Lori Andrews wrote a chapter with Julie Burger, A Pound of Flesh: Patient Legal Action for Human Research Protections in the Biotech Age, in Impatient Voices: Patients as Policy Actors for U.S. Health Care, (Beatrix Hoffman, Rachael Grob and Mark Schlesinger, eds., Rutgers University Press, forthcoming 2011). In January 2012, Free Press, a division of Simon and Schuster, will publish her book creating a Constitution for social networks.
Kimberly Bailey‘s Response to Beth Richie’s Black Feminism, Gender Violence and the Build-Up of a Prison Nation, authored by invitation, will be published in a forthcoming 2001 symposium issue of Wash. U. J.L. & Pol’y.
Professor Bailey’s article Lost in Translation: Domestic Violence, the Personal Is Political, and the Criminal Justice System, published in 100 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 1255 (2010), will be reprinted in the 11th edition of Thomson Reuters Women and the Law (2011).
Steven Harris‘s article (with Prof. Charles W. Mooney, Jr.), Using First Principles of UCC Article 9 to Solve Statutory Puzzles in Receivables Financing, appeared in 46 Gonzaga L. Rev. 297 as part of a symposium commemorating the 10th anniversary of Revised Uniform Commercial Code Article 9.
The fifth edition of Professor Harris’s casebook (also with Prof. Mooney), Security Interests in Personal Property, was recently published by Foundation Press.
Finally, Professor Harris completed the annual supplement to The Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment (Cape Town Convention), which appears in Hawkland’s Uniform Commercial Code Series (Thomson West).
Harold Krent published Federal Power, Non-federal Actors: The Ramifications of Free Enterprise Fund, 79 Fordham L. Rev. 2425 (2011).
Nancy Marder revised a book chapter entitled Judging TV Reality Judges, which will be published in Law and Justice on the Small Screen, edited by Peter Robson and Jessica Silbey. The book will appear in print in 2012.
Professor Marder also researched and wrote a paper for an upcoming symposium on the twenty-fifth anniversary of Batson v. Kentucky, a peremptory challenge case. Her article, entitled Batson Revisited, will be published in the Iowa Law Review in 2012.
Professor Marder also published Two Weeks at the Old Bailey: Jury Lessons from England, 86 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 537 (2011), as well as An Introduction to Comparative Jury Systems, 86 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 453 (2011). Professor Marder served as the Symposium Editor for this symposium on Comparative Jury Systems, which contained ten articles by international jury scholars along with a Foreword by Judge Brian Barker, a judge at the Old Bailey in London.
Finally, Professor Marder also published a book chapter entitled Law, Literature & Feminism: Broadening the Canon with New Texts, which appeared in Teaching Law and Literature (Austin Sarat, Cathrine Frank & Matthew Anderson, eds., 2011).
Sheldon Nahmod finished the 2011 Update to his treatise, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Litigation: The Law of Section 1983 (4th ed.), as well as the 2011 Supplement to his casebook, Constitutional Torts (3rd ed.).
Henry Perritt‘s article, Cut in Tiny Pieces: Ensuring That Fragmented Ownership Does Not Chill Creativity, has been accepted by the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law.
David Rudstein‘s article, Re-Trying the Acquitted in England, Part III: Prosecution Appeals of Judges’ Rulings of No Case to Answer, was accepted for publication in the San Diego International Law Journal.
Also, the 2011 update to Professor Rudstein’s treatise, Criminal Constitutional Law (with Peter Erlinder & David Thomas), was published in June by LexisNexis.
Andrew Spalding‘s article, The Irony of International Business Law: U.S. Progressivism and China’s New Laissez Faire, will be published in the UCLA Law Review in December.
Joan Steinman‘s 2011 Pocket Parts to volumes 14B and 14C of Wright & Miller’s Federal Practice and Procedure were published in Spring 2011.
Dan Tarlock‘s article, Do Water Law and Policy Promote Sustainable Water Use, was published in Symposium, Rediscovering Sustainable Development Law, 28 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 642 (2011).