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Professor Steve Emens: Serving the State

Professor Steve Emens (’76) has been shaping prosecutors and public defenders for more than 25 years as the Faculty Advisor and a Coach for the Law School’s Intercollegiate ... More

2L Moot Court Fellows Win Regional Moot Court Competition

Eunji Jo (’17), Briana Knox (’17) and Mary Lauren Kulovitz (’17) will proceed to the National Moot Court Competition in New York City after Alabama Law defeated Belmont University and was ... More

Professor Joyner to Discuss Iran’s Nuclear Program and International Law in the United Kingdom

Professor Daniel H. Joyner will deliver three presentations in the United Kingdom to help support his forthcoming book, Iran’s Nuclear Program and International Law. Professor Joyner's first presentation is on ... More

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Know Your Rights, Says Professor Gross in Op-Ed

Professor John Gross recently wrote an op-ed for that Americans should know their constitutional rights when dealing with police officers. Earlier ... More

Professor Carroll Comments on Case of 8-Year-Old Boy Charged with Murder of Infant

Professor Jenny Carroll told the Associated Press the case of the 8-year-old boy who was charged with murder in ... More

Professor Elliott Weighs in on Spokeo v. Robins

The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Nov. 2 in Spokeo v. Robins, a Fair Credit Reporting Act case that ... More

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