Prof. Christopher Bruner’s Book Recommended by Aspen Institute

Washington and Lee law professor Christopher Bruner's recent book, Corporate Governance in the Common-Law World (Cambridge), was recently recommended by the Aspen Institute's Corporate Values Strategy Group. The Aspen Institute is an educational and policy studies organization based in Washington, DC. Its mission is to foster leadership based on enduring values and to provide a nonpartisan … Continue reading Prof. Christopher Bruner’s Book Recommended by Aspen Institute

Prof. Jim Moliterno Presents on Judicial Reform and Lawyer Ethics

Washington and Lee law professor Jim Moliterno was in the Republic of Georgia last week attending a forum on proposed legislation that would advance the independence of the judiciary.  Proposals include life-tenure for judges and new selection procedures. In addition, he conducted a training workshop for the Ethics Commission and the Georgian Bar Association.  Topics will … Continue reading Prof. Jim Moliterno Presents on Judicial Reform and Lawyer Ethics

Call for Papers: CONVERGE! Conference

Dear Friends, Please join us for the CONVERGE! Conference. CONVERGE! Re-Imagining the Movement to End Gender Violence February 7-8, 2014 Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.   |   Sat., 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Hosted by University of Miami School of Law, University of Miami School of Law Race & Social Justice Law Review, … Continue reading Call for Papers: CONVERGE! Conference

Call for Papers: Reflections on Foreign National Prisoners

Punishment, Citizenship and Identity: Reflections on Foreign National Prisoners Centre for Criminology, University of Oxford, United Kingdom  Monday, 24th March 2014 Convenors: Ines Hasselberg, Sarah Turnbull and Mary Bosworth – Centre for Criminology, U. of Oxford Statistical accounts tell us that a growing number of foreign national prisoners are incarcerated throughout the penal systems of Europe, North America and elsewhere. … Continue reading Call for Papers: Reflections on Foreign National Prisoners

2014 NEW VOICES IN CIVIL JUSTICE SCHOLARSHIP WORKSHOP CALL FOR PAPERS

Vanderbilt Law School’s Branstetter Litigation & Dispute Resolution Program invites submissions for its 2014 New Voices in Civil Justice Scholarship Workshop, to be held May 12-13, 2014, at Vanderbilt Law School. The Branstetter Program draws on a multimillion-dollar endowment to support research and curriculum in civil litigation and dispute resolution. Held annually, the Branstetter New … Continue reading 2014 NEW VOICES IN CIVIL JUSTICE SCHOLARSHIP WORKSHOP CALL FOR PAPERS

Prof. Russ Miller Presents at Goethe Institute Ahead of German Elections

Washington and Lee law professor Russ Miller presents this week at a special event at the Geothe Institute in Chicago. The event, sponsored by the Goethe Institute of Chicago, the international law firm Goldberg Kohn, and the Robert Bosch Foundation Alumni Association, is a round table discussion occurring just days before Germany's federal election including … Continue reading Prof. Russ Miller Presents at Goethe Institute Ahead of German Elections

Prof. Mark Drumbl Presents on Piracy at Case Western

On Sept. 6, Washington and Lee law professor Mark Drumbl participated in a conference at Case Western Reserve School of Law titled "End Game! An International Conference on Combating Piracy." The event was sponsored by the Frederick K. Cox International Law Center, the American Society of International Law, the Public International Law and Policy Group, the International … Continue reading Prof. Mark Drumbl Presents on Piracy at Case Western