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

Symposium Review: Fringe Economy

On November 10th and 11th, the Washington and Lee Law Review, sponsored the "Regulation in the Fringe Economy" symposium at the Washington and Lee School of Law. The symposium was co-sponsored by the Frances Lewis Law Center, the Consumer Credit Research Foundation, the Washington and Lee Class of 1963 Scholar-in-Residence Fund, and the National Conference … Continue reading Symposium Review: Fringe Economy

Prof. Jost on ACA Loopholes

Professor Timothy S. Jost, the Robert L. Willett Family Professor of Law, recently had his article, Loopholes in the Affordable Care Act: Regulatory Gaps and Border Crossing Techniques and How to Address Them, published in the Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law and Policy. In the article, Professor Jost discusses the comprehensive regulation found in the … Continue reading Prof. Jost on ACA Loopholes

Prof. Johnson on Banker Regulation

Professor Lyman P. Q. Johnson, the Robert O. Bentley Professor of Law, recently had his article, Beyond the Inevitable and Inadequate Regulation of Bankers: A Comment on Painter, published in the upcoming University of St. Thomas Law Journal. The article is a comment on Richard Painter's article, The Moral Responsibilities of Investment Bankers, also published in the … Continue reading Prof. Johnson on Banker Regulation