Steven Winter had his recent paper, "Frame Semantics and the ‘Internal Point of View,’" accepted for publication in the conference volume Current Legal Issues Colloquium: Law and Language (Michael Freeman & Fiona Smith eds. Oxford University Press), to be published in Sept. 2012.
Christopher Lund travelled to the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill School of Law to speak as a panelist for a symposium put on by the First Amendment Law Review. The symposium, “Discrimination By and Against Religion and the First Amendment,” featured law professors from across the country, with a keynote address given by Dr. Martin Marty of the University of Chicago. http://www.firstamendmentlawreview.org/symposium.html
Ralph Slovenko gave a lecture on his paper "Psychotherapy Testimonial Privilege in Criminal Cases" at an American College of Forensic Psychiatry event in San Diego on March 23, 2011.
Ralph Slovenko's paper, titled "The DSM in Litigation and Legislation," was published in the Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, Vol. 39, No. 1 (2011).
Michael McIntyre's paper titled "Identifying the New International Standard for Effective Information Exchange" was recently published by the International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation. The paper is included in a book edited by Michal Lang, et al, titled Tax Treaties from a Legal and Economic Perspective. The book collects papers from a conference sponsored by the Austrian and International Tax Law, Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, held last March in Vienna.