundation’s Fall Conference in Lexington, Kentucky on Oct. 12.

Professor Ray Diamond gave a lecture on Oct. 21 entitled “Black Conservatism, Black Radicalism, and False Dichotomy: Paths to Black Economic Power,” at the 16th Annual Black New England Conference at Southern New Hampshire University.

Professor Nick Bryner is presenting on the principles of environmental law and reliance on judicial precedent in environmental cases at the VIII Congreso Internacional de Derecho Constitucional, organized by the Supreme Court of Mexico’s Center for Constitutional Studies, in Mexico City on Oct. 21. The event can be viewed online.

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