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February 2013 News Release Archive | Emory University School of Law

Supreme Court finds antitrust laws apply to governments in Georgia case

Supreme Court finds antitrust laws apply to governments in Georgia case

Emory Law professor Alexander Volokh comments on the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in FTC v. Phoebe Putney Health System, Inc.

Emory Law conference addresses legal, ethical end-of-life issues

Emory Law conference addresses legal, ethical end-of-life issues

A March 5 conference at Emory Law will address what is often the most emotionally fraught and expensive periods of medical care¿the end of life.

Holbrook receives Distinguished Service Medal from Linn Inn Alliance

Holbrook receives Distinguished Service Medal from Linn Inn Alliance

Emory Law¿s Associate Dean of Faculty and Law Professor Timothy Holbrook will receive a Distinguished Service Medal from the Linn Inn Alliance.

Emory Law co-presents civil rights exhibit: And The Struggle Continues

Emory Law co-presents civil rights exhibit: And The Struggle Continues

An exhibition that opens Thursday, Feb. 21, at the Robert W. Woodruff Library will display letters, photographs and fliers which provide a visual chronicle of the SCLC's work for equality under the law.

U.S. Court of Appeals Chief Judge Kozinski leads 2013 Thrower Symposium

U.S. Court of Appeals Chief Judge Kozinski leads 2013 Thrower Symposium

The Honorable Alex Kozinski, chief judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, will deliver the keynote speech for Emory Law Journal¿s annual Randolph W. Thrower Symposium Thursday, Feb. 7.

National, international experts lead public lectures at Emory Law

National, international experts lead public lectures at Emory Law

Emory Law will host symposiums and lectures on current contentious legal issues including reproductive rights, government use of information gained through cell phones and GPS devices, homeownership in the age of foreclosure and international prosecution of war criminals.