Visiting Professor Richard J. Peltz joined a panel of sociologists to talk about the social and economic dynamics of a phenomenon called "workplace mobbing" at the Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting in January.
Shackelford Distinguished Professor Walter Hellerstein will discuss the efficiency consequences of using formula apportionment as part of a panel at the International Tax Policy Forum/American Enterprise Institute Conference: Locating the Source of Taxable Income in a Global Economy in Washington, DC.
Professor Donald E. Wilkes Jr. has published the "Woolfolk Murder Case" in the online edition of the New Georgia Encyclopedia (University of Georgia Press, 2009).
Associate Professor Peter A. Appel has published Sustainable Commerce: Public Health Law and Environmental Law Provide Tools for Industry and Government to Construct Globally-Competitive Green Economies, 33 Southern Illinois University Law Journal 367 (2009) (with Dr. T. Rick Irvin, J.D.).
Carter Chair Michael L. Wells has published State-Created Property and Due Process of Law: Filling the Void Left by Engquist V. Oregon Department of Agriculture, 44 Georgia Law Review 161 (2009) (with A. Snedeker).