The University of Iowa College of Law has two upcoming lectures available to both law students and the public in the next month.
The first, titled "Outcasts from the Vote: Women Suffrage and Disability Over the Long Nineteenth Century in the United States," will be in the Levitt Center at 5 p.m., March 23. It is presented by Rabia Belt of Stanford Law and made possible by the Stanley and Gail Richards Endowed Fund for Disability Law.
The second brings Gary Born, chair of WilmerHale's International Arbitration Practice Group to speak on "BITs, BATs, and Buts: Reflections on International Dispute Resolution." His lecture is the spring James Fraser Smith Lecture, scheduled in Levitt Auditorium at 4 p.m., April 6.