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Glenn Reynolds

Glenn Reynolds Among Top 5 Most Downloaded Legal Scholars

Glenn ReynoldsConstitutional Law professor Glenn Reynolds is among the top five for legal research downloads in the Social Science Research Network (SSRN)—an impressive level of influence from a network comprised of more than 150,000 full-text documents available for download by more than 550,000 registered users.  Read more

UT Law kicks off Title IX conference honoring Pat Summitt

UT Law kicked off its two-day “Title IX: History, Legacy, and Controversy” conference yesterday, spotlighting Title IX issues in athletics and education, campus sexual assault, media coverage of Title IX issues, LGBTQ students, and much more. The conference honors UT Lady Vols basketball coach Pat Summitt. Read more

U.S. Army Court of Criminal Appeals holds oral arguments at UT College of Law

The United States Army Court of Criminal Appeals (ACCA) recently held oral arguments for U.S. v. Mayo at the College of Law. Students had the unique opportunity to observe the JAG Corps in action, as well as meet with and ask questions of the Army officers involved. Sgt. Montrell Mayo was convicted of assault, battery, and premeditated […] Read more

Heminway in China II

Heminway speaks with New York Times about crowdfunded start-ups and fraud

Heminway in China IIJoan Heminway was recently interviewed by The New York Times about securities crowdfunding and related regulatory compliance issues. She has been working on a survey of compliance in the industry with CrowdCheck, a due diligence provider that helps firms generate accurate disclosures and helps investors evaluate funding opportunities to avoid becoming victims of fraud. Read more

College of Law to host Title IX: History, Legacy and Controversy conference March 2-3

Title IX: History, Legacy and Controversy will explore current issues under Title IX that impact gender and racial equality and inclusion.  Topics include athletics and education, sexual harassment and assault on campus, racial inequality in schools and athletics, inclusion of LGBT students, pay equity and compensation, and media coverage of Title XI issues. The conference […] Read more