The latest issue of our SSRN Research Paper series features publications from Professors Campbell, Lebron, Sweeny and Weaver.
- Sexting and Freedom of Expression: A Comparative Approach by JoAnne Sweeny
- For Better and For Better: The Case for Abolishing Civil Marriage by Anibal Rosario Lebron
- Democracy v. Concentrated Wealth: In Search of a Louis D. Brandeis Quote by Peter Scott Campbell
- Administrative Searches, Technology and Personal Privacy by Russell L. Weaver
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Provost Shirley Willihnganz announced on May 8 that Susan Duncan would be appointed for an additional three years term as Interim Dean. During the previous two years in which Susan Duncan has served in that role, she has accomplished a great deal and this continued appointment provides the opportunity to continue to place the Brandeis School of Law in a strong position. Her accomplishments are in the areas of fundraising, connections with alumni/ae, physical plant updates, attention to diversity, staff support, and developing a strategic plan. Dean Duncan joined the law school faculty in 1999 and is a 1991 graduate of the law school herself. In accepting the appointment, Dean Duncan stated that, “Serving as the dean for the past two years has been an honor and a privilege. I thank the President, the Provost, and the law school faculty and staff for their faith in me and look forward to working with all of them on advancing our school. The strategic plan sets forth a vision that is very exciting. I know our alumni and friends will help us execute this plan allowing our school to reach new heights.”
Thursday, May 15 is the last day to add a summer class.
May 15 - Last day to receive 100% refund
May 22 - Last day to receive 50% refund
May 28 - Last day to receive 25% refund
June 11 is the last day to withdraw from a summer class.
Graduates pictured from left to right are Aaron Marcus, Zackary McKee, Donovan Porter, BLSA President Miranda Ratcliffe, Kiera Hollis, Stephany Hunter, and Gayle Johnson. Also pictured are current BLSA members Whitney Railey and Iman Jackson.
Professor Cedric Merlin Powell was the invited speaker for the 2014 Black Law Student Association Convocation honoring the six BLSA members who are graduating this year. Miranda Ratcliffe (Class of 2015), current BLSA President, introduced Professor Powell. Others who spoke to the graduates were Dean Susan Duncan and Louisville Black Lawyers Association President Lonita Baker. Ms. Ratcliffe then recognized the graduates who each spoke about their experiences and thanked those who had made it possible.
Click here to read Professor Cedric Merlin Powell's remarks, "BLSA Convocation: The Lawyer In a Changing World."
Josh Hartsell, a May 2014 graduate has been selected as a finalist to the Presidential Management Fellows Class of 2014. A total of 609 students (518 individuals were selected as PMF Finalists and 91 individuals were selected PMF STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Finalists) were selected. The PMF Program received approximately 7,000 applicants for the 2014 application cycle. Mr. Hartsell will spend the next two years working in Washington, D.C. on international trade policy as part of a leadership development program.