Congratulations to Washington and Lee law professor Victoria Shannon! Professor Shannon's forthcoming work Harmonizing Third-Party Litigation Funding Regulation is named among the top ten papers in the SSRN Negotiation & Dispute Resolution eJournal. The paper will appear in the Cardozo Law Review in the coming academic year. From the abstract: Third-party litigation funding is no longer a … Continue reading Prof. Shannon in SSN Negotiation & Dispute Resolution eJournal Top Ten
On Thursday, June 19, 2014, Professor Victoria Shannon served as a panelist on a panel about third-party funding at the 26th Annual Workshop of the Institute for Transnational Arbitration (ITA) in Dallas, TX. The workshop, entitled “Modern Enforcement of Arbitral Awards: ‘Show Me the Money,’” is widely recognized as the leading conference in the field. … Continue reading Prof. Shannon Presents at the Institute for Transnational Arbitration (ITA) Annual Workshop and Joins the ITA Academic Council
Washington and Lee law professor James Moliterno is currently featured by the California Bar Journal. The piece follows a presentation to California's State Board of Trustees. Professor Moliterno spoke about how the profession has failed to evolve or respond to change such as advances in technology and a globalized economy. Read the full article from … Continue reading Prof. Moliterno featured in California Bar Journal
Washington and Lee law professor Lyman Johnson spoke at the Virginia State Bar Annual Meeting on June 13, 2014. The program was titled "Family Feuds, Shareholder Oppression and Judicial Remedies." Professor Johnson was joined by William Rakes (Gentry Locke Rakes & Moore LLP), Yama Shansab (Ferguson Walton & Shansab PLLC), and Martha Leary Sotelo (Vaughan … Continue reading Prof. Lyman Johnson Speaks at Virginia State Bar Annual Meeting
In June 2014 Washington & Lee law professor Christopher Bruner contributed to The Conglomerate as a guest blogger. Professor Bruner's four posts examine issues in corporate governance. His recently published book on the subject is titled Corporate Governance in the Common Law World. Professor Bruner’s contributions include: Shareholder Governance Powers in the Common-Law World, June 3, 2014 Shareholder Power and Employee … Continue reading Prof. Bruner Contributes to The Conglomerate
Washington and Lee Law Professor Erik Luna recently presented his forthcoming work, Prosecutor King, at the Symposium on Prosecutorial Discretion. The Symposium was held on May 16, 2014 at Stanford Law School and hosted by the Stanford Journal of Criminal Law & Policy. Professor Luna's work will be published in the journal's inaugural edition.