Supreme Court's Decisions Echo Continuing Themes

On June 28, the Supreme Court issued the final opinions of its 2009 Term and bade farewell to Justice John Paul Stevens, after his 35 years of service on the court. The proceedings highlighted certain continuing themes, says...[more]

Vandall Publishes New Book on Gun Litigation in the U.S.

Emory Law Professor Frank J. Vandall published a new book, "The Policy Debate Surrounding Gun Litigation in the United States: Handguns: the Law and Economics of the Hamilton v. Beretta Suit Against Handgun...[more]

FACULTY VOICES: Justice For All Cases, Great and Small

With the retirement of Justice John Paul Stevens, the U.S. Supreme Court loses a judge with an unusual ability to get the big things right by getting the little things right. Justice Stevens will be remembered for his stirring...[more]

FACULTY VOICES: Impact of the Citizens United Decision

Few U.S. Supreme Court decisions ever receive the publicity that followed Citizens United v. FEC, which was decided in January. The case received a great deal of public attention because it addressed a major question of federal...[more]

CELEBRATING FACULTY AND ALUMNI: New Scholarship Named in Honor of Gozansky

Dean David F. Partlett congratulates Professor Nathaniel Gozansky on a scholarship being dedicated in his honor. Gozansky’s wife, Elizabeth Johnson 82L (from center), Beth Damon 73C, and Susan Fitzgerald Carter, associate dean...[more]

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