Fred Bosselman’s book, The Role of Customary Law in Sustainable Development, was published by Cambridge University Press in January 2006 (with co-authors Peter Orebech, Jes Bjarup, David Callies, Martin Chanock, and Hanne Peterson).
Professor Bosselman’s casebook, Energy, Economics and the Environment, 2d ed., was published by Foundation Press in December 2005 (with co-authors Jim Rossi and Jacqueline Weaver).
Professor Bosselman’s article, Is Big LULU back in town? The Revitalization of Nuclear Power, was published in Planning and Environmental Law in Fall 2005.
Evelyn Brody’s article, The Charity in Bankruptcy and Ghosts of Donations Past, Present, and Future, was published in 29 Seton Hall Legis. J. 471 (2005) (Symposium Issue on Bankruptcy in the Religious Nonprofit Context).
Her article, Nonprofit Organizations, Payments in Lieu of Taxes (“PILOTs”), was published in Encyclopedia of Taxation and Tax Policy (Joseph J. Cordes, Robert Ebel & Jane Gravelle, eds., 2d. ed., Urban Institute Press, 2005).
Steven Harris’s casebook, Security Interests in Personal Property, 4th ed., was published by Foundation Press in December 2005 (with co-authors John Honnold and Charles Mooney).
Timothy Holbrook’s article, The Intent Element of Induced Infringement, is forthcoming in ___ Santa Clara Computer & High Tech. L.J. ___ (2006).
Harold Krent’s article, The Continuity Principle, Administrative Constraint, and the Fourth Amendment,” was published in 81 Notre Dame L. Rev. (2005).
Martin Malin’s article, The Evolving Role of the Labor Arbitrator, was published in 21 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 119 (2005) (co-authored with Jeanne Vonhof).
Nancy Marder’s book review, Teaching Civil Procedure Stories (reviewing Civil Procedure Stories, Kevin Clermont, ed., Foundation Press 2004) was published in 55 J. Legal Educ. 138 (2005).
David Rudstein’s article, Belton Redux: Reevaluating Belton’ s Per Se Rule Governing the Search of an Automobile Incident to an Arrest, was published in 40 Wake Forest L. Rev. 1287 (2005).
The Supreme Court of New Jersey recently cited his earlier Belton article, The Search of an Automobile Incident to an Arrest: An Analysis of New York v. Belton, 67 Marq. L. Rev. 205 (1984), in rejecting the Belton rule as a matter of state constitutional law. See State v. Eckel, 888 A.2d 1266 (N.J. 2006).
Professor Rudstein’s article, A Brief History of the Fifth Amendment Guarantee Against Double Jeopardy, is scheduled for publication in February 2006 in the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal.
The 2006 update to Professor Rudstein’s treatise, Criminal Constitutional Law was published by Matthew Bender in December 2005 (with co-authors Peter Erlinder & David Thomas).
Jeffrey Sherman’s article Prenuptial Agreements: A New Reason to Revive an Old Rule was just published in 53 Clev. St. L. Rev. 359 (2005-2006).
Joan Steinman’s casebook, Appellate Courts: Structures, Functions, Processes, and Personnel, 2d ed., (with co-authors Daniel J. Meador and Thomas E. Baker) and a Teachers’ Manual prepared by Professor Steinman and her co-authors are scheduled for publication in March 2006.
The 2006 Pocket Parts to the Wright & Miller Federal Practice & Procedure treatise, which Professor Steinman prepared for Volumes 14B and C, are scheduled for publication in April 2006.