Law blog panel discusses future of Supreme Court, journalism

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Georgia Law was featured in Columns regarding the SCOTUSblog conference it co-sponsored with the Grady College and the Peabody Awards during September. The forum featured numerous panelists that focused on U.S. Supreme Court coverage in the digital age and current issues facing the court. The article was written by Aaron Hale and appeared on 9/23/13.


Why lead-paint makers escape fines that cost Big Tobacco billions

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Associate Professor Elizabeth Chamblee Burch was quoted in an article on Marketplace.org regarding lead-paint lawsuits in regards to paint companies not being held financially liable for health problems related to their products. The article was written by Sabri Ben-Achour and appeared on 9/23/13.


It's not over: Plaintiffs' attorney says judge could order promotions and back pay in Darr gender discrimination lawsuit

Monday, September 23, 2013

Hosch Professor Thomas A. Eaton was quoted in the Columbus Ledger Enquirer regarding the possible affects the jury's decision in a recent gender discrimination case might have on the parties involved. The article was written by Chuck Williams and appeared on 9/21/13.


Experts predict more divided decisions when Supreme Court takes on controversial cases in term

Friday, September 20, 2013

Associate Professor Erica J. Hashimoto was quoted in ABA News regarding a new challenge the court may face in regards to determining the legality behind certain searches pertaining to smartphone technology. The article was written by the American Bar Association and appeared on 9/20/13.


Texas Hold 'Em

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Associate Professor Sonja R. West published "Texas Hold 'Em" in Slate magazine regarding Texas' refusal to allow same-sex couples married elsewhere to get divorced and the new controversies this could create. The article appeared on 9/11/13.

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