November 2015 News Release Archive | Emory University School of Law
Two Emory Law teams competed in Regional competition, with one team going on to represent Southeast Region in National Moot Court Competition in New York City.
How should a panel of judges cast their votes in a case that raises more than one legal issue? In a case handed down Nov. 12, 2012--Hanover 3201 Realty, LLC v. Village Supermarkets, Inc.--judges on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit relied on Emory Law Professor Jonathan Nash's work in "deciding how to decide."
Ten students from the International Humanitarian Law Clinic and Professor Laurie Blank left for Israel as part of an international IHL clinic exchange.
Former U.S. Marine and current 3L Sion New III, who served tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, gives back to his fellow veterans as the student co-administrator of Emory Law¿s Volunteer Clinic for Veterans.
The clinic has handled 119 cases, which have resulted in $2.5 million in benefits awarded to its clients. So far, 79 Emory Law students and 51 lawyers have volunteered.
Emory Law hosted a panel discussion about The Ferguson Movement course, gathering the professors who are contributing for a look into their sections of the in-demand class.
Emory Law will host a regional section of the American Bar Association Law Student Division Arbitration Competition this weekend.
On October 29, Emory Alumni Association welcomed two new members--Paul McLarty 63C 66L and Cecil Wilson MD 57C 61M--to the ranks of Emory Medalists, recipients of the highest honor bestowed on alumni.
We are extremely proud of our Volunteer Clinic for Veterans, which was founded by two Emory Law students in 2013.