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spoke at the
Aaron Bruhl presented a paper entitled “Burying the Continuing Body Theory of the Senate” at the University of Texas School of Law.
Seth Chandler chaired an
American Bar Association site visit to
Victor Flatt hosted an
Environmental, Energy, and Natural Resources Workshop on Carbon Trading systems
Craig Joyce attended the
American Society for Legal History Annual Meeting in
Joan Krause was interviewed on November 18 by Medical Newspapers about the ongoing controversy over the “Stark Law” and physician self-referral limitations.
contributed an article to a book, Defis du Droit a la Protection de la Vie
Privee – Challenges of Privacy and Data Protection Law, which has been
appointed to one new editorial advisory board and re-appointed to three of the
20 on which he has served – the new SSRN Educational Law Journal and the Sage
Publications, Inc., Handbook of Higher Education, 4th edition; the
Review of Higher Education; and the Journal of College and University Law. In
addition, he served as the Chair of the Advisory Board for the PBS project on A
Class Apart: Hernandez v.
Jordan Paust, with
Professor Tony D’Amato, published an Op Ed entitled “Obama Has Duty to Go After
War Criminals” in the Chicago Sun-Times, December 3, at page 26. A similar Op
Ed by Professors Paust and D’Amato appeared in the December 7
Professor Paust was also cited in a December 10 editorial by Nat Hentoff in Villagevoice.com. The editorial, discussing possible presidential pardons, is at:
Spencer Simons’ article “What Interests are Served When Academic Law Library Directors are Tenured Law Faculty? An Analysis and Proposal” was published in the June 2008 issue of the Journal of Legal Education.
Jacqueline Weaver guest-lectured in an energy seminar class at the University of Texas Law School on November 11. She spoke on the future of the petroleum industry in a time of global warming and global markets.
Stephen Zamora was appointed to the AALS Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure, a nine-person, quasi-adjudicatory body that considers complaints from faculty members that allege either discrimination in a manner prohibited by AALS bylaws, or a violation of academic freedom rights.
Helen Ehmann Boyce