Four New Fellows Add to the Intellectual Vigor at BYU Law
Professor Backman helped establish a pro bono commission for Utah and received an award for his outstanding service
Award of Excellence
Jane Wise received BYU's "Adjunct Faculty Excellence" award at this year's Annual University Conference
CLASSIC SPEECHES BY BYU LAW PROFESSORS
Clark Memorandum Spring 1993: "On Being Wise Stewards of the Sacred Land" by Larry Echohawk
CLASSIC SPEECHES BY BYU LAW PROFESSORS
BYU forum address on May 24, 1994 by James D. Gordon III
CLASSIC ESSAYS BY BYU LAW PROFESSORS
Clark Memorandum Fall 2005: "3 Assumptions Lawyers Must Never Make" by Brett G. Scharffs
Revert to History:
Professor Smith Publishes "Discretion"
Download BYU Law Professor Gordon Smith's article, "Discretion," in the Ohio State Law Journal, Vol. 75, 2014. The article is co-authored by recent graduate, Jordan Lee.
Professor Elizabeth Clark on "Converging Challenges to Religious Freedom"
The 2013 Religious Freedom Discussion Series continued on May 8 2013 with a lecture by Professor Elizabeth Clark, "Converging Challenges to Religious Freedom."
BYU Law Teaching Fellow Michalyn Steele Publishes
Download BYU Law Teaching Fellow Michalyn Steele's forthcoming article, "Comparative Institutional Competency and Sovereignty in Indian Affairs."
Professor Clifton Fleming Publishes in Florida Tax Review
Download BYU Law Professor J. Clifton Fleming's article, "Designing a U.S. Exemption System for Foreign Income When the Treasury is Empty," Florida Tax Review, Vol. 13, No. 8.
Professor Jensen Publishes in the Michigan Journal of International Law
Download BYU Law Professor Eric Jensen's forthcoming article, "The Future of the Law of Armed Conflict: Ostriches, Butterflies, and Nanobots," in the Michigan Journal of International Law.
Professor Wardle quoted in NPR Morning Edition
BYU Law Professor Lynn Wardle was quoted in NPR Morning Edition, March 26, 2013: Nina Totenberg, "DOMA Challenge Tests Federal Definition of Marriage."
Professor David Moore Newly Elected ALI Member
BYU Law Professor David Moore is a newly elected distinguished member of the American Law Institute.
Professor Scharffs Publishes "International Law and the Defamation of Religion Conundrum"
BYU Law Professor Brett Scharffs publishes significant article, "International Law and the Defamation of Religion Conundrum," in The Review of Faith & International Affairs.
Religion and the Rule of Law in Vietnam
Law and Religion casebook by BYU Law Professors Durham and Scharffs was the core teaching material for first certified training program on Religion and the Rule of Law in Vietnam.
Professor Jensen to Publish "Guantanamo and the End of Hostilitites"
Download BYU Law Professor Eric Jensen's forthcoming article,"Guantanamo and the End of Hostilities."
Professor Durham Opens Third Religious Freedom Discussion Series
BYU Law Professor Cole Durham addressed "Against Free Exercise Reductionism," in the first lecture of the third Religious Freedom Discussion Series.
Professor Hurst Publishes "Hosanna-Tabor and the Exaggerated Decline of Separationism"
Download BYU Law Professor Alan Hurst's forthcoming article, "Hosanna-Tabor and the Exaggerated Decline of Separationism."
Professor Sarah L. Brinton Publishes "Three-Dimensional Sovereign Immunity"
Download BYU Law Professor Sarah Brinton's forthcoming article, "Three-Dimensional Sovereign Immunity."
Professor Gordon Smith Publishes "Law and Entrepreneurial Opportunities"
Download BYU Law Professor Gordon Smith's forthcoming article, "Law and Entrepreneurial Opportunities," Cornell Law Review, Vol. 98, 2013.
Professor Baradaran featured in Utah Valley Magazine
BYU Law Professor Shima Baradaran is featured as one of Utah County's 50 most fabulous people in the current issue of Utah Valley Magazine.
Professor Jones Joins Discussion on Radio Program
BYU Law School Professor RonNell Andersen Jones discusses the impact social media is having on jurors and journalists alike on Classical 89 Thinking Aloud Program.
BYU Law Welcomes New Visiting Professors
BYU Law School welcomes two new visiting faculty members, Professor Christine Hurt and Professor Paul Stancil.
An Instrument in His Hand: Elder Echo Hawk, His Faith and the Law
Elder Larry Echo Hawk, former BYU Law Professor and Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Indian Affairs spoke about his journey in the law.
BYU Law School Welcomes New Faculty Member Aaron Nielson
The BYU Law School is pleased to welcome Professor Aaron Nielson as the newest full-time faculty member.
Professor Steele Advises Students to Have Initiative and Devotion
Professor Michalyn Steele shared career experiences and useful advice with students at Friday's professional development lecture.
Professor Kif Augustine-Adams presents for the BYU Women's Studies Colloquim
BYU Law Professor Kif Augustine-Adams will present a lecture at the BYU Women's Studies Colloquium, “’If in Our Country Women Could Vote…’: Female Suffrage and the Anti-Chinese Campaigns in Mexico.”
Professor Baradaran quoted in NY Times
BYU Law Professor Shima Baradaran is quoted in the NY Times article, "Christmas Ornaments, Child Labor."
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