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Recent Faculty Scholarship & Activities December 2008

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Alan Watson, Digest of Justinian (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2008)

Peter B. Rutledge was quoted in the CQ Researcher article titled "Limiting Lawsuits: Is Business Pushing Too Hard to Restrict Litigation?" regarding his research on arbitration.

Paul Kurtz was quoted in the Chattanooga Times Free Press regarding alumnus Scott Forster's (J.D.'89) U.S. Supreme Court case selection and preparation.

David A. Brennen, speaker, "Solomon Amendment and Beyond: Does Amelioration Ameliorate?", Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, January, 2009

Hillel Y. Levin's article "The Food Stays in the Kitchen: Everything I Needed to Learn About Statutory Interpretation I Learned by the Time I Was Nine" was recently listed on one of SSRN's top 10 download lists.

Jamie Baker Roskie, speaker, "The State of Planning in Georgia", Georgia Municipal Association Mayors' Day Conference, January, 2009

Margaret V. Sachs was recently appointed to serve as a member of the Association of American Law Schools' Committee to Review the 2009 Scholarly Papers. This committee is responsible for selecting a winning scholarly work from articles submitted by junior faculty members throughout the nation.

Lisa Milot, The Case Against Tax Incentives for Organ Transfers, 45 Willamette Law Review 67 (2008)

David E. Shipley, chair of the university's Curriculum Committee, was quoted in The Red & Black regarding the addition of three new majors in engineering.

Jamie Baker Roskie was quoted in the Fulton County Daily Report regarding the density of development along North Druid Hills Road in DeKalb County.

Walter Hellerstein was quoted in Tax Analysts' State Tax Notes regarding Maryland corporate income tax reporting methods as a member of a Maryland Bar Association panel on state tax policy.

Paul J. Heald, speaker, "Imperical Study of Music and Movies", University of Chicago Law School and Case Western Reserve University School of Law, October, 2008

Alan Watson, speaker, "War and Peace: The Fetiales," a colloquium on Law and Religion in Ancient Rome at the University of Tilburg (Netherlands), December, 2008

David E. Shipley, Due Process Rights Before the EU Agencies: The Rights of Defense, 37 Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 1 (2008)

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