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Faculty and Staff in the Spotlight

Published: Aug 28th, 2000

Professor Lars Noah has published “Rewarding Regulatory Compliance: The Pursuit of Symmetry in Products Liability,” 88 Geo. L.J. 2147 (2000); and (with co-authors) “Regulatory Improvement Legislation: Risk Assessment, Cost-Benefit Analysis, […]

Faculty and Staff in the Spotlight

Published: Aug 28th, 2000

Professor Robert Moffat’s “Whining in the Spoiled Society: Can Semiotics Help Us Survive Prosperity?” is Chapter XVI in “The Law” vs. “The People,” Peter Lang Publishers, 2000.

Faculty and Staff in the Spotlight

Published: Aug 28th, 2000

Professor Paul Magnarella’s book, “Justice in Africa,” has been nominated for the Raphael Lemkin Award from the Institute for the Study of Genocide, to be presented March 2001. The award […]

Faculty and Staff in the Spotlight

Published: Aug 28th, 2000

Professor Jonathan Cohen wrote “Apology and Lawsuits: Toward Better Lawyering and Dispute Resolution,” in Alternative, and “Apology: Moral Conduct Can Also Be Good Business,” in Dispute Resolution Magazine. His article, […]

Faculty and Staff in the Spotlight

Published: Aug 28th, 2000

Professor Thomas Cotter coauthored “The Elusive Logic of Standing Doctrine in Intellectual Property Law,” reprinted from the Tulane Law Review.

Faculty and Staff in the Spotlight

Published: Aug 28th, 2000

Professor Walter Weyrauch’s essay “Nonrational Sources of Scholarship: Remembering David Daube (1909-1999),” has been accepted for publication in Rechtshistorisches Journal, a journal of legal history, published in Frankfurt, Germany, in […]

Noted antitrust expert named first Criser Eminent Scholar

Published: Aug 28th, 2000

William H. Page, regarded as one of the nation’s top antitrust scholars, has been selected as the law school’s first Marshall M. Criser Eminent Scholar in Electronic Communications and Administrative […]