Emory Law Faculty Well Represented at 2009 ALEA Annual Meeting
Four Emory Law faculty members presented scholarly papers at the prestigious American Law and Economics Association (ALEA) 2009 Annual Meeting, held May 15-16 at the University of San Diego School of Law.
Jonathan Nash presented his paper, “Scott v. Harris and the Regulation of Risk: Lessons for, and from, Environmental Law” at the Issues in Risk and Information panel.
Joanna Shepherd presented “Separation Or Unification Of Power?: The Strategic Voting of Judges Facing Reappointment” at the Political Economy: Elected v. Appointed Judges panel. Professor Shepherd also served as chair for The Political Economy of Regulation panel.
Fred Tung presented his paper, “Leverage in the Boardroom: The Unsung Influence of Private Lenders in Corporate Governance” at the Business Bankruptcy panel.
Alexander “Sasha” Volokh, who joins the Emory Law faculty this fall, presented “Property Rights and Contract Form in Medieval Europe” at the Law and Development panel.