Professor Shawn Boyne presented the U.S. national report on whistle-blowing legislation at the XIX International Congress of Comparative Law in Vienna, Austria.
Professor Shawn Boyne will be presenting three papers during July in venues throughout Europe including Germany, France, and Austria.
Professor Shawn Boyne has been awarded grant funding from the IUPUI Solution Center that will help defray expenses when she attends the weeklong Inside-Out training at the Oregon State Prison in June. The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program, which was founded at Temple University in 1997, trains individuals to conduct classes inside prisons and re-entry programs.
Professor Shawn Boyne has been accepted to take part in a weeklong training sponsored by the Inside-Out Foundation. The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program, which was founded at Temple University in 1997, trains individuals to conduct classes inside prisons and re-entry programs.
Professor Shawn Boyne has been appointed to the Scholarship Advisory Group of the Younger Comparativists Committee of the American Society of Comparative Law. The five-person Advisory Group plays a key role in identifying emerging scholars in the field of comparative law as the body selects the top YCC submissions to the annual meeting of the Society of Comparative Law.
Professor Shawn Boyne was asked to talk with an Indianapolis Star reporter about a case involving national security officials reading an Indiana University lecturer’s email.
Professor Shawn Boyne will be part of the inaugural LegalED Conference, titled “Igniting Law Teaching,” on April 4 at American University Washington College of Law. She will present a talk on the keys to organizing a successful educational simulation.
Professor Shawn Boyne has teamed up with three other legal scholars to launch the Comparative Law Blog. The inaugural post was made February 16.
Professor Shawn Boyne is one of a select number of researchers in the field of national security law who has been invited to participate in an advanced policy research seminar sponsored by George Mason University's Institute for Humane Studies.
IU McKinney Professor Shawn Boyne will be the luncheon speaker during the Greenwood Rotary Club’s meeting on January 13. Her topic will be “The David Camm Trial and U.S. Justice Today.”
Professor Shawn Boyne’s latest book, The German Prosecution Service: Guardians of the Law? was published on November 30 by Springer Publishing.
Dean Andrew Klein took part in a panel discussion as part of the Indiana Violence Forum on September 19 at the Indiana War Memorial.