Bartram Brown has published an article, Intervention, Self-Determination, Democracy and the Residual Responsibilities of the Occupying Power In Iraq, 11 U.C. Davis J. Int’l L. & Pol’y 23 (2004).
Professor Brown has an article in the recently published Chicago-Kent Law Review issue containing articles from the Symposium on Final Status for Kosovo:
Human Rights, Sovereignty and the Final Status of Kosovo, 80 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 235 (2005).
This summer, Professor Brown completed a manuscript entitled Depoliticizing International Criminal Law which will be published by Transnational Publishers as a chapter in a book celebrating the career of M. Cherif Bassiouni.
Graeme Dinwoodie has published the 2005 supplement for his casebook, Trademarks and Unfair Competition Law and Policy (with Mark Janis).
Professor Dinwoodie has published two chapters:
Conflicts and International Copyright Litigation: the Role of International Norms, in Intellectual Property in the Conflict of Laws 195 (Basedow, Drexl, Kur and Metzger eds., 2005).
WTO Dispute Resolution and The Preservation of The Public Domain of Science Under International Law, in International Public Goods and Transfer of Technology Under a Globalized Intellectual Property Regime (Maskus and Reichman eds., 2005) (Cambridge Univ. Press) (with Rochelle Dreyfuss).
He has two forthcoming chapters:
The Story of Kellogg v. National Biscuit Company: Breakfast with Brandeis, in Intellectual Property Stories (Dreyfuss and Ginsburg eds.) (forthcoming 2005).
Patenting Science: Protecting the Domain of Accessible Knowledge, in The Future of The Public Domain (Guibault and Hugenholtz eds.) (forthcoming 2005)(with Rochelle Dreyfuss).
Timothy Holbrook has published his article, Substantive Versus Process-Based Claim Construction, 9 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 123 (2005).”
Nancy Marder has published two law review articles:
The Medical Malpractice Debate: The Jury as Scapegoat, 38 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 101 (2005) (symposium issue).
Cyberjuries: The Next New Thing?, 14 Info. & Comm. Tech. L. 83 (2005) (symposium issue).
Professor Marder contributed an article, The Jury, to Encyclopedia of Law & Society (2005). She participated in a panel discussion published as The New ABA Jury Trial Standards: “Innovations” Go Mainstream?, 85 Judicature 291 (2005).
Her book review Teaching Through Stories, is forthcoming in ___ J. Legal Educ. ___ (2005) (reviewing Kevin M. Clermont, Civil Procedure Stories, Foundation Press, 2004).
Her book chapter, Why “12 Angry Men?” The Transformative Power of Jury Deliberations, will be published in Screening Justice (Foster, Green & Strickland eds., W.S. Hein & Co., 2006).
Sheldon Nahmod’s article, The Pledge as Sacred Political Ritual, has now been published in 13 Wm & Mary Bill Rts J. 771 (2005). The 2005 update to his treatise, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Litigation: The Law of Section 1983 (4th ed., West Group, 1997) was submitted to the publisher.
David Rudstein just submitted the manuscript for the 2005 Update to his 3-volume treatise, Criminal Constitutional Law (with Erlinder and Thomas). It will be published in November 2005.
Professor Rudstein’s article, A Brief History of the Fifth Amendment Guarantee Against Double Jeopardy, has been accepted for publication in the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal and will appear in Volume 14, No. 1, of that journal.
His article, Belton Redux: Re-evaluating Belton’s Per Se Rule Governing the Search of an Automobile Incident to an Arrest, will appear in Vol. 40, Number 4, of the Wake Forest L. Rev.
Jeffrey Sherman has published his article, Law’s Lunacy: W.S. Gilbert and His Deus ex Lege, 83 Or. L. Rev. 1035 (2004).
Dan Tarlock has published a chapter, The Story of Calvert Cliffs, in Environmental Law Stories (Foundation Press, 2005).
Professor Tarlock has also published an article, The Law of Later Developing Riparian States: The Case of Afghanistan 12 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 711 (2005) (with Charles McMurray, J.D. Chicago-Kent, 2004).
Alex Tsesis has published Understanding Destructive Messages, 7 Harv. Latino L. Rev. 141 (2005) (essay by invitation).