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MICHELE BRATCHER GOODWIN
229-19th Avenue, South-University of Minnesota 55455
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455 612.626.9305

I.

mgoodwin@umn.edu

EDUCATION:
YALE UNIVERSITY

New Haven, CT

Gilder Lehrman Post-Doctoral Scholar 2000-2001

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN

Madison, WI

Master of Laws, May 2000

BOSTON COLLEGE LAW SCHOOL

Newton, MA.

Juris Doctor, May 1995
Law School Honors:

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN

Madison, WI.

Bachelor of Arts, May 1992 Triple Majored:
Sociology, Anthropology, African Languages & Literature

UNIVERSITY OF ROME, LA SAPIENZA

Rome, Italy
Davis Putter Fellow, 1990-91 (research advisors: Clara Gallini and Aris Accornero)

II.

UNIVERSITY APPOINTMENTS:
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA

(2007-Present)
Everett Fraser Chair in Law
Professor of Medicine, School of Medicine
Professor of Public Health, School of Public Health

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW SCHOOL (2007-08)
Visiting Professor of Law

DEPAUL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LAW (2001-06)
Wicklander Chair and Professor of Law (04-06)

BOALT HALL, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LAW SCHOOL (2002-03)
Center for the Study of Law & Society Visiting Scholar

GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL (SUMMER 2001)
Distinguished Visiting Professor
Summary of Academic Specialization and Distinction: Established health law programs that
earned academic, community and public policy recognition and distinction: ranked in Top 10 of
US News & World Reports. Author/editor of 3 books and over 50 articles, book chapters, and
commentaries. Appearances on NPR, CBS, PBS (WTTY affiliate), Wisconsin Public Radio,
Minnesota Public Radio, Fox News, NBC, BBC, Australian Broadcast Channel, among others.
Quoted or commentaries in NY Times, Washington Post, Forbes, Reason, Chicago Tribune, LA
Times, Christian Science Monitor, Chicago Sun Times, New Zealand Herald, New Scientist, The
Herald (Scotland), among others. Works cited by Sen. Ted Kennedy, 7 th Circuit Court of Appeals,
and amicus briefs submitted to the California Supreme Court and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.

M. Bratcher Goodwin, Page 2
Administrative Curriculum Vitae
Expertise: Torts, Education Law, Legal Ethics, Social Policy, Health Regulations, Health Law
Policy, Reproductive Medicine, Biotechnology & The Law, Bioethics, Genetic Property & The
Law, Mental Health LawInternational Health Policy and Regulation, Race, Law & Medicine.

III.

STATE EDUCATION APPOINTMENTS:
SENIOR ADVISOR, FAYETTE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS (LEXINGTON, KY) 1995-2000
District Demographics: 56 schools; over 30,000 students; 450 million dollar budget.
Leadership: Reduced Board’s exposure to litigation; advised and helped structure strategic plans
to comply with federal mandates on school integration; strategically aligned efforts to proactively
address special needs children; structured negotiations with families of low SES children for more
equitable services, which led to the creation of state-of the-art facilities; successfully mediated
gender pay gap dispute involving FCPS bus drivers; strategically aligned professional
development training to emphasize Board goals regarding equity. Represented Board in regular
meetings with the Department of Education, superintendant of schools, district directors,
principals and teachers.

ACADEMIC & UNIVERSITY AFFAIRS DIR., UNITED COUNCIL, (MADISON, WI) 1991-1992
Served as a senior staff member for one of the first and largest student associations in the United
States. Coordinated legislative information sessions for students and student leadership at the 21
University of Wisconsin campuses. Represented more than 125,000 students in the University of
Wisconsin system. Advised on referenda, curricular reform, graduate school programs, and
financial aid issues. Organized and led system-wide campaign for increases in Pell grant funding
in Washington, DC. Helped to mediate university segregated fees dispute. Expanded outreach
with the governor, legislators, and Board of Regents.

IV.

SUMMARY OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR LEADERSHIP POSITIONS 1995-2010
A. Leadership Expertise:
 Communication: Community, Public Policy, University, and Media Outreach and
Relations
 Strategic Planning
 Institutional Research and Policy
 Organizational Accountability, Monitoring, and Auditing
 Development and Management (including business outreach)
 Recruitment and Retention
 Government Relations
 Crisis Management
 Cultural Competencies (including working with communities across race, gender,
sexual orientation, international, and religious differences)
 Advising and Problem Solving
B. Academic Appointments:
 Assistant Dean, University of Wisconsin Law School
 Director, Health Law Institute, DePaul University (Ranked “Top 10” US News &
World Reports)
 Director & Founder, Center for The Study of Race & Bioethics
 Chair, Women’s Faculty Cabinet, University of Minnesota
 Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, University of Minnesota
 Advisor, Consortium on Law and Values in Health, Environment & Life Sciences
 Fellow, Academic Leadership Program, Committee on Institutional Cooperation (Big
Ten leadership consortium)

M. Bratcher Goodwin, Page 3
Administrative Curriculum Vitae

C. Elected Leadership In Academic Governance Organizations:
 Secretary General, International Academy of Law & Mental Health
 Chair, American Assoc’n of Law Schools, Section on Law, Medicine & Health Care
 Executive Board, American Association of Law Schools, Section on Biolaw
 Women’s Affairs Director, United States Student Association
 Wisconsin Student Association, Co-President, University of Wisconsin
D. State and Local Government and Administrative Oversight Appointments:
 Advisor, Illinois Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
 Member, Jail-Mental Health Training Curriculum Dev. Sub-Comm., IL Criminal
Justice Information Authority
 Board of Directors, Education Equity Task Force, Kentucky Department of
Education
 Board of Visitors, Southern Illinois University Law School
E. Nonprofit and Funding Organization Boards:
 Vice-President, Wisconsin Community Fund
 Board of Directors, Cleveland Home For Girls
 Advisory Board Member, Community Renewal Society
 Member, Task Force on Women as They Age, Chicago Bar Association
 Chair, Midwest Section, Boston College Black Alumni Network
F. Corporate and Professional Boards and Organizations:
 Advisory Board, Lexis/Nexis
 Advisory Board, American Medical Association, Institute of Ethics, Ethical Force
Program’s Patient Centered Communication Initiative
 Access to Justice Committee, International Bar Association
G. Community and Business Organization Leadership:
 President, Urban League Youth Council
 Chicago Executives Club
 Lexington Forum
 St. Paul-Minneapolis Council on Foreign Relations
H. University and Law School Appointments (not mentioned above):
 University of Minnesota:
o Law School: Strategic Planning Committee
o Law School: Advisor, Journal on Law & Inequality
 DePaul University:
o University: Committee on Academic Programs
o University: Strategic Planning Committee
o University: Executive Board, Centers & Institutes Committee
o University: Board of Dir., Center for the Study of Black Cultural Diaspora
o Law School: Chair, Health Law Admissions
o Law School: Strategic Planning Committee on Admissions, Drafted Plan
V.

