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.
Washington and Lee law professor Nora V. Demleitner published an op-ed piece in the Richmond Times-Dispatch. The piece, titled "Let's celebrate family migration - and quit calling it 'chain' migration" appeared on March 2, 2018. Read the op-ed online here.
On Thursday, March 1, 2018 Professor Kish Parella presented her work in progress, Public Relations Litigation, at the BYU Winter Deals Conference that “brings leading scholars and practitioners to Park City, UT to discuss the modern global economy’s most pressing legal issues.” Professor Parella presented on a panel exploring issues in corporate governance. An abstract of … Continue reading Professor Kish Parella Presents at the BYU Winter Deals Conference
Washington and Lee law professor Russell Miller will speak at this year's Virginia Festival of the Book. He will participate in a panel titled Surveillance vs. Privacy: NSA, DARPA, and More which features his book Privacy and Power: A Transatlantic Dialogue in the Shadow of the NSA-Affair. The panel will take place on Friday, March 23, 2018. … Continue reading Professor Russell Miller to be featured at Virginia Festival of the Book
Washington and Lee Law Professor Doug Rendleman is a leading scholar in the area of Remedies in the Digital Commons Network. Of the 1,155 authors in this disciple, Professor Rendleman's work receives some of the highest downloads. To date, his work has been downloaded 15,841 times. Some of Professor Rendleman's most recent works include: … Continue reading Professor Rendleman Leading Remedies Scholar in Digital Commons Network
Washington and Lee law professor Christopher Seaman has published a new work in the Berkeley Technology Law Journal. The article is titled “Toward a Federal Jurisprudence of Trade Secret Law" and was written with co-author Sharon K. Sandeen of Mitchell Hamline Law School. The article appears in volume 32 of the journal. The full text is available … Continue reading Christopher Seaman Publishes New Work in BTLJ