Professor Christina Sautter is quoted by The Wall Street Journal in a story about how company insiders are influencing stock traders and developing cult-like followings on social media with outlandish and cryptic posts.
Professor Ed Richards, director of the Climate Change Law and Policy Project, was featured on 89.3 WRKF-FM's "Louisiana Considered" to discuss the causes of the August 2016 floods that devastated southeast Louisiana and explain how we can compare the magnitude of those floods to other historical floods.
Professor Christina Sautter has posted her new chapter, "Revlon, Inc. v. MacAndrews & Forbes Holdings, Inc. Rewritten," on SSRN. It will be included in the forthcoming book, “Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Corporate Law,” which is a part of a series of books in which major judicial decisions are rewritten from a feminist perspective.
Professor Christine Corcos has accepted an invitation to join the Scholarly Writing Committee of the ACD Society. The ACD Society, founded by Professor Ross Davies of the George Mason University School of Law, is devoted to studying and enjoying the works of Arthur Conan Doyle.
Professor Keith Hall’s article “President Biden’s Executive Orders Relating to Oil and Gas” appeared in the July/August 2021 issue of The Baton Rouge Lawyer, a publication of the Baton Rouge Bar Association. Also, on July 16, Professor Hall was elected to serve a second term on the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation’s Board of Directors