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Changing Sex/Changing Sexuality — Reimagining the Mutability of Sex, Gender and Sexual Orientation in Science and Law: Anne Fausto-Sterling

02/06/2014 1h 20m 58s
Changing Sex/Changing Sexuality — Reimagining the Mutability of Sex, Gender and Sexual Orientation in Science and Law: Cliff Rosky

02/06/2014 28m 11s
Changing Sex/Changing Sexuality — Reimagining the Mutability of Sex, Gender and Sexual Orientation in Science and Law: Kathryn Stockton

02/06/2014 36m 19s
Changing Sex/Changing Sexuality — Reimagining the Mutability of Sex, Gender and Sexual Orientation in Science and Law: Katrina Karkazis

02/06/2014 40m 06s
Changing Sex/Changing Sexuality — Reimagining the Mutability of Sex, Gender and Sexual Orientation in Science and Law: Lisa Diamond

02/06/2014 31m 53s
Changing Sex/Changing Sexuality — Reimagining the Mutability of Sex, Gender and Sexual Orientation in Science and Law: Michael Boucai

02/06/2014 24m 29s
Changing Sex/Changing Sexuality — Reimagining the Mutability of Sex, Gender and Sexual Orientation in Science and Law: panel 1 Discuission

02/06/2014 30m 57s
Changing Sex/Changing Sexuality — Reimagining the Mutability of Sex, Gender and Sexual Orientation in Science and Law: Panel 2 Discussion

02/06/2014 23m 36s
Changing Sex/Changing Sexuality — Reimagining the Mutability of Sex, Gender and Sexual Orientation in Science and Law: Panel 3 Discussion

02/06/2014 26m 26s
Changing Sex/Changing Sexuality — Reimagining the Mutability of Sex, Gender and Sexual Orientation in Science and Law: Terry Kogan

02/06/2014 23m 41s
Beyond Ski Link: Transportation, Water, and the Future of the Wasatch Canyons

Student-moderated panel discussion on the competing interests and various stakeholders within the Wasatch canyons. Laura Briefer, Salt Lake City Corporation, Water Resources Manager, Laura Briefer, Salt Lake City Corporation, Water Resources Manager Jason Davis, UDOT, Regional Director of Transportation for the Wasatch Front, and Carl Fischer, Save Our Canyons, Executive Director serve as panelists.

03/27/2013 55m 21s
Steve Bloch: Energy Development and protecting Utah’s Red Rock Wilderness – Not Inherently Inconsistent Goals

Energy development and wilderness preservation are often thought of as competing and incompatible goals. Recent agreements in Utah between conservation groups, industry, and federal and state governments provide real world examples that this does not have to be the case. Mr. Bloch discusses those agreements and the potential for similar win-win solutions.

03/18/2013 1h 11m 28s
Austerity vs. Growth: Professor Steve Ramirez

Professor Steve Ramirez, Loyola University School of Law, Director Corporate Law Center, speaks on "Assessing the Legislative and Regulatory Answers to Economies in Crisis". Professor Jeffrey Schwartz moderates the discussion.

03/18/2013 23m 48s
Austerity vs. Growth: Professor Christian Johnson

Professor Christian Johnson, University of Utah College of Law, speaks on "Assessing the Legislative and Regulatory Answers to Economies in Crisis". Professor Jeffrey Schwartz moderates the discussion.

03/18/2013 20m 23s
Austerity vs. Growth: Professor Jose Gabilondo

Professor Jose Gabilondo, Florida International University School of Law, speaks on "Assessing the Legislative and Regulatory Answers to Economies in Crisis". Professor Jeffrey Schwartz moderates the discussion.

03/18/2013 21m 47s
Austerity vs. Growth: Professor Andre Cummings

Professor Andre Cummings, Indiana Tech Law School, speaks on "Assessing the Legislative and Regulatory Answers to Economies in Crisis". Professor Jeffrey Schwartz moderates the discussion.

03/18/2013 15m 55s
Austerity vs. Growth: George Sutton

George Sutton, Partner, Jones Waldo Holbrook & McDonough, speaks on the subject of "Lessons from the European Experience: Is Austerity a Viable Approach for the U.S. Economic Situation." Professor Christian Johnson moderates the discussion.

03/18/2013 22m 41s
Austerity vs. Growth: Keynote Kern Alexander

Kern Alexander, Chair of Law and Finance at the University of Zurich, Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Financial Analysis & Policy, University of Cambridge, S.J. Quinney 2013 Rolapp Scholar gives the keynote adress.

03/18/2013 1h 00
Austerity vs. Growth: Tim Kane

Dr. Tim Kane, Chief Economist at the Hudson Institute, speaks on the subject of "Lessons from the European Experience: Is Austerity a Viable Approach for the U.S. Economic Situation." Professor Christian Johnson moderates the discussion.

