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—Koch will fill seat vacated by retiring justice Adolpho A. Birch, Jr.
Jun. 19, 2007—Tort reform is a hot topic in the U.S.
May. 29, 2007—Cooke's work on behalf of Floridians living in poverty recognized with award
May. 24, 2007—Students pursue projects throughout U.S. and in 7 foreign countries
May. 23, 2007—Decision "takes major step," according to Nagareda
May. 11, 2007—Grant funds work on neural basis of assessing deserved punishment
May. 2, 2007—Students accept positions in 10 foreign countries and U.S.
May. 1, 2007—CFA grant will support study examining intellectual property disputes in the Andean community
Apr. 22, 2007—Essays by leading experts explore issues raised by immigration in U.S. and Europe
Apr. 19, 2007—Essay examines how neuroscience may affect legal responsibility
Apr. 11, 2007—Criminal law scholar Frank Zimring finds an important lesson in recent crime trends.
Apr. 10, 2007—2007 Charney Lecture stresses importance of upholding human rights
Apr. 1, 2007—Legal scholars, mediators, social scientists & social advocates explore ways to apply research on conflict resolution
Mar. 29, 2007—Congressional appointment announced by Commission Southern Regional Director Peter Minarik
Mar. 21, 2007—Frederick Work and Edward Porter, first African American students, honored