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Professor Lietzan Speaks at Food & Drug Law Institute Annual Meeting

Last week, Professor Erika Lietzan spoke at the Food & Drug Law Institute’s annual meeting. Her talk discussed the Fifth Circuit’s Apter v. HHS decision (which relates to FDA’s famous “you’re not a horse” tweet.) The FDLI is a nonprofit membership organization for specialists in food and drug law, whether they are in private practice, industry, government, or academia. Professor…

David Gamage publishes two pieces on California’s budget deficit

Professor David Gamage, the Law School Foundation Distinguished  Professor of Tax Law & Policy, published two new articles, Part I and Part II in a series, on the budget deficit faced by the state of California. In his articles, coauthored by Darien Shanske at UC-Davis School of Law, Gamage examines the budget deficit and proposes solutions. Both pieces serve as…

Mizzou Law Announces Exciting New Faculty Hire

Officials at the University of Missouri School of Law are thrilled to announce a new hire that promises to bolster the Mizzou Law faculty this summer. Professor C. Eric Hintz will join Mizzou Law as an associate professor of law. He will begin work in Hulston Hall on July 1. Professor Hintz will be joining Mizzou Law from Shapiro Arato…

Associate Dean Sperino Quoted in Forbes

Sandra Sperino, associate dean for research and faculty development, was quoted last week in Forbes on a story about Supreme Court expansion of employer risk of discrimination. To read her quotes and the full story, visit:…

Professor Gamage presents two papers at UCI Tax Symposium

Professor David Gamage presented two papers he coauthored at the 6th Annual UCI Law – Taylor Nelson Amitrano, LLP Tax Symposium on April 18. Prof. Gamage’s papers, “What is Income Under the Constitution?” and “Money Moves: Taxing the Wealthy at the State Level” look at the constitutional definition of income and outline frameworks for state-level wealth…

Professor Emeritus John Lande wins ABA award for scholarly work

On April 13, John Lande, the Isidor Loeb Professor Emeritus and former director of the LLM Program in Dispute Resolution at Mizzou Law, was awarded the American Bar Association Award for Outstanding Scholarly Work in Dispute Resolution. Professor Lande was given the award for his lifetime of scholarship which has contributed significantly to the dispute resolution field. Professor Lande’s scholarship…

Professor Renee Henson Presents on AI at North Dakota Law Review Symposium

Renee Henson, visiting assistant professor of law at Mizzou Law, presented at North Dakota Law Review’s Symposium on Technology and Innovation at the North Dakota Law School. She presented her forthcoming article, Bridging the Divide: Does the EU’s AI Act Offer Code for Regulating Emergent Technologies in…

Professor David Gamage publishes forthcoming article on Sixteenth Amendment

Professor David Gamage has published an article in a forthcoming issue of the Washington University Law Review. Gamage’s article, “The Original Meaning of the Sixteenth Amendment,” he argues that according to the original meaning of the Sixteenth Amendment, current approaches to constitutional tax questions are wrong. He says focus of the Sixteenth Amendment and of the Congressional income tax power…

Professor Meyer Publishes Article in SLU Law Journal

Anthony Meyer ’18, a visiting associate professor at Mizzou Law, published an article in the Saint Louis University Law Journal this spring regarding the use of the phrase “white collar crime.” In his piece, Professor Meyer argues that although the phrase “white collar crime” is ubiquitous among lawyers, it is a euphemism that creates an arbitrary distinction among crimes and…