SIGNIFICANT ACADEMIC AND CIVIC HONORS & AWARDS
Commission: Colonel, by Governor Paul Patton and Kentucky Legislature (Highest
honor awarded by the Commonwealth of Kentucky)

M. Bratcher Goodwin, Page 4
Administrative Curriculum Vitae

Named and Endowed Lectures:






Everett Fraser Lecture:‖ Law In The 21st Century,‖ University of Minnesota, Nov.
25, 2008
Stephen R. Volk ’57 Lecture: ―Baby Markets: Faith, Class, and Race in
Contemporary Adoptions,‖ Dartmouth College, Nov. 21, 2008
Rita Schmidt Lectureship: ―Ethics of Organ Trafficking,‖ Susquehanna University,
Oct. 27, 2008
Raynes McCarty Lecture, University Club, Philadelphia, PA, Oct. 9, 2007 (Widener
University)
Meador Lecture:‖ Biotechnology’s Empire,‖ University of Alabama, Oct. 5, 2007

Academic Honors and Grants













Recipient of Robina Foundation Grant for Sex Trafficking Research (2010)
Recipient of Robina Foundation Grant for Child Marriage Research (2009)
Wicklander Chair (for outstanding ethics research) (2004-06)
Faculty Achievement Award (2006)
Humanities Council Award (2006-2007) (1 of 4 university-wide recipients)
Nominated and Selected in the 21st Century Trust (2006)
President’s Book Club Selection (only 2 honorees selected per year)(2006)
Excellence In Scholarship Award (2005)
Recipient, Seed Fund Grant for Bioethics Research (2004)
MLK Fund Grant Recipient for Bioethics Programming (2005, 2006)
Vincentian Endowment Fund Recipient (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
William H. Hastie Fellow (1998-2000)

Civic, Leadership, Honors, Awards, & Memberships






VI.

American Council on Education, 75th National Leadership Forum Fellow (2010)
Fellow, Institute of Medicine (Chicago) (2006-2008)
Woman of Excellence ―Black Pearl Award‖ (2004)
Women’s History Month Honoree (Chicago Urban League, 2003)
Pioneering Women Honoree (Chicago Historical Society, 2003)
American Bar Association, Boston College Chapter, Leadership Award (1995)

SIGNIFICANT SCHOLARSHIP & PUBLICATIONS

Editorial:
Editor, Cambridge Dictionary of Bioethics

Peer Review:
Reviewer, Journal of Population Economics
Reviewer, Law and Society Review
Reviewer, International Journal of Law and Psychiatry
Reviewer, Law and Politics Review
Reviewer, Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology

M. Bratcher Goodwin, Page 5
Administrative Curriculum Vitae

Books:
SERIES ON LAW AND CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS (invited submission under negotiation)(NYU
Press)
BABY MARKETS (CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2010)
THE BLACK BODY (Goodwin, Jackson, Demissie ed.) Contributors include Dorothy Roberts,
Charmaine Nelson, and Homi Baba. (UNIVERSITY OF S. AFRICA PRESS 2009)
BLACK MARKETS: THE SUPPLY & DEMAND OF BODY PARTS (CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
2006)(reviewed by New Engl. J. of Med., Nature, Publishers Weekly, Law & Pol. Book Rev., Sci
Tech. Book News, Library J., J. of Politics, Transfusion, Donna Shalala, Richard Epstein, Jesse
Jackson, and Lori Andrews)(2nd edition and now translated edition into Portuguese)
BIOTECHNOLOGY, BIOETHICS & THE LAW (casebook with LEXIS/NEXIS PUBLISHERS, SPRING 2011)
BIOTECHNOLOGY, BIOETHICS & THE LAW: REGULATIONS & STATUTES (LEXIS/NEXIS PUBLISHERS,
SPRING 2011)

Articles:


CHILDREN, SEXUALITY, AND THE LANGUAGE OF REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS, HARVARD JOURNAL OF
LAW & GENDER (INVITED SUBMISSION)(SPRING 2011)



REPRODUCTIVE CARROTS & STICKS, published on line THE SCHOLAR AND FEMINIST, BARNARD
COLLEGE (LEAD ARTICLE WITH COMMENTARIES FROM OTHER SCHOLARS)(forthcoming summer
2010)



A VIEW FROM THE CRADLE: TORT LAW AND THE PRIVATE REGULATION OF ASSISTED
REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY, 59 EMORY L. J. 100 (2010) (forthcoming)



PATIENT NEGLIGENCE, 72 DUKE JOURNAL OF LAW & CONT. PROBL.223 (2010)(INVITED PAPER,
SYMPOSIUM WITH ERWIN CHEMERINSKY, TRINA JONES, GARY ORFIELD, ANGELA HARRIS, etc)



RELATIONAL MARKETS IN INTIMATE GOODS, 44 TULSA L. REV. 803 (2010) (SPECIAL TRIBUTE TO
RICHARD EPSTEIN SPONSORED BY TULSA L. REV.)(INVITED BY RICHARD EPSTEIN)



COLORBLIND STATE ACTION AND THE LIMITS OF RACIAL PREFERENCE (with Nevin Gewertz) 72
DUKE JOURNAL OF LAW & CONT. PROBL 251 (2010)



EMPIRES OF THE FLESH: ORGAN AND TISSUE TABOOS, 60 ALABAMA L. REV. 941 (2009)



EXPRESSIVE MINIMALISM AND FUZZY SIGNALS: THE JUDICIARY AND THE ROLE OF LAW, 84
CHICAGO KENT L. REV. 19 (2009)(INVITED SYMPOSIUM, LORI ANDREWS, MICHAEL CREIGHTON,
ETC)



PROSECUTING THE WOMB, 76 GEO. WASH. L. REV.101 (2008)(REPRINTED IN WOMEN & THE LAW
CASEBOOK, WEST 2009)



