College of Law


New form of price fixing a threat to unsuspecting consumers

Posted May 18, 2017

The trend among consumers to shop for goods and services online has increased the threat of price fixing – and that could significantly impact your wallet. Online retailers have long employed a dynamic pricing model that’s now making its way to traditional retailers. Through the use of pricing algorithms, retailers gauge when to raise or lower […] Read more

Appellate Clinic students Alex Thomason and Garrett Ward argue before the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals

Posted May 4, 2017

UT Law Appellate Clinic students Alex Thomason (3L) and Garrett Ward (3L) recently argued Douglas Weissert v. Carmen Palmer before the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, seeking post-conviction relief for violations of their client’s Sixth Amendment confrontation right and the Fifth Amendment right to counsel. Read more

Faculty Notes: April 2017

Posted April 19, 2017

Professor Brad Areheart’s article The Symmetry Principle will be published in Volume 58 of the Boston College Law Review. Professor Wendy Bach was selected as a Bellow Scholar for her criminalization of in-utero opiate transmission project. The Bellow Scholar program recognizes and supports the research projects of clinical law teachers that reflect the ideals of Professor […] Read more