November 2012 News Release Archive | Emory University School of Law
The Center for the Study of Law and Religion (CSLR) at Emory University has named Silas Allard, a distinguished alumnus of its joint degree program in law and religion, as Associate Director, to begin in August 2013.
Emory Law Professor Richard Freer addressed the judges of the United States district court and court of appeals for the Eleventh Circuit last week, in a workshop sponsored by the Federal Judicial Center.
The Emory Moot Court Society saw practice pay off last week, as it advanced to the semifinal round of the regional National Moot Court Competition held Nov. 8-10, in Jacksonville, Fla.
David Adelman 89L, U.S. ambassador to Singapore, will join three other U.S. ambassadors at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28, for "The Fulcrum of the Pivot: ASEAN at the Center of 21st-Century Global Business and Politics."
Emory Law¿s Center for Transactional Law and Practice sponsored the conference ¿Preparing the Transactional Lawyer: From Doctrine to Practice,¿ on Nov. 2-3.
The Georgia Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments at Emory University School of Law at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14.
On Nov. 7, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal announced the appointment of George F. Hutchinson III 89L to the Gwinett County Superior Court Bench.
At the 2012 National Trial Advocacy Competition held Oct. 25-28 at Michigan State University College of Law, Emory Law's Mock Trial Society team advanced farther than any Emory team has thus far.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal announced the appointment of Barton Child Law and Policy Center Executive Director Melissa Carter to the state of Georgia Commission on Family Violence.