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Recent Faculty Scholarship & Activities January 2008

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Ronald L. Carlson was quoted in the Fulton County Daily Report regarding DeKalb County Superior Court Senior Judge Hilton M. Fuller Jr.'s decision to step down from the Brian Nichols' trial.

Walter Hellerstein, speaker, "The European Commission's Proposed Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base," the Tax Executive Institute's European Chapter Winter Conference, January, 2008 (with C. Staringer)

Ronald L. Carlson was quoted in The Gainesville Times regarding the possibility of a guilty plea from Gary Michael Hilton.

Walter Hellerstein was cited in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel regarding his opinion on Florida's portability provision.

Jamie Baker Roskie, Adequate Public Facilities Ordinances: A Comparison of Their Use in Georgia and North Carolina, 15 Southeastern Environmental Law Journal 345 (2007) (with J. Blasingame Custer)

David E. Shipley, Congressional Authority Over Intellectual Property Policy After Eldred v. Ashcroft: Deference, Empty Limitations, and Risks to the Public Domain, 70 Albany Law Review 1255 (2007) (symposium issue)

Daniel M. Bodansky, speaker, "The Future of the International Climate Change Regime: The Post-Bali Picture," Focus the Nation, January, 2007

Walter Hellerstein was cited by the president of Florida TaxWatch in an Associated Press article for his legal analysis on portability in the state of Florida.

R. Perry Sentell Jr., Georgia Local Government Law, 59 Mercer Law Review 285 (2007)

Carol A. Watson, Carpe Diem: Establish an Institutional Repository for Your Organization, LLRX.com (2007)

Daniel M. Bodansky, speaker, "Is There an International Environmental Constitution?", the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research workshop on Global Constitutionalism: Process and Substance, January, 2007

Ronald L. Carlson was quoted in USA Today regarding delays in the Brian Nichols case as well as an alleged breakout plot.

Harlan G. Cohen, Finding International Law: Rethinking the Doctrine of Sources, 93 Iowa Law Review 65 (2007)

Michael L. Wells, "Sociological Legitimacy" in Supreme Court Opinions, 64 Washington and Lee Law Review 1011 (2007)

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