Events for Lectures/Discussions

Kiki & The Kitchen: What Can I Share with America?

Welcome to the fourth episode of Fireside Chats!.These chats are short conversations with Utah’s citizen diplomats who are reformulating the American worldview from one of despair to one of hope during a time of multiple crises. Virtual seating will be limited to 20 participants in order to create an intimate conversation between the audience and the speaker. Join us for the recording of this community podcast! with Kiki Sharma as she tells us about her journey from growing up in a refugee camp in Nepal to becoming an Utah restaurant owner and manager, and a future accountant. Kiki and her family are an inspiring example of resiliency. Despite Covid restrictions, Kiki continues to run Bhutan House Restaurant and make a living for her family.

Join us for this live recording of a community podcast and chance to talk to Kiki about her life experiences. Regiser not at: https://bit.ly/KikisKitchen



Access to Justice for Veterans

Join us for this virtual event. The panelists will focus on veteran’s access to justice through veterans’ courts, access to justice issues for veterans, and particularly veterans in remote rural areas.

Visit the event website for more information: https://law.utah.edu/event/access-to-justice-for-veterans/



Wildlife as Property Owners

This is a virtual event. Existing legal solutions to stem catastrophic biodiversity loss are failing. Could the answer to saving plants and animals rest in property law? Securing habitat through trusts allows animals to own the land they live on, as participants in the system of property. This surprisingly bi-partisan solution answers some of the most pressing land concerns in the West.

Visit the event website for more information: https://law.utah.edu/event/16th-annual-stegner-center-young-scholar-lecture-karen-bradshaw/



The Law & Ethics of Medical Research

The 2020-2021 Utah Law Review, in cooperation with the S.J. Quinney College of Law Center for Law and Biomedical Sciences, will convene a two-day virtual symposium exploring “The Law and Ethics of Medical Research.” On November 13, leading scholars from across the country will join us for a panel discussion “Sharing Medical Research Data: Privacy and Confidentiality.” On November 20, a second set of distinguished scholars and practitioners will gather virtually for three more panel discussions: “Clinical Trials – Legal and Ethical Issues in the Age of Covid-19,” “Intellectual Property and Medical Research,” and “Medical Research as a Public Health Initiative.”

Visit the event website for more information and the zoom link : https://law.utah.edu/event/lee-e-teitelbaum-utah-law-review-symposium-the-law-ethics-of-medical-research/



The Law & Ethics of Medical Research

The 2020-2021 Utah Law Review, in cooperation with the S.J. Quinney College of Law Center for Law and Biomedical Sciences, will convene a two-day virtual symposium exploring “The Law and Ethics of Medical Research.” On November 13, leading scholars from across the country will join us for a panel discussion “Sharing Medical Research Data: Privacy and Confidentiality.” On November 20, a second set of distinguished scholars and practitioners will gather virtually for three more panel discussions: “Clinical Trials – Legal and Ethical Issues in the Age of Covid-19,” “Intellectual Property and Medical Research,” and “Medical Research as a Public Health Initiative.”

Visit the event website for more information and for the zoom link: https://law.utah.edu/event/lee-e-teitelbaum-utah-law-review-symposium-the-law-ethics-of-medical-research/