Bederman Wins U.S. Supreme Court Case 6-3

Emory Law Professor David J. Bederman won his U.S. Supreme Court case, Ministry of Defense and Support for the Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran v. Elahi, by a 6-3 decision Tuesday.The Court overturned a decision by...[more]


Nourse to be Featured on Georgetown Panel and NPR

Emory Law Professor Victoria F. Nourse will be featured during a segment on History Behind the Headlines: Women and the Law on NPR’s Kojo Nnamdi Show at 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 21.Nourse is being included in the show for her work...[more]


An-Na'im Named 2009 Carnegie Scholar

Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na'im, Emory Law’s Howard Candler Professor of Law, has been named a 2009 Carnegie Scholar by the Carnegie Corp. of New York. An-Na’im was selected for his compelling ideas and commitment to enriching the...[more]


Turner Clinic Students Play Key Role in Plant Vogtle Hearing

Students working with the Turner Environmental Law Clinic have spent much of this semester preparing for a hearing before the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board (ASLB). The hearing, which took place March 16-19, will determine...[more]


Emory Law Professor and Alumna Win Good Apple Award

Emory Law Professor Frank S. Alexander and Emory Law alumna Teri Plummer McClure 88L are the recipients of the 2009 Good Apple Award, presented by the Georgia Appleseed Center for Law and Justice. Alexander and McClure will be...[more]


Emory Law Honors 2008 Faculty Authors

Emory Law’s Hugh F. MacMillan Law Library hosted the fifth annual “Meet the Authors” champagne reception Tuesday, March 17, on the second floor of the law library in the Tarver Rountree Leisure Reading Room. The event honored...[more]


Emory Law Professors in the News

Four Emory Law professors recently were featured in the news discussing the housing market, the American tax system, the exclusionary rule and assisted suicide. Professor Frank Alexander was quoted in a March 8 Atlanta...[more]


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