Learn more about Georgia Law and the prominent Georgians who once graced the school's hallways by viewing oral histories that have been recorded.
Woodruff Chair in International Law Diane Marie Amann presented "Lubanga, the First Verdict of the International Criminal Court" at the U.S. Department of Justice Human Rights and Special Prosecutions Section and acted as a discussant on the paper "The End of 'Modes of Liability' for International Crimes," written by University of British Columbia Law Professor James G. Stewart, during a recent trip to Washington, D.C.
Associate Professor Usha Rodrigues published "Corporate Governance in an Age of Separation of Ownership from Ownership" in 53 Corporate Practice Commentator 745 (2012) (reprinted from 95 Minnesota Law Review 1822 (2011)).
Associate Professor Elizabeth Chamblee Burch published "Optimal Lead Plaintiffs" in 53 Corporate Practice Commentator 893 (2012) (reprinted from 64 Vanderbilt Law Review 1109 (2011)).
Three Georgia Law professors contributed to the American Society of International Law's Annual Meeting during March. Associate Professor Harlan G. Cohen served as co-chair of the program committee, Woodruff Chair in International Law Diane Marie Amann served as a member of the program committee and presented "Lubanga, The First Verdict of the International Criminal Court," and Assistant Professor Timothy L. Meyer participated in a panel titled "International Energy Governance."
Alston Chair in Corporate Law Margaret V. Sachs will present "Shareholders and Social Justice Proposals" as part of a panel on using business law to serve social goals during the Business Law as Public Interest Law Symposium at the University of California, Irvine in April.