Professor Sahani Publishes New Article in UCLA Law Review

Washington and Lee Law professor Victoria Sahani has published a new article in the UCLA Law Review.  The article, titled Judging Third-Party Funding, appears in Volume 63 of the journal. Download the full text of the article here. From the abstract: Third-party funding is an arrangement whereby an outside entity finances the legal representation of a … Continue reading Professor Sahani Publishes New Article in UCLA Law Review

Prof. Peppers Publishes Essay in Emory Law Journal

Washington and Lee visiting law professor Todd Peppers has published an essay, coauthored with Marquette Law School's Chad Oldfather, in the Emory Law Journal. The piece is title "Truthiness and the Marble Palace" and is a review of the book "Supreme Ambitions" by David Lat. From the introduction: Supreme Ambitions raises a host of important … Continue reading Prof. Peppers Publishes Essay in Emory Law Journal

Prof. Mark Drumbl Publishes Commentary in Online Journal

Washington and Lee law professor Mark Drumbl published a commentary in InterGentes, the McGill Journal of International Law and Legal Pluralism. In the piece, title "Atrocity, Crime, and Justice: Thick and Thin Accounts," Prof. Drumbl discusses how the line between victim and victimizer can sometimes blur in times of atrocity. However, Drumbl argues that the law … Continue reading Prof. Mark Drumbl Publishes Commentary in Online Journal