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Barnett publishes article in the Notre Dame Law Review

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Hosch Associate Professor Kent Barnett published "Chevron Abroad" in 96 Notre Dame Law Review 621 (2020) (with Lindsey Vinson (J.D.'20)).  

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Ringhand presents on election law at AALS, becomes section leader

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Dean Rusk International Law Center Interim Director & Hosch Professor Lori A. Ringhand presented as part of the "New Voices in Election Law" panel at the Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting held during January. She was also named treasurer of the AALS Section on Constitutional Law.

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Hellerstein's treatise quoted by the Oregon Tax Court

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Distinguished Research Professor & Shackelford Distinguished Professor in Taxation Law Emeritus Walter Hellerstein’s treatise State Taxation was quoted by the Oregon Tax Court in Oracle Corp. v. Department of Revenue regarding the treatise’s discussion of the unitary business principle and the apportionment of intangible income.

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West presents on the Supreme Court and the press

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Brumby Distinguished Professor in First Amendment Law Sonja R. West presented "The Supreme Court and the Press: An Empirical Analysis" at the Media Law & Policy Scholars Conference during January (with R. Jones).

Conference to reimagine structures responding to global public health emergencies

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

To help with the reimagination of local, national and international structures used to respond to global public health emergencies such as the emergence and spread of COVID-19, the School of Law will host a daylong, virtual conference titled "The Future of Global Health Governance” starting at 10 a.m. on January 25. Organized by the Dean Rusk International Law Center and the Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law, the conference will address three crucial questions: whether and how the ailing global public health infrastructure might be reinvigorated; how the pandemic has threatened and exposed limitations of the social safety net in the United States and other economies around the world; and the phenomenon of vaccine refusal and what national and international legal institutions might do to curb it.