PRIVATE ORDERING AND INTIMATE SPACES : WHY THE ABILITY TO NEGOTIATE INTIMATE SPACES
IS NON NEGOTIABLE, 105 MICH. L. REV. 1376 (2007)



THE BODY MARKET: RACE POLITICS AND PRIVATE ORDERING, 49 ARIZONA L. REV. 599 (2007)



FORMALISM AND THE LEGAL STATUS OF BODY PARTS, 2006 U OF CHICAGO LEGAL FORUM 317
(2006)

M. Bratcher Goodwin, Page 6
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THE FREE MARKET APPROACH TO ADOPTION: THE VALUE OF A BABY 26 B.C. THIRD WORLD
L.J. 1 (2006)



HAS THE EMPHASIS ON AUTONOMY GONE TOO FAR: INSIGHTS FROM DOSTOEVSKY ON PARENTAL
DECISION MAKING IN THE NICU 15CAMBRIDGE QUARTERLY 147-151 ( 2006)(WITH JOHN PARIS,
NEIL GRAHAM, AND MICHAEL D. SCHRIEBER)



ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY AND THE DOUBLE BIND: THE CHOICE OF MOTHERHOOD,
9 IOWA J. JUST. RACE & GEND 1(2005)(LEAD ARTICLE)



ALTRUISM’S LIMITS: LAW, CAPACITY & ORGAN COMMODIFICATION, 56 RUTGERS L. REV. 305
(2004) (LEAD ARTICLE)(EXCERPTS REPRINTED IN BIOETHICS AND THE LAW, DOGLIN AND SHEPERD
ED. 2005 )



THE ECONOMY OF CITIZENSHIP, 76 TEMPLE U. L. REV.129 (2003)(LEAD ARTICLE)(CITED BY
SENATOR EDWARD KENNEDY States News Service, August 2, 2007, KENNEDY ON
NOMINATION OF LESLIE SOUTHWICK)



LOCATING WOMEN IN LAW AND PSYCHIATRY, 26 INT. J. LAW & PSYCH 447 (2003)(GUEST EDITOR
OF SPECIAL EDITION ON WOMEN)



SEX, THEORY & PRACTICE: RECONCILING DAVIS V. MONROE 51 DEPAUL L. REV. 805 (2002)(CITED
BY THE SEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS IN GABRIELLE M. V. PARK FOREST-CHICAGO
HEIGHTS, 315 F.3D 817(2003))



DECONSTRUCTING LEGISLATIVE CONSENT LAW: ORGAN TAKING, RACIAL PROFILING &
DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE, 6 VA. J. LAW & TECH 2 (2001) (REPRINTED IN 5 JOURNAL OF HEALTH
CARE LAW 257) (2002)



THE BLACK WOMAN IN THE ATTIC: LAW, METAPHOR & LITERATURE, 30 RUTGERS L.J. 597 (1999)
(LEAD ARTICLE)(cited in Amicus Brief of the American Civil Liberties Union, in North Coast
Women’s Medical Group, Inc. v. Superior Court of San Diego County (California Supreme Court
2007); cited in Amicus Brief, ACLU in Christian Legal Society Chapter of The University of
California, Hastings School of Law v. Mary Kay Kane, et al, (9th Circuit)

Edited Journal Editions:
PRECIOUS COMMODITIES: THE SUPPLY & DEMAND OF BODY PARTS, DEPAUL LAW REVIEW
(2006)(Special Symposium Edition—Convened symposium, recruited scholars, coordinated
panels, and advised/supervised journal editorial staff). Authors included Michelle Oberman,
David Kaserman, Raymond Pollock, Lloyd Cohen, Robert Katz, and Thomas Peterson.
DISENTANGLING FACT FROM FICTION: THE REALITIES OF UNEQUAL HEALTH TREATMENT,
JOURNAL OF HEALTH CARE LAW (2006)(Special Symposium Edition—Convened symposium,
recruited scholars, advised editors, and consulted with writers). Authors include Timothy Jost,
Camille Nelson, Kevin Outerson, Lisa Ikemoto, Ruqaiijah Yearby, Dayna Matthew and Nanette
Elster.
MATERNAL FETAL CONFLICT: PREGNANCY, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & THE LAW, JOURNAL OF
HEALTH CARE LAW (2005)(Special Edition with the American Medical Association—Recruited
writers, initiated collaboration with the AMA, and advised/supervised journal editorial staff).
Authors include Lynn Paltrow, Dr. Linda Saltzman, and Health Law Scholars: Katy Sikich, and
Kimberly Horn.
RACE AS PROXY IN LAW & SOCIETY, DEPAUL LAW REVIEW (2004)(Special Edition, recruited
scholars, wrote grants, and collaborated/advised student editors.) Contributing authors included
Blake Morant, Alfred Brophy, Anthony Farley, Penelope Andrews, Deseerie Kennedy, and Rene
Bowser.

M. Bratcher Goodwin, Page 7
Administrative Curriculum Vitae
LOCATING WOMEN IN LAW AND PSYCHIATRY, 26 INT. J. LAW & PSYCH 447-582 (2003)(Guest
editor and organizer of first ever special edition on women). Contributing authors include Cynthia
Grant Bowman, Michelle Oberman, Fiona Raitt, and Patricia Peppin.

Book Chapters:


NEWMAN V. SATHYAVAGLSWARAN: UNBUNDLING PROPERTY IN THE DEAD (chapter in CASES IN
CONTEXT: HEALTH LAW AND BIOETHICS, Johnson, et al eds., Aspen 2009)



TOWARD CLARITY: FEDERALISM AND ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION (chapter in WHEN ALTRUISM
ISN’T ENOUGH, RICHARD EPSTEIN AND SALLY SATAL, ED. AEI 2009)



CITIZENSHIP, (chapter in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF RACE AND RACISM, MOORE, NUNN, BANKS, ET AL,
ED, MACMILLAN PRESS 2008)



BIOETHICAL ENTANGLEMENTS OF RACE, RELIGION & AIDS (chapter in RELIGION AND BIOETHICS,
DAVID GUINN, ED. OXFORD 2006)



TISSUE BANKING: DISCLOSURE, INFORMED CONSENT, AND THE RULE OF LAW (chapter in THE
WICKLANDER LECTURES, Warhane and Krasemann ed. University Press of America 2006)



ILLINOIS REGULATION OF ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS (chapter in ILLINOIS JURISPRUDENCE,
VOLUME 27 HEALTH CARE LAW 2005)



