CSLR Alumni Highlights
By Patti Ghezzi | Emory Law | Apr 24, 2012 12:04:00 AM
Sarah Gerwig-Moore (JD/MTS ‘02), associate professor of law at Mercer Law, has been awarded tenure. Her teaching and scholarship interests center around constitutional criminal law, appellate and post-conviction practice and procedure, prisoners’ rights, and other practical matters relating to serving the public interest. Gerwig-Moore created and now teaches The Habeas Project, the only pro bono effort in Georgia to focus solely on non-capital post-conviction cases.
Charles Hooker (JD ’06) is one of the attorneys representing the Anti-Defamation League, the Interfaith Coalition on Mosques, and the Faith Alliance of Metro Atlanta in Islamic Center of North Fulton, Inc., v. City of Alpharetta, Georgia et al., a case involving claims under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act.
Judd M. Treeman (JD/MTS ‘09) wrote a comment in Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal (2009) that recently has been relied upon as a principal source of scholarship by two of the national bankruptcy bar’s most authoritative publications, the American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review and Religious Organizations and the Law. Treeman wrote “Blessed be the Name of the Code: How to Protect Churches from Tithe Avoidance under the Bankruptcy Code’s Fraudulent Transfer Law” while he was EBDJ’s executive managing editor.