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Tonya Brito presented her paper, "Fake Debt and its Discontents," in March. Her presentation was part of a symposium on race, inequality and debt, sponsored by University of California, Irvine's Center on Law, Equality and Race and the UC-Irvine Law Review.
Alexandra Huneeus presented her co-authored article, "How International Courts are Changing Peace," at the University of Minnesota Law School International Law Workshop and at the Vanderbilt Law School Legal Studies Program Roundtbale.
Mitra Sharafi has been awarded a Frederick Burkhardt Residential Fellowship for Recently Tenured Scholars by the American Council of Learned Societies for her book project, "Fear of the False: Forensic Science in Colonial India." She will spend the fellowship at the National Humanities Center in North Carolina in 2020-21.
In March, David Schwartz presented his paper, "The Strange History of Implied Commerce Powers," at the National Conference of Constitutional Law Scholars, in Tucson, Arizona. The paper has also been accepted for publication in the American University Law Review.