ILLINOIS REGULATION OF ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION (chapter in ILLINOIS JURISPRUDENCE,
VOLUME 27 HEALTH CARE LAW 2005)



GENDER, RACE, & MENTAL ILLNESS: THE CASE OF WANDA JEAN ALLEN (chapter in CRITICAL
RACE FEMINISM, 2ND ED. NYU PRESS)(2003)

Short Book/ Article Reviews:


CONFRONTING THE LIMITS OF ALTRUISM: A RESPONSE TO JAKE LINFORD, 2 ST. LOUIS J. OF
HEALTH L. & POL.327 (2009)(solicited response to my former student )



AFRICAN AMERICAN BIOETHICS A REVIEW OF PELLEGRINO’S BLACK BIOETHICS, 8 AMERICAN J. OF
BIOETHICS 52 (INVITED BOOK REVIEW, 2008)



OVER OUR DEAD BODIES; DONNA DICKENSON’S TIMELY ACCOUNT OF THE HUMAN BODY PARTS
TRADE IS BOTH CHILLING AND THOUGHTFUL, THE NEW SCIENTIST, MAY 10, 2008



PHYSICIAN-ASSISTED SUICIDE: THE ANATOMY OF A CONSTITUTIONAL LAW ISSUE, 14 LAW & POL.
BOOK REV. 1 (2004)



LAW AND BIOETHICS: AN INTRODUCTION, 12 LAW & POL. BOOK REV. 2 (2002)

Editorials/Commentaries:
GOODWIN, NY TIMES MOTHERLODE QUESTIONING INTERNATIONAL ADOPTIONS - MOTHERLODE
BLOG APR 12, 2010


A NATIONAL CONVERSATION ABOUT RACE AND CLASS, BUT THE WOMEN ARE UNINVITED,
CLEVELAND PLAIN DEALER, AUGUST 1, 2009



REFLECTIONS ON RACE: FOUR WRITERS SHARE THEIR VIEWS, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR, JULY
30, 2009

M. Bratcher Goodwin, Page 8
Administrative Curriculum Vitae


GATES, RACE, AND DRIVING WHILE BLACK, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR, JULY 24, 2009.



ORGAN TABOOS, FORBES MAGAZINE, OCTOBER 15, 2007.



MR. COSBY MEET ROSA PARKS, WASHINGSTON POST AUGUST 14, 2006 AT A12.



TAKE THE DEBATE OVER DEGRADING RAP VIDEOS OFF MUTE, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
MONITOR, AUGUST 11, 2006, AT 9.



MAKE TRADE IN BODY PARTS SAFER, THE NEW ZEALAND HERALD, JULY 5, 2006 (REPRINTED
IN Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), July 4, 2006, The Body Parts Market is Vital, But Let's Get
Rid of the Black Marks).



HORROR OF STOLEN BODY PARTS FOR IMPLANTS IS WORLD WIDE, CANBERRA TIMES, JUNE 29,
2006.



ORGAN DONORS, FOR LOVE AND MONEY, NEW YORK TIMES, MAY 19, 2006.



COMMERCE IN CADAVERS IS AN OPEN SECRET, LA. TIMES, MARCH 11, 2004 AT B15 (REPRINTED
RD
TH
IN CRITICAL THINKING FOR A DIVERSE SOCIETY, WANDA TEAYS, 3 AND 4 EDS, (MCGRAW HILL
2009); THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE AND THE WISCONSIN SENTINEL).



THE WORLD LOTT SPOKE OF, CHI SUN TIMES, DECEMBER 25, 2004.

Testimony:


EXPERT WITNESS ON HATE SPEECH, MICHAEL RICHARDS MOCK TRIAL (JUSTICE ARABIAN
PRESIDING (CA. S. CT (RET)) FEBRUARY 24, 2007 (TELEVISED BY 20/20)



MEDICAL RECORDS & PRIVACY, PRESENTED TO SUBCOMMITTEE ON PRIVACY OF THE NATIONAL
COMMITTEE ON VITAL AND HEALTH STATISTICS (READ INTO THE RECORD ON PRIVACY AND
HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) MARCH 23, 2005

TO BE SUBMITTED & WORKS IN PROGRESS:
Articles


BABY COOPERATIVES: WHY THREE MEN AND A BABY MIGHT MAKE SENSE (TO BE SUBMITTED
SPRING/SUMMER 2010)



REVISITING STATUTORY RAPE LAW



BIOTECHNOLOGY & THE ALIEN TORTS CLAIM ACT (TO BE SUBMITTED SPRING/SUMMER 2010)



SHAMING AT ALL COSTS: SHACKLING PREGNANT WOMEN & THE EIGHTH AMENDMENT (TO BE
SUBMITTED FALL 2010)

VII.

SIGNIFICANT KEYNOTE LECTURES, INVITED PRESENTATIONS, AND PAPERS

KEYNOTES:
HASTINGS COLLEGE OF LAW
SAN FRANCISCO, CA FEBRUARY 2010
Keynote Speaker: Baby Markets and The New Politics of Creating Families

M. Bratcher Goodwin, Page 9
Administrative Curriculum Vitae
BIO LAW 2.0
UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS, NOV. 14, 2008
Keynote Address: Black Markets: Contemporary Debates In Organ Acquisition
4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LIVING DONORS…
SORRENTO, ITALY, JUNE 20-21, 2008
Black Markets: Why Living Organ Donor Markets are Better Than The Alternatives (keynote)
CUMBERLAND LAW SCHOOL
Keynote Speaker at Baby Markets Conference

BIRMINGHAM, AL, FEBRUARY 14, 2008

UTAH COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM
Keynote Speaker for MLK Human Rights Day

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JAN., 16, 2008

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY
Key Note Lecture on the Body in Evolving Social Spaces

