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Savannah Mayor's Statements Could Attract Legal Action

Monday, February 14, 2011

Visiting Professor William R. Corbett was quoted on WSAV TV regarding potential lawsuits that could be filed in light of a mayor's comments concerning his criteria for a city manager in Savannah, Ga. The segment was written by Alice Massimi and appeared on 2/11/11.


Courting Trouble: Why congressional efforts to hobble the EPA may result in a lot more environmental regulation

Friday, February 11, 2011

Associate Professor Peter A. Appel has authored an article in Slate magazine regarding several newly proposed congressional bills that would strip the EPA of its authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. The article appeared on 2/10/11.


Faivre places second in FBA tax law writing competition

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Congratulations to second-year law student Stephen R. Faivre who earned second place for his paper "An Imprudent Proposal: The Case Against Restricting the CUT Method in U.S. Transfer Pricing" in the Federal Bar Association Donald C. Alexander Tax Law Writing Competition. His paper will be published in the Report, the FBA Tax Section's newsletter. A revised version will also be published in the June 2011 issue of The Federal Lawyer.


Student sends support from Iraq

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Second-year law student Lt. David M. Reed was featured in The Red and Black regarding his decision to take a break from law school to serve our country's armed forces in Iraq. The article was written by Drew Hooks and appeared on 12/7/10.


Lawmaker proposes relabeling rape victims as 'accusers'

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Director of the Criminal Defense Clinic Russell C. Gabriel was quoted on CNN.com regarding a Georgia State Rep.'s proposal to rename rape, stalking and domestic violence victims "accusers" during trial in an effort to reduce potential emotional bias in jury members. The article appeared on 2/7/11.

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