Haniya H. Mir was interviewed by the Kansas City Star for her Note on the tax implications of same-sex marriage. You can read the article and interview with the Kansas City Star here and access a copy of the Note, Windsor and Its Discontents: State Income Tax Implications for Same-Sex Couples, here. Haniya Mir is a Duke Continue Reading »
In a Sept. 29, 2014 article, Justices Embark on Road to a Ruling on Same-Sex Marriage, the New York Times discusses the Duke Law Journal‘s forthcoming article, The Best for Last: The Timing of U.S. Supreme Court Decisions. The article, written by Prof. Lee Epstein, Prof. William M. Landes, and Judge Richard A. Posner, analyzes Continue Reading »
The Duke Law Journal is pleased to welcome its incoming class of 2L Staff Editors (2014–15). For more information, see the Duke Law Journal Masthead (PDF Link). Michael B. Adamson John Patrick Bailey Robert B. Barnes Nicole J. Blumenkehl H. Hunter Bruton Samantha A. Bui Katherine E. Canning Christian M. Coyne Charles E. Davis K. Continue Reading »
The Duke Law Journal is pleased to announce the Executive Committee for Volume 64 (2014–15): Editor-in-Chief Bill O’Connell Managing Editor Christine Turner Senior Research Editor Alison Newman Senior Articles Editor Madeleine Hogue Senior Notes Editor Jerry Fang Executive Editors Kyle Druding Haniya Mir Stevie Pearl Daniel Rice Research Editors Chelsea Glover Darlena Kern Matt Koerner Continue Reading »
January 31, 2014 The International Arbitration Club of New York has awarded the 2014 Smit-Lowenfeld Prize to author Gary Born for his article “A New Generation of International Adjudication,” which was published in the January 2012 issue of the Duke Law Journal. The Prize, which is awarded annually based on factors such as originality, quality, Continue Reading »
November 5, 2013 Professor Dana Remus’s forthcoming (March, 2014) Duke Law Journal article, Out of Practice: The Twenty-First Century Legal Profession, won the 2013 Fred C. Zacharias Memorial Prize for Scholarship in Professional Responsibility. Her article was also recently discussed on ABAJournal.com.