Bernadette Atuahene has published her articles, Property Rights and the Demands of Transformation, 31 Mich. J. Int’l L. 765 (2010) and Property and Transitional Justice, UCLA L. Rev. Disc. (2010).
Evelyn Brody has published two articles:
Respecting Foundation and Charity Autonomy: How Public Is Private Philanthropy?, 85 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 571 (2010) (Symposium on the Law of Philanthropy in the Twenty-First Century)(with John Tyler).
All Charities Are Property-Tax Exempt, But Some Charities Are More Exempt than Others, 44 New Eng. L. Rev. 621 (Symposium Issue on Nonprofit Endowments and Payments in Lieu of Taxes) (2010).
Professor Brody has published her chapter, The Board of Nonprofit Organizations: Puzzling Through the Gaps Between Law and Practice: A View from the United States, in Comparative Corporate Governance of Non-Profit Organizations (Klaus Hopt and Thomas von Hippel, eds. Cambridge Univ. Press 2010).
Christopher Buccafusco has three forthcoming articles:
The Creativity Effect, __ U. Chi. L. Rev.___ (forthcoming 2011) (with Christopher Sprigman).
Retribution and the Experience of Punishment, ___Calif. L. Rev.___ (forthcoming 2010) (with John Bronsteen and Jonathan Masur).
Valuing Intellectual Property: An Experiment, Cornell L. Rev.(forthcoming 2010) (with Christopher Sprigman).
Robert Knowles’s invited contribution to the National Security Forum, Geopolitics and National Security Law, has just been published, ___ Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. ___ Review.
Edward Lee has published his article, Technological Fair Use in the University of 83 S. Cal. L. Rev.___ (May 2010).
Martin Malin has published two articles:
The Evolving Schizophrenic Nature of Labor Arbitration, 2010 J. Dispute Resol. 57 (2010) (invited contribution to symposium).
The Canadian Auto Workers – Magna International, Inc. Framework of Fairness Agreement: A U.S. Perspective, 54 St. Louis U. L.J. 525 (2010) (invited contribution to special issue).
Professor Malin has completed work on the manuscript for the second edition of Public Sector Employment: Cases and Materials and submitted it to Thomson West. Publication is expected in time for use in spring 2011 classes.
Nancy Marder’s Meeting Justice Stevens, which is a book review of Bill Barnhart and Gene Schlickman’s John Paul Stevens: An Independent Life, has been published in Judicature, July-August 2010, at 34. Professor Marder also published Three Lessons Learned as part of Reminiscences of Justice Stevens by His Law Clerks in Judicature, July-August 2010.
Professor Marder wrote another reminiscence of her two-year clerkship with Justice Stevens, entitled Two Lasting Impressions, which will appear in the Chicago Bar Association Record (August-September 2010).
Nancy Marder’s Answering Jurors’ Questions: Next Steps in Illinois was published in 41 Loy. U. Chi. L. J. 727 (2010) (Illinois Judicial Symposium).
Henry Perritt’s article, Music Markets and Mythologies, was published in 9 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 831 (2010).
Professor Perritt’s article, New Business Models for Music, will be published in the fall 2010 issue of Villa. Sports & Ent. L.J.
The third edition of his book, Internet law, Digital Communications Law (formerly Law and the Information Superhighway) will be published this fall by Wolters Kluwer.
Christopher Schmidt has two forthcoming articles:
Conceptions of Law in the Civil Rights Movement will be published in the inaugural volume of the UC-Irvine Law Review.
Oral Dissenting in the Supreme Court (co-authored with Carolyn Shapiro) will be published in the William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal.
Christopher Seaman has two forthcoming articles:
Reconsidering the Georgia-Pacific Standard for Reasonable Royalty Damages for Patent Infringement, 2010 BYU L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming fall/winter 2010).
An Uncertain Future for Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act: The Need for a Revised Bailout System, St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. (forthcoming spring 2011). This paper was presented at a symposium entitled Voting 45 Years After the Voting Rights Act at Saint Louis University Law School in March 2010.
Ronald Staudt has published his article, All the Wild Possibiities: Technology That Attacks Barriers to Access to Justice, 42 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 1117 (2009).
Dan Tarlock has published the 2010 update to his treatise, Law of Water Rights and Resources.
He has published a chapter, The Non-Discrimination Principle in United States and International Environmental Law, in Septiemes Journees D’Etudes Du Pole Jean Monet, 27, 28 et 29 Novembre 2006, Le Principe de Non-Discrimination Face Aux Inegalities de Traitment Entre Les Personnes dans L’Union Europeenne 660 (Laurence Potvin-Solis ed. 2010).
Professor Tarlock has published three articles:
Addressing Climate Change at the State and Local Level: Using Land Controls to Reduce Automobile Emissions, Sustainability available at http://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/2/6/1742/ (with Rachel Medina, Chicago-Kent Class of 2008).
Reframing the Water Security Dialogue, 20 J. Water L. 53 (2010) (with Patricia Wouters).
Introduction: Environmental Law Now and Then, 32 Wash. U. J. L. & Pol’y 1 (2010) (Symposium: New Directions in Environmental Law).
Professor Tarlock had an Op-Ed piece on the Gulf Oil Spill in Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, June 3, 2010.
Ozan Varol has a forthcoming article: Strict in Theory, But Accommodating in Fact?, 75 Mo. L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2010).