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March 2013 News Release Archive | Emory University School of Law

Romig named secretary for AALS Legal Writing Section

Romig named secretary for AALS Legal Writing Section

Emory Law legal writing instructor Jennifer Murphy Romig has been selected as secretary of the American Association of Law Schools' Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research.

Supreme Court arguments mark turning point in gay marriage debate

Supreme Court arguments mark turning point in gay marriage debate

As justices of the U.S. Supreme Court prepare to hear oral arguments on gay marriage, Emory Law constitutional law expert Michael Perry says the debates may hold clues to the various ways the justices might rule.

Emory Center for Women proclaims Brokaw Unsung Heroine

Emory Center for Women proclaims Brokaw Unsung Heroine

Emory Law Assistant Dean of Student Affairs Katherine Brokaw was one of six women honored as an Unsung Heroine by Emory University Center for Women.

Emory Trustee Henrikson 72L speaks at 30th Annual BLSA Awards Reception

Emory Trustee Henrikson 72L speaks at 30th Annual BLSA Awards Reception

The Emory chapter of the Black Law Students Association will host its 30th Annual Scholarship and Awards Reception, featuring a keynote speech by Emory University Trustee C. Robert Henrikson 72L.

Emory OUTLaw presents discussion of gay rights, religious liberty on April 3

Emory OUTLaw presents discussion of gay rights, religious liberty on April 3

Emory OUTLaw, a student organization for LGBTQ law students and their allies, will host a scholarly discussion on gay rights and religious liberty.

Emory Law Amicus Brief Says Same-Sex Marriage Bans Harshly Affect Children

Emory Law Amicus Brief Says Same-Sex Marriage Bans Harshly Affect Children

Emory Law¿s Child Rights Project filed a friend of the court brief with the U.S. Supreme Court Feb. 28 on behalf of gay and lesbian youths, and the children of parents who so identify.

Holbrook files Supreme Court brief in support of same-sex marital rights

Holbrook files Supreme Court brief in support of same-sex marital rights

Emory Law Professor Timothy Holbrook filed an amici curiae brief on behalf of two NFL players, urging the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that overturned California¿s controversial Proposition 8, which denies marital rights to same-sex couples.

Immigration Law Society holds fundraiser for asylum seekers charity

Immigration Law Society holds fundraiser for asylum seekers charity

Emory Law¿s Immigration Law Society and Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen and Loewy, LLP, will host a reception and screening of a documentary as a fundraiser for the Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network.