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Albany Law School Professors Melissa Breger, Ray Brescia, Keith Hirokawa, and Evelyn Tenenbaum are in demand on the
Social Science Research Network (SSRN), a website that hosts and distributes scholarship from over 330,000 authors around the world.
Professor Breger is in the top 10 percent of authors on SSRN by downloads for the month of March. Her paper,
"The (In)Visibility of Motherhood in Family Court Proceedings," was listed on SSRN's top 10 download list for the topic AARN: Other Applied & Practicing Anthropology. Professor Breger's other recent scholarship includes:
"Trauma in Sex-Trafficked Children" in
HUMAN TRAFFICKING: EMERGING ISSUES AND LEGAL APPLICATIONS (Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, 2017); and
"Healing Sex-Trafficked Children: A Domestic Family Law Approach to an International Epidemic" in 118
West Virginia Law Review (2016).
Professor Brescia was in the top 10 percent of authors on SSRN by downloads for the month of February. His recent scholarship includes:
"Safe at Home: Considering a Right to Counsel in Civil Cases as a State Constitutional Matter" in
MAKING A MODERN CONSTITUTION: THE PROSPECTS FOR CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM IN NEW YORK (NYSBA, 2016);
"When Interests Converge: An Access-to-Justice Mission for Law Schools," forthcoming in the
Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy; and
the introduction to his co-edited book,
HOW CITIES WILL SAVE THE WORLD: URBAN INNOVATION IN THE FACE OF POPULATION FLOWS, CLIMATE CHANGE, AND ECONOMIC INEQUALITY (Routledge, 2016).
Professor Hirokawa was also in the top 10 percent of authors on SSRN by downloads for the month of February. His recent scholarship includes:
"Adapting Agriculture Through Land Use Controls" in
RESEARCH HANDBOOK ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND AGRICULTURAL LAW (Edward Elgar, 2017); "The Cost of Federalism: Ecology, Community, and the Pragmatism of Land Use" in
THE LAW AND POLICY OF ENVIRONMENTAL FEDERALISM: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS (Edward Elgar, 2015); and
"Saving Sustainability" in his co-edited book,
RETHINKING SUSTAINABILITY TO MEET THE CLIMATE CHANGE CHALLENGE (Environmental Law Institute, 2015).
Professor Tenenbaum is in the top 10 percent of authors on SSRN by downloads for the month of March. Her recent scholarship includes:
"Bartering for a Compatible Kidney Using Your Incompatible, Live Kidney Donor: Legal and Ethical Issues Related to Kidney Chains" in 42
American Journal of Law and Medicine (2016); "Ethics in Long Term Care" in
THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ADULTHOOD AND AGING (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2015) (with Gayle Doll, Director, Center on Aging, Kansas State Univ.); and the second edition of her co-authored casebook CURRENT ISSUES IN CONSTITUTIONAL LITIGATION (Carolina Academic Press, 2015).
authors affiliated with Albany Law School have received 9,768 new downloads over the past 12 months.