A new article by Washington and Lee law professor Sam Calhoun, published in the Washington and Lee Law Review Online, is a top ten download on SSRN. The article, "If Separation of Church and State Doesn’t Demand Separating Religion from Politics, Does Christian Doctrine Require It?," is a response to several reactions to Prof. Calhoun's … Continue reading Professor Sam Calhoun’s Article a Top Ten SSRN Download
Mark Drumbl gave a public lecture at Cambridge University on January 18, 2019. He presented his research on the war crime of intentional destruction of cultural property. Audio of the lecture is available here. Publication of this project is forthcoming in the Journal of International Criminal Justice. Drumbl begins in Timbuktu, Mali, where in 2012 … Continue reading Professor Mark Drumbl Lectures in Cambridge and The Hague
Mark Drumbl taught an intensive course on ‘Victims, International Law, and Mass Atrocity’ at Monash University in Melbourne Australia in August 2018. While there, he also had a chance to visit Griffith University in Brisbane Australia where he participated in a book launch and also gave a talk on a recent project he has begun … Continue reading Professor Mark Drumbl gives lectures in Australia, Kenya, Czech Republic
Washington and Lee law professor and Tax Clinic director Michelle Drumbl presented at Temple Law School on Oct. 26 as part of the Temple Law Review symposium, "Taxpayer Rights in the United States: All the Angles." Prof. Drumbl appeared on the panel "Operationalizing Taxpayer Rights: IRS Efforts and Experiences of Lawyers Who Represent Clients Pro … Continue reading Professor Michelle Drumbl Presents on Taxpayer Rights
Washington and Lee Law Professor Chris Seaman presented an empirical review on trade secret litigation in federal court under the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 to the Philadelphia Intellectual Property Law Association (PIPLA) at on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018. Professor Seaman’s empirical research on trade secret litigation (with co-author David Levine) was recently published … Continue reading Professor Chris Seaman Presents Empirical Review of Trade Secret Litigation to Philadelphia IP Law Association
The American Society of International Law, the ASIL-Southeast Interest Group and Washington and Lee School of Law invite submissions for the second ASIL-Southeast Junior Scholar Workshop hosted by Washington and Lee School of Law on May 13, 2019. Format: ASIL-SE will invite 6-7 junior scholars to share works-in-progress at the workshop. We will pair each … Continue reading Call for Papers: Washington and Lee Law School and ASIL Southeast Interest Group Host International Law Workshop for Junior Scholars
Washington and Lee law professor Michelle Drumbl presents Improving Tax Credits for the Working Poor (Cambridge University Press 2019) at Boston College as part of its Tax Policy Workshop Series. Drumbl's presentation is featured on the popular TaxProf blog.