An-Na’im cited in article on Libya’s future

A Huffington Post column by Emory Law’s Abdullahi Ahmed’s An-Na'im was cited in an Aug. 23 article published in The Christian Post on whether Libya might transition from a dictatorship to a theocracy. An-Na'im is the Charles...[more]


Blank Says Zero Civilian Casualties Claim Deserves Another Look

More than 100 U.S. military drone missile strikes have been launched against al Qaeda and Taliban targets in Pakistan since January 2010. Yet the CIA announced last week that drone strikes had caused zero civilian casualties...[more]


Fineman’s Vulnerability Research Cited in Annual Feminist Conference

The Barnard Center for Research on Women announced its 37th Annual Scholar and Feminist Conference will be dedicated to exploring the concept of vulnerability. In doing so, organizers cited the influence of Emory Law’s Robert W....[more]


Professor Kay Levine Discusses West Memphis Three

Three men convicted of killing three 8-year-old Cub Scouts in 1993 may be freed under an agreement that allows them to plead innocent, while acknowledging prosecutors likely have enough evidence to win a conviction. A hearing for...[more]


Inefficient Delinquent Property Tax Collection Costs Philadelphia $472 Million

Among America’s major cities, Philadelphia has the worst overall enforcement record of collecting delinquent property taxes — an “astronomical” rate, according to Emory Law Professor Frank S. Alexander. An investigation and...[more]


Professor Cloud Discusses APS Cheating Scandal on WSB-TV

Emory Law Professor Morgan Cloud was interviewed by Atlanta's WSB-TV discussing the Atlanta Public School System cheating scandal.  Watch the video >[more]


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