03/18/2013 14m 16s
Austerity vs. Growth: Tara Rice

Dr. Tara Rice, Chief, Global Financial Institutions, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve, speaks on the subject of "Lessons from the European Experience: Is Austerity a Viable Approach for the U.S. Economic Situation." Professor Christian Johnson moderates the discussion.

03/18/2013 14m 23s
Austerity vs. Growth: Clay Lowery

Clay Lowery, former Assistant Secretary for International Affairs at the U.S. Treasury Department, speaks on the subject of "Lessons from the European Experience: Is Austerity a Viable Approach for the U.S. Economic Situation." Professor Christian Johnson moderates the discussion.

03/18/2013 15m 39s
2013 Fordham Debate

Tim Kane and Clay Lowery debate the timely topic of austerity measures in the 29th Annual Fordham Debate: “Resolved: Austerity measures are a necessary tactic to deal with a country’s financial crisis.”

03/18/2013 1h 28m 52s
Overview of Attorney General’s Role in Charitable Sector

Mark A. Pacella, Chief Deputy Attorney General, Charitable Trusts and Organizations Section, Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General

02/27/2013 13m 47s
Working With the Attorney General’s Office in New Hampshire

Terry M. Knowles, Assistant Director, Charitable Trusts Unit, Department of Attorney General of New Hampshire

02/27/2013 15m 06s
Working With the Attorney General’s Office in California

Darla Guenzler, Executive Director, California Council of Land Trusts

02/27/2013 23m 08s
Taking The Long View

Wendy Fisher, Executive Director, Utah Open Lands Conservation Association

02/27/2013 21m 16s
History of the Federal Tax Incentives

Theodore S. Sims, Professor of Law, Boston University School of Law; Formerly with the Treasury Department

02/27/2013 17m 41s
IRS Response to Abuses

Karin Gross, Supervisory Attorney, IRS Office of Chief Counsel

02/27/2013 17m 57s
Proposed Tax Law Reforms

Roger Colinvaux, Associate Professor of Law, The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law; Former Counsel to the Joint Committee on Taxation

02/27/2013 16m 13s
History of State Enabling Statutes

K. King Burnett, Uniform Law Commissioner, Member of Uniform Conservation Easement Act Drafting Committee

02/27/2013 15m 29s
State Enabling Statute Reform

Jeffrey Pidot, Former Chief of the Natural Resources Division of the Maine Attorney General’s Office (retired)

02/27/2013 14m 40s
Conservation Easement Cases and Controversies

Nancy A. McLaughlin, Robert W. Swenson Professor of Law, University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law

02/27/2013 16m 29s
History of Charity Oversight in the U.S.

Marion R. Fremont-Smith, Senior Research Fellow, Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations, Harvard University

02/27/2013 22m 50s
Perpetual Conservation Easements: Limits of Self-Regulation - Melanie B. Leslie

Melanie B. Leslie, Professor of Law, Cardozo Law School, speaks on charity oversight.

02/27/2013 17m 52s
Growth in Use, Relevant Laws, Timeline, and Elephant in Room

Nancy A. McLaughlin, Robert W. Swenson Professor of Law, University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law

02/27/2013 22m 13s
Because It’s There: The Alpine Route to Environmentalism

Climbers are seldom celebrated as environmental thinkers, but there is a long list of environmental leaders who discovered their calling in the mountains. This green Mount Rushmore might include John Muir, David Brower and Yvon Chouinard. Jeff McCarthy’s talk will start by celebrating the connection between climbing and American environmentalism, and go on to ask if that connection emerges from an interchange between the climber's physical body and nature's physical presence. McCarthy’s ideas challenge our culture’s given understanding of nature as an inert backdrop to human activity. Instead, his research gives an active role to the natural world. The payoff is a reconsideration of the way our bodies interact with the substances that surrounds us. This talk celebrates climbing and inquiries into humanity’s material partnership with a material world.

02/25/2013 1h 01m 48s
The Legal and Ethical Limits of Technological Warfare: Roundtable/Simulation

Unmanned drones, cruise missiles, automated weapons, even armed robot warriors. Emerging technologies make it possible to conduct “clinical strikes” that limit civilian deaths, and even “remote warfare” that might lead to reductions in combatant casualties. What are the ethics of waging war from a safe distance? Who is responsible for decision-making? Do different rules of autonomy and accountability apply? If so, who is drafting these new rules of armed conflict and how will they be enforced?

02/07/2013 2h 08m 54s
The Legal and Ethical Limits of Technological Warfare: Use of Force Panel

Unmanned drones, cruise missiles, automated weapons, even armed robot warriors. Emerging technologies make it possible to conduct “clinical strikes” that limit civilian deaths, and even “remote warfare” that might lead to reductions in combatant casualties. What are the ethics of waging war from a safe distance? Who is responsible for decision-making? Do different rules of autonomy and accountability apply? If so, who is drafting these new rules of armed conflict and how will they be enforced?

