Visiting Assistant Professor Shawn Bayern. Bayern graduated from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law in 2006, and received his BS in Computer Science from Yale University in 1999. His research focuses on common-law issues and the workings of courts. Before his legal career, Bayern worked in computing research at Yale University. There, he developed the Central Authentication Service (CAS), a software framework for computer security which has been adopted worldwide by many universities (including some parts of Duke). Invited attendees may reserve a lunch by accepting Nancy Cheek's GroupWise appointment. For more information, contact Nancy Cheek at email@example.com.
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