Feb. 26, 2010—Feinberg delivered the keynote address at Executive Pay conference sponsored by the Vanderbilt Law Review and the Law and Business Program
Feb. 18, 2010—Justice Stevens incorporates Blair and Stout's "team production" model into argument
Feb. 18, 2010—Midwest Title Loans v. Indiana addressed interest rate and fee limitations
Feb. 18, 2010—Obama's "executive pay czar" to speak at noon Feb. 26
Feb. 16, 2010—Thomas articles listed among the “Top 10 Corporate and Securities Articles” for 5 consecutive years
Feb. 16, 2010—Australian honor recognizes Pengilley's career service
Feb. 16, 2010—Retired Shearson & Sterling partner to head LWOB board
Feb. 15, 2010—Hyatt speakers for 2010-11 include DHHS Deputy Secretary William Corr '73
Jan. 21, 2010—Recent work addresses impact of technological advances on Fourth Amendment rights
Jan. 20, 2010—Wall Street Journal reporter uncovered institutionalized neoslavery in the post-Civil War South
Dec. 29, 2009—Americans value preventing deaths from terrorist attacks more than preventing deaths from natural disasters
Dec. 22, 2009—Clayton holds faculty appointments in Vanderbilt's medical and law schools
Dec. 9, 2009—Results indicate that laws mandating recycling are effective
Dec. 9, 2009—Pair say private incentives are needed to fill gaps until public measures are effected
Nov. 11, 2009—Featured speakers are Jennifer Thompson and Ronald Cotton
Nov. 4, 2009—Criminal justice expert Ken Haas and District Attorney Jashua Marquis will argue for and against the abolishment of the death penalty.
Oct. 15, 2009—"Emotional Competence, 'Rational Understanding,' and the Criminal Defendent" cited
Oct. 7, 2009—Atkins previously served as an SEC Commissioner from 2002-08
Sep. 21, 2009—The Bantas are cochairing promotion for the Class of 1979's 30th reunion.
Sep. 15, 2009—A Nashville Bar Journal interview with Tracy Kane, Class of 2008
Sep. 14, 2009—Tate chaired Vanderbilt's Department of Political Science and held a secondary appointment on the law faculty.