Bernadette Atuahene’s article, Things Fall Apart: The Illegitimacy of Property Rights in the Context of Past Theft, was accepted by Arizona Law Journal.
Kimberly Bailey’s article, The Aftermath of Crawford and Davis: Deconstructing the Sound of Silence, was published in 2009 BYU L. Rev. 1
William Birdthistle‘s article, Pecuniary Pragmatism: A Behavioral Approach to Investing has been accepted by The University of Illinois Law Review for publication in January 2010.
Fred Bosselman has a forthcoming chapter, a forthcoming article, and two published articles:
Overcoming the Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner: Nuclear Power for 2020, in Climate Change: A Reader (William Rodgers, ed., Carolina Academic Press, forthcoming Augest 2009).
Swamp Swaps: The Second Nature of Wetlands is forthcoming in the September 2009 issue of Environmental Law.
Preparing for a Bull Market in Wetlands, 61 Plan. & Envtl. L. 3 (February 2009).
Resolving the Spent Fuel Issue for New Nuclear Power Plants, 35 Ecology Currents 13 (2008).
Evelyn Brody has published her chapter, Business Activities of Nonprofit Organizations: Legal Boundary Problems, in Nonprofits and Business 83-127 (C. Eugene Steuerle & Joseph J. Cordes, eds., Urban Institute Press 2009).
Martin Malin’s book, Labor Law in the Contemporary Workplace (with Dau-Schmidt, Corrada, Cameron & Fisk) was just published by Thomson/West.
Nancy Marder has a forthcoming article, Jurors in Illinois Should Have the Right to Submit Questions to be Answered by Witnesses, Chicago Bar Association Record (with Bruce R. Pfaff and John M. Stalmack) (forthcoming May 2009).
Dan Tarlock has published his book chapter, Biodiversity Conservation: An Unrealized Aspiration (with Andrew Zabel), in Agenda for a Sustainable America (John Dernbach ed., Environmental Law Institute, 2009).
Richard Wright’s often-cited article, Causation in Tort Law, 73 Cal. L. Rev. 1737 (1985), which previously was reprinted in The International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory, Tort Law (Dartmouth Publishing Co., Aldershot, England 1991), will be reprinted in a new 4 volume set on Causality as part of the SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods (SAGE Publications, Ltd., London, England 2009).