Prof. Peppers on Supreme Court Clerks

Professor Todd C. Peppers, Lecturer in Law, recently published his book, In Chambers: Stories of Supreme Court Law Clerks and Their Justices. The book is being published by the University of Virginia Press. Professor Peppers co-edited the book with Artemus Ward. It is a collection of essays on law clerks and their justices by a variety … Continue reading Prof. Peppers on Supreme Court Clerks

Prof. Skeel on Bankruptcy

In the second installment of the Spring 2012 Faculty Workshop Series, sponsored by the Frances Lewis Law Center, Professor David Skeel, the S. Samuel Arsht Professor of Corporate Law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, came to speak Monday about the draft of his article, States of Bankruptcy. The paper discusses the possibility of allowing … Continue reading Prof. Skeel on Bankruptcy

Prof. Calhoun on Lincoln’s Religion

Professor Samuel W. Calhoun recently published his article, Abraham Lincoln's Religion: The Case for His Ultimate Belief in a Personal, Sovereign God, in the Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association (2012). Prof. Calhoun co-authored the article with Professor Lucas Morel, the Lewis G. John Term Professor of Politics at Washington and Lee University. While scholars have often … Continue reading Prof. Calhoun on Lincoln’s Religion

Prof. Grove on the Exceptions Clause

In the first installment of the Spring 2012 Faculty Workshop Series, sponsored by the Frances Lewis Law Center, Professor Tara L. Grove, Assistant Professor of Law at William & Mary Law School, came to speak Friday about the draft of her article, The Exceptions Clause as a Structural Safeguard. The Exceptions Clause of the Constitution, which … Continue reading Prof. Grove on the Exceptions Clause

Faculty Profile: Margaret Howard

Puzzle: a question, problem, or contrivance designed for testing ingenuity. (Merriam-Webster) While most people associate puzzles with jigsaws or crosswords, for Margaret Howard nothing beats the intricacies of the Bankruptcy Code. It did not start out that way. When she began graduate school at Washington University it was to become a social worker. Her particular … Continue reading Faculty Profile: Margaret Howard