Courting Trouble: Why congressional efforts to hobble the EPA may result in a lot more environmental regulation

Friday, February 11, 2011

Associate Professor Peter A. Appel has authored an article in Slate magazine regarding several newly proposed congressional bills that would strip the EPA of its authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. The article appeared on 2/10/11.


Lawmaker proposes relabeling rape victims as 'accusers'

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Director of the Criminal Defense Clinic Russell C. Gabriel was quoted on CNN.com regarding a Georgia State Rep.'s proposal to rename rape, stalking and domestic violence victims "accusers" during trial in an effort to reduce potential emotional bias in jury members. The article appeared on 2/7/11.


A homicide justified? Police weigh facts

Monday, February 7, 2011

Callaway Chair of Law Emeritus Ronald L. Carlson was quoted in the Athens Banner-Herald regarding the application of the Castle Doctrine (a legal tenet for justifiable homicide on private property) in a local murder investigation. The article was written by Joe Johnson and appeared on 2/6/11.


Walter Hellerstein publishes article in State Tax Notes

Monday, January 31, 2011

Shackelford Distinguished Professor Walter Hellerstein has published "The Market State Approach to the Attribution of Receipts from Services," in 59 State Tax Notes 133 (2011) (with J. Swain).

 


Jim Smith delivers talk on green homes

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Martin Chair James C. Smith presented "The Green Home Movement: How Should We Define and Regulate “Green Homes,” Encourage Their Production, and Protect Purchasers and Residents?" during a panel sponsored by the Real Estate Transactions and Local Government Sections at the AALS Annual Meeting in January.

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