Oct. 29, 2019—In a new book, Vanderbilt law professor Brian Fitzpatrick argues for an approach to class action lawsuits that both sides of the aisle can agree on.
Sep. 26, 2017—U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch of Florida will participate in a public dialogue with a Vanderbilt Law School professor during a visit on Friday, Oct. 6.
Sep. 21, 2017—The recent Equifax cyber-attack is leading to lots of class action lawsuits. Vanderbilt Law professor and class action expert Brian Fitzpatrick explains the pros and cons.
Mar. 20, 2017—Vanderbilt law professor Brian Fitzpatrick testified March 16 before a House Judiciary subcommittee about the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Mar. 1, 2017—Read about the latest faculty and staff awards, appointments and achievements.
Feb. 18, 2016—Vanderbilt Law School professor Brian Fitzpatrick, who clerked for the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, discusses the man and how the conservative justice revolutionized a movement in the Supreme Court in terms of how cases are analyzed and debated.
Dec. 11, 2015—A Vanderbilt Law School professor says there is a second constitutional battle brewing in the Fisher v. UT-Austin Supreme Court case regarding the use of race in college admissions.
Jun. 26, 2015—Brian Fitzpatrick of Vanderbilt Law School can comment on the Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage.
Jun. 18, 2015—Vanderbilt University will host a live Twitter question-and-answer session about the Supreme Court and same-sex marriage from 1 to 2 p.m. Monday, June 22, featuring Brian Fitzpatrick, FedEx Research Professor of Law at Vanderbilt Law School.
May. 28, 2015—Vanderbilt legal experts are available to talk about the latest Supreme Court decisions.
Jun. 27, 2013—The end of the state Judicial Nominating Commission won't interfere with the selection of a replacement for Supreme Court Justice Janice Holder, who has announced her intention to retire. Brian Fitzpatrick of Vanderbilt Law School says that an alternative system is in place pending voter's approval of a permanent solution.
Apr. 24, 2012—The Tennessee state Senate has made a significant move toward reforming the way the state selects and retains judges, said a professor at Vanderbilt University Law School who had advocated such change.