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
Apr. 16, 2008—Interdisciplinary network of Vanderbilt experts join forces to research climate change
Apr. 14, 2008—Conference and keynote address open to public
Apr. 10, 2008—Miller previously served as a judge on the Arkansas Court of Appeals
Apr. 2, 2008—Editors emphasize longstanding policy to encourage scholars to “hold, polish and improve” works in progress for submission next fall
Apr. 1, 2008—VLS professor and alumni honored by Nashville Capitol City Chapter of national organization
Mar. 31, 2008—Opens April 3 with keynote address by G. Edward White
Mar. 28, 2008—Dean Rubin emphasizes that excellence in legal scholarship and education will remain VLS's primary focus
Mar. 26, 2008—Binkley to take seat vacated by the retirement of Judge Walter C. Kurtz, '72
Mar. 26, 2008—Professor Moran will be one of 36 ACE Fellows to receive intensive higher education leadership training in 2008-09
Mar. 25, 2008—Carson wins one of two honorable mention awards in the 3rd Annual William E. Swope Antitrust Writing Competition
Mar. 14, 2008—Senate confirms Swain's appointment
Mar. 3, 2008—Zeppos is a distinguished legal scholar, teacher and administrator who has been a vital presence on the campus for two decades.
Feb. 26, 2008—13-volume treatise reflects the bankruptcy expertise of adjunct law professor and practitioner Bill Norton and more than 100 bankruptcy judges and practitioners nationwide
Feb. 25, 2008—University of Georgia team wins First Amendment Moot Court Competition
Feb. 25, 2008—A highly respected taxation expert, Professor Trautman taught at VLS from 1950-77.
Feb. 20, 2008—Teams of student advocates from 35 law schools will argue both sides of case