An-Na’im Receives 2011 James Weldon Johnson Medal for Human Rights

In recognition of his contributions to international human rights, Charles Howard Candler Professor of Law Abdullahi An-Na’im has been named one of five James Weldon Johnson medalists for 2011. The medals honor the legacy of...[more]

Gaddafi's desecration following death equals war crime, Blank says

For now it’s uncertain whether Libya’s dictator, Muammar Gaddafi, was killed during capture or executed afterward. However, footage showing the late leader stripped to the waist and dragged through the streets of Sirte...[more]

Freer discusses Supreme Court’s ground-breaking personal jurisdiction decisions

Emory Law’s Professor of Law Richard D. Freer was one of 13 panelists for the Oct. 14 symposium “Personal Jurisdiction for the 21st Century: The Implications of McIntyre and Goodyear Dunlop Tires,” presented by the South Carolina...[more]

Freer addresses Federal Appellate Procedure Advisory Committee

Richard D. Freer, the Robert Howell Hall Professor of Law at Emory Law, addressed the Advisory Committee on the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure Oct. 13, on the disconnect he sees between rulemaking bodies for the federal...[more]

Emory Law’s Blank a Visiting Fellow at University of North Dakota

This week, Laurie Blank, director of Emory Law’s International Humanitarian Law Clinic, lectured on current and historical influences on the laws of warfare—from Shakespeare’s Henry V to military use of drone bombs—at the...[more]

Alexander on banks opting to demolish vs. resell

In a market flooded with abandoned and foreclosed properties, in some cases banks are finding it more profitable to raze homes rather than try to resell them. Emory Law’s Sam Nunn Professor of Law Frank S. Alexander was quoted...[more]

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