Prof. Murchison Reviews U.S. Supreme Court Term for Federal Bar in Roanoke

Professor Brian Murchison reviewed the 2013-14 U.S. Supreme Court Term as guest of the Federal Bar Association chapter in Roanoke on August 21, 2014.  This was Murchison’s third annual review for the FBA.    Among the cases he discussed were:  Kaley v. United States (rejecting, as destructive of grand jury independence, an indicted party’s challenge of … Continue reading Prof. Murchison Reviews U.S. Supreme Court Term for Federal Bar in Roanoke

Prof. Mark Drumbl Teaches at Monash University School of Law

Washington and Lee law professor Mark Drumbl was recently appointed Visiting International Fellow at the Monash University School of Law in Melbourne, Australia.  Professor Drumbl taught a course to JD and LLM students titled  'Victims, Law, and Mass Atrocity'.    The course explored "the tensions that may inhere between various communities of victims, between victim involvement … Continue reading Prof. Mark Drumbl Teaches at Monash University School of Law

New Publications from Prof. Todd Peppers

Visiting professor Todd Peppers has completed a number of new scholarly works this summer addressing the role of Supreme Court law clerks. Professor Peppers authored two essays entitled “Form Your Battalions and Fight: The Story of Justice Holmes, His Law Clerks, and Saucy French Novels" and“The Care and Feeding of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.” will be published in … Continue reading New Publications from Prof. Todd Peppers

Prof. Jost publishes in New England Journal of Medicine

Washington and Lee law professor Timothy Jost has published an article in the New England Journal of Medicine titled, Subsidies and the Survival of the ACA — Divided Decisions on Premium Tax Credits.  The article was online published on July 30, 2014. An excerpt: In rapid succession on July 22, two federal courts of appeal reached opposite … Continue reading Prof. Jost publishes in New England Journal of Medicine

Prof. Shannon interviewed by Legal Funding Central

Washington and Lee law professor Victoria Shannon was interviewed earlier this summer by Legal Funding Central, a litigation funding broker for their blog LFC360.  The blog features writings about legal funding through news, informational guides, and resources. Professor Shannon was interviewed as an expert on the topic of legal funding laws in the United States and abroad. … Continue reading Prof. Shannon interviewed by Legal Funding Central