UT’s Baker Center is co-hosting a lecture series, “Giants of the Senate.”
The Supreme Court is a leading player in enacting policy in the US. But it has no army to enforce its decisions; its authority rests solely on its legitimacy.
Bill Lyons to become the Baker Center’s inaugural director of policy partnerships.
The College of Law has named a classroom and will name the moot court program after the Summers, Rufolo and Rodgers law firm.
Experts explain the significance of this new allowance.
Marianne Wanamaker has been appointed executuve director of UT’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy. Her first day is July 1.
Support for the Affordable Care Act is at an all-time high.
Polk’s letters—most previously unpublished—illuminate his personal life and business affairs.
Research on racism and policing in the U.S. explained by the experts who study it.
Stimulus checks received a lot of attention during debates about the stimulus package, but it may be expansion of health insurance that will have the longest-lasting effect on Americans.
Cyntoia Brown Long shared her personal story during the College of Law’s annual Rose Lecture.
Cyntoia Brown Long and Charles W. Bone will give the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Law’s annual Rose Lecture on Tuesday, February 23, at noon.