Monthly Archives: February 2020

Scott Dodson on Personal Jurisdiction in Comparative Context

Published on: Author: Rick Marcus

My colleague Scott Dodson has built himself a prominent place in American jurisdiction law, in a series of articles on personal jurisdiction and subject–matter jurisdiction. He’s also been carving out a niche in comparative civil procedure. In “Personal Jurisdiction in Comparative Context,” forthcoming in the refereed American Journal of Comparative Law, Professor Dodson combines his… Continue reading

Richard Boswell on Advancing a Broader View of Clinical Scholarship

Published on: Author: Mark Aaronson

Richard Boswell’s thoughtful insights regarding clinical scholarship reflect the pivotal position he has had in the development of such scholarship institutionally and as a role model. In “Advancing a Broader View of Clinical Scholarship,” 26 Clinical Law Review 117 (2019), Professor Boswell begins with a quotation that appeared in the CLR’s first edition: “The heart… Continue reading