On June 6, University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law Professor Jorge Contreras will present two papers describing his work on genomics law and policy at the 2017 ELSI Congress at University of Connecticut. ELSI stands for ethical, legal and social aspects of genetics research. The ELSI Congress brings together scholars from around the world to discuss and debate issues relating to law and policy relating to genetics. Professors Francis, Brown and Botkin of the University of Utah will also be participating in this conference.