Oct. 6, 2010—Award recognizes Clayton's significant contributions to the bioethics field.
Sep. 30, 2010—ACUS studies administrative processes and recommends improvements.
Sep. 29, 2010—Report uses data collected by students in the Sports Law course taught by David Williams
Sep. 23, 2010—Swain is the author of Debating Immigration, a collection of essays that explore immigration and citizenship
Sep. 20, 2010—Jones works at the intersection of law and biological sciences, directs MacArthur Foundation Law & Neuroscience Project
Sep. 20, 2010—Blairs work focuses on corporate law and financial markets.
Sep. 13, 2010—Stranch is an ERISA expert and managing member of Branstetter Stranch & Jennings in Nashville
Sep. 2, 2010—Justice Clark was appointed to the five-judge panel by Governor Phil Bredesen in 2005 and elected to a full 8-year term in 2006.
Jul. 22, 2010—Students are serving in courts, public interest and government legal offices with stipend funding
Jul. 20, 2010—Students gain substantive experience working for judicial chambers, legal offices and advocacy organizations
Jul. 13, 2010—2010 Judicial Clerkship Announcement
Jul. 12, 2010—See a portion of the proceedings of the first Bioethics Commission meeting
Jul. 12, 2010—Eight 2010 Vanderbilt Law graduates were Presidential Management Fellow finalists
Jul. 12, 2010—Pro Bono Pledge Program tracks service hours completed by Vanderbilt Law students
Jul. 12, 2010—Skiba studies factors that drive demand for pawnshops
Jul. 8, 2010—Reinganum will serve as secretary/treasurer in 2010-11, vice president in 2011-12, and president in 2012-13.
Jun. 29, 2010—ALI Principles of the Law of Aggregate Litigation, prepared by Reporter Samuel Issacharoff and Associate Reporters Nagareda, Robert Klonoff and Charles Silver
Jun. 28, 2010—En Banc Roundtable edition on Free Enterprise Fund v. PCAOB cited
Jun. 23, 2010—Honors conferred at TBA's annual conference in Nashville
Jun. 23, 2010—Ali is one of 13 men and women selected for the Class of 2010-11.
Jun. 20, 2010—Haley is a pioneering scholar of comparative and Japanese law
Jun. 8, 2010—Vanderbilt Law School seeks to control rising tuition costs
May. 20, 2010—Cheng explores questions of whether courts should rely on statistical inferences for findings of liability or guilt