Lori Andrews has several recent articles and chapters:
Constructing Ethical Guidelines for Biohistory, 304 Science 215-216 (April 9, 2004).
“Legislators as Lobbyists: Proposed State Regulation of Embryonic Stem Cell Research, Therapeutic Cloning, and Reproductive Cloning”, in Monitoring Stem Cell Research: A Report of the President’s Council on Bioethics, 199-224 (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 2004).
“Mom, Dad, Clone: Implications for Reproductive Privacy,” in Reproductive Technologies: Readings in Bioethics, (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2004, edited by Thomas A. Shannon).
Evelyn Brody published her article, Whose Public?: Parochialism and Paternalism in State Charity Law Enforcement, 79 Ind. L. J. 937 (2004).
Bartram Brown published an article, Barely Borders: Issues of International Law, in 26 Harv. Int’l Rev. 52 (Spring 2004),a symposium issue on “Interventionism: Policing The World.”
Professor Brown’s article Human Rights, Sovereignty and the Final Status of Kosovo, will be published later in 2004 by the Chicago-Kent Law Review. Professor Brown’s paper, Balancing the Duties of the Occupying Power with Regard to Peace and Justice,” will be published in early 2005 by the University of California Davis Journal of International Law and Policy.
Graeme Dinwoodie published his casebook, Trademarks and Unfair Competition: Law and Policy (Aspen Law Publishing, 2004) (with Mark Janis).
Professor Dinwoodie also published several articles: The Seventh Annual Honorable Helen Wilson Nies Memorial Lecture on Intellectual Property Law: The Trademark Jurisprudence of the Rehnquist Court, 8 Marq. Intell. Prop. L. Rev. 187 (2004).
International Intellectual Property Law and the Public Domain of Science, 7 J. Int’l Econ. L. 431 (2004) (with Rochelle Dreyfuss).
Private Ordering and the Creation of International Copyright Norms: The Role of Public Structuring, 160 J. Instit. and Theoretical Econ. 161 (2004).
Suzanne Ehrenberg recently published her article, Embracing the Writing-Centered Legal Process, 89 Iowa L. Rev. 1159 (2004).
Richard J. Gonzalez published his article, Depositions in the Age of Summary Judgment, 40 Trial 20 (August 2004). The article describes deposition techniques which address changes in employment discrimination litigation.
Nancy Marder completed her book, Jury Process, which will be published by Foundation Press in Spring 2005.
Sheldon Nahmod has published the 2004 Update to his two-volume treatise, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Litigation: The Law of Section 1983, 4th ed. (West Group, 1997, 2004). His casebook (with Wells and Eaton), Constitutional Torts (2nd ed. 2004) and an accompanying teacher’s manual, was published by LexisNexis.
Professor Nahmod’s article, Private Party Defenses to Section 1983 Liability, is forthcoming in Cardozo Law Review. His article, The Pledge as Sacred Political Ritual, is currently under consideration for publication by various law reviews.
Michael S. Pardo has a forthcoming article, The Field of Evidence and the Field of Knowledge, __ Law and Phil. __ (forthcoming 2005).
Henry Perritt has published two articles: Economic Sustainability and Final Status for Kosovo, 25 U. Pa. J. Int’l Econ. L. 259 (2004) and Structures and Standards for Political Trusteeship, 8 UCLA J. Int’l L. & For. Aff. 385 (2003). Structures and Standards synthesizes benchmarks for successful international intervention, drawing on experiences in Bosnia, Kosovo, East Timor, Afghanistan and Iraq.
Professor Perritt has two forthcoming articles. Iraq and the Future of United States Foreign Policy: Failures of Legitimacy, 31 Syracuse J. Int’l L. & Com. ___ (forthcoming, Fall 2004) and Providing Judicial Review for Decisions by Political Trustees, has been accepted by the Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law.
Mark Rosen has a forthcoming article, The Surprisingly Strong Case for Tailoring Constitutional Principles, 153 U. Pa. L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming Spring 2005).
Professor Rosen also has two recently published articles: Exporting the Constitution, 53 Emory Las . J. 172 (2004) and Should “Un-American” Foreign Judgments Be Enforced?, 88 Minn. L. Rev. 783 (2004).
In Search of the Peaceable Kingdom (a book review) will be published in 20 Const. Comm.___ (forthcoming, 2004) (reviewing Carol Weisbrod, Emblems of Pluralism). Professor Rosen also published a short symposium contribution, Do Codification and Private International Law Leave Room for a New Law Merchant? 5 Chicago J. Int’l L. 83 (2004)
Jeffrey Sherman is expanding his research and teaching interests into the field of Law and Literature. He has recently published A Tax Teacher Tries Law and (Dramatic) Literature, 37 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 255 (2004), and his article, Law’s Lunacy: W.S. Gilbert and His Deus ex Lege has been accepted for publication in the Oregon Law Review.
Joan Steinman published Shining a Light in a Dim Corner: Standing to Appeal and the Right to Defend a Judgment in the Federal Courts, as the lead article in 38 Ga. L. Rev. 813 (2004). The sequel, Irregulars: The Appellate Rights of Persons who are Not Full-Fledged Parties, will be published in 39 Ga. L. Rev. ___. Professor Steinman also authored the 2004 Pocket Parts for two volumes of the Wright & Miller treatise, Federal Practice and Procedure, and is working on the 2005 Pocket Parts.
Dan Tarlock published Water Law Reform in West Virginia: The Broader Context, 106 W. Va. L. Rev. 495 (2004) and Is There a There There in Environmental Law?, 19 Fla. St. J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 213 (2004). Both of these articles are the published versions of endowed lectures delivered in October, 2003.
Alex Tsesis’s recent article, Furthering American Freedom: Civil Rights & the Thirteenth Amendment, 45 B. C. L. Rev. 307 (2004), will be reprinted in Civil Rights Litigation and Attorney Fees Annual Handbook (Steven Saltzman ed., forthcoming Dec. 2004).