Prof. Sahani Presented on Third-Party Funding to Federal Judges in the U.S. District of Minnesota

On May 12, 2016 Washington and Lee Law Professor Victoria Sahani was invited to present her research on third-party funding at the 2016 Judges’ In-Court Seminar for the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota.  The audience included over 20 federal district court judges, magistrate judges, and bankruptcy judges seated in that district.  … Continue reading Prof. Sahani Presented on Third-Party Funding to Federal Judges in the U.S. District of Minnesota

Prof. Mark Drumbl on Justice in Conflict Blog

Washington and Lee law professor Mark Drumbl has a new post at Justice in Conflict on the trial of Dominic Ongwen, child soldier in Uganda's LRA. His post, titled "Shifting Narratives: Ongwen and Lubanga on the Effect of Child Soldiering," examines the prosecution of Ongwen for various war crimes. Ongwen's defense, ultimately unsuccessful, centered on … Continue reading Prof. Mark Drumbl on Justice in Conflict Blog

Prof. Jim Moliterno on CzechTV

Washington and Lee law professor Jim Moliterno appeared on Czech TV recently to discuss his work teaching judicial ethics. Watch the full video interview. Prof. Moliterno is one of the foremost international experts in legal ethics and professionalism. He has engaged in substantial international legal ethics and legal education reform work abroad, designing new lawyer and judge … Continue reading Prof. Jim Moliterno on CzechTV