Professors presented at AALS
Several Duquesne School of Law professors presented at the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) 2022 virtual annual meeting from January 5-9. Professor Marissa Meredith presented on her scholarly work in progress during the Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning & Research Scholarship program on January 6. Professor Seth Oranburg was a discussant on emerging social and financial technologies on January 7.
Professor Emile Loza de Siles presented on her Artificial Intelligence & Bias course during the Minority Groups Program co-sponsored by Clinical Legal Education. Additionally, she moderated an informal conversation group for the Minority Groups Section.
Dean April Barton spoke on leadership education during the Leadership Section Program that is co-sponsored by Clinical Legal Education, Minority Groups, Pro Bono & Public Service Opportunities, and Professional Responsibility on January 8. Joining her during the program were professors Ashley London and Jane Moriarty.
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