PROFESSORS CHARITY, FREEMAN, AND SETTY PARTICIPATE IN CONFERENCE IN BENGALURU, INDIA
Professors Matthew Charity, Harris Freeman, and Sudha Setty participated in a three-day conference reflecting on 25 years of liberalization and globalization, held at the National Law School of India University in Bengaluru, India. In addition to chairing and moderating panels, each professor presented a paper, and those papers will be part of a forthcoming book published as part of the NLSIU book series. Matthew Charoty's presentation was titled, "Human Rights Anti-Globalization in a Multi-National Corporatized State." Harris Freeman's presentation was titled, "Law and the Rise Non-Traditional Forms of Worker Organization in the Neo-Liberal, Globalized Labor Market." Sudha Setty's presentation was titled, "Neoliberal National Security: Wielding Counterterrorism Powers to Protect Economic Growth."