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January 2016 News Release Archive | Emory University School of Law

Inspiration Awards honored student, community leaders for public service

Inspiration Awards honored student, community leaders for public service

Deputy Attorney General Sally Quillian Yates was honored for her public interest work as part of Emory University School of Law's annual EPIC Inspiration Awards. Also receiving awards were Edward J. "Jack" Hardin, The Honorable Peggy H. Walker, and Hana Shatila 16L.

Law school seeks proposals for transactional law conference

Law school seeks proposals for transactional law conference

The Emory University School of Law¿s Center for Transactional Law and Practice is accepting proposals for its fifth biennial Transactional Law Conference. Through Tuesday, Mar. 1, at 5 p.m., organizers welcome proposals on any subject of interest to current or potential teachers of transactional law and skills.

Shapiro 83L endows writing awards fund

Shapiro 83L endows writing awards fund

Keith J. Shapiro 83L has contributed $50,000 to endow the Keith J. Shapiro Writing Awards Fund. Two Keith J. Shapiro Writing Award winners will receive $1,000 awards, one for consumer bankruptcy writing and the other for corporate bankruptcy writing.

Guttman: Whistleblower program will be one of the most significant national gatherings of 2016

Guttman: Whistleblower program will be one of the most significant national gatherings of 2016

Feb. 18 and 19, the Emory Corporate Governance and Accountability Review and the Center for Advocacy and Dispute Resolution will partner to present "Fraud Against the Government & SEC Whistleblower Actions Training." This event will feature more than 20 authorities on fraud, including U.S. attorneys, experts from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and judges.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day message from Dean Robert Schapiro

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day message from Dean Robert Schapiro

Dean Robert Schapiro's message of diversity and service at Emory University Schoo of Law on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

EILR focuses on Syrian peace and justice in latest issue

EILR focuses on Syrian peace and justice in latest issue

In its most recent issue, the Emory International Law Review addresses one of the most urgent international crises of the day: ending the conflict in Syria and seeking justice for its victims. EILR is honored to have this collection of ideas introduced by Stephen J. Rapp, currently serving as the Sonia and Harry Blumenthal Distinguished Fellow for the Prevention of Genocide at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum

First-time innovation conference comes to Emory Law

First-time innovation conference comes to Emory Law

The inaugural TI:GER conference will be held at Emory Law Jan. 29, 2016, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 2016 TIGER Innovation Conference: Solutions in Healthcare brings together professionals from law, business, and medicine to discuss innovative solutions in healthcare and the current trends in the commercialization of healthcare technology.