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January 2015 News Release Archive | Emory University School of Law

Nuremberg Tribunals prosecutor Ferencz encourages students to think along humanitarian lines

Nuremberg Tribunals prosecutor Ferencz encourages students to think along humanitarian lines

In a lecture on international criminal justice, Ben Ferencz recounted his part in what he called the biggest murder trial in history.

Retired professor gives $1 million to Emory Law

Retired professor gives $1 million to Emory Law

Emory Law Professor William J. Carney and his wife, Jane, have created a challenge grant of $1 million to benefit the law school's Center for Transactional Law and Practice.

Groundbreaking new book series on law and Christianity established

Groundbreaking new book series on law and Christianity established

The Center for the Study of Law and Religion at Emory University is launching a new book series on law and Christianity in partnership with Cambridge University Press and with director and acclaimed scholar John Witte Jr. as series editor.

Emory Law students put theory to practice through summer experiences

Emory Law students put theory to practice through summer experiences

Each summer, hundreds of Emory Law students are fully immersed in the practice of law, as they apply the foundational skills learned in the classroom to work for clients with real-world legal needs.

SEC names Jospin 79L Atlanta regional director

SEC names Jospin 79L Atlanta regional director

The Securities and Exchange Commission today named Walter E. Jospin as regional director of its Atlanta office, where he will oversee enforcement and examinations in a region covering five states.

Emory Law creates new deanship for public service

Emory Law creates new deanship for public service

Rita Sheffey, a veteran litigator with a long record of path-breaking contributions to public service, has been named Emory Law's assistant dean for public service.