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Top Stories - February 2008

Liberty Competes in National Constitutional Law Moot Court Tournament

February 19, 2008

The team of Suzanne Caruso and David Nauheim competed this weekend in the Regent University National Constitutional Law Moot Court Tournament in Virginia Beach. Liberty’s team advanced to the quarter-final round where they were eliminated by the...


Two Liberty Teams Excel in the ABA National Finals for Negotiation Competition

February 14, 2008

At the American Bar Association (ABA) Negotiation Competition National Finals in Los Angeles, California, two Liberty University School of Law teams were seeded in the 4th and 16th place of all law schools in the country. The 4th place seeded team consisted...


Liberty University Law Review to Hold Its Inaugural Symposium

February 07, 2008

The Liberty University Law Review is pleased to announce its inaugural symposium scheduled for February 22 and 23, 2008. The symposium, entitled, "The Natural Law in Protestant Political and Legal Thought," will provide a forum where a wide...


Whistleblower Fraud Case Leads Professor to File a Supreme Court Brief

February 05, 2008

In a current whistleblower fraud case before the U.S. Supreme Court, Professor Joel D. Hesch of Liberty University School of Law filed a brief proposing a new standard for the courts to follow when interpreting the fraud statute. The Supreme Court...