Recent Faculty Scholarship & Activities November 2008
Daniel M. Bodansky, speaker, "International Climate Policy: Top 10 Precepts for U.S. Foreign Policy," Arizona State University's Wrigley Lecture, November, 2008
Ronald L. Carlson was quoted in the Athens Banner-Herald regarding the possible effects a majority female jury may have on both the prosecution and defense in the Ricky Gear case.
E. Ann Puckett, How Potential Employers Approach Disability: A Survey of Law Students in Georgia, 69 University of Pittsburgh Law Review 509 (2008)
Daniel M. Bodansky, Does One Need to be an International Lawyer to be an International Environmental Lawyer?, 100 American Society of International Law Proceedings 303 (2008)
Peter B. "Bo" Rutledge has recently been appointed to serve on an American Arbitration Association delegation to the United Nations' Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL). The commission's mandate is to reduce the disparities in national laws governing international trade thus furthering the progressive harmonization and unification of the law of international trade.
Ronald L. Carlson was quoted in The Gainesville Times regarding a recent Georgia Supreme Court ruling on kidnapping.
Ronald L. Carlson, Distorting Due Process for Noble Purposes: The Emasculation of America's Material Witness Laws, 42 Georgia Law Review 941 (2008)
Ronald L. Carlson was quoted in an Associated Press article regarding the detention of six Chinese sailors in San Francisco as material witnesses.
Robert P. Bartlett, speaker, "The Determinants of Buyout Returns: Does Transaction Strategy Matter?" Vanderbilt University's Law & Business Colloquium, November, 2008
Ronald L. Carlson was quoted in the Athens Banner-Herald regarding a possible indictment on two charges of murder for the same crime.
Peter B. Rutledge, speaker, "Commercial Arbitration in the United States," Cardozo School of Law, November, 2008
"Recent Faculty Scholarship & Activities November 2008" (2008). Faculty Highlights. Paper 146.