Mar. 30, 2023—Study from Vanderbilt Law’s Matthew Patrick Shaw frames education as a Property Interest
Mar. 15, 2023—The March 31 conference, to be held in-person and via webcast, will feature discussions on U.S. climate adaptation policy, algorithmic decision-making tools, and ESG mutual fund performance.
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Mar. 15, 2023—Opinion Piece co-authored by Vanderbilt Law Professor Morgan Ricks
Mar. 13, 2023—Vanderbilt Law Professor Morgan Ricks unpacks the policy issues with deposit insurance
Mar. 12, 2023—Morgan Ricks explains how the Federal Government intends to shore up Silicon Valley Bank's deposits
Mar. 2, 2023—Once exclusively used in matters of Patent Law, the idea has found its way into cases involving music
Feb. 28, 2023—Law School Professor Ganesh Sitaraman to lead effort to advance research, education and ideas in economic policy and regulation
Feb. 22, 2023—New study from Joni Hersch suggests that nondiscrimination in pay may not be sufficient to maintain a diverse legal workforce
Feb. 20, 2023—Study co-authored by Randall Thomas examines trends in litigation at the Delaware Court of Chancery
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Feb. 17, 2023—Three Law professors are among 23 faculty designated University Distinguished Professors, Vanderbilt’s highest faculty distinction.
Feb. 14, 2023—Yadav was one of three financial regulation experts who testified before the full committee in the aftermath of the crypto crash on why financial safeguards are needed for digital assets.
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Feb. 9, 2023—The new interdisciplinary program will be directed by Owen Jones, who holds appointments in the Law School and the Department of Biology. The program will sponsor faculty research and distinguished lectures featuring leaders in the field and host symposia.
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Feb. 9, 2023—New article details the impact of Dormant Commerce Clause on state marijuana regulations and proposes solution to minimize market disruptions
Feb. 8, 2023—A 20-year research arc featuring primate and human-centered studies uncovers a different explanation for cognitive biases
Feb. 8, 2023—New paper in Nature Climate Change highlights the need for research and policy initiatives to account for the feasibility of climate change mitigation policies.
Feb. 7, 2023—A D.C. District Court judge has ordered use of the “Fitzpatrick Matrix” to calculate attorneys’ fees, signifying the new tool’s formal acceptance.
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Feb. 6, 2023—New findings from Vanderbilt Law’s Paige Skiba offer implications for policymakers seeking to improve subprime credit markets
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Feb. 5, 2023—Rebecca Allensworth on the decision behind FTC’s loss of its bid to block acquisition
Feb. 2, 2023—The ruling is “a blow to the administration’s and the F.T.C.’s interest in being stronger in merger enforcement,” said Rebecca Haw Allensworth.
Jan. 31, 2023—Law Scholars reflect on Networks, Platforms & Utilities and its place in curriculum, scholarship, and debate
Jan. 27, 2023—Professor Rebecca Allensworth on the challenges the Department of Justice faces charting relatively underexplored areas of antitrust law.
Jan. 16, 2023—Dean Bostick joined Vanderbilt’s law faculty in 1971 and served as associate dean and director of admissions before serving as Dean of the law school from 1980 to 1985.
Dec. 19, 2022—Slobogin is the author of "Virtual Searches: Regulating the Covert World of Technological Policing" and a leading analyst of the impact of government surveillance that involves remote electronic monitoring of digital information on Americans' individual privacy and security. He discusses the implications of the transformation from physical searches and seizures to monitoring electronic data with host Alan Rozenshtein in the Dec. 19, 2022, Lawfare podcast.
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Dec. 16, 2022—Financial regulation expert Yadav discusses the federal charges against former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried, who faces an eight-count criminal indictment that includes charges of fraud and conspiracy and violating campaign finance laws in the wake of the collapse of his cryptocurrency empire, with CNN International news anchor Rosemary Church.
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