Prof. Lubin’s Recent and Upcoming Presentations

Prof. Timothy Lubin, W&L Professor of Religion and Adjunct Professor of Law, recently spoke at the plenary session of the American Oriental Society on the methods by which Brahmin religious and legal authorities promoted a distinctive set of social and legal norms over the longue durée through disciplinary practices. "The Medium Is the Message -- The … Continue reading Prof. Lubin’s Recent and Upcoming Presentations

Prof. Peppers Recogized for Influential Political Science Work

In the January 2014 issue of PS: Political Science & Politics, Washington & Lee visiting professor of law Todd Peppers was recognized for his article "Picking Federal Judges: A Note on Policy and Partisan Selection Agendas" (with M. Giles & V. Hettinger).    Authors Salmon A. Shomade, Roger E. Hartley, and Lisa M. Holmes, in … Continue reading Prof. Peppers Recogized for Influential Political Science Work

Call for Proposals: AALS Section on Academic Support

January 2015 AALS Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. "ASP a Roadmap at the Crossroad: How Academic Support Will Meet Today’s Varied Challenges" From isolated academic support efforts to more formalized multifaceted programs, academic support has fundamentally changed itself and legal education over the years. In light of shrinking budgets, disappearing positions, smaller applicant pools, and … Continue reading Call for Proposals: AALS Section on Academic Support

Prof. Christopher Bruner to Participate in Cornell-Aspen Workshop on Corporate Purpose

Washington and Lee law professor Christopher Bruner will participate in a workshop on the nature and purpose of the corporate form at the Cornell Club in New York on March 27-28, 2014.  Titled "New Voices Workshop: The Question of Corporate Purpose," the event is co-sponsored by the Aspen Institute Business and Society Program and the Cornell … Continue reading Prof. Christopher Bruner to Participate in Cornell-Aspen Workshop on Corporate Purpose

Call for manuscripts: International Journal of Economics (IJE)

Call for manuscripts: May 2014 Submission deadline: April 25, 2014 Dear Colleague International Journal of Economics (IJE), published by MIR Center for Socio-Economic Research, Maryland, USA, aims at covering theoretical and empirical research that span the entire range of macroeconomics and microeconomics with especial focus on emerging and global growth corridors like Africa, Australia, BRIICS, Eastern Europe, Far East, Latin … Continue reading Call for manuscripts: International Journal of Economics (IJE)

Professor Johnson’s Forthcoming Paper Reviewed

Washington & Lee law professor Lyman P.Q. Johnson will publish in the forthcoming issue of the Washington & Lee Law Review.  The article, The Dwindling of Revlon (with Rob Ricca) was recently reviewed by another Washington and lee law professor, David Millon at Jotwell: Corporate Law. The review is titled What's Left of Mandatory Shareholder Primacy? … Continue reading Professor Johnson’s Forthcoming Paper Reviewed

Prof. Seaman Featured on SSRN Top 10 List

Washington & Lee law professor Christopher Seaman is once again featured on SSRN's top new papers lists.  Professor Seaman's forthcoming piece in the Virginia Law Review,  The Case Against Federalizing Trade Secrets, is featured on SSRN's top 10 new papers in the intellectual property subject area. The paper also appears on top 10 lists in … Continue reading Prof. Seaman Featured on SSRN Top 10 List