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April 2016 News Release Archive | Emory University School of Law

Start-up competition wins bring cash prizes and acclaim to TI:GER program

Start-up competition wins bring cash prizes and acclaim to TI:GER program

Team BanyanTech won Georgia Tech¿s 2016 Startup Competition with a device that can remove heat from personal electronic devices. The prize, $10,000, was the top in the contest in which TI:GER teams swept first, second, and third places.

Conference to spark dialogue on training students to be transactional attorneys

Conference to spark dialogue on training students to be transactional attorneys

"Method in the Madness: The Art and Science of Teaching Transactional Law and Skills," Emory Law's fifth biennial conference on teaching transactional law and skills, will be held at the law school June 10-11.

Fineman named 2015-16 William Allan Neilson Professor at Smith College

Fineman named 2015-16 William Allan Neilson Professor at Smith College

Martha Fineman, Robert W. Woodruff Professor of Law at Emory University School of Law recently joined the Smith College community as the

Student groups seek solutions for institutionalized LGBTI immigration discrimination

Student groups seek solutions for institutionalized LGBTI immigration discrimination

Emory International Law Review, the Immigration Law Practice Society, and Emory OUTLaw hosted a conference to address the persecution and protection of LGBTI immigrants.

Professor Price will give a lecture at the US Supreme Court on May 11

Professor Price will give a lecture at the US Supreme Court on May 11

Professor Polly J. Price will give a lecture at the US Supreme Court on May 11.

Emory Law hosts panel discussion on diversity in the legal profession Tuesday, April 12

Emory Law hosts panel discussion on diversity in the legal profession Tuesday, April 12

On Tuesday, April 12 at 6:30 p.m., Emory Law will present, in partnership with Major, Lindsey & Africa, the third Diversity Speakers Series panel discussion on diversity in the legal profession featuring the chief legal officers from a range of major corporations. The discussion will take place in Tull Auditorium of Gambrell Hall.

Immigration and refugee law expert to deliver Bederman Lecture April 6

Immigration and refugee law expert to deliver Bederman Lecture April 6

T. Alexander Aleinikoff, a leading scholar in immigration and refugee law, will give the annual David J. Bederman Lecture on Wednesday, April 6 at 12 noon in Emory Law¿s Tull Auditorium.