Faculty News

Professor Cited by California Court of Appeal

March 26th, 2014

Prof. S.I. Strong’s article, “Arbitration of Trust Disputes: Two Bodies of Law Collide,” published in 45 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 1157 (2012), was recently cited by the California Court of Appeal in McArthur v. McArthur. The

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ABA Intellectual Property Magazine Cover Features Article by Prof. Desnoyer

March 25th, 2014

The American Bar Association’s Intellectual Property magazine, Landslide, recently published a new article co-written by Prof. Brad Desnoyer. The article was featured as the magazine’s cover story and explores intellectual property issues — such as copyright, trademark

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“Teaching Employment Discrimination Law, Virtually” on Top Downloads List

March 24th, 2014

Prof. Miriam A. Cherry’s recently published paper, “Teaching Employment Discrimination Law, Virtually” was recently listed on SSRN’s (Social Science Research Network) Top Ten download list for: Innovation in Legal Education eJournal, International Employment and Labor Law eJournal,

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Prof. Uphoff Discusses $100 Million Civil Suit

March 21st, 2014

The Columbia Daily Tribune recently interviewed Prof. Rod Uphoff about the Ryan Ferguson civil case. Ferguson, released in November after being imprisoned on murder and robbery convictions, filed a civil suit against 13 defendants. The defendants include

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Symposium on Comparative Law Features Student Presentations

March 18th, 2014

Members of Prof. S.I. Strong’s comparative law seminar participated in a student symposium on Saturday, March 15. The event, which was held in the law school courtroom and was open to the public, included a keynote speech from Prof. Rod Uphoff comparing criminal

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