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Susan Rozelle

Associate Dean Susan D. Rozelle has been appointed to the Editorial Board of the ABA Criminal Justice Magazine; her article, Practice Attributional Charity: Cognitive Bias in Intentional Homicide Law, is forthcoming in volume 47 of the Texas Tech Law Review (invited symposium contribution); and she presented “Eating the Elephant: Institutional Strategies for Work-Life Balance,” at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools Conference in August. var… » Read more
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Carol Henderson

Professor Carol Henderson was appointed to the planning committee for Forensic Science Programs for the Judicial Division of the ABA.  Programs will take place during both midyear and annual ABA meetings. She also was invited to present “Facing Twenty-First Century Challenges to Expert Testimony: An Approach for Success” and “The Future Relationship of Law and Forensic Science: A Collaborative Model” in Seoul, South Korea at… » Read more
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Peter Fitzgerald

Professor Peter Fitzgerald’s article, Good Badger, Bad Badger: The Impact of Perspective on Wildlife Law and Policy, was recently published in the Journal of Animal & Natural Resource Law (10 J. Animal & Natural Resource Law 41 (2014)).… » Read more
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Ashley Krenelka Chase and Elizabeth C. Barnes

Ashley Krenelka Chase and Elizabeth C. Barnes recently had an  article published in Collection Management.  The article is titled  The Road Oft Traveled: Collection Analysis and Development in a Modern Academic Law Library.  … » Read more
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Peter Fitzgerald

Professor Peter Fitzgerald will have a short piece entitled “The WTO, Hunting Seals, and Public Morality” in the Wildlife News column of the Animal Law Committee of the ABA Torts and Insurance Practice Section summer newsletter. The piece discusses the WTO Appellate Body’s May 22nd  decision in the EU Seal Products Regulation case – the first AB decision to recognize that animal welfare concerns are… » Read more
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Mark Bauer

Professor Mark Bauer’s article, “’Peter Pan’ As Public Policy: Should Fifty-Five Plus Age-Restricted Communities Continue To Be Exempt From Civil Rights Law and Substantive Federal Regulation?,” 21 Elder L. J. 33 (2013), has been selected for reprinting in the Zoning and Planning Law Handbook (Thomson Reuters 2014), as one of the most important contributions to the literature of zoning and land use law of the… » Read more
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Rebecca Morgan

Professor Rebecca Morgan, and husband Jay, were recognized May 3 by the Friends of the Sunshine Center, Inc., during their Puttin’ on the Ritz gala.  … » Read more
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Ciara Torres-Spelliscy

Professor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy recently presented on a panel on “Democratic Values,” at the Mertz Gilmore Foundation in New York, NY.  Professor Torres-Spelliscy also recently moderated a panel on “Alternative Approaches to Political cases” at Brennan Center’s Symposium on Money in Politics 2030: Towards a New Jurisprudence at NYU School of Law.… » Read more
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Catherine Cameron

Professor Catherine Cameron’s upcoming talk, “Twibel: Fight Bad Speech with More Speech,” with Law alumna Ellyn Angelotti is included in the Texas Bar Journal.… » Read more
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Luz Nagle

Professor Luz Nagle was Commentator and Rapporteur on the panel, “The Legal Profession’s Contribution to the Global Fight against Corruption,” at the 5th Conference of States on the United Nations Convention against Corruption, Panama City, Panama, on Nov. 26.  The Conference was presented by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime.… » Read more
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