Symposium Review: Fringe Economy

On November 10th and 11th, the Washington and Lee Law Review, sponsored the "Regulation in the Fringe Economy" symposium at the Washington and Lee School of Law. The symposium was co-sponsored by the Frances Lewis Law Center, the Consumer Credit Research Foundation, the Washington and Lee Class of 1963 Scholar-in-Residence Fund, and the National Conference … Continue reading Symposium Review: Fringe Economy

Prof. Spencer on Judicial Power

Professor A. Benjamin Spencer had his article, The Judicial Power and the Inferior Federal Courts, 46 Ga. L. Rev. 1 (2011), published in the Georgia Law Review. The article discusses the third branch of the federal government, the Judiciary, which traditionally has been viewed as the least of the three branches in terms of the scope of … Continue reading Prof. Spencer on Judicial Power

Prof. Lastowka on Amateur Creativity

In the sixth and final installment of the Fall 2011 Faculty Workshop Series, sponsored by the Frances Lewis Law Center, Professor Greg Lastowka of the Rugters School of Law-Camden, came to speak today about his new book, Virtual Justice: The New Laws of Online Worlds and amateur creativity. Professor Lastowka discussed amateur creativity and its growing place in … Continue reading Prof. Lastowka on Amateur Creativity

Prof. Peppers on Judicial Humor

Professor Todd C. Peppers, Lecturer in Law, recently published his article, Did You Hear the One About Chief Justice Burger and the Itinerant Litigant?, 15 Green bag 2d 25 (2011), in The Green Bag Journal of Law. In the article, Prof. Peppers addresses the topic of Supreme Court humor. Rather than cover humor displayed by … Continue reading Prof. Peppers on Judicial Humor