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, APRIL 19, 2007

EUROPEAN CRITICAL LEGAL STUDIES CONFERENCE
LONDON, ENGLAND, SEPTEMBER 3, 2004
Black Markets: The Supply and Demand of Body Parts (Keynote lecturer)
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 7, 2003
School of Pharmacy Keynote Speaker: Racial &Ethnic Disparities in Organ Transplantation
UNIVERSITY OF VIENNA
VIENNA, AUSTRIA, OCTOBER 2000
Invited to serve as keynote speaker sponsored by the University of Vienna, University of Vienna Medical
School, and the local government to speak on the sex trafficking of women in Europe. My research
concerned the trafficking of African women, and more specifically, the lack of media and legal attention
regarding their plight.
GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL
BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA, JULY 2001
Distinguished Lecture on presumed consent legislation and the health of African American and indigenous
populations.
SELECTED LECTURES:
HARVARD LAW SCHOOL: JOURNAL OF GENDER &LAW (SPRING 2011)(INVITED LECTURE)
NEW SCHOOL FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH (SPRING 2010)(INVITED LECTURE)
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW SCHOOL: PENN LAW REVIEW SYMPOSIUM (FALL 2010)(INVITED
PRESENTATION)
INTERNATIONAL FORUM ON LEGAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES OF GIFTED/REWARDED ORGAN DONATION (FALL
2010)(PHILIPPINES)(INVITED LECTURE)
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA (FALL 2010)(INVITED PARTICIPANT )
TARRYTOWN GENETICS MEETING (SUMMER 2010)(INVITED PARTICIPANTS ONLY)
NPOC (FALL 2010)(INVITED LECTURE)
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL, MAY 2010
Conference Convener and Organizer with Professor Elizabeth Sussekind: Presentation: Disentangling
Myth and Method in International Human Trafficking
CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF BRAZIL
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL, MAY 2010
Conference Convener and Organizer with Professor Elizabeth Sussekind: Presentation: Disentangling
Myth and Method in International Human Trafficking

M. Bratcher Goodwin, Page 10
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LAW & SOCIETY ASSOCIATION
Ground Rules in Assisted Reproduction

CHICAGO, IL, MAY 2010

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL
SYRACUSE, NY, APRIL 2010
Workshop Presentation: A View From The Cradle: Reproduction and Tort Law
CAPITAL UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL
COLUMBUS, OH, MARCH 2010
Baby Markets and The Interstate Challenge of Determining Parentage
HAMLINE UNIVERSITY
MINNEAPOLIS, MN, MARCH 2010
Closing Remarks on Symposium focusing on race and medicine.
RUSH MEDICAL SCHOOL & HOSPITAL
Grand Rounds on Organ Trafficking

CHICAGO, IL, JANUARY 2010

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF LAW SCHOOLS
NEW ORLEANS, LA, JANUARY 2010
Section on Family Law: Private Law Regulation of Assisted Reproduction
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF LAW SCHOOLS
Section on Biotechnology & Law: Cyber Torts

NEW ORLEANS, LA, JANUARY 2010

INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDIES
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, DEC. 10, 2009
Assisted Reproductive Technologies: Have We Gone too Far, Who Should Pay?
THE MAYO CLINIC
Grand Rounds on Organ Trafficking

ROCHESTER, MN, DECEMBER 14, 2010

GEORGETOWN LAW SCHOOL
Workshop: Victim Negligence and Health Care Reform

WASHINGTON, DC OCTOBER 5, 2009

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS
CLEVELAND, OH, JUNE 3, 2009
Plenary Presenter: Teaching Health Law (invited Jake Linford to present my paper due to illness)
BARNARD COLLEGE
Invited Presenter, Policing The Womb

NEW YORK, NY, FEBRUARY 28, 2009

30TH ANNIVERSARY SYMPOSIUM UNIVERSITY OF PENN. INT’L L. J
Invited Roundtable Participant, Human Trafficking In Organs

PHIL., PA. FEB. 13, 2009

DUKE JOURNAL OF LAW & CONT. PROBLEMS
DURHAM, NC, JAN. 23, 2009
Patient Negligence (co-authored with Song Richardson) (invited participant)

UNIVERSITY OF ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL
Distinguished Lecture Series

ST. LOUIS, MO, OCTOBER 17, 2008

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS
PHILADELPHIA, PA, JUNE 6, 2008
Avoiding Repugnance: Why We Shouldn’t Although We Might Want To
LAW AND SOCIETY ASSOCIATION
The Free Market Approach To Adoption

MONTREAL, CANADA, MAY 29, 2008

HARVARD UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL
CAMBRIDGE, MASS, MARCH 12, 2008
Avoiding Repugnance: Why We Shouldn’t Although We Might Want To

M. Bratcher Goodwin, Page 11
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UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW SCHOOL
CHICAGO, IL, FEBRUARY 27, 2008
Casting: Hate Speech, Symbols, & License (sponsored by BLSA)
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW SCHOOL
CHICAGO, IL, FEBRUARY 7, 2008
Prosecuting The Womb (Regulation of Family, Sex, and Gender Workshop)

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF LAW SCHOOLS
NEW YORK, NY, JANUARY 4, 2008
Contested Commodities: Reframing The Debate on Financial Incentives in the Supply of Genetic Materials
GEORGE WASHINGTON LAW SCHOOL
WASHINGTON, DC, NOVEMBER 2, 2007
Policing The Womb: Reproduction, Access, and Thoughts on Eugenics
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW SCHOOL
The Organ and Tissue Taboo (faculty workshop)

CHICAGO, IL, NOVEMBER 1, 2007

EMORY UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, OCTOBER 29, 2007
Annual Torts Lecture (sponsored by the Feminist Legal Theory Workshop)
GEORGE WASHINGTON LAW SCHOOL
WASHINGTON, DC, OCT. 2007
Policing The Womb: Reproduction, Access, and Thoughts on Eugenics
LAW & SOCIETY ASSOCIATION
What is Flesh?

BERLIN, GERMANY, JULY 24, 2007

AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS
Plenary Speaker: Teaching Health Law

BOSTON, MA,, JUNE 1, 2007

CHICAGO KENT LAW SCHOOL
Who Owns The Body

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, MAY 20, 2007

ILLINOIS HUMANITIES COUNCIL
Genetic Privacy & Race

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, MAY 23, 2007

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
CAMBRIDGE, MASS., MARCH 9, 2007
Testing The Limits of Civil Liability for Wrongful Usage of Body Parts (Closing Key Note Lecture)
SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL
BOSTON, MASS., FEBRUARY 28, 2007
Private Ordering and The Negotiation For Body Parts: Does Race Really Matter? (invited lecture)
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA CHAPEL HILL
Intimacy and Private Ordering (invited lecture)

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., FEBRUARY 13, 2007

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF LAW SCHOOLS
Private Ordering and Social Justice (invited lecture)

