Apr. 10, 2012—Haw, an expert on antitrust law and the intersection of science and the law, offers two suggestions on how to address this issue.
Apr. 3, 2012—OConnor is a leading scholar in the field of conflict of laws.
Apr. 3, 2012—Bressman is a renowned scholar of administrative law and statutory interpretation who currently serves as the law schools associate dean for academic affairs.
Apr. 3, 2012—Kaufman founded and formerly headed Kirkland & Ellis's debt financing group and taught transactional law at Vanderbilt.
Apr. 2, 2012—Sherry honored for creative scholarship and stimulating and inspiring teaching.
Mar. 29, 2012—Newbern, who is an assistant clinical professor of law, will serve as one of 17 human relations commissioners for Metro Nashville.
Mar. 21, 2012—“Killing Time: An 18-year Odyssey from Death Row to Freedom,” a talk by John Thompson, will be held on March 27.
Mar. 16, 2012—U.S. Attorney General Holder delivered the Cecil Sims Lecture at Vanderbilt University March 16.
Mar. 16, 2012—Prize recognizes Sharfstein for his book, "The Invisible Line: Three American Families and the Secret Journey from Black to White"
Mar. 15, 2012—Perry is a member with Bone McAllester Norton in Nashville.
Mar. 13, 2012—Two Vanderbilt 2Ls awarded $5,000 scholarships by Bradley Arant Boult Cummings
Mar. 5, 2012—Moderated by Carol M. Swain, professor of political science and law, the event will include presentations by James F. Blumstein of Vanderbilt, Robert P. George of Princeton University and Michael Paulsen of St. Thomas School of Law.
Feb. 27, 2012—First Vanderbilt team to enter competition wins first place and best written submission.
Feb. 22, 2012—Gerdts served as general counsel of PricewaterhouseCoopers US.
Feb. 16, 2012—Judges include seven Vanderbilt Law alumni.
Feb. 13, 2012—Rethinking Novelty in Patent Law” to be included in Thomson-Wests 2012 Intellectual Property Law Review.
Feb. 13, 2012—The team will compete in the international competition in March in Washington, D.C.
Feb. 10, 2012—Professor Belton retired from a distinguished 34-year career at Vanderbilt in 2009.
Feb. 9, 2012—In “Atrocity, Entitlement and Personhood: The Value of Violence in Property Law,” Sharfstein examines the impact of violence on Americans perceptions of property rights.
Feb. 6, 2012—Undergraduate: Norwegian School of Economics & Business Administration, Bergen, Norway Career focus: Corporate transactions Hedda Leikvang spent the summer between her first and second years of law school at her home in Oslo, Norway, working on her thesis for the M.Sc. in finance she is earning at the Norwegian School of Economics & Business Administration...
Feb. 6, 2012—One of Jim Sanders‘ prized possessions is a self-help book for attorneys, Francis Wellman’s The Art of Cross Examination. Sanders received the copy of Wellman’s book, which he mounted and framed, as a gift from movie director John Landis after the trial in which he and his former law partner, Jim Neal ’57, successfully defended...
Feb. 6, 2012—After graduating from Stanford with degrees in Spanish and history, Justin Hulse and his wife moved to Redmond, Washington, where Justin spent a year as a programmer for Microsoft on such familiar Internet products as Hotmail, Instant Messenger, Skydrive and Explorer “plugins” — and where their first son was born. But Justin had always planned to...
Feb. 6, 2012—Hometown: Chicago, Illinois Summer 2011: Associate, DLA Piper, San Francisco, California Summer 2010: Legal Intern with Navy JAG Corps, San Diego, California, and judicial intern with Judge Eugene Siler on the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in London, Kentucky Career plan: Practice labor and employment law When Christian Orozco was a high school freshman, one...