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Faculty & Staff News

Article from Professor Fulcher Listed on SSRN’s Top Ten Download List

July 22, 2014

An article from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School professor, Patrice Fulcher, was recently listed on Social Science Research Network’s (SSRN) Top Ten download list for the topic Security and Safety. The article also reached the Top Ten downloads list for … Continue reading

Professor Dalton Discusses Priest-Penitent Privilege in The Washington Times

July 16, 2014

Fueling the debate over priest-penitent privilege, is the recent ruling in the Louisiana Supreme Court which states that a teenage girl’s confession to a priest can be used as testimony in a child abuse case. A recent article by The … Continue reading

Professor Joseph Rosen Discusses Immigration in Special Fourth of July Podcast

July 7, 2014

Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School professor, Joseph Rosen was recently interviewed by Mark Deal from U.S. Immigration Podcast in a special Fourth of July episode. As America turned 238 years old, Professor Rosen was selected to speak on the history … Continue reading

Professor Mears Discusses the Upcoming Execution of Marcus Wellons

June 17, 2014

Marcus Wellons, convicted of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl in 1989 is set to be executed on June 17, 2014 at 7 p.m. However, instead of a three-drug cocktail formerly used, the state of Georgia wants to use one drug … Continue reading

Professor Rapping Speaks on Unequal Representation for the Poor

June 17, 2014

A recent article from The Guardian calls on Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School professor Jonathan Rapping to discuss unequal representation for the nation’s poor. In the article by Sadhbh Walshe, the issue of wealth and its connection with acquittals, not-guilty … Continue reading