Professor Jost Publishes Book Chapter on Supreme Court Health Care Case

Washington and Lee law professor Timothy Jost has published “The  Affordable Care Act and the Constitution:  Beyond National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius” in  The Health Care Case:  The Supreme Court’s Decision and its Implications, published by Oxford University Press. The book features well-respected and ideologically diverse authors, some of whom participated in ACA … Continue reading Professor Jost Publishes Book Chapter on Supreme Court Health Care Case

Professor Franck presents at DISETTLE Workshop

On June 6, Washington and Lee law professor Susan Franck will present "The Use of Economics for Empirical Studies in Investment Arbitration" at the DISSETTLE Research Workshop in Milan, Italy. Professor Franck's presentation will explore the use of empirical methodologies--whether quantitative or qualitative--for the exploration of international investment law.

George Mason Law School Public Policy Conference on the Law & Economics of Privacy and Data Security

Wednesday, June 19, 2013George Mason University School of LawArlington, VADear Friend: I am writing to invite you to attend the Law & Economics Center's Public Policy Conference on The Law & Economics of Privacy and Data Security. The conference will be offered by the LEC's Henry G. Manne Program in Law & Economics Studies on … Continue reading George Mason Law School Public Policy Conference on the Law & Economics of Privacy and Data Security

Incoming W&L Law Prof. Margaret Hu’s Article Reviewed

Over at the Criminal Law JOTWELL, Mary Fan has reviewed Margaret Hu's forthcoming article, Biometric ID Cybersurveillance, 88 Indiana L.J.__ (forthcoming 2013), available at SSRN.  Margaret will be joining the W&L Law Faculty this coming July.  Here is an excerpt of the review, which was also featured at The Faculty Lounge: The dystopian world of “biometric ID cybersurveillance” that … Continue reading Incoming W&L Law Prof. Margaret Hu’s Article Reviewed

Call for Papers: AALS 2014 Joint Program on Sections on Poverty Law and Clinical Legal Education

In honor of the 50th Anniversary of the “War on Poverty,” the AALS sections on Poverty Law and Clinical Legal Education will sponsor a joint program at the AALS Annual Meeting, entitled 50 Years After the “War on Poverty:” Evaluating Past Enactments and Innovative Approaches for Addressing Poverty in the 21st Century. The program will … Continue reading Call for Papers: AALS 2014 Joint Program on Sections on Poverty Law and Clinical Legal Education

Professor Franck to Present at European Society of International Law

Washington and Lee law professor Susan Franck will present research related to her book at the European Society of International Law’s 5th Annual Research Forum.  The topic this year is International Law as a Profession.  Franck's panel  is on the specific topic of the Dynamics of International Judicial Law Making, but her particular topic will focus … Continue reading Professor Franck to Present at European Society of International Law