'Genomics for Judges'

Working in tandem with the Supreme Court of Illinois and its Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts, the Illinois Judicial Conference Committee on Education, the Institute for Genomic Biology at the University of Illinois organized and ran an educational seminar last November dubbed "Genomics for Judges" that was designed to equip court officials to better handle legal questions involving DNA sequencing and analysis as well as related technologies.

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