Faculty News - January 2012
Thursday, January 26, 2012
Marianne Blair, Professor of Law, has written an article, "Admonitions or Accountability?: U.S. Implementation of the Hague Convention Requirements for the Collection and Disclosure of Medical and Social History of Transnationally Adopted Children," that will be published this year by the Capital University Law Review.
Brad Carson, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Business Law, has been confirmed by the United States Senate as the U.S. Army’s General Counsel. In this position, for which he was nominated by President Barack Obama, Carson will serve as the Army’s chief lawyer, ultimately responsible for determining the Army’s position on any legal question. The General Counsel also exercises technical supervision over the Office of the Judge Advocate General, the Office of the Command Counsel, Army Materiel Command, and the Office of the Chief Counsel, and Corps of Engineers.
Russell Christopher, Professor of Law, authored a chapter, "Imminence in Justified Targeted Killing," in the forthcoming 2012 book, Targeted Killings: Law and Morality in an Asymmetrical World, eds. Claire Finkelstein, Jens Ohlin, and Andrew Altman, to be published by Oxford University Press.