WASHINGTON, D.C., JANUARY 3-7, 2007

DUKE UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL
DURHAM, N.C., OCTOBER 16, 2006
Why The Ability To Negotiate Is Non-Negotiable (invited workshop)
BOSTON COLLEGE
The Legal Status of Stem Cells (invited lecture)

CHESTNUT HILL, MASS.., OCT. 14, 2006

UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA LAW SCHOOL
Private Ordering and Social Justice (invited workshop)

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., OCTOBER 11, 2006

WORLD CONGRESS ON LAW AND MEDICINE

TOULOUSE, FRANCE, AUGUST 8, 2006

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Patients’ Rights: A Real or Illusory Concept?
FEMINIST ASSOCIATION OF BIOETHICS CONGRESS
BEIJING, CHINA AUGUST 4, 2006
Panel Convener: Law and Politics of Reproduction: Race, Culture, and Economics
LAW AND SOCIETY SUMMER INSTITUTE
Regulating Organ Markets (invited faculty)

JOHANNESBURG, SA, JULY 20, 2006

AMERICAN ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE
WASHINGTON, DC, JUNE 12, 2006
Buy or Die Symposium: Redefining The Debate On Incentives In Organ Procurement (invited participant)
30TH ANNUAL HEALTH LAW TEACHERS’ CONFERENCE
BALTIMORE, MD JUNE 3, 2006
ART & The Doublebind: The Illusory Choice of Motherhood
HARVARD UNIVERSITY
CAMBRIDGE, M.A., MARCH 10-12, 2006
European Law Research Center, Conference Moderator and Speaker on Contracts & Commodities (invited
lecture)
HASTINGS LAW SCHOOL
SAN FRANCISCO, C.A., MARCH 1, 2006
The Color of Consent & The Use of Vulnerable Participants in Foreign Clinical Trials (invited lecture)
FEMINIST LEGAL THEORY WORKSHOP
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, JANUARY 27-28, 2006
Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis: The New Eugenics or Parental Responsibility? Race, Class, and the
Aesthetic of Choice
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF LAW SCHOOLS
WASHINGTON, D.C., JANUARY 4, 2006
Commentator, Race, Markets and the Future of Pharmaceutical Development Section Panel (invited
participant)
GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL
WASHINGTON, D.C., JANUARY 3, 2006
The Body as The Commodity (invited speaker)(sponsored by Socio-Economics and The Law Section of
AALS)
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY
TORONTO, CANADA, NOVEMBER 17, 2005
Homicide and the Inappropriate Use of Post-Operative Human Subjects (invited speaker)
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LEGAL FORUM
U. OF CHICAGO, OCTOBER 28, 2005
The Use of Takings Theory in the Settlement of Biotech Claims & Body Property Disputes (invited speaker)
ILLINOIS CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION AUTHORITY
CHICAGO, SEPTEMBER 6, 2005
Presumed Consent Laws & Homicide: Debating the Appropriate Use of Human Materials (invited lecturer)
WORLD CONGRESS ON LAW & MEDICINE
SEOUL, KOREA AUGUST 18, 2005
Reproductive Altruism
NATIONAL MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
NEW YORK, NY, JULY 27, 2005
Policing The Wombs of Undesirable Mothers (invited speaker)
AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW SOCIETY
Supreme Court Update

CHICAGO, IL, JULY 1, 2005

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS
Compelling Organ Donations from Children

HOUSTON, TEX, JUNE 3, 2005

NATIONAL HISPANIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
LOS ANGELES, CA, APRIL 2, 2005
Mandatory Medical Ethics & National Exam: What Can Be Learned From The Legal Model?

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BOSTON COLLEGE LAW SCHOOL
NEWTON, MA, MARCH 11, 2005
Invited commentator on panel honoring Ruth Arlene Howe (invited speaker)
The Cost of A Baby
JENNER & BLOCH
CHICAGO, IL, MARCH 4,, 2005
Precious Commodities: The Supply & Demand of Body Parts (DePaul Law School Symposium)
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW SCHOOL
CHICAGO, IL, FEBRUARY 23, 2005
The Slippery Slope of Raced Based Drugs (invited speaker of the ACS)
WASHINGTON & LEE LAW SCHOOL
LEXINGTON, VA FEBRUARY 21, 2005
Reproductive Altruism: Limiting Donative Transfers From Children (invited speaker)
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII
HONOLULU, HAWAII, JANUARY 18-19, 2005
Natural Born Killers: Heart Disease and Obesity in African American Communities
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF LAW SCHOOLS
SAN FRANSISCO, CA, JANUARY 6, 2005
Clinical Trials in Africa: An International Perspective on Informed Consent
MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, NOV. 12, 2004
Moral Distress and the Role of Law in Biotech Advancement: How We Regulate Body Trading
7TH WORLD CONGRESS ON BIOETHICS
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, NOV. 10, 2004
Robbing Peter to Supply Paul: The Inappropriate Use of Children in Compelled Organ Donation
AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
CHICAGO, IL, NOVEMBER 6, 2004
Domestic Violence and Fiduciary Responsibilities: The Entanglements of Law, Medicine & Social Policy
KELLSTADT SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
CHICAGO, IL, OCTOBER 21, 2004
11h Annual International Business Ethics Conference (invited speaker)
The Ethics of Body Trading: Creating a Normative Discourse on the Role of Law in Biotech Advancement
UNIVERSITY OF IOWA LAW SCHOOL
IOWA CITY, IA, OCTOBER 8, 2004
Assisted Reproductive Technology and Fiduciary Neglect (invited speaker)
15TH WORLD CONGRESS ON MEDICAL LAW
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, AUGUST 4, 2004
Reproductive Altruism: Nuances, Judicial Authority & Harms Posed to Children
AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW SOCIETY
CHICAGO, IL, JULY 7, 2004
2003-2004 Supreme Court Review (Invited Speaker on the Alien Torts Claim Act)
LAW & SOCIETY MEETING
Altruism’s Limits: The Tyranny of the Living Gift

CHICAGO, IL, MAY 27, 2004

HARVARD CIVIL RIGHTS PROJECT
CAMBRIDGE, MA, MAY 18, 2004
Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Care Treatment (Invited Roundtable Participant)
UNIVERSITY OF IOWA LAW SCHOOL
IOWA CITY, IA, OCTOBER 3, 2003
Disparate Treatment: Race and Maternal Drug Usage (invited speaker)
MICHIGAN STATE LAW SCHOOL
DETROIT, MICHIGAN, OCTOBER 10, 2003
International Clinical Trials and the Alien Torts Claim Act (invited speaker)
INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON LAW & MENTAL HEALTH
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, SEPTEMBER 30, 2003
Plenary: Towards Inclusive Health Care Policies in a Changing World (Discussant)

