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Maxwell J. Mehlman

Arthur E. Petersilge Professor of Law and Director of the Law-Medicine Center; Professor of Bioethics, School of Medicine

areas of expertise: biomedical enhancement, doping in sports, ethical issues in miltary research, genetic engineering and human evolution, genetics and the law, health care reform, health law, legal and ethical aspects of the patient-physician relationship, medical malpractice reform, military medical ethics, personalized genomic medicine, and regulation of drugs and medical technology

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Judith P. Lipton

Professor; Co-Director of the Milton A. Kramer Law Clinic Center

areas of expertise: Criminal Justice Clinic, criminal law, domestic violence, experiential learning, family law, Health Law Clinic, juvenile law, Legal Aid, rights of immigrant victims of family violence, and social work

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Theodore L. Steinberg

Adeline Barry Davee Distinguished Professor of History and Professor of Law

areas of expertise: civil liberty history, environmental history and the law, environmental history of New York City, legal history of the corporation, nature’s role in American history, pesticide dangers, and social history of crime

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