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Posted April 11, 2011

Garrett Named a Winner in UVA Inauguration Poster Competition

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Professor Brandon Garrett's poster, "Convicting the Innocent," was named winner of the Law, Business, Policy, & Education category of the University of Virginia inauguration poster competition.

The competition, one of several events this week marking the inuaguration of UVA President Teresa A. Sullivan, attracted 220 entries from hundreds of faculty members and students, and 18 entries in Garrett's category. The posters are on display this week in the Rotunda.

Several other law professors also entered the competition, which was designed to highlight the role of research at the University. Professor Chris Sprigman's poster, "The Creativity Effect," was a finalist in the law category. Click on the images below to view full-size posters.

Sprigman poster Bonnie poster
The Creativity Effect
Entered by Christopher Sprigman, Professor of Law and Christopher Buccafusco, Chicago-Kent College of Law
Facilitating Use of Advance Directives by People with Mental Illness: An Implementation Study
Entered by Richard Bonnie, LL.B.; Tanya Wancheck, Ph.D.; Laura McLaughlin, M.P.H. and Duke University Team Members: Jeffrey Swanson, Ph.D.; Christine Wilder, M.D.
Monahan poster Riley poster
Mandated Community Treatment for Mental Illness
Entered by John Monahan, Ph.D., Principal Investigator, John S. Shannon Distinguished Professor of Law, Horace W. Goldsmith Research Professor of Law
Health Heritage - GenE EMR: A Genomic and Personalized Medicine Application for Population and Public Health
Entered by Wendy Cohn, Amy Askew, Ruth Gaare Bernheim, David Chen (M.D. '14), Wei Min Chen, James Childress, Emily Williams Guffey, Jim Harrison, Deborah Henderson, Melissa Henretta, Susan Jones, Jason Lyman, Amalia Miller, Susan Modesitt, Wendy Novicoff, John Philbrick, Steve Powell, Margaret Foster Riley, Mary Ropka, Mark Smolkin, Josyf Mychaleckyj, Allen Strickler (M.D. '11), Matthew Thomas, William Knaus