Baradaran's book reviewed in JOTWELL

Monday, August 13, 2018

Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives & Alston Associate Chair in Corporate Law Mehrsa Baradaran's book The Color of Money: Black Banks and the Racial Wealth Gap was reviewed by Tom C.W. Lin in JOTWELL (Aug. 13, 2018). In the review, he said Baradaran "offers a great starting point for anyone thinking about possible solutions to the persistent problems that implicate money and race."


Baradaran's book reviewed in Northside Woman

Monday, August 13, 2018

Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives & Alston Associate Chair in Corporate Law Mehrsa Baradaran's book The Color of Money: Black Banks and the Racial Wealth Gap was reviewed in Northside Woman. The review titled "Teaching by the book" was written by Kathy Des Jardins Cioffi and published 8/1/18. 


Chambliss featured in Albany Herald

Monday, August 13, 2018

Sanders Political Leadership Scholar Saxby Chambliss was featured in the Albany Herald for receiving the 2018 Georgia Farm Bureau Commodity Award, which is one of the organization's highest honors and is given to individuals who have supported and promoted Georgia agriculture. The article titled "Chambliss receives Farm Bureau award" was published 8/12/18.


Six professors receive promotions

Monday, August 13, 2018

Congratulations to Mehrsa Baradaran, Kent Barnett, Christopher M. Bruner, Jason A. Cade, Nathan S. Chapman and Hillel Y. Levin for receiving promotions. Baradaran now holds the Robert Cotten Alston Associate Chair in Corporate Law. Barnett became a J. Alton Hosch Associate Professor of Law. Bruner was named the Stembler Family Distinguished Professor in Business Law. Levin assumed the Alex W. Smith Professorship of Law. Additionally, Cade was awarded tenure, while Chapman was promoted to associate professor with tenure.


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Hellerstein's treatise noted by the Oregon Supreme Court

Friday, August 10, 2018

Distinguished Research Professor & Shackelford Distinguished Professor in Taxation Law Emeritus Walter Hellerstein's treatise State Taxation was noted by the Oregon Supreme Court in Capital One Auto Finance, Inc. v. Department of Revenue, 363 Or. 441 (2018) for its discussion of the “complex history of Commerce Clause restrictions on state taxation, and describing Spector Motor  as ‘high water mark’ of recent cases restricting state taxation.”

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