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Thursday, August 2, 2012

Boyd Faculty Members at SEALS

The Boyd School of Law was well represented by Professors Ian Bartrum, Linda Berger, Ann McGinley, and Stacey Tovino at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) 2012 Annual Conference in Amelia Island, Florida.

Professor Ian Bartrum (right) served as an invited participant in the Junior Faculty Workshop. Professor Linda Berger served as a facilitator for the Legal Writing Institute's Writers' Workshop held in conjunction with the conference. Professor Ann McGinley participated in a discussion group on "Contemporary Issues in Gender and Law" and spoke on "Masculinities Theory Meets Feminist Theory" as part of a "Masculinities, Manliness, and Law" panel. Professor Stacey Tovino presented "The Rhetoric of Health Information Confidentiality" as part of a "Health Care, Health Law, and Rhetoric" panel and discussed the implementation of the essential health benefits ("EHB") provision within the Affordable Care Act as part of a discussion group on the Supreme Court's recent opinion upholding most of the health care reform bill.