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'Scholarly Dialogues' series continues with Professor Nancy Welsh

On Thursday, February 25, Penn State Law Review will host the next event in its "Scholarly Dialogues" series, which provides students with the opportunity to engage with professors concerning recent scholarship. 

This dialogue will feature Nancy Welsh, professor of law, as she presents her work, "What Is '(Im)Partial Enough' in a World of Embedded Neutrals?" Professor Welsh's work discusses the role of "embedded neutrals" who may have an affiliation with only one of the parties in an alternative dispute resolution situation. Jena Piazza, associate editor of the Penn State Law Review, will discuss Professor Welsh's article and there will be time for a public question and answer period.

Everyone is cordially invited to attend this event, which will be held from 1:15 to 2:15 p.m. in room 114 Katz Building  (University Park) and simulcast to room 112 Katz Hall (Carlisle). 

Established in 1897, Penn State Law Review is entirely student-run. Published four times annually, it serves as a vehicle for publication of scholarly articles and comments covering all aspects of law, as well as promoting scholarship by enhancing the engagement of its membership with the academic community.
This event is supported by funds from the Speakers Trust Fund of the Student Bar Association.


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