Recent Faculty News
Professor Andrew Verstein gives lecture on national security and corporate law at Dartmouth’s Political Economy Project
Professor Andrew Verstein gave a lecture titled, “National Security’s Entanglement with Corporate Law,” to the Political Economy Project on Tuesday, May 24, at Dartmouth College. Continue reading »
Professor Michael Curtis publishes Wake Forest Law Review article challenging North Carolina’s use of racial political districting
Professor Michael Curtis recently published the law review article, “Using the Voting Rights Act to Discriminate: North Carolina’s Use of Racial Gerrymandering, Two Racial Quotas, Safe Harbors, Shields, and Inoculations to Undermine Multiracial Coalitions and Black Political Power,” in the Wake Forest Law Review. Continue reading »
Professor Harold Lloyd writes about ‘Religious Hypocrites and Their Timeless Tactics: McCrory, Tartuffe, and House Bill 2′ on The Huffington Post
Professor Harold Lloyd wrote the following blog, “Religious Hypocrites and Their Timeless Tactics: McCrory, Tartuffe, and House Bill,” on The Huffington Post on May 21, 2016.
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Professor John Knox proposes revisions to Paris Agreement component to incorporate ‘strong social and environmental safeguards’
Professor John Knox‘s work as the United Nations special rapporteur on Human Rights and the Environment in his proposed revisions to a Paris Agreement component is detailed in the following article, “Climate negotiators focus on carbon credits, underplay human rights,” written by Wake Forest Professor Justin Catanoso and published originally in Mongabay on May 23, 2016.