Professor Ray Diamond will moderate a webinar featuring Alejandro Celorio Alcántara, the legal adviser of Mexico’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on Dec. 8 at 1 p.m. (CST). The event is sponsored by the Los Angeles World Affairs Council and will concern Mexico’s lawsuit against a firearms distributor and firearms manufacturers, which accuses them of knowingly facilitating the sale of guns to drug cartels in the country.
Professor Keith Hall, along with Professor Emeritus Patrick H. Martin and other co-authors, submitted the manuscript for a revised edition of their casebook, The Law of Oil and Gas, which is published by Foundation Press.
Professor Elizabeth Carter will present at the ACTEC (American College of Trust and Estate Counsel) Southern Regional Meeting on “Getting Creative with Premarital Agreement: The Good, the Bad, and the Bizarre.”
Professor Christina Sautter was quoted by Bloomberg in an article regarding PwC LLP’s prioritization of ESG.
Professor Ray Diamond was an invited participant at the Connecticut Law Review symposium, "History and the Tulsa Race Massacre - What’s Law Got To Do With it?" on Oct. 22. The paper Professor Diamond presented along with his coauthor Robert Cottrol of George Washington School of Law is entitled “To Render Them Defenseless: The Unintended Legacy of The Tulsa Race Riot To 21st Century Urban America.”
Professor Bill Corbett has accepted an offer of publication for his article, "Cross-Statute Employment Discrimination Claims and the Need for a 'Super Statute," in the Washington University Law Review.