Jul. 6, 2011—Sharfstein will chronicle Southern lawyers who argued against integration in the courts in the decade following the Brown v. Board of Education decision.
Jun. 30, 2011—Law and political science professor Carol Swain combines research, opinions and scripture in a conservative analysis of current controversial issues.
Jun. 28, 2011—Professor Sitaraman was previously the Public Law Fellow and a lecturer at Harvard Law School.
Jun. 24, 2011—Haw studies antitrust law and will teach Antitrust Law and a seminar on the use of experts in legal decision-making at Vanderbilt.
Jun. 22, 2011—Nagareda's 2009 article, "Class Certification in the Age of Aggregate Proof," cited extensively in majority opinion and dissent.
Jun. 19, 2011—Environmental experts address strategies for creating networks to deal with complex environmental issues
Jun. 16, 2011—Professor Padmanabhan will be affiliated with Vanderbilts International Legal Studies and Criminal Justice programs.
May. 31, 2011—Blumstein concludes that expanded Medicaid mandate in the Affordable Care Act is "unenforceable"
May. 10, 2011—Clayton will head new committee convened by the Institute of Medicine for the DHHS Office of Family Planning.
May. 9, 2011—Professor Seymore will visit the Program in Science, Technology and Society.
Mar. 29, 2011—"Habeas for the 21st Century: Uses, Abuses, and the Future of the Great Writ" released by University of Chicago Press
Mar. 28, 2011—Research team believes private carbon labeling will have a positive influence on consumer and business behavior.
Mar. 16, 2011—New book examines the shortcomings of the culpability linchpin and adult-type procedures placed on juvenile offenders.
Mar. 7, 2011—The Bator Award recognizes a young academic – under the age of forty – who has demonstrated excellence in legal scholarship, a commitment to teaching, a concern for students, and who has made a significant public impact.
Mar. 2, 2011—Swain's current scholarship addresses impact of immigration.
Feb. 12, 2011—"The Invisible Line" chronicles American families' journey from black to white
Jan. 21, 2011—Seymores appointment as Associate Professor of Chemistry effective January 1, 2011.
Jan. 20, 2011—Justice Holland is the seventh recipient honored with the American Judicature Society's Opperman Award.
Dec. 16, 2010—Nita Farahany serves on commission; her research focuses on legal, philosophical and social issues arising from biosciences.
Dec. 7, 2010—Presentation at American Enterprise Institute addresses the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's expanded Medicaid mandate
Dec. 7, 2010—Professor Hurder will serve a three-year term on the Council.
Nov. 15, 2010—Hersch will serve a two-year term as a vice president of SEA
Oct. 27, 2010—Study by W. Kip Viscusi and Joni Hersch of Vanderbilt's Law & Economics Program finds Mexican immigrants work in higher risk jobs with low wages
Oct. 6, 2010—Award recognizes Clayton's significant contributions to the bioethics field.
Sep. 30, 2010—ACUS studies administrative processes and recommends improvements.