Fatma Marouf is the co-director of the Immigration Clinic and an associate professor at the Boyd School of Law.
Stacey Tovino is the Lincy Professor of Law at the Boyd School of Law.
At the conference, Professor Gordon will speak on the topic of “Assisted Outpatient Treatment: Access and Coercion;” Professor Marouf will talk about “U.S. Reliance on Foreign Physicians and Nurses: The Development of Visa Programs that Ignore Ethical Concerns,” and Professor Tovino will present “A History of Medicare Financing of Graduate Medical Education: 1965 to Present.”
Professor Gordon's research focuses on law and psychology and the impact of cognitive and social psychology on jurors and other legal decision-makers.
Drawing on her extensive experience representing individuals before the Immigration Courts, Board of Immigration Appeals, and U.S. Courts of Appeals, Professor Marouf's research probes various problems involved in adjudicating immigration cases at all levels.
Professor Tovino is a leading expert in health law, bioethics, and the medical humanities.