Professor Duncan’s work cited in New Yorker Article on Juvenile Life Sentences

The work of Emory Law Professor Martha-Grace Duncan is cited in a January 2012 New Yorker article by Rachel Aviv titled, "No Remorse: Should a Teenager be Given a Life Sentence?" The story examines the trial and...[more]

Professor Hay Receives 2012 Honorary Doctorate from University of Pécs

This month, the faculty senate of the University of Pécs conferred the title of doctor of laws, honoris causa, to Emory’s L.Q.C. Lamar Professor of Law Peter Hay. He will be recognized at a November 2012 ceremony in...[more]

Emory Joins International Scholars at Risk Program for Academic Freedom

In the United States, it’s unthinkable that a professor could be exiled, imprisoned or killed for exercising academic freedom. But in an increasingly unstable political world, it happens frequently. In support of academics...[more]

Emory Law Mourns the Loss of Professor David Bederman

The Emory Law community mourns the loss of David J. Bederman, K. H. Gyr Professor of Private International Law, on Sunday, December 4. Bederman was 50. During his 20 years at Emory, Bederman taught courses and seminars on...[more]

Holbrook quoted on Apple, Samsung Efforts to Seal Court Documents

Information inadvertently included in a California federal court ruling Friday in a case between Apple and Samsung didn’t contain revelations, but did shed light on the companies’ efforts to keep research and patent licensing...[more]

Samsung Ruling in Australia Won’t Affect Apple Case in U.S., Holbrook Says

Samsung scored a rare victory Nov. 30 in the ongoing tablet war between its Galaxy Tab and the Apple iPad. But it’s unlikely the ruling by an Australian federal court will help Samsung’s chances in a similar patent lawsuit...[more]

Fineman Article on Vulnerability Cited for Insightfulness

An article by Robert W. Woodruff Professor of Law Martha A. Fineman was hailed as one of the most important recent examinations of the concept of vulnerability and how it affects law and public policy. Writing for Jotwell’s...[more]