Prof. Sue Guan posted a new article, “Spoofing and its Regulation.”
Dean Michael Kaufman recently released 2022 editions of three books: Education Law, Policy, and Practice, Learning Civil Procedure, and Securities Litigation: Law, Policy, and Practice.
Prof. Kerry Macintosh published “Heritage genome editing and cognitive biases: why broad societal consensus is the wrong standard for moving forward” in the Journal of Law and the Biosciences.
Prof. David Sloss gave a talk about his forthcoming book, Tyrants on Twitter: Protecting Democracies from Information Warfare.
Prof. Stephen Smith published an article, “The Online Criminal Trial as a Public Trial.”
The Washington and Lee Law Review published a response to Prof. Stephen Smith’s article, “The Right to a Public Trial in the Time of COVID-19.”
Prof. Gary Spitko‘s article, “How Should Non-Probate Transfers Matter in Intestacy?,” was reviewed in JOTWELL.