Recent Faculty Scholarship & Activities July 2007
E. Ann Puckett and Maureen A. Cahill, speakers, "A Friendly Game of Tag: Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) in Law Libraries", American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting, July, 2007
David A. Brennen is quoted in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding the consequences of an organization falsely claiming nonprofit status.
Ronald L. Carlson and Donald E. Wilkes Jr. are quoted in The Christian Science Monitor regarding the Georgia Supreme Court hearing of the Genarlow Wilson case.
Paul M. Kurtz and Donald E. Wilkes Jr. are quoted in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding B.J. Bernstein's (J.D. '87) decision to create media buzz in the Genarlow Wilson case.
James C. Smith, Real Estate Transactions: Problems, Cases, and Materials, 3d ed. (Aspen Publishers, 2007) (with R. Malloy)
Alan A. Cook is quoted by the Associated Press regarding the implications of the release of a tape that show underage teens engaging in sex acts.
Donald E. Wilkes Jr. spoke with the Associated Press regarding the denial of a death row inmate's bid to halt his execution.
Donald E. Wilkes Jr. is quoted in the Fulton County Daily Report concerning a Douglas County Superior Court judge's decision to deny bond to Genarlow Wilson while he is awaiting his appeal.
David A. Brennen, The Tax Law of Charities and Other Exempt Organizations: Cases, Materials, Questions and Activities, 2d ed. (Thomson/West, 2007) (with D. Jones, S. Willis and B. Moran)
Donald E. Wilkes Jr.’s books State Postconvention Remedies and Relief and Federal Postconvention Remedies and Relief were cited several times in Lott v. State, a recent Montana Supreme Court decision.
"Recent Faculty Scholarship & Activities July 2007" (2007). Faculty Highlights. Paper 133.
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