Emory Law Professors Lead Continuing Education Series, Mini Law School

Some of Emory Law’s most-respected professors will teach a series of public lectures for the university’s continuing education program, Mini Law School, which starts Tuesday, Feb. 7. Topics include the First Amendment, Islamic...[more]


Satz, Fineman Discuss Adapting Animal Law to Reflect Experience

As part of Emory University’s continuing “Life of the Mind” Series, Emory Law Associate Professor Ani Satz will discuss “Animals and Humans: Making Law More Responsive to Lived Experience,” at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1, in the...[more]


Woodhouse and Students File Pro Affordable Care Act Supreme Court Brief

An amicus brief supporting the Affordable Care Act was filed today by L.Q.C. Lamar Professor of Law Barbara Bennett Woodhouse and Bondurant Mixon & Elmore LLP Partner Jeffrey Bramlett on behalf of eight child advocacy...[more]


Legal Teams Benefit from Process-Based Writing Checklists, Romig Says

Teams writing on complex legal issues need a roadmap and timetable to ensure success, writes Jennifer Murphy Romig in an article published in the December edition of the Georgia Bar Journal. Romig is an instructor at Emory Law’s...[more]


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