Sep. 21, 2023—The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals will hear a case on whether two Alabama statues restricting solicitation violate individuals’ First Amendment rights
Sep. 21, 2023—Shaw received the award for his 2022 Chicago Law Review article, “The Public Right to Education”
Sep. 19, 2023—Murray’s lecture addressed the implications of the Supreme Court decision in Dobbs allowing states to restrict access to abortion
Sep. 18, 2023—In a candid talk sponsored by the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Community, Judge Gelpi discussed how his work as a prosecutor, magistrate judge, and district court judge in Puerto Rico informs his perspective as an appellate judge on the First Circuit Court.
Sep. 14, 2023—In New Research from the Vanderbilt Policy Accelerator, Ricks and Menand Call for Reforms to Treat Banks as Public Utilities
Aug. 29, 2023—Vanderbilt’s Stanton First Amendment Clinic joins with other Law School clinics to file an amicus brief in O’Connor-Radcliff v. Garnier
Aug. 26, 2023—The Sutherland Prize is Vanderbilt’s premier recognition of Vanderbilt faculty whose achievements in research and scholarship have garnered significant critical recognition. Slobogin has authored more than 200 books, articles, and chapters on topics related to criminal law and procedure, mental health law, and evidence.
Aug. 25, 2023—Students and recent graduates will serve as clerks for judges in federal appellate and district courts, the Court of International Trade, the Tennessee Supreme Court, and other state courts.
Aug. 24, 2023—Salles Diaz worked at the Satter Ruhlen Law Firm, while Ammisetty worked for the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union
Aug. 23, 2023—Wedgeworth worked for Legal Services of Alabama in Anniston and Gadsden this summer
Aug. 23, 2023—Longtime Nashville Congressman to teach and mentor, participate in VPA-related activities
Aug. 10, 2023—“Survivors Speaking Out” is a novel online resource designed to help victims understand their rights and respond to retaliation
Aug. 1, 2023—Sent to VLS by the Cherokee and Chickasaw Nations, Native American graduates returned to Oklahoma reservations to serve their communities
Jul. 26, 2023—Nineteen graduates from the Class of 2023 secured clerkships with judges in federal appellate and district courts, the Court of International Trade, and in state courts in 2023-24 and future terms.
Jul. 12, 2023—New research from Yesha Yadav spotlights an overlooked vulnerability in America’s financial system
Jul. 11, 2023—“Statutory Interpretation from the Inside: An Empirical Study of Congressional Drafting, Delegation, and the Canons: Part I” was cited by Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett in her concurrence