Barton Clinic Helps Lead Effort to Rewrite Georgia’s Juvenile Code

Emory Law’s Barton Child Law and Policy Clinic is playing a lead role in a historic initiative for Georgia’s children—the passage of a new juvenile code. Through its work with JUSTGeorgia, a statewide coalition advocating for...[more]

Thrower Symposium at Emory Law Examines Presidential Power

“The president cannot be a one-man band,” former U.S. Solicitor General Paul Clement said during the 28th annual Randolph W. Thrower Symposium at Emory Law Feb. 12. "The president cannot discharge all of the various...[more]

Broyde, Scalia Debate Freedom of Speech

CSLR Senior Fellow Michael J. Broyde engaged in a friendly debate with Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia over freedom of speech during a panel discussion Jan. 28. The event, "The Right to Privacy and...[more]

Emory Hosts Exhibit and Events on Motherhood in the Face of Adversity

Motherhood in the face of adversity is the theme for a series of public events hosted during the next several weeks by Emory University's Race and Difference Initiative and the Atlanta Consortium of Colleges and Universities...[more]

Alexander Outlines Housing Crisis Issues in WABE Interview

CSLR Founding Director Frank S. Alexander distilled in an interview today on WABE radio the housing crisis issues the Georiga General Assembly is likely to face when it convenes next week.  Alexander, professor of law,...[more]

Buzbee Publishes New Book on Preemption Choice

Emory Law Professor William W. Buzbee is editor of a new book on the topic of preemption choice, published by Cambridge University Press. Preemption Choice: The Theory, Law and Reality of Federalism’s Core Question examines the...[more]

Emory Law and Gozansky to be Honored by CLEO

The Council on Legal Education Opportunity (CLEO) will honor Emory School of Law and Emory Law Professor Nathaniel E. Gozansky at its Southeast Region 40th anniversary celebration, Thursday, Dec. 11, at 6:30 p.m., at the Atlanta...[more]

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