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UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON
MADISON, WI APRIL 26, 2003
The ―Feeble Woman‖ and Reproductive Discrimination (invited speaker)
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL
Using Civil Rights Legislation To Remedy Tissue Stealing

WASHINGTON, D.C., APRIL 10-12, 2003

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA, MARCH 15,2003
Peer Sexual Harassment in the Public School Setting (invited speaker to the Conference on Public Service)
STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, MARCH 12, 2003
Honored recipient of Trail Blazing Women Award and panelist on women, work and family
WASHINGTON & LEE LAW SCHOOL
LEXINGTON, VA, JANUARY 31, 2003
Altruism’s Limits: Organ Demand, Race & Politics (invited panelist)
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS
INDIANAPOLIS, IN, JUNE 6, 2002
Conducted workshop on drug technology and race, exploring whether race is a biological factor that alters
the effectiveness of drug therapies.
LAW & SOCIETY ASSOCIATION
Racial Profiling in Organ Transplantation

VANCOUVER, CANADA, MAY 30, 2002

MONTREAL-PHILIPPE PINEL INSTITUTE
Emerging Issues in Health Care Disparities

MONTREAL, QUEBEC, APRIL 4, 2002

NATIONAL REPARATIONS FORUM
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, MARCH 23, 2002
Are Reparations A Remedy For Antebellum Health Care Atrocities?(invited panelist with Sen. Carol
Mosley Braun and Professor Charles Ogletree)
INT’L CONGRESS ON LAW & MENTAL HEALTH
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder in Communities of Color

MONTREAL, CANADA, JULY 3, 2001

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF LAW, MEDICINE & ETHICS
BOSTON, MA, JUNE 1, 2001
Cultural Competency in Health Care Delivery (conducted workshop)
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
MADISON, WI, SPRING 2001
Invited lecturer and discussant to critique Louise White’s paper on religion, spirituality, and the body.
HARVARD UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL
CAMBRIDGE, MA, NOVEMBER 17, 2000
Invited to provide comment at the 2000 Harvard Civil Rights Project Symposium focusing on the overidentification of students of color in special education. Chaired a highly distinguished panel and
presented qualitative data on equity issues in special education.
EUROPEAN CRITICAL LEGAL STUDIES CONFERENCE
Social Contract Theory and Human Body Part Supply

HELSINKI, FINLAND, SEPTEMBER 15, 2000

XXVTH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON LAW & MENTAL HEALTH
SIENNA, ITALY, JULY 12-15, 2000
Sex, Theory & Practice: Sexual Harassment in The Public School Setting
DEPAUL UNIVERSITY (SYMP. ON WOMEN & RELIGION)
Women, Mental Health & The Church

CHICAGO, IL SEPTEMBER, 2000

4TH CONGRES INTERNATIONAL (SUR L’ENFANT)
School Violence & Mental Health

MONTREAL, QUEBEC, OCTOBER 1999

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CRITICAL LEGAL CONFERENCE
LONDON, ENGLAND, SEPTEMBER 1999
The Transformation of the Human Body: Religion, Ethics & Personhood
XXIVTH INT’L CONGRESS ON LAW & MENTAL HEALTH
TORONTO, ONTARIO, JUNE 13-18, 1999
Unclaimed Faces of Mental Illness: Exploring the Intersections of Race, Gender and Class
LAW & SOCIETY
Beyond Madness: Women, Sexuality & The Law.

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, MAY 27-30, 1999

CRITICAL LEGAL CONFERENCE
LANCASTER, ENGLAND, SEPTEMBER 1998
Law & Education: Ritalin—The New Drug of Choice?
XXIIIRD INT’L CONGRESS ON LAW & MENTAL HEALTH
PARIS, FRANCE, JUNE 28-JULY 3, 1998
The Parasitic Relationship Between Mental Health and Poverty: Love, Tragedy and Sex – Mental Illness
and Madness in Jane Eyre
1998 BLACK WOMEN’S CONFERENCE
Affirmative Action and College Access (invited speaker)

U. OF KENTUCKY, MARCH 11, 1998

3RD ANNUAL MAPOCC SCHOLARSHIP CONFERENCE
Women In The Attic: Law, Literature and Mental Illness

RUTGERS LAW SCHOOL, JANUARY 31, 1998

RACE & WHITENESS CONFERENCE
U. OF KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 13-14, 1997
Racial Anxiety: Exploring the Myths and Realities Behind Liberal Racism
CRITICAL LEGAL CONFERENCE
DUBLIN, IRELAND, SEPTEMBER 6, 1997
Race, Gender and Mental Illness in Literature: An Exploration of Victorian Era Scruples

VIII.

BRIEF SUMMARY OF MEDIA APPEARANCES AND INTERVIEWS (2000-2010)


















Regular pundit on Upfront (viewed internationally)(2003-Present).
NY Times, What is Your Reaction to the News About International Adoption?, (quoted),
April 16, 2010.
NPR News (featured guest)—On Point Program, April 15, 2010.
BBC, On air: Do adoptive parents have the right to return their child?, (quoted)
April 15, 2010 (Claudia Bradshaw, author).
Wisconsin Public Radio, (featured guest), Kathleen Dunn Show, April 14, 2010.
CBS Radio News, (interviewed), April 13, 2010.
BBC World Service, (interviewed), April 12, 2010.
Minnesota Lawyer, (interviewed) April 5, 2010.
Regular guest on WVON Radio (Chicago) (discussing bioethics and biotechnology issues).
Chicago Tribune, November 19, 2008, In Sluggish Economy, Plasma-Giving Pulsates,
(quoted) )(Robert Mitchum, author)
Interviewed by Minneapolis Public Radio (July 2008)(discussing Barack Obama Campaign)
Interviewed by NPR (regarding tissue sales to cosmetic firms)(April/May 2008)
Interviewed by BBC (regarding illicit tissue sales in the United States)(Summer and Fall
2007)
WTTY (PBS) Interviewed about BLACK MARKETS (Goodwin, Cambridge U Press) (July 27,
2007)
Interviewed by the Economist magazine during the period of September-November 2006.
Interviewed by New Scientist Magazine, September 2, 2006 on international tissue banks.
Interviewed by Reason Magazine, Fall 2006, on why ban on incentives in transplantations
should be lifted (subsequent article: Kerry Howley, Who Owns Your Body, Reason Mag)

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IX.

