Charlotta E. Sanders (Mechanical Engineering) and Mark Callis Sanders’ paper titled, "Three Blind Mice — Low-dose Radiation, Epidemiology and the Law,” was presented at the International Nuclear Law Association’s (INLA) 2022 Nuclear Inter Jura by Mark Sanders. The meeting was held at the Willard Hotel in Washington, D.C., on October 24-28, 2022, and brought together experts in nuclear law. INLA was founded in Brussels, Belgium, in 1970 by a group of nuclear lawyers. INLA seeks to promote the study of legal issues associated with the peaceful uses of nuclear energy and to encourage the exchange of information in this field. Every two years, INLA organizes a Congress called “Nuclear Inter Jura” in which nuclear lawyers and specialists worldwide participate. INLA membership counts some 500 members. Sanders serves as chair of INLA’s Radiological Protection working group and as a member of INLA’s board of management.