Publications – February 2005

Lori Andrews has published her book chapter, The Body as Property in the Biotech Era, in Identity in a Digital Age (Berlin, Germany: Bundes Druckerei, 2004).

Her article on genetic research on the Havasupai has been published, Havasupai Tribe Sues Genetic Researchers, 4 L. & Bioethics Rep. 10-11 (2004).

Professor Andrews has an article on gene patents forthcoming in the Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law & Ethics.

Graeme Dinwoodie has now published his article, Trademarks and Territory: Detaching Trademark Law From the Nation-State, 41 Hous. L. Rev. 885 (2004) (symposium issue).

Professor Dinwoodie has three chapters in forthcoming books:

Patenting Science: Protecting the Domain of Accessible Knowledge, in Commodification of Information: The Future of the Public Domain (Hugenholtz and Guibault eds., 2005) (with Rochelle Dreyfuss).

The Rational Limits of Trademark Law (plus 2005 Postscript), in U.S. Intellectual Property: Law and Policy (Hugh Hansen ed., 2005).

Kellogg v. National Biscuit Company: Over-use, Misused, and Under-Used, in Intellectual Property Stories (Dreyfuss and Ginsburg eds., 2005).

Howard Eglit has published his book, Elders on Trial: Age and Ageism in the American Legal System (University Press of Florida, 2004).

Claire Hill has had her paper, “Regulating the Rating Agencies” selected for inclusion in the Securities Law Review, a book published annually with the best articles in the field, as determined by the editor.

Harold Krent has published his book, Presidential Powers (New York University Press, 2005).

Laurie Leader’s article, (with Melissa Burger) Let’s Get a Vision: Drafting Effective Arbitration Agreements in Employment and Effecting Other Safeguards to Insure Access to Justice, was published in Vol. 8, No. 1 of the Employee Rights and Employment Pol’y J. (2004).

Martin Malin’s article, What a Mess! The FMLA, Collective Bargaining and Attendance Control Plans, (coauthored with arbitrator Jeanne Vonhof) was published in the Fall 2004 issue of the Ill. Pub. Emp. Rel. Rep.

Nancy Marder’s book, The Jury Process (Foundation Press, 2005), has been published.

Her article, The Medical Malpractice Debate: The Jury as Scapegoat, is forthcoming in ___ Loy. L.A. L. Rev. ___ (2005) (symposium issue).  Her review, Teaching Through Stories, is forthcoming in ___ J. Legal Educ. ___ (2005).

Professor Marder’s essay, The Jury as a ‘Free School’ for Democracy, also is forthcoming in ___ Insights on L. & Soc’y ___ (2005), a magazine published by the American Bar Association for high school teachers. With this essay, Professor Marder hopes to reach a broader audience, who will in turn teach high school students about the importance of the American jury system.

Terry McElwee has a forthcoming book, Licensing Intellectual Property, (with J. Dratler, F. Hammersley, J. McManus, K. Port, & B. Wrigley) Carolina Academic Press, 2nd ed, forthcoming May 2005. Professor McElwee is Associate University Counsel at University of Illinois-Chicago and is teaching classes as an Adjunct Professor at Chicago-Kent.

Sheldon Nahmod has published his article, The Emerging Section 1983 Private Party Defense, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 81 (2004).

David Rudstein has publiswrohed his book, Double Jeopardy: A Reference Guide to the United States Constitution (Praeger Publishers, 2004). It is part of a 37-volume series on the United States Constitution.

The 2004 update to Professor Rudstein’s 3-volume treatise on Criminal Constitutional Law (with C. Peter Erlinder & David Thomas) was published in November by Matthew Bender & Co. C. Peter Erlinder, a graduate of Chicago-Kent, is now a Professor of Law at William Mitchell College of Law and David Thomas is a member of the faculty at Chicago-Kent.

Alex Tsesis has published his second book, The Thirteenth Amendment and American Freedom: A Legal History (New York University Press, 2004).

His article, Furthering American Freedom: Civil Rights & the Thirteenth Amendment, 45 B.C. L. Rev. 307 (2004) was reprinted in Civil Rights Litigation and Attorney Fees Annual Handbook (Steven Saltzman ed., Thomson Publishing, 2004).

Professor Tsesis has accepted an offer to publish a book review for the Harvard Latino Law Review.

Richard Warner’s article, Privacy and Identity: The Impact of Surveillance on the Self, is forthcoming at ___ DePaul L. Rev. ___.

Richard Wright’s article, Causation, Responsibility, Risk, Probability, Naked Statistics, and Proof: Pruning the Bramble Bush by Clarifying the Concepts, 73 Iowa L. Rev. 1001 (1988), has been translated into Italian in Federico Stella, I Saperi del Giudice (Judge’s Knowledge) (2004).

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