April 27, 2020. Professor Sahar Aziz was invited to give a Distinguished Lecture entitled “Racializing Muslims: From Post-9/11 to Post-Pandemic” at the University of Hawaii School of Law.
April 28, 2020. Professor Amy Soled’s new article, “Legal Writing Professors, Salary Disparities, and the Impossibility of Improved Status” has been published in Volume 24 of the Journal of the Legal Writing Institute.
April 16, 2020. Professor Reid Weisbord’s timely article is forthcoming in Stanford Law Review Online. Entitled “COVID-19 and Formal Wills,” 73 Stanford Law Review Online __ (forthcoming 2020) (with David Horton), the article is highlighted in the Wills, Trust, and Estates Prof Blog.
April 16, 2020. Professor Weisbord, along with co-author David Horton, has a study forthcoming entitled, “Probate Lending: Data from San Francisco,” 169 University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online __ (forthcoming 2020).
March 10, 2020. Professor Lee’s new paper attempts to find the most-realistic definition for a regime to provide an ultimate peace on the Korean peninsula. Further, the article suggests how to reach the newly defined peace regime on the Korean peninsula and the obstacles to overcome to reach this peace regime, including: (1) Denuclearization; and … Continue reading Prof. Jootaek Lee’s new article on peace regime on the Korean peninsula is published on ICL Journal: Vienna Journal on Int’l Constitutional Law with De Gruyte…