Lori Ringhand publishes article in American University Law Review

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Associate Professor Lori A. Ringhand has published "May it Please the Senate: An Empirical Analysis of the Senate Judiciary Committee Hearings of Supreme Court Nominees, 1939-2009" in 60 American University Law Review 589 (2011) (with P. Collins).


Lori Ringhand receives a Congressional Research Grant

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Associate Professor Lori A. Ringhand has been awarded a Congressional Research Grant from The Dirksen Congressional Center along with political scientist Paul M. Collins Jr. The duo will use the grant to expand the scope of their research on the U.S. Supreme Court confirmation process.

 


Paul Heald's article selected for inclusion in the Intellectual Property Law Review

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Allen Post Professor Paul J. Heald's article "Trademark Infringement, Trademark Dilution, and the Decline in Sharing of Famous Brand Names: An Introduction and Empirical Study" was one of only a handful of intellectual property law articles selected for inclusion in the 2011 Intellectual Property Law Review, a yearly anthology published by West Group. Heald's article was originally published in 59 Buffalo Law Review 141 (2011).


Recent Scholarship about Open Access Publishing

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Director of the Law Library Carol A. Watson was mentioned in The Chronicle of Higher Education regarding her paper "Citation Advantage of Open Access Legal Scholarship" and the open access publishing debate. The article was written by Jason B. Jones and appeared on 4/4/11.


Usha Rodrigues's article selected for inclusion in the Securities Law Review

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Associate Professor Usha Rodrigues's article "Placebo Ethics: A Study in Securities Disclosure Arbitrage" was one of only 8 to 10 securities law articles selected for inclusion in the 2011 Securities Law Review, a yearly anthology published by West Group. Rodrigues's article was originally published in 96 Virginia Law Review 1 (2010).

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