Jul. 6, 2023—From citations to editorials, VLS faculty featured prominently amidst latest round of decisions
Jun. 20, 2023—Students gain legal experience through summer internships with federal and state agencies, courts, and law offices and by working for prosecutors, public defenders, legal nonprofits, and corporate legal departments
Jun. 14, 2023—Faculty learned how LLMs like ChatGPT and Casetext’s Co-Counsel could be used to develop syllabi and class materials and support research
Jun. 13, 2023—Agnes Pacheco chose to earn an LL.M. at Vanderbilt to achieve two goals: Expand her knowledge of international intellectual property law and learn about the American legal system. Agnes earned a law degree in Manila, Philippines, in 2016 after working as a paralegal for a team of intellectual property lawyers sparked her interest in a...
Jun. 12, 2023—Visiting Assistant Clinical Professor named full-time Director
Jun. 1, 2023—Article by Jim Rossi & Kevin Stack highlights shortcomings in current process and offers a two-part solution
May. 25, 2023—Vanderbilt’s Michael Vandenbergh and Jonathan Gilligan join discussion on how recent legislation can incentivize action
May. 19, 2023—Mulloy will oversee the city’s Cabinet for Economic Development
May. 18, 2023—Former high school history teacher plans to join Gibson Dunn & Crutcher in New York as an associate
May. 18, 2023—Demaral will be representing unaccompanied minors facing deportation during her two-year fellowship with Church World Service
May. 17, 2023—Hunt will work at New York-based nonprofit A Better Balance
May. 17, 2023—Dimnwaobi will work at the Tennessee Justice Center
May. 17, 2023—Study co-authored by Vanderbilt JD-PhD ’16 Elissa Philip Gentry and Vanderbilt’s W. Kip Viscusi examines the rationale of the Supreme Court’s COVID-era limitations on OSHA’s authority and what it means for future crises.
May. 12, 2023—23 members of the Class of 2023 received academic honors, journal awards, citizenship and leadership awards, or recognition from the Vanderbilt Bar Association
May. 9, 2023—Kaylee Brilhart was recognized for logging the highest number of pro bono hours—1,668—as a VLS student. Six members of the Class of 2023 completed the Pro Bono Pledge in both 2022 and 2023.
May. 5, 2023—Cruz brings significant public interest law experience from Nashville Public Defender’s Office.
May. 4, 2023—Procaccini’s lecture addressed the challenge of appropriate limits that respect the constitutional rights of teachers and students
May. 4, 2023—Michael Bressman, Sara Mayeux, Francesca Procaccini, Daniel Sharfstein and Kevin Stack, as well as adjunct faculty member Alexis Hoag, received the awards
May. 1, 2023—Currier’s article on the pitfalls of data anonymization is forthcoming in the New Mexico Law Review.
May. 1, 2023—Brunk is co-editor-in-chief of the American Journal of International Law. Dodge holds the John D. Ayer Chair in Business Law at UC-Davis.
Apr. 26, 2023—Judge Stranch discussed her career as a labor lawyer and an appellate judge in a Q&A moderated by ACS President Joey Vettiankal ’24.
Apr. 24, 2023—Digital assets legal expert Yesha Yadav and senior payment policy experts Jose Fernandez da Ponte and Amy Davine Kim explore how digital asset technologies can ensure a globally competitive payments system in the U.S.