Prof. Bruner on the Changing Face of Money

Professor Christopher M. Bruner, Associate Professor of Law and Ethan Allen Faculty Fellow, recently published his article, The Changing Face of Money, Boston University's Review of Banking and Financial Law. In this article, Professor Bruner argues that widespread failure to comprehend the intrinsic nature of modern money loomed large in the recent financial and economic crisis, and that … Continue reading Prof. Bruner on the Changing Face of Money

Prof. Sundby on the Exclusionary Rule

Professor Scott E. Sundby, the Sydney and Frances Lewis Professor of Law, recently published his article, The Majestic and the Mundane: The Two Creation Stories of the Exclusionary Rule, 43 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 391 (2010), in the Texas Tech Law Review, as part of their Fourth Amendment Search & Seizure Symposium. In the article, Prof. Sundby discusses the … Continue reading Prof. Sundby on the Exclusionary Rule

Prof. Johnson on Banker Regulation

Professor Lyman P. Q. Johnson, the Robert O. Bentley Professor of Law, recently had his article, Beyond the Inevitable and Inadequate Regulation of Bankers: A Comment on Painter, published in the upcoming University of St. Thomas Law Journal. The article is a comment on Richard Painter's article, The Moral Responsibilities of Investment Bankers, also published in the … Continue reading Prof. Johnson on Banker Regulation

Prof. Joan Krause on Health Care Fraud

In the fifth installment of the Spring 2011 Faculty Workshop Series, sponsored by the Frances Lewis Law Center, Professor Joan H. Krause, Professor of Law at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill School of Law, came to speak today about her paper, Skilling and the Pursuit of Health Care Fraud. In the paper, Prof. Krause discusses … Continue reading Prof. Joan Krause on Health Care Fraud

Professor Bryant on Constitutional Forbearance

In the fourth installment of the Spring 2011 Faculty Workshop Series, sponsored by the Frances Lewis Law Center, Professor A. Christopher Bryant, Professor of Law at the University of Cincinnati College of Law, came to speak yesterday about his working paper, Constitutional Forbearance. Professor Bryant defines constitutional forbearance as when a Judge or Justice concludes that her … Continue reading Professor Bryant on Constitutional Forbearance

Prof. Lyman Johnson: Corporate Governance and Business Ethics

On Friday, March 31, Professor Lyman P. Q. Johnson, the Robert O. Bentley Professor of Law, will present at Notre Dame Law School's spring symposium, Corporate Governance and Business Ethics in a Post-Crisis World. Professor Johnson will present his paper, Getting Beyond Corporate Law's Modest Contribution to Corporate Responsibility. Professor Johnson will argue that corporate law, and … Continue reading Prof. Lyman Johnson: Corporate Governance and Business Ethics

Prof. Daniel Lyons on Net Neutrality

In the third installment of the Spring 2011 Faculty Workshop Series, sponsored by the Frances Lewis Law Center, Professor Daniel Lyons, Assistant Professor of Law at Boston College Law, came to speak today about net neutrality, discussing his upcoming paper, Net Neutrality and Nondiscrimination Norms in Telecommunications. Professor Lyons argued that the new rules enacted by … Continue reading Prof. Daniel Lyons on Net Neutrality