The University of Georgia School of Law's alumni association recently presented its highest honor, the Distinguished Service Scroll Award, to Emmet J. Bondurant of Atlanta, Ga., and Kenneth "Ken" Klein of Washington, D.C. This award is given annually to individuals whose dedication and service to the legal profession and the law school deserve special recognition. These awards were presented during the school's alumni breakfast held in conjunction with the State Bar of Georgia Annual Meeting on June 20.
University of Georgia School of Law Assistant Professor Hillel Y. Levin is a constitutional law scholar, an expert on the Civil Rights Act and a Supreme Court observer. Today's Supreme Court ruling in Ricci v. DeStefano relates to all of these areas of interest.
Dean Rebecca Hanner White has been elected to the executive board of the U.S. branch of the International Society for Labor and Social Security Law.
Professor Paul J. Heald has published The Death of Law and Literature, 33 The Comparatist 20 (2009).
Professor Dan T. Coenen has published The Pros and Cons of Politically Reversible "Semisubstantive" Constitutional Rules, 77 Fordham Law Review 2835 (2009).