02/06/2013 1h 15m 36s
The Legal and Ethical Limits of Technological Warfare: Keynote

Unmanned drones, cruise missiles, automated weapons, even armed robot warriors. Emerging technologies make it possible to conduct “clinical strikes” that limit civilian deaths, and even “remote warfare” that might lead to reductions in combatant casualties. What are the ethics of waging war from a safe distance? Who is responsible for decision-making? Do different rules of autonomy and accountability apply? If so, who is drafting these new rules of armed conflict and how will they be enforced?

02/05/2013 31m 30s
Anita Ramasastry

Legal Responsibility of Businesses for Violations of International Human Rights Anita Ramasastry is the UW Law Foundation Professor of Law at the University of Washington. She teaches and researches in the areas of business and human rights, commercial law and law and development. Her current research focuses on the accountability of the private sector in conflict and weak governance zones, and also how successor regimes may deal with corrupt transactions negotiated by prior governments. From 2009 to 2012 she served as a Senior Advisor in the Obama Administration and worked in in US Department of Commerce – International Trade Administration. Her work for Comemrce focused on anti corruption in international trade as well as business and human rights. She supervised trade strategies for 6 emerging mrkets - Colombia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Turkey, South Africa and Saudia Arabia. She recently published a major report on Human Rights Due Diligence: The Role of States – co authored with Professor Oliver de Schutter and Mark Taylor, which was launched at the first annual UN Forum on Business and Human Rights in December.

01/28/2013 51m 06s
Karen Engle Colloquium

Over the past decade, the human rights movement has become almost synonymous with the fight against impunity. Increasingly, to be for human rights means to favor criminal accountability for those individuals who have violated international human rights or humanitarian law. It also means to be against amnesty for those who have violated such law. The anti-impunity focus of the human rights movement has affected not only the direction of human rights discourse and jurisprudence, but that of international law more generally and of NGO funding and activity.

01/23/2013 49m 57s
Barry Baker - Green Bag

Barry Baker - Director of Canyonlands Research Center, The Nature Conservancy

01/22/2013 33m 36s
Tariq Banuri

"Sustainable Development: Financing Renewable Energy and Low-Carbon Growth" Presentation by Tariq Banuri for the Global Justice Center's International Law Colloquium

01/16/2013 1h 17m 57s
Paul Cassell - Victims of Enviromental and Other Crimes

Victims of Enviromental and Other Crimes

12/03/2012 41m 15s
Report Card of Enviromental Dispute Resolution

11/21/2012 51m 38s
Inquiries into the Nature of Slow Money: Investing as if Food, Farms, and Fertility Mattered

Woody Tasch is Founder and Chairman of Slow Money, a 501(c)3 non-profit formed in 2008 to catalyze the flow of investment capital to small food enterprises and to promote new principles of fiduciary responsibility to support sustainable agriculture and the emergence of a restorative economy. Tasch is Chairman Emeritus of Investors' Circle, a nonprofit network of investors that has facilitated the flow of $150 million to 230 sustainability minded, early stage companies and venture funds. For most of the 1990’s Woody was Treasurer of the Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation, where he pioneered mission related investing. He is an experienced venture-capital investor and entrepreneur, he has served on numerous for-profit and non-profit boards, and was founding chairman of the Community Development Venture Capital Alliance, which supports venture investing in economically disadvantaged regions. In 2010, Utne Reader named Woody one of “25 Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World.” Woody's book "Inquiries into the Nature of Slow Money" is published by Chelsea Green and now available in paperback.

11/08/2012 58m 58s
2012 Leary Lecture - Michele Bratcher Goodwin

The 47th Annual Leary Lecture, “The New Reproductive Battlefront: Law, Medicine and the Cultural Politics of Pregnancy"

11/07/2012 1h 12m 07s
Watershed Institutions in the US: Emergence and Evolution Tony Arnold

Tony Arnold is the Boehl Chair in Property and Land Use, Professor of Law, and Affiliated Professor of Urban Planning at the University of Louisville. An internationally recognized interdisciplinary scholar in the environmental regulation of land use, water, and property.

10/18/2012 51m 55s
Juan Palma Energy Development on Utah’s BLM Lands

Juan Palma is the Utah State Director for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). He provides leadership for the 23 million acres of BLM in Utah. Prior to his appointment to Utah he was the State Director for the BLM’s Eastern States. Under his guidance and leadership, the BLM’s mission and vision were carried out in 31 states east of and bordering the Mississippi River.

09/20/2012 59m 51s
Stegner Symposium 2012: Perspective of the Agricultural Industry

11.0 CLE credit hours total

Presentation given as part of the Wallace Stegner Center 17th Annual Symposium, Silent Spring at 50: The Legacy of Rachel Carson. Featuring Jay Vroom, President and CEO, CropLife America.

04/02/2012 12m 38s
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