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    June 12 – Public forum with Justice Rosemary Barkett and Justice Joseph Hatchett
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    September 15 – Discussion with Congresswoman Kathy Castor
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    September 27 – Domestic/Gender-Based Violence: A View from Kyrgyzstan
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    The Center for Governmental Responsibility (CGR) at the University of Florida Levin College of Law is a legal research and public policy center. Faculty at CGR teach primarily at the College of Law and conduct grant and contract-funded external research of the areas of environmental law, democracy and governance, privacy issues, international trade, and social policy. CGR provides experiences for law students to research, analyze and develop good public policy through applied research on matters of public importance. Our mission is to enhance opportunities for our students to become leaders and contributors to their communities. CGR has a long history of programs, collaborations, training and research throughout Central and South America, and in Poland. CGR recently celebrated four decades as one of Florida’s senior research and policy centers.

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