Barnett publishes article in the North Carolina Law Review

Friday, February 14, 2014

Assistant Professor Kent Barnett has published "To the Victor Goes the Toil - Remedies for Regulated Parties in Separation-of-Powers Litigation" in 92 North Carolina Law Review 481 (2014).


Georgia Law prof available for comment on USPS financial services proposal

Thursday, February 13, 2014

A new proposal by the U.S. Postal Service Office of the Inspector General suggests the agency could offer financial services, and a University of Georgia faculty member and expert on the subject, Mehrsa Baradaran, says this could be beneficial to underbanked consumers and those on the lower end of the socioeconomic scale. Baradaran, an assistant professor at the law school, is available to comment on the proposal for the USPS to offer loans and other financial services. She can be contacted at mehrsa@uga.edu.


Entrapment defense is seldom successful

Friday, February 7, 2014

Director of the Criminal Defense Clinic Russell C. Gabriel was featured in the Gainesville Times regarding his thoughts on the legal concept of "entrapment." The article was written by Emma Witman and appeared on 1/26/14.


Bankruptcy: What it is, when to file, FAQ and more

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Assistant Professor Kent H. Barnett was featured on Cardhub.com regarding his thoughts on how often bankruptcies are misrepresented on credit reports. The article was written by Odysseas Papadimitriou and appeared on 1/30/14.


Coenen publishes article in Boston College Law Review

Thursday, January 30, 2014

University Professor & Caldwell Chair in Constitutional Law Dan T. Coenen has published "The Filibuster and the Framing: Why the Cloture Rule Is Unconstitutional and What To Do About It" in 55 Boston College Law Review 39 (2014).

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