May. 27, 2011—Dickerson was formerly dean of Stetson University College of Law
May. 16, 2011—David Barnes wins 2011 Founders Medal; other award winners announced.
May. 10, 2011—Clayton will head new committee convened by the Institute of Medicine for the DHHS Office of Family Planning.
May. 9, 2011—Professor Seymore will visit the Program in Science, Technology and Society.
May. 3, 2011—Professor Hudson hosts education series focusing on landmark Supreme Court First Amendment cases
May. 3, 2011—Sharp to fill vacant seat on U.S.District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee
May. 2, 2011—Professor Ruhl's current research explores environmental law relating to climate change.
Apr. 26, 2011—Students will work with 41 different organizations in 18 countries and the U.S.
Apr. 21, 2011—Johnson's paper will be published in "The Trademark Reporter," the law journal of the International Trademark Association.
Apr. 19, 2011—Loveless profiled in the National Law Journal and honored by Puget Sound Business Journal.
Apr. 17, 2011—King and Hoffmann outline recommendations for habeas reform in new book, "Habeas for the Twenty-First Century: Uses, Abuses and the Future of the Great Writ"
Apr. 15, 2011—Gooch is Senior Articles Editor of the Vanderbilt Law Review.
Apr. 7, 2011—Newton will serve a three-year term on the ASIL Executive Council
Apr. 1, 2011—Harris garners $5,000 scholarship and summer clerkship with Bradley Arant Boult Cummings
Mar. 29, 2011—"Habeas for the 21st Century: Uses, Abuses, and the Future of the Great Writ" released by University of Chicago Press
Mar. 28, 2011—Research team believes private carbon labeling will have a positive influence on consumer and business behavior.
Mar. 16, 2011—New book examines the shortcomings of the culpability linchpin and adult-type procedures placed on juvenile offenders.
Mar. 7, 2011—The Bator Award recognizes a young academic – under the age of forty – who has demonstrated excellence in legal scholarship, a commitment to teaching, a concern for students, and who has made a significant public impact.
Mar. 7, 2011—Klothen is assistant dean for pro bono and public interest programs at Rutgers School of Law
Mar. 2, 2011—Swain's current scholarship addresses impact of immigration.
Feb. 18, 2011—Vanderbilt students competed in the 2011 Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, Midwest Super Region
Feb. 18, 2011—Annual competition is sponsored by Vanderbilt Law School and the Freedom Forum First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt
Feb. 12, 2011—"The Invisible Line" chronicles American families' journey from black to white
Feb. 11, 2011—Teams argued First Amendment problem regarding when a school official may regulate student speech on the Internet.
Feb. 9, 2011—Shaw honored for work with Tennessee Justice for Our Neighbors, an advocacy organization for immigrants.