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    • Day2, Panel 1: The Buddha as Lawgiver: Monastic and Secular Communities 

      George Dreyfus, Facilitator, Religious Studies, Williams College Rebecca French, UB Law Andrew Huxley, (by remote telecast) Law, Centre of South East Asian Studies and Centre of Buddhism Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London Frank Reynolds, History of Religions and Buddhist Studies, University of Chicago Divinity School Vesna Wallace, Religious Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara (2011-10-11)
    • Panel 2: Social Change and Buddhism: Buddhism’s Effect on Different Legal Systems in Asia 

      David Engel, Facilitator, UB Law Timothy Brook, History and Academic Director, Contemporary Tibetan Studies Program, Institute of Asian Research, St. John’s College, University of British Columbia * Leslie Gunawardana, University of Perideniya, Sri Lanka * Richard Whitecross, Socio-Legal Studies, University of Edinburgh * Fernanda Pirie, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford (2011-10-13)
    • Panel 3: Social Change and Conscience, Self and Society 

      Kenneth Ehrenberg, Co-facilitator, UB Philosophy and Law Winnifred Sullivan, Co-facilitator, UB Law; on leave for 2006-07 at the National Humanities Center George Hezel, UB Law, Director of Affordable Housing Clinic James Magavern, Law Practitioner and UB Law Lobsang Shastri, Librarian of the Tibetan Works and Archives, Dharamsala, India; Central Eurasian Studies, Indiana University Kenneth Shockley, UB Philosophy (2011-10-13)