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FRANK I. GOODMAN Professor of Law serves on several committees of the University of Pennsylvania including the Committee on Misconduct in Research, the Senate Executive Committee, and the Committee on Honorary Degrees. He represents the Law School to the Pennsylvania State Board of Bar Examiners.
Federalism and Freedom 574 Annals of American Academy of Political and Social Sciences 66 (2001)

SARAH BARRINGER GORDON Associate Dean and Professor of Law is a visiting scholar at the National Constitution Center, where she also serves on the advisory committee overseeing the content of displays on Constitutional History and Interpretation. Gordon has lectured to groups on constitutional history and worked with University of Pennsylvania Press on the development of a new scholarly book series.
Law and Everyday Death: Infanticide and the Backlash Against Womenís Rights After the Civil War, in Lives in Law (University of Michigan Press, Forthcoming 2002)

The Mormon Question: Polygamy and Constitutional Conflict in Nineteenth-Century America (Legal History Series), (University of North Carolina Press, Forthcoming 2001)

Blasphemy and the Law of Religious Liberty in Nineteenth-Century America, 52 American Quarterly 4, (2000)

GEOFFREY C. HAZARD, JR. Trustee Professor of Law continues as a member of the American Bar Associationís Ethics 2000 Commission, which presented a set of recommended revisions of Model Rules of Professional Ethics to the annual meeting of the ABA in August 2001. He lectured on ethics to law firms and to lawyers specializing in estate planning. He has served as an expert witness in matters of professional ethics in several major lawsuits. In May 2001 he and his colleagues presented a revision of a proposed code of civil procedure for international commercial disputes to the American Law Institute. The revision was also presented this past summer to an advisory committee of UNIDROIT (International Organization for Unification of Private Law) at a weeklong meeting in Rome. Hazard serves on the American Bar Associationís Special Commission to Review Rules of Professional Conduct.
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