Kimberly Bailey’s article, Lost in Translation: Domestic Violence, ‘The Personal is Political,’ and the Criminal Justice System, was published in 100 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 1255 (2010).
Fred Bosselman wrote the introduction for the Chicago-Kent Law Review symposim issue on Energy Law, which has now been published. Professor Bosselman also has an article in the Energy Law symposium issue,Green Diesel: Finding a Place for Algae Oil, 86 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 291 (2011).
Professor Bosselman’s article, The Future of Electricity Infrastructure, is forthcoming in Urban Lawyer.
Professor Bosselman has a chapter, The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner: Nuclear Power in the Twenty-First Century in Climate Change: A Reader (W. Rodgers, ed., Carolina Academic Press, forthcoming May 2011).
Christopher Buccafusco’s article Making Sense of Intellectual Property Law will be published in 97 Cornell L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2012).
Philip Hablutzel’s new chapter, Dissociation, Mandatory Liquidation or Mandatory Buyouts of Partnerships, in the revised practice manual, Illinois Business Law: LLCs and Partnerships, was published by IICLE in January 2011.
Steven Heyman has published his article, The Dark Side of the Force: The Legacy of Justice Holmes for First Amendment Jurisprudence, 19 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 661 (2011).
Sheldon Nahmod has published his article, Justice Souter on Government Speech, 2010 BYU L. Rev. 2097 (2010).
Henry Perritt has published two articles:
New Business Models for Music, 18 Vill. Sports & Ent. L. J. 63 (2011).
Technologies of Storytelling: New Models for Movies, 10 Va. Sports & Ent. L. J. 106 (2010).
David Rudstein’s article Re-Trying the Acquitted in England, Part III: Prosecution Appeals Against Judges’ Rulings of “No Case to Answer,” was accepted for publication in the San Diego International Law Journal.
Christopher Schmidt’s article, Popular Constitutionalism on the Right: Lessons from the Tea Party, is forthcoming in 88 Denv. U. L. Rev. ___ (2011).
He also has book reviews published or forthcoming in Law and History Review, Alabama Review, and Continuity and Change.
David Schwartz’s book review of David Hricik, Patent Ethics: Litigation was published, 1 IP L. Book Rev. 93 (2011).
Professor Schwartz’s article, Legal Scholarship and the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit: An Empirical Study of a National Court has been accepted for publication, 26 Berkeley Tech. L.J. ___ (forthcoming 2012) (with Lee Petherbridge).
Christopher Seaman’s article Reconsidering the Georgia-Pacific Standard for Reasonable Royalty Patent Damages, was recently published, 2010 BYU L. Rev. 1661 (2010).
Professor Seaman’s article Willful Patent Infringement and Enhanced Damages After In re Seagate: An Empirical Study, has been accepted for publication, 97 Iowa L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2011).
Andrew Spalding’s article, The Irony of International Business Law, was accepted for publication by theUCLA Law Review.
Ronald Staudt has published his chapter, Apps 4 Justice: Technology and Access to Justice, in Educating the Digital Lawyer (Oliver Goodenough and Marc Lauritsen, eds., Berkman Center at Harvard University, 2011).
Professor Staudt has also published a White Paper, The Emergence of Knowledge Analysis, Change and Knowledge Management in Large Law Firms (LexisNexis, 2010.)
Joan Steinman’s 2011 Pocket Parts to volumes 14B and 14C of Wright & Miller’s Federal Practice and Procedure will be published in spring 2011.
Stephanie Stern’s article, Reassessing the Citizenship Virtue of Homeownership, will be published in 100Colum. L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2011).
Professor Stern’s article, Smart-Grid: Technology and the Psychology of Environmental Behavior Change, has been published in 86 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 139 (2011).
Dan Tarlock has published three articles:
Water Demand and Energy Production in a Time of Climate Change, 5 Envtl. & Energy L. & Pol’y J. 325 (2010).
The Legal-Political Barriers to Ramping Up Hydro, Symposium on Energy Law, 86 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 259 (2011).
White Paper, Making Good Use of Adaptive Management (Center for Progressive Reform, Washington, DC, 2011) (with Holly Doremus et al.).
Ozan Varol has published Strict in Theory, But Accommodating in Fact?, 75 Mo. L. Rev. 1243 (2010).
Professor Varol also has a forthcoming article, Can Originalism Undermine Judicial Independence?: The Comparative Anatomy of a Successful Court-Packing Plan, 45 Vand. J.Transnat’l L. ___ (forthcoming Nov. 2011).
Richard Warner has a forthcoming article, Vulnerable Software: Product-Risk Norms and the Problem of Unauthorized Access, ___ U. Ill. J. Tech. L. & Pol’y ___ (forthcoming 2012) (with Robert Sloan).
Richard Wright has completed final edits on three forthcoming chapters:
Private Nuisance Law: A Window on Substantive Justice, in Rights and Private Law (Donal Nolan and Andrew Robertson eds., Hart Publishing, 2011).
Proving Causation: Probability Versus Belief is ch. 10 and The NESS Account of Natural Causation: A Response to Criticisms is ch. 14 in Perspectives on Causation (Richard Goldberg ed., Hart Publishing, 2011).
Professor Wright has several other forthcoming articles:
Coherent Realism in Law and Philosophy, in Symposium, Michael Moore’s Causation and Responsibility, 2Jurisprudence ___ (2011), and
Introductions (with Ken Oliphant) to the Symposiums on Medical Malpractice and Compensation in Global Perspective, in issues 86:3 and 87:1 of the Chicago-Kent Law Review.