• LSA Awards Winners Announced

    The Law and Society Association has announced the winners of its 2020 Annual Awards. Each year, the LSA recognizes outstanding scholarly publications and contributions to the law and society community. This year’s award recipients represent a host of various sociolegal backgrounds, training, and expertise from prestigious institutions ...
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  • In Memoriam: Joel Reidenberg

    In Memoriam: Joel Reidenberg
    Joel Reidenberg of Fordham Law passed away on away from leukemia on April 21. He was 59.  
    Professor Reidenberg was the Stanley D. and Nikki Waxberg Chair in Law at Fordham Law and taught courses in information technology law, privacy, cybersecurity and intellectual property. He founded the law ...
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  • A. Benjamin Spencer Named Dean of William & Mary Law

    A. Benjamin Spencer Named Dean of William & Mary Law

    A. Benjamin Spencer of UVA School of Law has been named the dean of William & Mary Law School, effective July 1. Professor Spencer will be William & Mary’s first African-American dean of any school at the university, including the law school. His selection follows a national ...

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  •  What's Next in the Flynn Case?

     What's Next in the Flynn Case?
    John G. Malcom of the Heritage Foundation is participating in a discussion, hosted by The Federalist Society, on the developing case surrounding former National Security Advisor Mike Flynn.  
    The teleforum  will take place on May 21 and is free and open to the public. 
    From the Federalist Society ...
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  • U.S. Supreme Court Cites Judgments 2d

    U.S. Supreme Court Cites Judgments 2d

    In addressing the concept of “defense preclusion”—or the question of when, if ever, res judicata applies to defenses raised in a later lawsuit—the U.S. Supreme Court concluded that a defense could be barred in subsequent litigation only if the causes of action were the same ...

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