Recent Faculty Scholarship & Activities February 2008
Thomas A. Eaton was quoted in the Fulton County Daily Report regarding Georgia Senate Bill 449, the Landowners Protection Act.
Anne P. Dupre, "The Story of Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier: Student Press and the School Censor" in Education Law Stories (M. Olivas and R. Schenider, eds.) (Foundation Press, 2008)
Tara J. Melish (visiting professor), speaker, "Maximum Feasible Participation of the Poor: New Governance, New Accountability, and the Rise of National Poverty Hearings," the Junior International Law Scholars Association (JILSA) annual conference, February, 2008
Walter Hellerstein, speaker, "Consumption Taxation of Cross-border Trade in Services in an Age of Globalization," Queen's University symposium on Globalization and the Impact of Tax on International Investments, February, 2008
Jason M. Solomon, Judging Plaintiffs, 60 Vanderbilt Law Review 1749 (2007)
Lonnie T. Brown was quoted in Columns regarding his experience as the first person selected as an UGA Administrative Fellow.
Jamie Baker Roskie, speaker, "Local Watershed Protection Ordinances 101: How Nonprofit Organizations Can Benefit From Model Ordinances", Georgia River Network Conference, Rome, GA, February, 2008
Tara J. Melish (visiting professor), speaker, "Conventional Thinking: How International Conventions Effect Human Rights at Home," at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Conference on Race, Class, Gender and Ethnicity: Bringing Human Rights Home, February, 2008
Ronald L. Carlson was quoted in The Atlanta Journal Constitution regarding the decision not to pursue the death sentence in the trial of Gary Michael Hilton.
"Recent Faculty Scholarship & Activities February 2008" (2008). Faculty Highlights. Paper 139.