W&L Student Note Winners

Yesterday, third-year Washington and Lee law students Christine Shepard and Christopher Alexion presented their winning law review notes during the annual event recognizing the best student articles produced by Washington and Lee Law Review staff writers. Shepard, winner of the Roy L. Steinheimer Law Review Award, presented "Corporate Wrongdoing and the In Pari Delicto Defense in Auditor … Continue reading W&L Student Note Winners

Prof. Scales on SIGTARP

Professor Adam F. Scales, Associate Professor of Law, recently published his article, SIGTARP: A Problem in Name Only, 68 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 457 (2011), in the Washington & Lee Law Review. The short article is a review and discussion of Aaron Sims's article, SIGTARP and the Executive-Legislative Clash: Confronting a Bowsher Issue with an Eye Toward Preserving the Separation … Continue reading Prof. Scales on SIGTARP

Anthony M. Kreis on Educational Media Co. v. Swecker

Third year law student, Anthony Michael Kreis, recently had his article that reviewed the Fourth Circuit case, Educational Media Co. at Virginia Tech Inc. v. Swecker, accepted by the South Carolina Law Review, 62 S.C. L. Rev. 533 (2011), for its annual Fourth Circuit Survey. Virginia's Alcohol Beverage Control Board is charged with promulgating regulations … Continue reading Anthony M. Kreis on Educational Media Co. v. Swecker

Prof. Millon on Organized Labor

Professor David Millon, the J.B. Stombock Professor of Law, recently published his article, Keeping Hope Alive, 68 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 369 (2011), in the Washington & Lee Law Review. The short article is a review and discussion of Micah Jost's article, Independent Contractors, Employees, and Entrepreneurialism Under the National Labor Relations Act: A … Continue reading Prof. Millon on Organized Labor

3L Nathan Howe Published in Environmental Law Reporter

Washington & Lee 3L Nathan Howe recently had his article, The Political Question Doctrine’s Role in Climate Change Nuisance Litigation: Are Power Utilities the First of Many Casualties published in the Environmental Law Institute's monthly Reporter. The article provides a case study of two recent decisions from the Second and Fifth Circuits, American Electric Power … Continue reading 3L Nathan Howe Published in Environmental Law Reporter

Law Review Student Note Winners

On October 21, third-year law students Micah Jost and Aaron Sims presented their winning law review notes during the annual event recognizing the best student articles produced by Washington and Lee Law Review staff writers. Jost, winner of the Roy L. Steinheimer Law Review Award, presented "Independent Contractors, Employees, and Entrepreneurialism under the National Labor … Continue reading Law Review Student Note Winners