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July 2014 News Release Archive | Emory University School of Law

Juris master program adds global health specialty

Juris master program adds global health specialty

Emory Law offers a new concentration in its juris master program through a partnership with the Emory Global Health Institute.

Turner Environmental Law Clinic: Students do real cases in real time

Turner Environmental Law Clinic: Students do real cases in real time

In this "live client clinic," students take part in all aspects of civil litigation, including draft briefs, participating in client meetings, and developing case strategy.

Are patents getting in the way of innovation?

Are patents getting in the way of innovation?

Patents are thought to be an essential component to technological innovation. But, what if patents are actually getting in the way, impeding innovation instead of facilitating it?

The summer issue of Emory Lawyer is online

The summer issue of Emory Lawyer is online

In the lineup: articles on patents and environmental law, our new JM program in global health, and the 30-year anniversary of the Feminism and Legal Theory Project.

SCOTUS: Emory Law faculty analysis of the 2014 term

SCOTUS: Emory Law faculty analysis of the 2014 term

Members of the Emory Law faculty provide their analyses of the Supreme Court's 2014 term decisions.

What is an American Muslim?

What is an American Muslim?

In his book, What is an American Muslim?, Emory Law Charles Howard Candler Professor of Law Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na'im argues that Islam is protected by the establishment clause like all other religions.

Pursuing justice in context

Pursuing justice in context

Emory Law professor Paul Zwier writes that when working to establish a rule of law to formalize definitions of equality to protect women, children, and minorities, one must take into account actual conditions.

Unraveling misconceptions about Chinese jurisprudence

Unraveling misconceptions about Chinese jurisprudence

Teemu Ruskola's latest book, Legal Orientalism: China, The United States, and Modern Law, is a comparative study about ideas of law.

The evolution of children's rights in the United States

The evolution of children's rights in the United States

Emory Law Professor Barbara Bennett Woodhouse advises that striking down the Affordable Care Act would be a major setback to children¿s access to affordable, quality care.