Professor Kish Parella has been selected for the second time in consecutive years to present at the Yale/Stanford/Harvard Junior Faculty Forum, which will be held this summer at Harvard Law School on June 13-14, 2018. The Forum’s objective is to encourage the work of scholars recently appointed to a tenure-track position by providing experience in … Continue reading Professor Kish Parella Selected to Present Paper at Yale/Stanford/Harvard Junior Faculty Forum for Second Consecutive Year
Washington and Lee law professor Russ Miller participated in a Cato Institute panel on April 18 titled "What Europe Can Teach the United States about Free Speech." In addition to Miller, the panel discussion featured Jacob Mchangama, Director, Justitia (Copenhagen) and was moderated by John Samples, Vice President, Cato Institute. From the program description: "After three decades … Continue reading Prof. Russ Miller Presents on Free Speech at Cato Institute
Washington and Lee law professor Christopher Seaman's article "Toward a Federal Jurisprudence of Trade Secrecy" (with co-author Sharon K. Sandeen) was recently selected for republication in the 2018 edition of the Intellectual Property Law Review. The article was originally published in volume 23 of the Berkeley Technology Law Journal. The Intellectual Property Law Review is published by Thomson Reuters and … Continue reading Professor Seaman’s scholarship on trade secrets named one of the top new articles in IP law
On April 4, 2018, Washington and Lee law professor Kish Parella presented her work in progress, Compliance as a Bargain, at a roundtable addressing “New Perspectives in International Legal Theory” at the annual meeting of the American Society of International Law. From the abstract: One of the most durable puzzles in international law is why … Continue reading Professor Kish Parella Presents at International Legal Theory Roundtable, Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law
Washington and Lee law professor Nora Demleitner published a new article in the Federal Sentencing Reporter. The piece is titled Revisiting the Role of Federal Prosecutors in Times of Mass Imprisonment. It appears in issue 3 of volume 30. Download the full text here.