Prof. Margaret Hu’s Cybersurveillance Article Top Download at Duke Repository

"Biometric ID Cybersurveillance," an article by Washington and Lee law professor Margaret Hu, recently received more than 2000 downloads from the Duke Law Scholarship Repository. The article was discussed by a guest on the radio show Coast to Coast AM, and listeners of the show flocked to the Duke site to read the article. In … Continue reading Prof. Margaret Hu’s Cybersurveillance Article Top Download at Duke Repository

Call For Papers: AALS Workshop on Transnational Perspectives for Equality Law

Association of American Law Schools   Call for Presentations and Papers   Corrected email address for submissions: 14-tpelcfp@aals.org Workshop on Transnational Perspectives for Equality Law June 22-24, 2014  |  Washington, D.C. We are seeking proposals for presentations and papers for the 2014 Mid-Year Workshop on Transnational Perspectives for Equality Law.  The workshop will be held on June … Continue reading Call For Papers: AALS Workshop on Transnational Perspectives for Equality Law

Prof. Tim Jost Publishes Article in New England Journal of Medicine, Harvard Business Review

Washington and Lee law professor Tim Jost has a new article out on health care reform, cross published by the New England Journal of Medicine and the Harvard Business Review. The article, titled "Regulating Private Health Insurance to Promote High-Value Health Care," looks at how Title 1 of the Affordable Care Act impacts previous efforts to … Continue reading Prof. Tim Jost Publishes Article in New England Journal of Medicine, Harvard Business Review

Prof. Lyman Johnson Publishes Article on the Business Judgment Rule

Washington and Lee law school professor Lyman Johnson has published "Unsettledness in Delaware Corporate Law: Business Judgment Rule, Corporate Purpose" in the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law. From the abstract. This Article revisits two fundamental issues in corporate law. One — the central role of the business judgment rule in fiduciary litigation — involves a … Continue reading Prof. Lyman Johnson Publishes Article on the Business Judgment Rule

Prof. Christopher Bruner Publishes Article on Fiduciary Duty

Washington and Lee law professor Christopher Bruner has published an article titled "Is the Corporate Director's Duty of Care a 'Fiduciary' Duty? Does It Matter?" in the Wake Forest Law Review. From the abstract:While reference to "fiduciary duties" (plural) is routinely employed in the United States as a convenient short-hand for a corporate director's duties … Continue reading Prof. Christopher Bruner Publishes Article on Fiduciary Duty

The Sixth Annual Conference on The Future of Adversarial and Inquisitorial Systems

The Future of Juvenile Justice The Sixth Annual Conference on The Future of Adversarial and Inquisitorial Systems Chapel Hill, North Carolina April 10-12, 2014 This year the main conference and the preconference for young scholars will address two different aspects of the changing face of juvenile justice: the main conference will address juvenile justice from … Continue reading The Sixth Annual Conference on The Future of Adversarial and Inquisitorial Systems

Prof. Josh Fairfield Presents on Virtual Worlds at Judicial Conference

On Dec. 4, Washington and Lee law professor Josh Fairfield will present during a plenary session at  the Minnesota Annual Judicial Conference. The title of his talk is "We the People in a Virtual World." Below is the abstract for the talk: What if The Matrix were real? Through virtual world technology, users experience persistent and … Continue reading Prof. Josh Fairfield Presents on Virtual Worlds at Judicial Conference