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Diane Marie Amann participates in conference on atrocity crimes

Friday, March 30, 2012

Woodruff Chair in International Law Diane Marie Amann served as a panelist at "The Atrocity Crimes Litigation Year in Review Conference," a daylong discussion held at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon during March. Panelists at the event reviewed recent decisions and developments in international criminal law, including the first verdict of the International Criminal Court.


Fazal Khan participates in ACS online symposium

Friday, March 30, 2012

Associate Professor Fazal Khan recently participated in an online blogging symposium with the American Constitution Society covering the oral arguments in the U.S. Supreme Court case HHS v. Florida. As part of the symposium, he provided commentary on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act titled "The Roberts Court Dangerously Close to Eroding Institution's Credibility."


Canton on 'environmental justice hotspots' list; City leaders skeptical on firm's findings

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Public Interest Fellow David Deganian was quoted in the Cherokee Tribune regarding his research on community pollution levels and the demographic characteristics of that community such as race and income. The article was written by Megan Thornton and appeared on 3/28/12.


Health care reform: The legal arguments

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Associate Professor Fazal Khan was interviewed on Minnesota Public Radio regarding the U.S. Supreme Court hearing oral arguments on the constitutionality of the Health Care Reform Act. The interview was conducted by Kerri Miller of "The Daily Circuit" and aired on 3/27/12.


Coca-Cola GC Leslie Turner on In-House Relationships and Responsibilities

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Georgia Law was featured in the Fulton County Daily Report regarding the 2012 Edith House Lecture with keynote speaker and Coca-Cola North America General Counsel Leslie Turner. The article was written by Katheryn Hayes Tucker and appeared on 3/23/12.

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