Professor Maurice Stucke helped a number of news agencies make sense of potential antitrust violations this week as CEOs from the four largest U.S. technology companies appeared before the U.S. House Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial, and Administrative Law.
Across the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, faculty members stepped up to support their students during the pandemic, figuring out solutions to teach their courses and making adjustments on the fly.
After the pandemic forced classes online, “We did a statewide survey about how courts were handling eviction cases in each county,” said Professor Wendy Bach in the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Law.
Dean Emeritus Doug Blaze, who is also the Art Stolnitz and Elvin E. Overton Distinguished Professor, has agreed to serve as dean of the College of Law on an interim basis beginning July 1.
Although in-person commencement ceremonies in May had to be postponed for safety, UT will recognize graduates and their outstanding achievements over the next few weeks.
Several colleges and programs at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, earned recognition from U.S. News and World Report in its 2021 graduate school rankings.
Chidimma Nwaneri will graduate from the College of Law this month, having attained a level of education many of her childhood friends may never comprehend.
Moore, a native of Dallas, Georgia, will receive a law degree during spring commencement at noon Friday, May 10, and soon after will join the Navy as a JAG Corps officer.
A College of Law professor and former judge has been recognized for her work with a 2019 SEC Faculty Achievement Award.
One microphone. Ten faculty members. 400 seconds. That’s under seven minutes for each faculty member to explain their unique research.
Beginning in fall 2018, students can attend the College of Law without having to commit to full-time study.
The past few years of Zach Campbell’s life have been a lesson in perseverance.