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Professor Michael Epstein’s new book, “Mass Media Law – A Survey of Content and Culture”

Professor Michael Epstein’s new book, Mass Media Law – A Survey of Content and Culture (Vandeplas Publishing, 2014), examines the law of mass communications and focuses on regulation of speech content under the First Amendment. Coverage includes laws relating to defamation, invasion of privacy, the right of publicity, indecency and obscenity, advertising, newsgathering, media violence, and media diversity. ...

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Legal Scholars and Reviewers Weigh in on Professor Michael Dorff’s New Book on CEO Pay

Corporate law expert Professor Michael Dorff has his opinions about why the CEO pay experiment failed and how to fix it, which he shares in his new book INDISPENSABLE AND OTHER MYTHS. According to Kirkus Reviews, the book is "a provocative thesis couched in measured, scholarly language." Click here to read the full review. Professor Dorff recently shared insights on his book and the topic at a Beverly Hills ...

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New Issue of JIMEL Features an Especially Diverse Set of Articles

Volume 5, Issue 1 of the Journal of International Media and Entertainment Law (JIMEL), published in conjunction with the American Bar Association's Forums on Communications Law and the Entertainment and Sports Industries, is now available. According to Professor Michael Epstein, the Journal's Supervising Editor, the media and entertainment articles selected for this issue are especially diverse. "The topics ...

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Dean Susan Prager Praised for Her Leadership of the AALS

In the November 2013 issue of AALS News, a quarterly publication of the Association of American Law Schools, Dean Susan Westerberg Prager was recognized for her outstanding service to the AALS over the years, including her recent five years as Executive Director. She was praised for her "vision, commitment, intellect, and warm spirit," and for strengthening "the AALS's contribution to a broad dialogue withi ...

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Law Review Publishes Issue Featuring Panel Discussion with Justice O’Connor

The latest issue of Southwestern Law Review (Volume 42, Number 3) is now available online. With the announcement, Editor-in-Chief Annie Levitt said, "The issue includes an incredible panel discussion featuring Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. Her story is inspiring, and its inclusion in our publication marks a major milestone in the history of the Southwestern Law Review." Click here to view the current issue, ...

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New Issue of JIMEL Showcases Perspectives of British, Argentine and Canadian Legal Scholars

Volume 4, Issue 2 of the Journal of International Media and Entertainment Law (JIMEL), published in conjunction with the American Bar Association's Forums on Communications Law and the Entertainment and Sports Industries, is now available. According to Professor Michael Epstein, the Journal's supervising editor, this is the first time all contributors are scholars based outside the United States. Professor ...

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Southwestern Professor’s New Book Recounts the Life of Famous Hollywood Attorney

Adjunct Professor James Gladstone has written a biography of a famous entertainment lawyer Greg Bautzer, who is best known for representing the richest man in the world - Howard Hughes. In The Man Who Seduced Hollywood: The Life and Loves of Greg Bautzer, Tinseltown's Most Powerful Lawyer (Chicago Review Press 2013), Professor Gladstone chronicles Bautzer's illustrious legal career and incredible dating lif ...

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