Professor Ken Levy was interviewed by The Reveille for a story about Rep. Ray Garofalo's bill to prevent state schools and universities from teaching "divisive concepts," including systemic racism, sexism, and critiques of capitalism.
Professor Christina Sautter’s co-authored article, "Corporate Governance Gaming," was featured on the Business Law Prof Blog, and she and her co-author, Professor Sergio Alberto Gramitto Ricci, have accepted a publication offer from the Nevada Law Journal.
Professor Keith Hall spoke on “Implied Covenants in Oil and Gas Leases” at the University of Texas Fundamentals of Oil, Gas, and Energy Law Conference on March 25.
Professor Nick Bryner has been named Deputy Chair of the IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law. He has served on the Steering Committee for the Commission since 2016 and will be taking over the role as Deputy Chair until September 2021. In addition, his article, “Never Look Back: Non-Regression in Environmental Law,” has been accepted for publication this fall in the University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law.
Professor Elizabeth Carter was reappointed by LSU to serve on the Louisiana Tax Institute. On March 4, Carter presented “Joint Representation in Prenuptial Agreements” at the ACTEC (American College of Trusts and Estates Counsel) Annual Meeting, and was also part of a panel presentation titled “Representing Estate Planning Clients During and After Divorce."
Professor Madalyn Wasilczuk and adjunct Professor Jack Harrison were quoted in “The City Where Police Unleash Dogs on Black Teens,” a joint investigation of The Marshall Project and The Advocate.