Eight from Brandeis Law to be recognized with Research, Scholarship & Creativity Awards
Eight faculty members from Brandeis Law are among the 81 from across the university who will be recognized at UofL's Research + Innovation Research, Scholarship and Creativity Awards on Thursday, Oct. 19. A reception will begin at 4:30 p.m. followed by the award presentation at 5:30 p.m. in the Swain Student Activities Center Ballroom.
Honored from Brandeis Law will be:
- Cassie Chambers Armstrong, assistant professor of law: Her article was selected through a competitive process for publication in one of the nation's premier law reviews. “Gideon is in the House: Lessons of the Home Renters’ Right-to-Counsel Movement” was accepted for publication at Harvard Journal of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (forthcoming).
- Tony Arnold, director of the Resilience Justice Project and Boehl Chair in Property and Land Use, for winning a $75,000 grant from the National Sea Grant Law Center through NOAA’s National Coastal Resilience Fund to study equity in coastal adaptation policies in eight U.S. cities, Boston, Cleveland, Miami, New Orleans, San Diego, Savannah, Seattle and Tampa.
- Tim Hall, professor of law, whose lifelong work in the field of health law was recognized by his appointment as the Boehl Chair in Health Law.
- Ariana R Levinson, associate dean for intellectual life and professor of law: With a team of clinical psychologists, she authored “Challenging Jurors' Racism,” an article reprinted in Civil Rights Litigation and Attorney Fees Annual Handbook, a Thomson/Reuters publication of the National Police Accountability Project of the National Lawyers Guild.
- Laura McNeal, professor of law: Her scholarship in the area of education and law, and in particular about student action to oppose racism and its relation to free speech, has been recognized by her invitation to publish in one of the premier law review journals. “Speech in Twenty-First Century Schools: A New Battleground for Free Speech” was accepted for publication in the Stanford Law Review (forthcoming).
- Lisa Nicholson, professor of law, whose lifelong achievements in the field of business law were recognized through a competitive selection process by appointing her the William Bullitt Marshall Chair in Business Law.
- Cedric Merlin Powell, Wyatt Tarrant & Combs Professor of Law: His lifelong achievements as a scholar of race neutral jurisprudence was honored by his appointment as the Earl C. and Anna H. Broady Visiting Endowed Chair at Howard University School of Law for 2022-23.
- CJ Ryan, associate professor of law, was recognized as one of the top 50 most downloaded U.S. Law Professors of 2022 by TaxProf Blog.
To attend, register at the link found here.