Dean Hellwig Joins as Co-author on Leading Tax Casebooks

Dean Brant Hellwig joins as co-author on two leading tax casebooks to be published in December 2016. Written with Stephen Schwarz and Daniel J. Lathrope, the new editions are titled Fundamentals of Business Enterprise Taxation, 6th ed.  and Fundamentals of Partnership Taxation, 10th ed.  Each new edition highlights significant developments in the taxation of business organizations, relevant new … Continue reading Dean Hellwig Joins as Co-author on Leading Tax Casebooks

Prof. Sahani Co-Presents Report on Arbitrator Conflicts of Interest at London Meeting of the Third-Party Funding Task Force

On December 8, 2016, Professor Victoria Sahani participated in a London meeting of the Third-Party Funding Task Force, jointly organized by the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA) and the School of Law at Queen Mary University of London.  Prof. Sahani is a co-chair of the Sub-Committee on Arbitrator Conflicts of Interest, and she co-presented … Continue reading Prof. Sahani Co-Presents Report on Arbitrator Conflicts of Interest at London Meeting of the Third-Party Funding Task Force

Professor Mark Drumbl Gives Talk at Nuremberg

Mark Drumbl was appointed external reviewer on a large project initiated by the International Nuremberg Principles Academy that examines the deterrent effect of criminal prosecutions on the commission of crimes against humanity, genocide, and war crimes. The project, which is edited by Jennifer Schense and Linda Carter, is entitled Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: … Continue reading Professor Mark Drumbl Gives Talk at Nuremberg

Professor Demleitner contributes to SCOTUSblog – Argument Analysis in Beckles v. United States

Washington and Lee law professor Nora Demleitner recently contributed a second post to SCOTUSblog, the leading blog for news and information on the U.S. Supreme Court.  Professor Demleitner has published both an argument preview and now and argument analysis for the case heard on November 28, 2016, Beckles v. United States.   Argument preview: Court to … Continue reading Professor Demleitner contributes to SCOTUSblog – Argument Analysis in Beckles v. United States

Professor Demleitner Contributes to SCOTUSblog

Washington and Lee law professor Nora Demleitner recently contributed to  SCOTUSblog, the leading blog for news and information on the U.S. Supreme Court.  Professor Demleitner's post, titled Argument preview: Court to tackle constitutionality of residual clause in sentencing guidelines, appeared on Monday, November 21st.  The post discusses the upcoming case Beckles v. United States to be heard … Continue reading Professor Demleitner Contributes to SCOTUSblog

Professor Sahani Contributes to the Kluwer Arbitration Blog

Washington and Lee Law Professor Victoria Sahani published her second blog post at the Kluwer Arbitration Blog on Thursday, November 3, 2016. The essay is titled Blurred Lines between Third-Party Funders and Law Firms.   The Kluwer Arbitration Blog is a publication of Kluwer Law International and features leading experts discussing the latest developments in the area of … Continue reading Professor Sahani Contributes to the Kluwer Arbitration Blog

Professor Parella Hosts Roundtable on Private Governance

On October 13-14, 2016, Professor Kish Parella hosted a roundtable on private governance that examined the ways that private actors fulfill regulatory functions regarding the environmental and social impact of corporations in society. The participants were Natasha Affolder (UBC Allard School of Law), Evan Criddle (William & Mary Law School), Sarah Haan (Idaho), Virginia Harper … Continue reading Professor Parella Hosts Roundtable on Private Governance