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Dean Sudha Setty's recent speaking engagements

Dean Setty gave three public talks as a visiting scholar at the University of Cape Town Faculty of Law in May: one on government accountability and transparency, one on her book titled National Security Secrecy: Comparative Effects on Democracy and the Rule of Law, and one on comparative presidential power.

She also spoke on two panels at the Northeast People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference/Conference of Asian Pacific American Law Faculty, held at Albany Law School on June 1: one panel was the SALT/NEPOC Panel on Challenges Facing Administrators of Color: Diversity & Inclusion in Higher Education and Legal Education. The second panel was on national security, and she gave a talk entitled, Framing the national security dialogue: National security "othering" as a political tactic.

On June 11, Dean Setty spoke on a panel at the New York State Bar Association Global Law Week, entitled "War without Limits? Recasting the National Security Legal Framework."

On June 29, she spoke at the South Asian Bar Association of North America's annual convention on a panel called "Carrying the Torch."