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Barnett serves as reporter for the federal government's Model Adjudication Rules

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Hosch Associate Professor Kent Barnett served as the reporter for the Administrative Conference of the United States’ (ACUS) Model Adjudication Rules (MARs) Working Group, which has published revised MARs. These rules, which have not been revised since their establishment in 1993, are designed to be used by all federal agencies in their hearings. The working group, comprised of academics, agency officials and practitioners, helped to revise these rules. ACUS, the independent federal agency charged with providing research and recommendations to improve the federal bureaucracy, posted the final revised rules in the Federal Register.


Greenaway selected for King & Spalding Diversity Fellowship

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Congratulations to second-year student Amber D. Greenaway for receiving King & Spalding's 2019 Diversity Fellowship. Each year, the law firm awards up to five fellowships to qualified law students who "show promise of contributing meaningfully to the diversity of the legal community." The law firm selected Greenaway due to her credentials and experience.


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West presents at Tulane University Law School

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Brumby Distinguished Professor in First Amendment Law Sonja R. West presented on two panels titled "The Rising Distrust of Journalism in the Courts" and "The Path Forward" at the Tulane University Law School conference on "Privacy, News, and the Future of the Freedom of the Press" during September.


Peters featured in The Washington Post

Monday, October 1, 2018

Assistant Professor Jonathan Peters was featured in The Washington Post regarding his thoughts on perceptions of the U.S. Supreme Court. The article titled "Partisan politics and Kavanaugh's defiant words put Supreme Court in unwelcome spotlight" was written by Robert Barnes and Carol Leonnig, and published 9/29/18.


Ringhand mentioned in Empirical SCOTUS

Monday, October 1, 2018

Hosch Professor Lori A. Ringhand's research was mentioned in Empirical SCOTUS regarding past U.S. Supreme Court judicial nomination processes. The article titled "Will Kavanaugh's Confirmation Hearings Provide Any Useful Information?" was written by Adam Feldman and published 9/5/18.

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