Washington and Lee law professors Lyman Johnson and David Millon have published an article in the most recent issue of The Business Lawyer. The article, "Corporate Law After Hobby Lobby" appears in Vol. 70, Issue 1. Download the full text of the article here. From the abstract: We evaluate the U.S. Supreme Court’s controversial decision in the … Continue reading Professors Johnson and Millon Publish in The Business Lawyer
Washington and Lee law professor Mark Drumbl joined the University of Ottawa faculty in January as a visiting professor. During the University's January term Professor Drumbl taught an intensive course titled Mass Atrocity and International Law. Professor Drumbl also lectured at the University of Ottawa on January 13, 2015. The program, "Stepping Outside Nuremberg's Halo: … Continue reading Professor Drumbl teaches at University of Ottawa
On January 7 and 8, the Frances Lewis Law Center at Washington and Lee School of Law hosted its second Juniors Works-in-Progress Roundtable for International Business. Over two days, five international business scholars presented works-in-progress and shared feedback on a variety of global issues that confront businesses that operate across borders. Here are their names … Continue reading Professor Parella Hosts Second Juniors International Business Roundtable
On Friday, January 16, Professor Parella will present her work in progress, “Institutional Legitimacy in the Global Value Chain,” at a faculty workshop at Indiana University Maurer School of Law in Bloomington, IN. From the abstract: Over the past few decades, we have witnessed the growth of private standard-setting and monitoring as a means to … Continue reading Professor Parella presents paper at Indiana University Maurer School of Law, Bloomington
Washington and Lee law professor Victoria Shannon will participate at the ITA-IEL Joint Conference on International Arbitration this week, January 15-16, 2015 in Houston, Texas. Professor Shannon will participate in a roundtable session, "Issue Conflict" as a Ground for Disqualifying Arbitrators: Pandora's Box or Necessary Regulation? The full conference program is available here.
Washington and Lee law professor Susan Franck will participate in the Academic Council Works-In-Progress Workshop at the Institute for Transnational Arbitration Academic Winter Forum this week. Professor Franck will present a paper, The Diversity Challenge: Exploring the “Invisible College” of International Arbitration, which is forthcoming in the Columbia Journal of Transnational Law in 2015. Todd Weiler, http://toddweiler.com, will be commenting on the paper. Professor … Continue reading Professor Franck to Present at ITA Winter Forum Works-In-Progress Workshop
Washington and Lee Law Professor Susan Franck will be a featured speaker at the 2nd Annual ITA-IEL Joint Conference on International Energy Arbitration on January 15-16 at Omni Houston Hotel in Houston. Professor Franck will be speaking on the topic of international economic dispute settlement and empirical data on investment treaty arbitration outcomes and the … Continue reading Professor Franck to Speak at ITA-IEL Joint Conference on International Energy Arbitration