Professor Peter A. Appel will deliver a talk titled "Wilderness and the Judiciary" at a Florida State University faculty workshop in September.
In a recent study, Georgia Law Post Professor Paul J. Heald and Susannah Chapman, a Ph.D student in the anthropology department, compared the availability of varieties in commercial vegetable seed catalogs in 1903 to those available in 2004. Their results argue against the conventional wisdom that the 20th century was a disaster for vegetable crop diversity.
Professor Jason M. Solomon delivered a talk titled "The Legitimacy of the Civil Jury" at Florida State University's Faculty Colloquium in September.
Professor Milner S. Ball has published Why Law, Why Religion? - A Conversation Between a Lawyer and a Theologian, 24 Journal of Law and Religion 367 (2009).
Associate Dean Paul M. Kurtz was recently named chair of the drafting committee on the Visitation and Custody Issues Affecting Military Personnel and Their Families Act in response to the complex problems confronting military personnel involved in custody and visitation disputes.