Publications – April 2006

Lori Andrews’ casebook, Genetics: Ethics, Law and Policy, 2d ed., is forthcoming from West Publishing in June 2006 (with co-editors Maxwell Mehlman and Mark Rothstein).

Professor Andrews has co-authored a book chapter, Sculpting Public Policy through Bioart, for Art and Biotechnologies (forthcoming 2007).

Her review of Judith Daar’s casebook, Reproductive Technologies and the Law, is forthcoming in the DePaul Law Review in Spring 2006.

Professor Andrews has written an op-ed piece, Brave New Babies, for the PBS website. It will be published online in May 2006. Looking at your DNA? was published in the March 2006 issue of Playboy.

Professor Andrews’ article The Patent Office as Thought Police was published in The Chronicle of Higher Education on February 17, 2006.

Katharine Baker co-authored an op-ed piece on the Burr Ridge rape case that appeared in the Perspectives Section of the Chicago Tribune on March 19, 2006.

Evelyn Brody prepared a Discussion Draft (April 6, 2006), covering governance, to present to the ALI membership at the 2006 Annual Meeting (scheduled for Washington, D.C., May 16, 2006). Professor Body prepared the draft in her capacity as Reporter of the American Law Institute’s project on Principles of the Law of Nonprofit Organizations.

David Gerber has published two articles:

The “Modernisation” of European Community Competition Law: Achieving Consistency in Enforcement-Part I , 27 Eur. Competition L. Rev. 10 (2006).

The “Modernisation” of European Community Competition Law: Achieving Consistency in Enforcement-Part II , 27 Eur. Competition L. Rev. 51 (2006).

Timothy Holbrook’s article, The Expressive Impact of Patents, is forthcoming in ___ Wash. U. L. Rev. ___ (2007).

Professor Holbrook’s essay, The On-Sale Bar, is forthcoming in Intellectual Property and Information Wealth, (Yu, P., ed., Prager Publishing, 2006).

Martin Malin’s paper, The Legal and Administrative Context of Work and Family Leave and Related Policies in the USA, Canada and the European Union, has been published in Work-Life Balance: A Psychological Perspective (Fiona Jones et al., eds., Psychology Press, 2006).

Nancy Marder’s article, Bringing Jury Instructions into the Twenty-First Century, was published in 81 Notre Dame L. Rev. 449 (2006), as part of its symposium issue on Federal Practice and Procedure.

Her article, Justice Stevens, the Peremptory Challenge, and the Jury, was published in 74 Fordham L. Rev. 101 (2006) as part of its symposium issue on the Jurisprudence of Justice Stevens.

Professor Marder’s essay, Why “12 Angry Men?” was published in Screening Justice (Foster et al. eds. 2006), which includes a collection of essays on film and the law.

Kristen Osenga’s paper, Linguistics & Claim Construction will be published in 38 Rutgers L. J. (forthcoming, Fall 2006).

Carolyn Shapiro’s article, The Limits of the Olympian Court: Common Law Judging Versus Error Correction in the Supreme Court will be published in 63 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. ___ (2006).

Alex Tsesis has completed two encyclopedia entries that will be published in the Encyclopedia of Privacy for Greenwood Press. One entry was on the Declaration of Independence and the other on Justice William O. Douglas.

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