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Faculty Publications

Alexandra Harrington

Professor Dr. Alexandra Harrington published Implementing the Escazú Agreement: The Need for Rapid Definition of the Committee to Support Implementation and Compliance, Global Network on Human Rights and the Environmemt (2021).
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Utility-Expanding Fair Use, 105 Minnesota Law Review (forthcoming 2021)
A Legal History of Black Women, Sexual Violence, and Sexual Harassment in the United States, Routledge Companion To Black Women's Cultural Histories (Janell Hobson, Ed.) (Forthcoming, 2021).

David Walker

David Walker published Institutional Mechanisms for Protecting Human Rights of Future Generations, in Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger, Marcel Szabo and Alexandra R. Harrington, eds., Intergenerational Justice in Sustainable Development Treaty Implementation (forthcoming, Cambridge University Press, 2020).

Edward W. De Barbieri

Mitigating Housing Instability During a Pandemic, (with Michelle D. Layser, Andrew J. Greenlee, Tracy A. Kaye, Blaine G. Saito) 99 OREGON L. REV. 445 (2021)

Raymond Brescia

Zoning Cyberspace: Protecting Privacy in the Digital Upside Down, 2020 UTAH LAW REVIEW 1219 (2021)

Raymond Brescia

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)
To Promote Innovation, Congress Should Abolish the Supreme Court Created Exceptions to 35 U.S. Code §101, __ Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal __ (forthcoming)

Anthony Farley

Marxisim as Race Consciousness, __ Yale Journal of Law and Feminism __ (forthcoming)

Keith Hirokawa

An Ecosystem Services Approach to Cultural Resource Protection, __ Environmental Law __ (forthcoming) (with Linnea Riegel)

James Redwood

“Back from the Brink: The Supreme Court Saves the SEC’s Rule 10b-5 from the Grim Reaper,” __ UMKC Law Review __ (forthcoming)

Raymond Brescia

The Future of Change, Stanford Social Innovation Review (2020)

Robert Heverly

More is Different: Tort Liability of Compromised Systems in Internet Denial of Service Attacks, 47 Florida State University Law Review 531 (2020)

Patricia Reyhan

Unlimited Vindication: Choosing Statutes of Limitations in the Era of Constrained Personal Jurisdiction, 50 New Mexico Law Review
Race and Free Speech on College Campuses, The Oxford Handbook of Race and Law in the United States (Devon Carbado, Khiara Bridges & Emily Houh, Eds.) (Forthcoming, 2020).

Joe Buffington

Conditional Answers to Multiple Choice Questions: Three Linguistic Problems (and Solutions) for ‘if,’ 69 Journal of Legal Education 384 (2020)

Melissa Breger

Corporal Punishment, Social Norms and Norm Cascades: Examining Cross-National Laws and Trends in Homes Across the Globe, 26 William & Mary Journal of Race, Gender & Social Justice 483 (2020) (with Victor Asal, Lucy Sorensen, and Charmaine Willis)

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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Ava Ayers

Missing Immigrants in the Rhetoric of Sanctuary, __ Wisconsin Law Review __ (forthcoming)

Ciji Dodds

In Fear of Black Revolutionary Contagion and Insurrection: Foucault, Galtung, and the Genesis of Racialized Structural Violence in American Foreign Policy and Immigration Law, Michigan Journal of Race and Law (forthcoming)

Mary Lynch

Institutional Service, Student Care-work and Misogyny: Naming the Problem and Mitigating the Harm, 65 Villanova Law Review (forthcoming 2020) (with Andrea Curcio)

David Pratt

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

Rosemary Queenan

Professional Identity Formation, Leadership and Exploration of Self, UMKC Law Review (with Mary Walsh Fitzpatrick)

Rosemary Queenan

Delay and Irreparable Harm: A Study of Exhaustion Through the Lens of the IDEA, North Carolina Law Review

Sarah Rogerson

Cruelty is the Point: Theories of Recovery for Family Separation and Detention Abuses, 21 Nevada Law Journal (forthcoming 2021)
Perfecting Bias: Artificial Intelligence, Healthcare and Race, Seton Hall Law Review (forthcoming 2021)
Artificial Intelligence, Algorithmic Knowledge and the Reconstruction of Law, Journal of Legal Education (forthcoming 2021)

Evelyn Tenenbaum

“Assessing Consent to Intimate Sexual Relations Among Nursing Home Residents with Dementia” in LIVING WITH DEMENTIA IN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES (Springer Publishing)

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 Future of Law Schools: COVID-19, Technology and Social Justice, Connecticut Law Review (Online) (forthcoming 2020)

Sarah Rogerson

“Preparation, Crisis, Struggle, Ideas: The Birth of the Detention Outreach Project” in CRISIS LAWYERING: EFFECTIVE LEGAL ADVOCACY IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS (NYU Press forthcoming 2021) (Raymond Brescia and Eric K. Stern, eds.)

Raymond Brescia

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)

Melissa Breger

NEW YORK LAW OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Cumulative Supplement 2019-20 (Thomson-West-Reuters, 3rd ed.,) (with Judge Lee Elkins, Deseriee Kennedy and Jill M. Zuccardy)

Raymond Brescia

Privacy’s ‘Three Mile Island’ and the Need to Protect Political Privacy in Private-Law Contexts, 48 Florida State University Law Review (forthcoming 2021)

Edward W. De Barbieri

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.)

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.)

Raymond Brescia

Civil Society and Civil Justice: Teaching with Technology to Help Close the Justice Gap for Non-Profit Organizations, 29 Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology 16 (2019)

Raymond Brescia

Creative Lawyering for Social Change, 35 Georgia State Law Review 529 (2019)

Melissa Breger

Making the Invisible Visible: Exploring Implicit Bias, Judicial Diversity, and the Bench Trial, 53 University of Richmond Law Review 1039

Michael Hutter

The Attorney-Client Privilege and Its Application to Communications with Former Corporate Employees, 23 NY Business Law Journal 25 (NYSBA, Summer 2019)

Melissa Breger

Re-Norming Sport for Inclusivity: How the Sport Community Has the Potential to Change a Toxic Culture of Harassment and Abuse, 13 Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology 274 (2019) (with Margery Holman and Michelle Guerrero)

Evelyn Tenenbaum

The Advantages of Peer Review Over Arbitration for Resolving Authorship Disputes, 4(10) Research Integrity and Peer Review (2019) (with Zubin Master)

Raymond Brescia

On Tipping Points and Nudges: Review of Cass Sunstein’s How Change Happens, 34 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics and Public Policy 55 (2020)

Ira Bloom

“Marital Deduction” and “Advanced Written Directives for Health Care” in DRAFTING NEW YORK WILLS AND RELATED DOCUMENTS (LexisNexis Matthew Bender 2019) (Ira Mark Bloom and William P. LaPiana)