law school Archives
Jan. 8, 2014—Insider trading may be too engrained in the financial system in transactions such as credit default swaps to make banning it feasible, says a Vanderbilt law professor.
Jan. 6, 2014—Author and Harvard University professor Kenneth W. Mack will deliver the 2014 Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture on Jan. 23 at Vanderbilt Law School.
Nov. 19, 2013—New inventions should not have to be useful to merit a patent, says Vanderbilt professor Sean B. Seymore.
Nov. 12, 2013—Law school faculties are not changing with the times, and a Vanderbilt Law School professor says it may be time to look at hiring practices.
Oct. 17, 2013—A sociologist from California will speak Oct. 25 at the law school about race in the workplace.
Oct. 10, 2013—The prestigious Palmer Prize was awarded by IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law to Vanderbilt Law School's Ganesh Sitaraman.
Aug. 12, 2013—Skadden Fellowships kick-start careers in the public interest Terry Maroney’s enthusiasm for the Skadden Foundation Fellowship is rooted in her own experience. After earning her law degree at NYU and clerking on the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, Maroney spent two years in New York working at the Urban Justice Center as a Skadden Fellow....
Dick Aldrich Jr. ’75 is a citizen of the world, but he found a home when he came to Vanderbilt Law School
Aug. 5, 2013—Richard S. (Dick) Aldrich Jr. ’75 is a citizen of the world, but he found a home when he came to Vanderbilt Law School. The renowned international capital markets lawyer was born in New York, raised in New York, Rhode Island and Brazil, and then majored in Latin at Brown. After earning his undergraduate degree,...
Jul. 2, 2013—The American Judicature Society will relocate to Nashville as part of its new affiliation with Vanderbilt Law School. The agreement begins July 1 and will result in joint educational programming, publications and new research.
Jun. 26, 2013—Law and education experts from Vanderbilt comment on the long-awaited Supreme Court affirmative action decision.