Recent Faculty Scholarship & Activities October 2008
David A. Brennen was quoted in The San Diego Union-Tribune regarding California Proposition 8's proposed ban on same-sex marriage and the relationship to the issue of tax-exempt status of churches that refuse to perform same-sex marriages.
Sarajane N. Love was quoted in The Red & Black regarding the postponement of gender equity and child care benefits studies due to budgetary issues.
Daniel M. Bodansky, speaker, "International Climate Change: Post-Kyoto Challenges," Washington University in St. Louis, October, 2008
Weyman T. Johnson (adjunct professor) was quoted in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding the legal issues surrounding hiring someone with a communicable disease.
Daniel M. Bodansky, speaker, "The International Negotiations and the Bali Roadmap," a plenary session of the annual conference of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law in London, October, 2008
Jamie Baker Roskie, speaker, "Transfer of Development Rights & Conservation Subdivisions," ICLE Seminar on Zoning Law, October, 2008
Fazal Khan, panelist, "Stem Cells in Our Generation: A Panel Discussion with Experts in Stem Cell Science, Ethics and Laws," University of Georgia, October, 2008
Torin D. Togut was quoted in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution regarding the difficulty of winning an insanity defense.
Alan Watson, speaker, "Comparative Law and Society," Annual Meeting of the American Society of Comparative Law, October, 2008
Jeffry M. Netter (adjunct professor) was interviewed by the Athens Banner-Herald regarding the current economic situation and how it affects the average American.
Donald E. Wilkes Jr. was quoted in the Washington Post regarding the habeas rights of terrorism suspects held at Guantanamo Bay.
Harlan Cohen, chair of panel titled "Historical Attitudes of the United States towards International Law," International Law Weekend, October, 2008
Erica J. Hashimoto was quoted in the Fulton County Daily Report regarding a recent Georgia Supreme Court case on the standard for permitting untimely appeals in habeas cases.
"Recent Faculty Scholarship & Activities October 2008" (2008). Faculty Highlights. 147.