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Michael Newton serves on American Society of International Law Task Force

Feb. 3, 2009—ASIL task force recommends U.S. policy of positive engagement with International Criminal Court

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Oberlin President Martin Krislov discusses affirmative action

Jan. 27, 2009—Former University of Michigan counsel gives an inside look at two Supreme Court affirmative action cases

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Research by Tracey George illuminates the ways in which politics affect Supreme and appellate courts

Jan. 15, 2009—Administrations consider both political and policymaking goals, according to George

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William V. Corr, ’73, named Deputy Secretary at Department of Health & Human Services by President-elect Obama

Jan. 13, 2009—Corr currently heads a leading anti-tobacco organization, the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids

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Eve Biskind Kothen, ’75, wins 2009 AALS Father Drinan Award

Jan. 11, 2009—Klothen recognized for work as assistant dean for pro bono and public interest programs at Rutgers

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Research illuminates how the brain thinks about crime and punishment

Dec. 9, 2008—Law professor Owen Jones and neuroscientist Rene Marois collaborate on groundbreaking research

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Research by Paige Marta Skiba highlights payday loan problem

Dec. 9, 2008—Study results indicate that financial 'quick fix' leads to personal bankruptcy

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New study shows benefits of having privately and publicly managed prisons in the same state

Nov. 25, 2008—Study by Jim Blumstein and Mark Cohen suggests shared systems offer greatest cost savings

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Justice Sandra Day O’Connor speaks at Vanderbilt

Nov. 6, 2008—Justice O'Connor's "Conversation with the Law School" sponsored by the Sims Lecture Series

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TRIPS may evolve to keep pace with modern IP concerns

Oct. 27, 2008—Daniel Gervais delivers Finnegan & Henderson Disguished Lecture of Intellectual Property at American University

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Seven ways to reduce your carbon emissions

Oct. 20, 2008—Vanderbilt's Climate Change Research Network identifies "low-hanging fruit" actions to reduce individual carbon emissions

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Class of 2008 Order of the Coif members announced

Sep. 29, 2008—22 2008 graduates selected for membership

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Leadership Is More than Profit: Op/ed coauthored by Margaret Blair

Sep. 24, 2008—Op/ed coauthored with Sloan Foundation President Emeritus & NYU Stern School Professor Emeritus Ralph Gomory

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Beverly Moran to spend 2008-09 at MIT as ACE Fellow

Sep. 23, 2008—Professor Moran one of 36 ACE Fellows nationwide, nominated by Chancellor Nick Zeppos

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Class of 2011 includes students from 37 states, D.C., Canada, China, Jamaica and U.K.

Sep. 8, 2008—Vanderbilt applications for fall 2008 increased 9% over 2007

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What’s at stake for women in 2008 and beyond?

Sep. 2, 2008—Political psychologist Martha Burk to give talk Sept. 9

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Five new faculty join Vanderbilt Law School

Aug. 26, 2008—Experts in criminal law, international intellectual property law, conflicts between state and federal laws, securities regulation and appellate law join Vanderbilt's law faculty

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Bob Tuke, ’76, wins Tennessee Democratic Senatorial primary

Aug. 19, 2008—Tuke challenges Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander this fall

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Vanderbilt selected for U.S. Patent & Trademark Office Clinical Pilot Program

Jul. 28, 2008—Two-year USPTO pilot program will offer real-world experience in trademark law

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Crimes against humanity in Burma

Jul. 10, 2008—An opinion piece by Michael A. Newton

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Energy Policy Task Force will help Tennessee meet its energy needs

Jul. 9, 2008—Opinion piece by Regulatory Program Co-director Michael Vandenbergh

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Lisa Schultz Bressman honored as runner-up in Richard D. Cudahy Writing Competition

Jun. 19, 2008—Professor Bressman's article, "Procedures as Politics in Administrative Law," recognized at ACS convention

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38 VLS graduates secure clerkships

Jun. 16, 2008—30 2008 grads and 8 alumni secured judicial clerkships this year

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