Nov. 16, 2007—Health care economist Alain Enthoven delivers Cooper Health Policy Lecture
Nov. 1, 2007—Nagareda's newly released book, "Mass Torts in a World of Settlement," proposes an innovative solution to high-stakes cases such as Vioxx
Oct. 30, 2007—Team will explore changes in curriculum and enhanced real-world training
Oct. 30, 2007—Experience as Metro's legal director prepared Dean to serve as city's mayor
Oct. 25, 2007—Article receives annual award for scholarship
Oct. 25, 2007—New book offers comprehensive overview of the Supreme Court for lay people
Oct. 24, 2007—"Father of managed competition" Alain Enthoven of Stanford University to lecture on health reform Nov. 9
Oct. 23, 2007—VULS hosted World Intellectual Property Conference Oct. 17-19
Oct. 9, 2007—Vanderbilt University researchers will share $10 million MacArthur grant
Oct. 8, 2007—Grant will help defray student expenses
Sep. 20, 2007—Chimps follow some human-like traits when it comes to cost, value and property
Sep. 12, 2007—Dean wins Sept. 11 runoff, will take office Sept. 21
Sep. 12, 2007—"One of the most interesting and talented first-year classes in the nation"
Sep. 4, 2007—Commission will focus on expanding job opportunities for disabled lawyers
Aug. 22, 2007—Two-year study determined that fewer state convictions were overturned since 1996 amendments were enacted
Aug. 22, 2007—Longest-serving faculty member departs August 31
Aug. 20, 2007—Study ranks faculties based on the average number of times their research is cited
Jul. 13, 2007—President Bush nominates experienced criminal defense attorney Yarbrough to top slot In Middle Tennessee District
Jun. 19, 2007—Tort reform is a hot topic in the U.S.
Jun. 19, 2007—Koch will fill seat vacated by retiring justice Adolpho A. Birch, Jr.