Publications – February 2009

Lori Andrews has published her chapter, Making Art, Making Policy in Imagining Science: Art, Science, and Social Change (Sean Caulfield and Timothy Caulfield eds., The University of Alberta Press, 2008). The book won an award in the “Scholarly and Professional” category in the 2009 New York Book Show.

William Birdthistle’s article The Fortunes and Foibles of Exchange-Traded Funds: A Positive Market Response to the Problems of Mutual Funds, 33 Del. J. Corp. L. 69 (2008) has been selected for inclusion in Securities Law Review, an anthology of the top ten outstanding securities law articles of 2008 edited by Professor Donald Langevoort, Georgetown University Law Center.

Professor Birdthistle published a book review in the Wall Street Journal on January 2, 2009, entitled Behind the Green Veil, reviewing Richard Tillinghast’s Finding Ireland.

Harold Krent has published a chapter, Regulating Data Stored Online in the United States, in When Worlds Collide: Intellectual Property, High Technology and the Law (Kluwer 2008).

Martin Malin has published his article, Do Cognitive Biases Infect Adjudication? A Study of Labor Arbitrators, 11 Penn. J. Bus. L. 175 (2008) (with M. Biernat) (supported by a grant from the National Academy of Arbitrators Research & Education Foundation).

Sheldon Nahmod’s 2008 Update of his treatise, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Litigation: The Law of Section 1983 (4th ed. Thomson/West 1997) was published in October 2008.

Professor Nahmod’s article, Academic Freedom and the Post-Garcetti Blues, was published in the 7 First Amendment L. Rev. 54 (2008). (University of North Carolina, School of Law).

Henry Perritt’s second book about Kosovo, The Road to Independence for Kosovo: A Chronicle of the Ahtisaari Plan, has been accepted for publication by Cambridge University Press.

César F. Rosado Marzán has a forthcoming article, Pirates of the Caribbean: The SEIU’s Failed Bid in Puerto Rico, in WorkingUSA: The Journal of Labor and Society (forthcoming 2009).

David Rudstein’s 2009 update to his 3-volume treatise, Criminal Constitutional Law (with C.P. Erlander and D. Thomas) was published in December 2008 by Matthew Bender & Co.

Joan Steinman has submitted revised volumes 14B and 14C of the Wright & Miller Federal Practice and Procedure treatise.

Professor Steinman’s article, Claims, Civil Actions, Congress & the Court: Limiting the Reasoning of Cases Construing Poorly Drawn Statutes, was published by 65 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 1593 (2008).

Richard Wright’s article, Liability for Possible Wrongs: Causation, Statistical Probability, and the Burden of Proof, has been published in the Symposium on The Frontiers of Tort Liability, 41 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 1295 (2008).

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