Interviewed by Chicago Lawyer Magazine, September 2006, on women in the legal
profession.
Interviewed by the Associated Press several times during summer 2006 resulting in
syndicated articles appearing in over 100 newspapers.
Interviewed by Sunday Mail (Australia) on international black markets in tissues, July 16,
2006.
Black Markets: The Supply & Demand of Body Parts featured as a “Hot Off The Press” item
in the Wisconsin State Journal, April 9, 2006.
Interviewed/featured in the Herald (Glasgow), March 6, 2006 for research on transplantation.
Interviewed by the Milwaukee Journal, March 4, 2006 on alternative organ procurement
plans.
Interviewed by ABC News (Chicago), February 22, 2006 on the politics of elite health care.
WTTW, Chicago Tonight, Guest on Body Part Trading Segment, Thursday, February 2, 2006
Interviewed by Chicago Tribune, June 15, 2005 on racial profiling and police stops.
Interviewed by Good Morning America, June 16, 2005 on racial profiling and police stops.
Interviewed by producers of 60 Minutes on adoption of black children internationally
(Feb.2005)
Interviewed by ABC News (Arizona) (September 2004) about the nonconsensual use and
appropriation of human tissues in medical research and commercial enterprise.
Featured in N’Digo Magazine (February 2003). Full page article.
Chicago Live (PBS Station), Guest Speaker on Reopening of Emit Till Case (June 2004)
Chicago Live (PBS Station), Guest Speaker on Mamie Till Mobley (January 2003)
Austin American Statesman, Interview on Cornea Removal (Aug. 2002)
Cox News Service, Reprint of Austin American Article (Aug. 2002)
Chicago Daily Herald, Interview on cloning (July 2002)
Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Reprint of Daily Herald Article (July 2002)
Interviewed by Chicago Tribune (February 2003)
Featured Panelist at Law Day organized by Rev. Jesse Jackson (May 2002)
Featured interview with the Australian Broadcast Channel (July 2001)

CHRONOLOGY OF ADMINISTRATIVE LEADERSHIP & SERVICE
University Administrative Service:
Member, Faculty Women’s Cabinet, University of Minnesota (2009-)
Advisor, Consortium on Law and Values in Health, Environment & the Life Sciences (2007-)
Member, Committee on Academic Programs (2002-07)(DePaul University)
Member of Executive Board, Centers and Institutes Committee (2003-07)(Exec. Board 2006)
Member, Center for the Study of Black Cultural Diaspora (2001-07)

Law School Administrative Service:
Director, Center for The Study of Race & Bioethics (2002-2007)
Director, Health Law Institute (2003-2007)

Law School Service:
Chair, Faculty Appointments (Entry Level)
Member, Appointments Committee (2000-present)
Advisor, Minnesota J. of Law, Science & Technology (2007-)
Advisor, Journal of Law & Inequality (Fall 2008-)
Member, Admissions Committee (2003-2007)
Member, Admissions, Recruitment & Scholarship Working Group (Wrote Final Report)
Advisor, Health Law Journal (2002-2007)
Advisor, Black Law Students’ Association (2005-2007)
Advisor, Women’s Law Caucus (2005-2007)
Advisor, Health Law Fellows Program (2003-2007)

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Advisor, Law Review Symposium (2002-2003, 2004-2005)
Member, Moot Court Inquiry Committee (Spring 2002)

Student Service:
Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (host at annual banquet 2002,2003,2004)
Exam Break Breakfast for Women Law Students (Sponsor and Host) (2005-07)
Annual Welcome for Students of Color at College of Law (Sponsor and Host) (2001-07)
Annual Dinner for Black Law Student Assoc. (Sponsor and Host) (2001-07)
Annual Spring Brunch for Black Women Law Students (Sponsor and Host) (2001-07)
Exam Break Breakfast for 1Ls (Section A Breakfast) (Sponsor and Host) (2004-07)
Journal of Health Care Law Reception, (Sponsor and Host) (2003-07)

SIGNIFICANT STATE SERVICE:
St.Paul-Minneapolis Council On Foreign Relations
MN (2009-)
Advisor, Illinois Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
Illinois (2008-2009)
Member, Jail/Mental Health Training Curriculum Development Sub-Comm.
Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority
Chicago, IL (2005-2008)
Board of Visitors, Southern Illinois University Law School
Carbondale, IL (2003-06)
Member, Task Force on Women as They Age
Chicago, IL (2002-06)
Fellow, Chicago Institute of Medicine
Chicago, IL (2004-2008)

SIGNIFICANT NATIONAL SERVICE:
Hastings Center Bioethics Forum
American Medical Association (Inst. For Ethics):
Ethical Force Program’s Patient Centered Communication Initiative
Chair, CRN, Biotechnology, Bioethics, & Law
Member, Law & Society Association
Chair, Boston College Law School Black Alumni Network-Midwest
Vice-Pres, Wisconsin Community Fund
Member, Education Equity Task Force Member
Cleveland Home For Girls (Board of Trustees)

(2006)
Chicago, IL (2004-8)
USA (2007-Present)
USA (1998-Present)
(2002-Present)
WI. (1999-’01,’90-’93)
Frankfort, KY(1995-00)
Versailles, KY(1996-00)

SIGNIFICANT INTERNATIONAL SERVICE:
Research Associate, Centre for Applied Somatechnics, Macquarie U
Exec. BD, Int’l Academy of Law & Mental Health
Chair, International Committee on Women & Mental Health
Adv. BD, Critical Legal Conference (Int’l Advisory BD.)

Sydney, Australia (2004-)
Montreal, CAN (1999-04)
Montreal, CAN (1999-04)
London, Eng (1997-01)

SIGNIFICANT ORGANIZATION SERVICE AND MEMBERSHIPS:
International Bar Association
American Bar Association
American Society of Bioethics and Humanities
American Society of Law, Medicine, & Ethics
Law & Society
American Public Health Association
World Association of Medical Law

X.

ADDITIONAL SKILLS & INTERESTS




Conversant in Italian. Studied: French, German & Hausa.
Interested in18th & 19th Century English literature, tennis, gardening, culinary arts, and
poetry.
Coached 7/8th grade volleyball at Alcott Elementary School (2003-2007).


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