Professor Edward Richards is quoted in a story by Undark digital magazine about the government's power to control individual behavior during a public health emergency.
Professor Christina M. Sautter presented her work-in-progress, The Honeymoon of Transition, at the BYU Winter Deals Conference held in Park City, Utah, on March 6.
Professor Ken Levy was interviewed by KATC-TV for a story about many Louisiana coroners’ alleged violation of LSA-R.S.13:5716, which requires them to deny cremation permits for bodies whose deaths involve “suspicious circumstances or the reasonable probability of the commission of a crime.”
Professor Madalyn Wasilczuk has written an op-ed about Louisiana’s juvenile transfer laws that is featured in The Advocate.
Professor Christine Corcos is the author of the forthcoming "Law and Norms and Will and Grace,” an invited article to appear in the Cumberland Law Review. She has also joined the advisory board of the new Routledge book series TechNomos: Law, Technology and Culture, which publishes books at the intersection of humanities, cultural legal studies, science technology studies, sociology, anthropology and related disciplines.
Professor Keith Hall will speak about “Communication with Opposing Counsel and Landowners” on March 26 in Houston at the annual Fundamentals of Oil, Gas and Mineral Law Conference hosted by the University of Texas.
Professor N. Gregory Smith published an article, "Migratory Nonlawyers and the Typhoid Mary Problem," in the February/March 2020 issue of the Louisiana Bar Journal.