Legal Analytics Lab Tackles Projects at the Intersection of Business, Law and Big Data

A groundbreaking new lab at Georgia State University is bringing business and legal scholars together with data scientists to analyze millions of litigation filings and outcomes, corporate financial disclosures, patent applications and other legal documents to identify patterns and evaluate how the law operates to predict future outcomes.

The Legal Analytics Lab, an initiative of… more »

Structural, Creative & Professional Support

Imagine a job where you look forward to your annual review because you know you will leave feeling confident and committed to doing your best. Steve has always made me and my colleagues feel supported, challenged, engaged and valued. Aside from my mother, I cannot think of anyone who has believed more in my professional ability or appeared… more »

Anne Tucker

Georgia State Law Hosts Berle IX Symposium in June

The Adolf A. Berle Jr. Center on Corporations, Law & Society at Seattle University School of Law will sponsor its ninth annual Adolf A. Berle Jr. Symposium (Berle IX) on June 5 and 6 at Georgia State University College of Law in Atlanta.

Berle IX, continues the interdisciplinary tradition… more »

Tucker Honored for Outstanding Scholarship

Associate Professor Anne Tucker received the 2016 Patricia T. Morgan Award for Outstanding Scholarship. The award annually recognizes up to two faculty members who, within the previous two calendar years, have compiled a substantial and continuing record of outstanding research and scholarly activity, as well as faculty who have during this period published… more »

Pierce Hand Places Third in Mendes Hershman Writing Contest

Out of more than 25 student submissions from competitive law schools across the country, Pierce G. Hand (J.D. ’16) received third place and $500 for his paper, “Using the Absurdity Principle & Other Strategies Against Appraisal Arbitrage by Hedge Funds,” in the 2016 Mendes Hershman Writing Contest.

“I originally drafted this paper as a… more »

Justice Scalia’s Final Mark on Corporate Law May Be Form Over Substance

Justice Antonin Scalia’s sudden passing has generated a tidal wave of media and academic attention on the future of the Supreme Court. As a corporate law scholar, I have to admit to a tinge of jealousy to be seemingly outside of this controversy, the hand wringing, and the political equivalent of Dungeons and Dragons that… more »

Tucker on Religious Rights of Corporations

Assistant Professor of Law Anne Tucker

Huffington Post, March 20, 2014

A Bad Investment: Recognizing Religious Rights of Corporations

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Business Law Prof Blog, March 21, 2014

Corporate Religious Exemptions and Personal Individual Disclosures