Nov. 11, 2009—Featured speakers are Jennifer Thompson and Ronald Cotton
Nov. 4, 2009—Criminal justice expert Ken Haas and District Attorney Jashua Marquis will argue for and against the abolishment of the death penalty.
Oct. 15, 2009—"Emotional Competence, 'Rational Understanding,' and the Criminal Defendent" cited
Oct. 7, 2009—Atkins previously served as an SEC Commissioner from 2002-08
Sep. 21, 2009—The Bantas are cochairing promotion for the Class of 1979's 30th reunion.
Sep. 15, 2009—A Nashville Bar Journal interview with Tracy Kane, Class of 2008
Sep. 14, 2009—Tate chaired Vanderbilt's Department of Political Science and held a secondary appointment on the law faculty.
Sep. 10, 2009—Conners' career as a health care litigator spanned 50 years
Aug. 27, 2009—Entering J.D. and LL.M. students represent broad spectrum of experience and academic backgrounds
Aug. 6, 2009—As a partner in Branstetter Stranch & Jennings in Nashville, Stranch is an expert in ERISA law
Jul. 13, 2009—Swain appointed to second term; Fitzpatrick joins committee as new member
Jul. 2, 2009—VLS alums will serve in the D.C., 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 10th Circuit Courts of Appeals
Jun. 29, 2009—Danny Van Horn '97 elected vice president, to serve as president in 2011-12
Jun. 22, 2009—"How Mead Has Muddled Judicial Review of Agency Action" cited in concurring opinion in Coeur Alaska, Inc. v. Southeast Alaska Conservation Council et. al.
May. 8, 2009—Retiring professors honored for their contributions and career achievements
May. 8, 2009—Lewis is professor of political science and professor of law at Vanderbilt
May. 8, 2009—Tory Hodges Lewis receives 2009 Founders Medal
May. 7, 2009—Branstetter honored for distinguished legal career and support of Vanderbilt Law School
May. 7, 2009—Neuharth served as president of the Law School's National Council from 2005-07
Apr. 29, 2009—VLS students accept positions with 25 different international organizations
Apr. 21, 2009—Awards recognize outstanding teaching, based on students' votes
Apr. 15, 2009—Award recognizes Tate's scholarship on international human rights and judicial systems