Professor An-Na'im Interviewed on Current Immigration Debates

Professor Abdullahi An-Nai'm is featured in the March 29 issue of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution about his views on the current heated debates surrounding immigration.  Although he says the United States "is...[more]

Professor Levine Discusses Legislation to Make Sex Crimes a Capital Offense

On March 30, ABC News featured an interview with Professor Kay Levine on pending legislation that would make sex crimes against children a capital offense. Levine said she believed proponents of South Carolina Sen....[more]

Vandall Testifies Before Senate Judiciary Committee

Professor Frank Vandall testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on March 10, 2006.  The Chair Arlen Specter (Rep. PA) has proposed a bill that will hold “persons” subject to fine or imprisonment if they knowingly...[more]

Professor William D. Ferguson 1928 -2006

William D. Ferguson, beloved colleague and professor of law at Emory University School of Law for 35 years, passed away Wednesday, March 29, 2006 after a courageous battle against cancer.Professor Ferguson, or “Ferg” as he was...[more]

Dean Alexander Speaks on Land Banks, Urban Redevelopment

Interim Dean Frank S. Alexander recently spoke with Ann Richards, a Mott Foundation Communications Officer, during his visit to Flint, Michigan, about his work on affordable housing, urban redevelopment, and state and local...[more]

Professor Perry to Speak on Capital Punishment at Brooklyn Law School

Michael J. Perry, Robert W. Woodruff Professor of Law, will present, “Does Capital Punishment Violate the Eighth Amendment? And Even if it Does, Should the Supreme Court So Rule?” Tuesday, April 04, 4:00 – 5:00 PM at the...[more]

Professor Bederman Quoted in Article on Orkin Lawsuits

Professor David Bederman is quoted in the March 5 edition of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding lawsuits against pest control company Orkin. Homeowners who charge the company with inadequate or unperformed...[more]

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