Associate Professor Alexander W. Scherr recently published the 2012-2013 edition of Green’s Georgia Law of Evidence, a leading text on Georgia evidence law. The new edition reflects Georgia’s adoption of the federal rules of evidence and assesses the impact of the new code on prior Georgia law and its creation of new areas of argument.
Associate Professor Fazal Khan recently presented "The Challenge of Regulating Epigenetic Risk" at the Global Health Center Seminar on epigenetics and environment justice at the Oregon Health & Science University during January.
Callaway Chair Emeritus Ronald L. Carlson has published Carlson on Evidence: Comparing the Georgia and Federal Rules, a rule-by-rule comparison of the new and former Georgia, as well as federal, evidence rules (Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia, 2012) (with Michael S. Carlson).
Hosch Professor Thomas A. Eaton has published "Who Owes How Much? Developments in Apportionment and Joint and Several Liability Under O.C.G.A. § 51-12-33" in 64 Mercer Law Review 15 (2012).
Associate Professor Matthew I. Hall has published "How Congress Could Defend DOMA in Court (and Why the BLAG Cannot)" in 65 Stanford Law Review Online 92 (2013).