Recent Faculty News
National Review published op-ed by Professor Tanya Marsh regarding the Dodd-Frank Act’s impact on community banks
n the 1946 classic It’s a Wonderful Life, James Stewart stars as George Bailey, the director of the Bailey Building and Loan Association in the fictional community of Bedford Falls, N.Y. Bailey faces numerous challenges to keep the Building and Loan afloat in order to continue supporting the people and businesses of his hometown. His chief challenge is Mr. Potter, the wealthy slumlord who repeatedly schemes to force Bailey out of business. Continue reading »
Professor Tanya Marsh writes in Huffington Post the Tsarnaev burial saga highlights a fundamental legal flaw
The Worcester (Massachusetts) Police Department reports that Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s body was buried in an undisclosed location in the middle of the night, bringing an end to a sad, unprecedented soap opera. This controversy has been resolved — but what happens next time? The Tsarnaev burial saga highlights a fundamental flaw in the American law regarding the disposition of human remains. Continue reading »
Professor Tanya Marsh co-authors paper, ‘The Impact of Dodd-Frank on Community Banks,’ with Joseph Norman (’12)
Many small banks will close or be forced to merge as a result of the regulatory costs and burdens of the Dodd-Frank Act, according to a new report.
Professor Tanya Marsh quoted in New York Times regarding interment of Boston Marathon bombing suspect’s body
BOSTON — The body of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing who died after a shootout with the police last month, has been interred in an undisclosed location, the Worcester Police Department said in a statement on Thursday morning.
Professor Beth Hopkins has chapter published in book outlining American Indian and African American historic struggles
Wake Forest Law Professor Beth Hopkins has written a chapter in a new textbook, “Trauma and Resilience in American Indian and African American Southern History.”
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