The National Association of Women Judges will hold its 37th annual conference on October 7-11 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The conference draws hundreds of state and federal judges and administrators from across the country. The theme of the conference is “With Liberty and Justice for All” and features several current and former S.J. Quinney College of Law professors. On October 8, Professor Clifford Rosky will participate on a panel discussing LGBT rights and religious liberties, Professor Randy Dryer will moderate a panel on the impact of media and social media on high profile criminal cases and former professor Emily Chang will discuss the national school to prison pipeline. On October 9, Professor Teneille Brown will discuss the evidentiary issues involving magnetic images to the brain.