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Professor Novogrodsky's Presentations

Incitement to Genocide and the Question of Protected Speech, University of Montreal Law School (March 2014).

A Tribute to Robert L. Bernstein, Yale Law School (March 2014).

Somalia and the International Legal Imagination, Tulsa University School of Law (September 2013).

Judging Stories, Osgoode Law School (November 2013).

After AIDS, Seminar in Latin America on Constitutional and Political Theory (SELA) 2011, San Jose, Costa Rica (June 2011).

Child Soldiers and the Legal Imagination, U. of South Carolina Law School, Columbia, SC (Apr. 2011).

The Power to Say What Can't Be Said, Willamette U. Law School, Salem, OR (Mar. 2011).

Cambodia and the ICC: Divergent Approaches to Criminal Accountability, Vanderbilt U., Nashville, TN (Feb. 2011).

Implications of Supreme Court Decision in Padilla v. Kentucky on Criminal Immigration Practice, combined class presentation for Immigration Law, Criminal Adjudication, and Defender Aid, UW College of Law, Laramie, WY (Fall 2010) (with Deb Donahue & Stewart Young).

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