Kari Aamont’s article, Integrated Research Training: A Guide For the Wary, has now been published in the Winter 2007 edition of Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing (with Suzanne Ehrenberg).
Lori Andrews’s second novel, The Silent Assassin, is due to be published in May 2007. The paperback edition of Sequence, her first novel, has just been released.
The Journal of Life Sciences featured an article by Professor Andrews, Patenting Life, in its inaugural issue which will be published in May 2007.
William Birdthistle published an op-ed in the Chicago Tribune on March 16, 2007, entitled An Irish Freshman Adapts to Dorm Life.
Professor Birdthistle’s review of Hisham Matar’s debut novel, In the Country of Men, was published in the Wall Street Journal on March 16, 2007. His article in the Green Bag has now been published: Football Most Foul, 10 Green Bag 2d 159 (2007).
Fred Bosselman’s article, The Ecological Advantages of Nuclear Power, has now been published at 15 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 1.
Graeme Dinwoodie’s book, Trademark and Unfair Competition: Law and Policy (2d ed., Aspen 2007) will be published in June (with Mark Janis).
Professor Dinwoodie’s articles include:
Confusion Over Use: Contextualism in Trademark Law, 92 Iowa L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2007) (with Mark Janis).
Allowing Trademark Law to Evolve, 92 Iowa L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2007) (with Mark Janis).
Copyright Lawmaking Authority: An (Inter)nationalist Perspective on The Treaty Clause, 30 Colum. J.L. & Arts ___ (forthcoming 2007) (symposium issue).
A Reverse Notice and Takedown Regime To Enable Fair Uses of Technically Protected Copyrighted Works, ___ Berkeley Tech. L.J. ___ (forthcoming 2007) (with Jerome Reichman and Pamela Samuelson).
The WIPO Copyright Treaties: A Transition to the Future of International Copyright Lawmaking?, 57 Case W. Res. L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2007) (symposium issue).
Diversifying Without Discriminating: Complying with the Mandates of the TRIPS Agreement, 13 Mich. Telecomm. & Tech. L. Rev. 445 (2007) (with Rochelle Dreyfuss) (symposium issue).
Professor Dinwoodie has several chapters in books forthcoming in 2007:
Foreign and International Influences on National Copyright Policy: a Surprisingly Rich Picture, in New Directions in Copyright Law (Fiona McMillan ed., Edward Elgar Publishing).
What Linguistics Can Do For Trademark Law, in Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Trade Marks (Jane Ginsburg, Lionel Bently and Jennifer Davis eds.) (Cambridge Univ. Press).
The International Intellectual Property System: Treaties, Norms, National Courts and Private Ordering in Intellectual Property, Trade and Development: Normative and Institutional Aspects (Daniel Gervais ed., Oxford Univ. Press).
Dan Hamilton recently published a review of Stuart Streichler, Justice Curtis in the Civil War Era: At the Crossroads of American Constitutionalism, 73 J. S. Hist. 190 (2007).
Steven Harris’s article, Choosing the Law Governing Security Interests in International Bankruptcies, will appear in the Brooklyn International Law Journal‘s symposium issue on Bankruptcy in the Global Village: The Second Decade.
Timothy Holbrook has published his article, Obviousness in Patent Law and the Motivation to Combine: A Presumption-Based Approach, Wash. U. L. Rev. Slip Opinions, Mar. 2007, http://washulrev.blogspot.com/2007/03/obviousness-in-patent-law-and.html. Slip Opinions is an online supplement to the law review.
Harold Krent published an op-ed in Legal Times on April 16, 2007, entitled Alberto Gonzales Should Have Learned a Thing or Two from President Cleveland, 30 Legal Times 70 (2007). Dean Krent compares the recent firings of eight U.S. attorneys with a Senate challenge to President Grover Cleveland’s dismissal of a federal district attorney in the 1880s. President Cleveland insisted on his constitutional power of removal and the Senate backed down.
Martin Malin’s paper from the Due Process Conference, “Due Process in Employment Arbitration: The State of the Law and the Need for Self Regulation” will be published in 11 Emp. Rts & Emp. Pol’y J. ___ (forthcoming 2007).
Nancy Marder’s entry “Juries” for the Encyclopedia of Law and Society: American and Global Perspectives will appear in print in June 2007.
Sheldon Nahmod’s article, Public Employee Speech: A Critique of Garcetti v. Ceballos, will be published in the January 2008 issue of the University of Richmond Law Review.
Jean-Luc Piotraut’s most recent book, La Propriete Intellectuelle en Droit International et Compare, has just been published in France by Tec & Doc – Lavoisier. Professor Piotraut notes that, although the book is in French, the title translates to “International and Comparative Intellectual Property Law.” It focuses on French, German, British and American IP law.
Joan Steinman’s 2007 Supplement to Volume 14B, and 2007 Pocket Part to Volume 14C of the Wright & Miller Federal Practice and Procedure treatise was published in April 2007.
Professor Steinman served as a breakout session Reporter and provided information for Arthur D. Hellman, The View from the Trenches: A Report on the Breakout Sessions at the 2005 National Conference on Appellate Justice, recently published in 8 J. App. Prac. & Process 141 (2006).
Dan Tarlock has published the fifth edition of Environmental Protection: Law and Policy (Aspen 2007) (with Glicksman, Markell, Buzbee, and Mandelker).