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February 2016 News Release Archive | Emory University School of Law

Stange scholarship will reward excellence in moot court

Stange scholarship will reward excellence in moot court

Paola Arzu Stange 01C 05L and her husband, Kirk C. Stange, have established the Stange Law Firm Scholarship to honor top competitors in Emory Law's moot court program.

Emory faculty comment on Justice Scalia's legacy

Emory faculty comment on Justice Scalia's legacy

Emory Law faculty comment on the passing of US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

Tough talk on torture is unethical and dangerous

Tough talk on torture is unethical and dangerous

Emory Law professor Laurie Blank's op-ed in The Hill reflects on how tough talk on torture violates America's stance against inhumanity.

Manna from heaven: Judge Buergenthal's liberation from Auschwitz and rise to human rights leader

Manna from heaven: Judge Buergenthal's liberation from Auschwitz and rise to human rights leader

Judge Thomas Buergenthal recounts his survival from Jewish concentration camps in a recent lecture to Emory Law faculty, students and staff.

Emory Moot Court team competes in national competition

Emory Moot Court team competes in national competition

One of Emory Moot Court Society's nationals teams competed in the prestigious New York City Bar Association's National Moot Court Competitio

Emory Law hosts law and development certificate program

Emory Law hosts law and development certificate program

In May 2016, the Law and Development Institute will offer a weeklong certificate program that outlines the role of law, legal frameworks and institutions for economic development. The institute is affiliated with Emory Law, where the program lectures will be held, delivered by Distinguished Scholar in Residence, Professor Y. S. Lee.

Human rights expert Koh to speak at Emory Law

Human rights expert Koh to speak at Emory Law

Harold Hongju Koh, a leading expert in international law, national security and human rights, will be the keynote speaker at the 2016 Randolph W. Thrower Symposium at Emory University School of Law on Thursday, Feb. 11.

New analysis questions whether multi-billion-dollar settlements with pharma actually deter

New analysis questions whether multi-billion-dollar settlements with pharma actually deter

A recently published law review essay questions whether multi-billion-dollar settlements with some of the world¿s largest pharmaceutical companies have sufficiently deterred the types of unlawful marketing practices that have drained healthcare dollars and placed patients at risk.