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Faculty Publications

Louis Jim

Note, “Over-Kill”: The Ramifications of Applying New York’s Anti-Terrorism Statute Too Broadly, 60 Syracuse L. Rev. 639 (2010). Cited in People v. Morales, 924 N.Y.S.2d 62, 64 n.4 (App. Div. 2011).

Louis Jim

Preparing 1Ls for Persuasive Communication by Integrating Procedural Rules and Substantive Law, Best Practices for Legal Education Blog (Feb. 17, 2020).
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Cassandra DiNova, Esq. '16

Were the ‘Pioneer’ Clinical Ethics Consultants ‘Outsiders’? For Them, Was ‘Critical Distance’ That Critical?, AM. J. OF BIOETHICS (2018).

Evelyn Tenenbaum

Assessing Consent to Intimate Sexual Relations Among Nursing Home Residents with Dementia in LIVING WITH DEMENTIA, NEUROETHICAL ISSUES AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES (Springer Nature, 2021) (Veljko Dubljevic and Francis Bottenberg eds.)
BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS LAW IN FOCUS (with Deborah Bouchoux) (Wolters Kluwer 2nd ed., 2020)

Danshera Cords

How Can Green Tax Laws Spur Green Behavior? An Analysis of Chinese Tax Policy on Green Consumption, 17 Pittsburgh Tax Review 165 (2019) (with Zhigang Hong)

Robert Heverly

More is Different: Tort Liability of Compromised Systems in Internet Denial of Service Attacks, 47 Florida State University Law Review 531 (2020)
Private Largesse in the Digital Age: Privacy in Reich’s The New Property, 36 Touro Law Review 835 (2021)
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Alexandra Harrington

Professor Dr. Alexandra Harrington published Settling Sustainably: the SDGs and the Dispute Settlement at the World Trade Organization, McGill Journal of Sustainable Development Law (2020).

Alexandra Harrington

Professor Dr. Alexandra Harrington published Achieving Ambition and Implementation through Legal Change (CISDL, 2020) with Prof. Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger and Dr. Markus Gehring.

Alexandra Harrington

Professor Dr. Alexandra Harrington published Climate Law and Governance Innovations for Resilient Oceans (CISDL & UNFCCC, 2020) with Mr. Freedom-Kai Philips.

Mary Lynch

Professor Mary Lynch published Institutional Service, Student Care-work, and Misogyny: Naming the Problem and Mitigating the Harm (with Andrea A. Curcio) in Vol. 65, Issue 5, 2020 of the Villanova Law Review on February 03, 2021.

David Pratt

A Comparative Analysis of the Information Duties in Belgian and American Occupational Pensions, 22 European Journal of Social Security 39 (2020) (with Marjolein Denys and Yves Stevens)
The Legal Needs of Nonprofits: An Empirical Study of Tax-Exempt Organizations and Their Access to Legal Services, 17 Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal 451 (2020) (with Bahareh Ansari and Hannah Hage)
State and Local Economic Development and Urban Anticipatory Governance, 43 Planning and Zoning Law Report 1 (2020)

Anthony Farley

“Race, Nation, and Patrimony, or, the Stakes of Diversity in Hamilton,” in HAMILTON AND THE LAW: READING TODAY'S MOST CONTENTIOUS LEGAL ISSUES THROUGH THE HIT MUSICAL (Cornell University Press 2020) (Lisa Tucker, ed.)
Evidence, 70 Syracuse Law Review 1000 (2020)

David Pratt

Too Big to Fail? The U.S. Retirement System in 2019, 27 Elder Law Journal 327 (2019)

Evelyn Tenenbaum

CURRENT ISSUES IN CONSTITUTIONAL LITIGATION (Carolina Academic Press 3rd ed. 2020) (with Sarah E. Ricks)
Zoning Cyberspace: Protecting Privacy in the Digital Upside Down, 2020 UTAH LAW REVIEW 1219 (2021)
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Legal Ethics in Pandemics: The Lawyer for the (Crisis) Situation, GEORGETOWN JOURNAL OF LEGAL ETHICS (forthcoming, Spring 2021)
The Shifting Frontiers of State Standing: How Litigation over Border Wall Funding Is Exposing Standing’s Current Doctrinal Fault Lines, 68 UCLA Law Review Discourse 80 (2020)
The Future of Change, Stanford Social Innovation Review (2020)
To Promote Innovation, Congress Should Abolish the Supreme Court Created Exceptions to 35 U.S. Code §101, __ Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal __ (forthcoming)
CRISIS LAWYERING: EFFECTIVE LEGAL ADVOCACY IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS (with Eric K. Stern, editors)(New York University Press, 2021)
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Reconceptualizing Compulsory Copyright Licenses, 72 Stanford Law Review 915 (2020)
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