Twitter Tuesday: Law School Happenings 6/29-7/6

    describe the imageWelcome to PowerScore's Twitter Tuesdays, where we recap what went on in the law school Twitterverse for the past week. This week: Russian spies, Elena Kagan, White Sox, and Macbeth.

    Happy trails to SCOTUS Associate Justice John Paul Stevens, who retired last week!


    This week, Widener Law continued to makes us green with envy with tales from Nairobi, Kenya, and SwitzerlandAlbany Law's Review got cited in a SCOTUS case, and so did NYU LawHarvard Law got out the pom-poms and cheered for former HLS Dean Elena Kagan as she "kicked booty" during her SCOTUS confirmation hearings. Northeastern Law got some face time in the New York Times.

    We found out that UChicago Law's Dean Badger really really likes the White Sox.

    Santa Clara Law talked about the future of legal educationGeorgetown Law named a new Dean -- Fordham Law's Dean William Treanor. Wake Forest Law had lots of new appointments: Prof. Suzanne Reynolds got set up as their new academic dean, grad Gene Pridgen was installed as the 116th president of the NC Bar Association, and Prof. Carol Anderson was named an ABA FellowEmory Law put out its latest edition of the Emory Lawyer.

    Cardozo Law's Prof. Herz got on TVDuke Law's Dean Levi talked about making the transition from the bench to academia. Chicago Kent Law's Profs. Carolyn Shapiro and Mark Rosen were on TV and radio discussing the Kagan SCOTUS nominations. Oregon Law's Prof. Wood talked about the BP oil spill, and so did UMD Law.

    Columbia Law took on the Russian spies (twice). KU Law took a trip down memory laneMarquette Law students bemoaned 1L yearUNC Law got new faculty members (and so did UC Davis Law), associate deans, and a clinic directorAlabama Law discussed the historical significance of "To Kill a Mockingbird," and made the cover of the ABA JournalCalifornia Western School of Law took on the week's happenings in 10 minutesThe University of Washington Law School was on The Bachelorette.

    And Tulane Law acted out Macbeth.

    Twitter Tuesdays will be back next week!