Professor Catherine A. Rogers, the Paul and Marjorie Price Faculty Scholar at Penn State Law, moderated a discussion between general counsels of some of the largest oil and gas companies in the world on Feb. 17 in Houston at the 68th Annual Oil & Gas Conference, hosted by the Center for American and International Law’s Institute for Energy Law.
Penn State Law students Carlos Camandang, Nia Fung, Vanessa Miller, and Angel Shah recently attended the ABA Judicial Clerkship Program, part of the larger ABA Mid-Year Meeting in Miami, Fl.
Webinar: Climate Change and Water Management in Eastern States: Overcoming Barriers to Innovation in Regulated Riparianism
A webinar with Lara B. Fowler of Penn State Law, Beth Kinne of Hobart and William Smith Colleges, and Matthew E. Draper of Draper & Draper, LLC.
The Penn State Law Student Bar Association (SBA) held its fifth annual Diversity Banquet on Feb. 11, featuring keynote speaker Judge Tanya R. Kennedy.
A proposal from the Honorable Samuel L. Bufford, distinguished scholar in residence at Penn State Law, has been scheduled for discussion at the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) this July, making it likely that Bufford’s recommendations to the commission will became a central part of its work in the coming years.
Penn State Law visiting assistant professor Anne T. McKenna addresses expert testimony and Article 7 of the Federal Rules of Evidence in the sixth volume of Jones on Evidence, 7th Edition—the first hardbound volume to be added to Jones since the 1990s.
In a joint effort directed by the Department of Justice (DOJ - COPS Division) and the Police Foundation, Visiting Assistant Professor of Law Anne T. McKenna was retained as principal legal consultant to research, prepare legal analysis, and advise domestic law enforcement using unmanned aerial surveillance vehicles (UAVs or drones).