Faculty Achievements: Week ending March 21, 2014

Professor Kenneth Ching's article, "Justice and Harsh Results: Beyond Individualism and Collectivism in Contracts," will be published in the fall edition of the University of Memphis Law Review. His presentation of this paper at the 9th International Conference on Contracts is available here.

Professor James Duane's latest publication, "Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of the Pointless Remand," has been recommended as “supremely entertaining” in a blog on habeas corpus.

Professor Scott Pryor has been invited to present at Campbell Law School’s symposium on Chapter 9 (municipal) bankruptcy on October 17. On April 14, he will present at Widener University School of Law’s symposium on Chapter 9 bankruptcy.

On March 18, the International Law Society held a lunch event with Professor Tessa Dysart, who discussed her recent publications on human trafficking.

Regent Law Students Participate in John Costello National Criminal Law Trial Advocacy Competition

Three Regent Law students recently participated in the John Costello National Criminal Law Trial Advocacy Competition sponsored by Antonin S...