Dec. 9, 2008—Study results indicate that financial 'quick fix' leads to personal bankruptcy
Nov. 26, 2008—Judge Daughtrey has served on the 6th Circuit for 15 years
Nov. 25, 2008—Study by Jim Blumstein and Mark Cohen suggests shared systems offer greatest cost savings
Nov. 11, 2008—Gov. Phil Bredesen announces judicial appointment
Oct. 27, 2008—Daniel Gervais delivers Finnegan & Henderson Disguished Lecture of Intellectual Property at American University
Sep. 24, 2008—Op/ed coauthored with Sloan Foundation President Emeritus & NYU Stern School Professor Emeritus Ralph Gomory
Sep. 23, 2008—Professor Moran one of 36 ACE Fellows nationwide, nominated by Chancellor Nick Zeppos
Sep. 8, 2008—Vanderbilt applications for fall 2008 increased 9% over 2007
Aug. 19, 2008—Tuke challenges Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander this fall
Jul. 28, 2008—Two-year USPTO pilot program will offer real-world experience in trademark law
Jul. 9, 2008—Opinion piece by Regulatory Program Co-director Michael Vandenbergh
Jun. 19, 2008—Professor Bressman's article, "Procedures as Politics in Administrative Law," recognized at ACS convention
May. 15, 2008—VLS students will be working for 22 organizations in 12 countries and the U.S.
May. 7, 2008—Property law experts Ely & Bruce, tax expert Schoenblum honored by students
Apr. 16, 2008—In the 2008 Burch lecture, Davis addressed the consequences of losing the war on poverty -- the war she believes matters most.
Apr. 16, 2008—Case concerns outer limits of claim preclusion in civil litigation under the freedom of information act