Emory Law Research on Delaware Incorporation Among Most Downloaded

A paper by three Emory Law professors that argues Delaware’s continued domination in attracting business incorporations is no longer warranted has made its way into the top 10 most downloaded corporate law papers on the Social...[more]

Emory Law Named “Big Voice for Georgia’s Children”

Emory University School of Law received the 2011 Big Voice for Children Award from Voices for Georgia’s Children Nov. 18, for the creation and support of the Barton Child Law and Policy Center. The award recognizes the center’s...[more]

An-Na’im Says Less Than Half Muslim Women Veil for Religion, Politics

France’s decision to ban full-face veils for women earlier this year has its critics, including Nancy Graham Holm, who posted an opinion piece on The Huffington Post on Nov. 18. Holm cites Emory University’s Abdullahi Ahmed...[more]

Holbrook to Deliver Distinguished Professor Lecture in Chicago

Professor Tim Holbrook will deliver the Distinguished Professor Lecture at John Marshall Law School in Chicago, IL, from Noon - 2 p.m. on Nov. 18. His lecture, entitled "Patent Law's Audience," is based on his current...[more]

Former Judge Advocate Generals Discuss Gotovina Verdict

On Friday, Nov. 4, Emory Law’s International Humanitarian Law Clinic will host an expert roundtable on the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia’s decision in the case of former Croatian General Ante Gotovina....[more]