Professor Nash on Reversal In Katrina Case, Corps Not Liable for Flooding Damage

In 2009, a federal judge ruled the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was liable for damages because of negligence in maintaining a shipping channel that plaintiffs said increased storm surge and flooding in the wake of Hurricane...[more]

High Litigation Costs Mean Few Attorneys Accept Malpractice Lawsuits, Professor Bailey Finds

A new study by Emory Law Professor Joanna Shepherd Bailey finds that fewer than 3 percent of patients harmed by physicians are compensated for their injuries, largely because they are unable to find attorneys willing to take...[more]

Top Christian Scholars To Be Featured in New Emory Lecture Series

The Center for the Study of Law and Religion at Emory University has been awarded a $250,000 grant from the McDonald Agape Foundation to create a new lecture series designed to showcase the world’s pre-eminent Christian scholars...[more]

Professor Dudziak Examines the Impact of War on Law and Democracy

Americans tend to view wartime as a definite period, with a beginning and an end, followed by peacetime. But war and peace aren’t so easily defined, Mary L. Dudziak says in her new book, War Time: An Idea, Its History, Its...[more]

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