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Recent Faculty Scholarship & Activities October 2007

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Walter Hellerstein was quoted in the St. Petersburg Times regarding the state of Florida's tax cut plan known as portability.

Ronald L. Carlson and Donald E. Wilkes Jr. were quoted in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding the handling of the Brian Nichols trial by Superior Court Judge Hilton Fuller.

Donald E. Wilkes Jr. wrote an opinion piece for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding the Genarlow Wilson case.

Russell C. Gabriel was quoted in an Associated Press article regarding the creation of a legislative panel to review how Superior Court Judge Hilton Fuller has handled the Brian Nichols case.

Lonnie T. Brown Jr. co-authored an article that appeared in the Athens Banner-Herald regarding the University of Georgia's efforts to conserve water.

Daniel M. Bodansky, "Targets and Timetables: Good Policy but Bad Politics?" in Architectures for Agreement: Addressing Global Climate Change in the Post-Kyoto World (J. Aldy and R. Stavins, ed.) (Cambridge University Press, 2007)

Walter Hellerstein was quoted in Barron's regarding the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court ruling on the topic of tax-free treatment of interest from in-state bonds.

Peter A. Appel, speaker, "Changing Intellectual Property and Corporate Legal Structures to Promote the U.S. Environmental Management and Technology Systems Industry," Boston College's The Greening of the Corporation Symposium, October, 2007 (with School of Law third-year student R. Irvin)

Walter Hellerstein was quoted in The Bond Buyer regarding whether or not the U.S. Supreme Court should uphold a lower court ruling against preferential state tax treatment of municipal bonds in the case Davis v. Kentucky.

Daniel M. Bodansky, speaker, "The Role of International Law in Addressing Climate Change," the American Branch of the International Law Association's International Law Weekend, October, 2007

Lonnie T. Brown Jr., expert commentator, "Lawyering at the Edge: Unpopular Clients, Difficult Cases, Zealous Advocates," a legal ethics conference sponsored by the Hofstra University School of Law, October, 2007

Lonnie T. Brown Jr. was quoted in The Red and Black regarding the Ad-Hoc University Task Force on Water Resources created by the University of Georgia to study the water shortage.

Ronald L. Carlson was quoted in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding the seven-year delay of the trial of a man accused of the molestation of three teenage boys.

Ronald L. Carlson was quoted in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding the death sentence review of Jack Alderman, a man convicted of killing his wife for life insurance proceeds.

Donald E. Wilkes Jr., speaker, "The Nightmare With No End," Fall Into Athens Anti-War Rally, October, 2007

Donald E. Wilkes Jr. wrote an opinion piece featured in theAthens Banner-Herald regarding proposed legislation to reform Georgia police eyewitness identification procedures.

Walter Hellerstein, panelist, "Municipal Bonds, State Income Taxes, and Interstate Commerce: Davis v. Kentucky Department of Revenue," American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research Event, October, 2007

Anne Proffitt Dupre has been selected to serve as a UGA senior teaching fellow. She is one of eight faculty members selected campus-wide for this honor that recognizes dedicated teaching scholars and values the synergistic relationship between teaching, research and service.

Sarajane N. Love was quoted in The Red and Black regarding the findings of a gender equity report done by the University of Georgia that sought to determine whether differences exist between male and female faculty members' salaries.

Daniel M. Bodansky, speaker, "International Sectoral Approaches in a Post-Kyoto Climate Framework," workshop in Tokyo, Japan, sponsored by the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and the Japanese Business Federation (Keidanren), October, 2007

Sonja R. West, The Story of Me: The Underprotection of Autobiographical Speech, 84 Washington University Law Review 905 (2006)

Alan A. Cook was quoted in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding the various ideas on death penalty reform.

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