Jan. 28, 2013—Available online, with hard copies available by mid-February
Jan. 28, 2013—NES offers leadership development to motivated young professionals
Jan. 25, 2013—Team represented Juana Villegas in case that brought national attention to rights of women in police custody
Jan. 22, 2013—"Angry Judges" proposes a new model for judicial anger
Jan. 20, 2013—Judge Varlan has served the Eastern District of Tennessee since 2003
Jan. 15, 2013—Gebhardt's appointment was announced by Attorney General Eric Holder
Jan. 15, 2013—Bradford has served as Owen's dean for eight years
Jan. 14, 2013—Johnson will serve her two-year fellowship with the National Women’s Law Center
Jan. 7, 2013—Gervais’ updated commentary on TRIPS now incorporates original proposals for the agreement from individual nations
Jan. 2, 2013—George directs Vanderbilt's Cecil D. Branstetter Program in Litigation and Dispute Resolution
Dec. 18, 2012—Bridgeman earned a J.D. and a Ph.D. in philosophy at Vanderbilt.
Nov. 30, 2012—Wertheim's U.S. firm, Tea Importers, is the majority shareholder of Sorwathé.
Nov. 20, 2012—Newton previously served on ASIL Task Force on U.S. Policy Toward the ICC.
Nov. 14, 2012—Articles by Ingrid Wuerth and Lewis Yelin cited in discussion of foreign state immunity.
Nov. 2, 2012—Wuerth will be a reporter on the Restatement (Fourth) of the Foreign Relations Law of the United States, published by the American Law Institute.
Oct. 31, 2012—Summit set to discuss the future of energy transmission in the southeast.
Oct. 29, 2012—Speaker-designate Darrin Williams 93 of the Arkansas General Assembly
Oct. 19, 2012—Oestreicher honored for work on U.S. v. Jefferson
Sep. 14, 2012—Blumsteins testimony before Ways and Means Health Subcommittee addressed a legal problem with the provision of medical insurance subsidies.
Sep. 14, 2012—Vanderbilt marks Constitution Day on September 20, 2012.