Amann delivers talk on the affect of armed conflicts on children

Monday, October 28, 2013

Woodruff Chair in International Law Diane Marie Amann participated in a panel discussion titled “Accounting for Children Affected by Armed Conflicts” as part of the 92nd Annual Meeting of the American Branch of the International Law Association at Fordham University School of Law during October.


Georgia trial flashes back to 1887 mass slaying of 9

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Professor Emeritus Donald E. Wilkes Jr. was quoted in the Daily Report regarding a recent murder trial and its relation to a 19th century ax murder case that he has researched and written about. The article was written by Russ Bynum and appeared on 10/20/13.


Dodge chosen for Next Generation Program

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Assistant Professor Jaime Dodge has been selected for the Next Generation Program of the 2013 National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges. The group of 40 bankruptcy attorneys is selected based upon their professional accomplishments to date, which have demonstrated the participants' potential to become highly respected members of the bankruptcy bar in coming years. Dodge was the only scholar selected for inclusion within the group, nominated by bankruptcy judges and law firm partners.


Lawsuit claims stripper fired for being pregnant

Friday, October 18, 2013

Callaway Chair Emeritus Ronald L. Carlson was quoted in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding a lawsuit filed by an exotic dancer claiming wrongful termination for being pregnant. The article was written by Marcus K. Garner and appeared on 10/18/13.


Dodge delivers talk on Article III tribunals

Friday, October 18, 2013

Assistant Professor Jaime L. Dodge presented “An ADR Process Approach to Article III Tribunals” at the Sixth Annual Junior Faculty Federal Court Workshop held at Brooklyn Law School during October. The workshop pairs a senior scholar with a panel of junior scholars presenting works-in-progress. Twenty junior scholars were chosen to participate from nearly 50 submissions.

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