Faculty Members Discuss Research at Law and Society Association Meeting June 04, 2013 Four members of the law school faculty served as panelists at the Law and Society Association’s annual meeting in Boston May 30 to June 2. Professor Tabatha Abu El-Haj participated in a roundtable discussion on Governing Protest in the United States and Europe and chaired two panels, Between Policy and Jurisprudence: The Elements of Judicial Reasoning and the History of Libel and Privacy in American Law. Professor Rose Corrigan presented a paper, “Let’s Not Panic: Progressives and the Problem of Sex Crimes Legislation” at a panel entitled “Men at the Center of Analysis: Learning from Men’s Experiences and Representations of Masculinity.” She also chaired a panel on Prostitution in Precarious Times: Socio-Legal Explorations of the Politics, Practice and Policing of Commercial Sex and Sex Trafficking. Professor Anil Kalhan was chair and discussant for a panel on How Social Changes Affect Participatory Politics and Legal Orders. Professor Emily Zimmerman presented her paper, “Should Law Professors Have a Continuing Practice Experience (CPE) Requirement,” at a panel on Legal Education in Transition. She also chaired a panel on Comparative and Critical Perspectives on Legal Education.