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Title IX Subject of Prof. Abrams’ Interview on WFAN All-Sports Radio

September 5th, 2013

Prof. Doug Abrams recently appeared as the guest on “The Sports Edge,” the weekly youth sports show on WFAN-New York, one of the nation’s leading all-sports radio stations. He and host Rick Wolff discussed how Title IX

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Prof. Trachtenberg Discusses a Controversial Decision Made by Missouri Prosecutor

September 4th, 2013

In a recent interview with KOMU 8 News, Prof. Ben Trachtenberg commented on Pettis County (Mo.) Prosecutor Jeff Mittelhauser’s decision to not immediately pursue a previous assault charge against Rudy Perez Jr., who subsequently killed a VA

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Professor Travels to South America to Teach, Present

September 3rd, 2013

Prof. S.I. Strong travelled recently to Cartagena, Colombia, to present a paper on procedural autonomy at the Sixth International Congress of Procedural Law. The paper, which answers the question of why harmonization of common law and civil

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Virginia Journal Publishes Prof. Abrams’ Article About 12-Year-Old Girl’s 1973 Suit That Influenced Gender Equity in Sports

August 30th, 2013

The Virginia Journal Social Policy & the Law has published Prof. Doug Abrams’ latest article, “The Twelve-Year-Old Girl’s Lawsuit That Changed America: The Continuing Impact of NOW v. Little League Baseball, Inc. at 40.” In 1972, Little

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Law School Faculty Lead Workshops at the 2013 SEALS Annual Conference

August 29th, 2013

The 2013 Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) held its Annual Conference from August 4-10. Several School of Law faculty led workshops at the conference: Dean Gary Myers and Professors Robert Bailey, R. Lawrence Dessem, Joshua Hawley,

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