Buzbee Testifies Before Congress

Emory Law professor William Buzbee was invited to testify before the U.S. Senate’s Environment and Public Works Committee regarding the Clean Water Act and issues related to wetlands, rivers and other water bodies. The hearing...[more]


Ahdieh Selected to American Law Institute

Emory Law professor Robert B. Ahdieh was elected as a member of the Council of the American Law Institute (ALI). The ALI consists of judges, practicing lawyers and legal scholars who have demonstrated an interest in improving the...[more]


Professor Broyde Publishes Op-Ed in New York Times

Emory Law professor Michael J. Broyde, along with Deborah E. Lipstadt, the Dorot Professor of Modern Jewish and Holocaust Studies at Emory University, published an op-ed piece in the Oct. 11 issue of The New York Times. The...[more]


Professor Freer Named to LexisNexis Advisory Board

Richard D. Freer, the Robert Howell Hall Professor of Law, has been appointed to the Advisory Board for LexisNexis Law School Publishing. He will commence his three-year term in January 2008. The LexisNexis Advisory Board...[more]


FLT Project Hosts Workshop on Feminist Legal Theory and the Family

The Feminism and Legal Theory (FLT) Project at Emory University School of Law is hosting a workshop on feminist legal theory and the family September 7-8. This workshop is the fifth and final session in a series of comparative...[more]


Professor Alexander Quoted in ABC News Story

Emory Law professor Frank S. Alexander was quoted in a recent ABC News article on home foreclosure sales. The article, “Beware Real Estate Bargains at Foreclosure Sales,” addresses the potential risks involved with purchasing...[more]


Professor Abrams Speaks About Partnership Carried Interests

Emory Law Professor Howard E. Abrams recently spoke on a panel before the U.S. Senate Finance and Banking committees on the topic of partnership carried interests. The panel, arranged by the Managed Fund Association, helped to...[more]


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