History in the Making. Presented at the Defense Research Institutes Toxic Torts Conference, February 2012, Miami, Florida.
Law and Pharmaceutical Development. Presented to chemistry, biology, and other undergraduates at the University of Arkansas, February 2011, February 2008, March 2007, Fayetteville, Arkansas.
The Intersection of Law and Science: The Unintended Consequences of Judicial Standards for Expert Evidence. Presented (with Robert Scott) at the Defense Research Institute’s National Annual Meeting, October 2007, Washington, D.C.
Invited Participant, Coronado Conference, “Conventions in Science and the Law,” Project on Scientific Knowledge and Public Policy (SKAPP). One of forty invited participants to this conference addressing difficulties and opportunities created by forcing one discipline’s conventions to be used outside its usual environment (e.g., scientists testifying in court). May 2007, Bretton Woods, New Hampshire.
MySpace and Torts. Discussion of social networking websites’ potential liability for third-party torts, presented to first-year Torts students at the University of Arkansas, March 2007, Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Can Law Corrupt Science? Can Science Corrupt Law? What Occurs When Lawyers and Scientists Interact? Presented at the Defense Research Institute Toxic Torts Conference, March 2007, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Discussion of Recent Case Law, Emerging Tort Theories, Recent Legal Developments, and Key Legal Challenges Facing the Amusement and Leisure Industry. Presented at the 2006 International Amusement & Leisure Defense Association symposium.
Basic Torts. Presented to twenty state trial judges at the 2006 “Civil Jury Practice in the District Court” conference, Williamstown, Massachusetts.
Criminal Prosecutions in the Amusement Industry – Is There a Trend?, available at http://masstort.org/Downloads/Prosecutions.pdf. Presented at the 2005 International Amusement & Leisure Defense Association symposium. The essay was published, in abbreviated form, in the WNEC law alumni magazine, Perspectives.