Prof. Fairfield on Do Not Track

Professor Joshua A. T. Fairfield, the Director of the Frances Lewis Law Center, recently published his article, "Do-Not-Track" as Contract, 14 Vand. J. Ent. & Tech. L. 545 (2012), in the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law. In the article, Professor Fairfield discusses a do-not-track option in web browsing. While there could be support and enforcement under the … Continue reading Prof. Fairfield on Do Not Track

Faculty Enclave

Every year, the faculty at W&L Law convene to share current scholarship and provide feedback to one another. Last week, seven faculty presented their papers and invited discussions, criticism, and suggestions for improvement. The presenters were as follows: Josh Fairfield: "Virtual Currency: How to Print Money for Fun and Profit" Aaron Haas: "The Marginalization of Religious … Continue reading Faculty Enclave

Prof. Millon SEALS President-Elect

Professor David Millon, the J. B. Stombock Professor of Law and Law Alumni Faculty Fellow at Washington and Lee University School of Law, was named president-elect of the Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) at its recent annual meeting. Millon will serve in this position during 2011-12 and will become president of the organization for … Continue reading Prof. Millon SEALS President-Elect

Joshua A. T. Fairfield: Book Review

In the upcoming edition of the Jurimetrics Journal, Professor Joshua A. T. Fairfield, the Director of the Frances Lewis Law Center, will have his review of Rutger's Professor Greg Lastowka's Virtual Justice published. Professor Fairfield notes that Lastowka's book is not just an introduction to virtual worlds and the rules that govern them. Instead, it is more … Continue reading Joshua A. T. Fairfield: Book Review

Professor Joshua A.T. Fairfield: Schwarzenegger v. Entertainment Merchants Association

In the upcoming Spring edition of the Law Alumni Magazine, Professor Joshua Fairfield, Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Frances Lewis Law Center, commented on the recently argued Supreme Court case, Schwarzenegger v. Entertainment Merchants Association. Professor Robin Wilson also commented on the case. Fairfield's views, in their entirety, are below: We should not … Continue reading Professor Joshua A.T. Fairfield: Schwarzenegger v. Entertainment Merchants Association

2010 Supreme Court Preview

Each year, the W&L Law chapter of the American Constitution Society sponsors a Supreme Court Preview, where law faculty discuss some of the key cases on the U.S. Supreme Court docket for the upcoming term. During the panel discussion, W&L professors frame the important issues of the case and explain the routes the cases took … Continue reading 2010 Supreme Court Preview