William Birdthistle has published his article, Compensating Power: An Analysis of Rents and Rewards in the Mutual Fund Industry, 80 Tul. L. Rev. 1401 (2006).
His Op-Ed piece, “Relegating the Twelfth Man,” was published in the Chicago Tribune, July 12, 2006, at 19.
Sungjoon Cho has three forthcoming articles:
Toward a New Economic Constitution: Judicial Disciplines on Trade Politics, 42 Wake Forest L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2007).
Doha’s Development, 24 Berkeley J. Int’l L.___ (forthcoming 2006).
Defragmenting World Trade, 27 Nw. J. Int’l L. & Bus. ___ (forthcoming 2006).
Graeme Dinwoodie’s article, Confusion Over Use: Contextualism in Trademark Law, co-authored with Mark Janis, will be published in the Iowa Law Review.
Dan Hamilton was the Symposium Editor of a volume of the Chicago-Kent Law Review entitled A Symposium on The People Themselves: Popular Constitutionalism and Judicial Review. He has two pieces in this issue, an Introduction and an article, Popular Constitutionalism in the Civil War: A Trial Run.
Professor Hamilton has also published an article, The Confederate Sequestration Act, in the December 2006 issue of Civil War History.
Harold Krent published The Lamentable Notion of Indefeasible Presidential Powers: A Reply to Professor Prakash,” 91 Cornell L. Rev. 1383 (2006).
Laurie Leader recently completed a book chapter, How to Evaluate and Investigate a Plaintiff’s Discrimination Case for the forthcoming version of IICLE’s Employment Discrimination Handbook.
Martin Malin’s article, Charter Schools and Collective Bargaining: Compatible Marriage or Illegitimate Relationship, co-authored with Professor Charles Kerchner of Claremont Graduate University, will be published in the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy.
Nancy Marder’s article, Cyberjuries: A New Role as Online Mock Juries, is forthcoming in Fall 2006 in the Toledo Law Review, as part of its symposium on online dispute resolution.
Sheldon Nahmod has published the 2006 Update for his two volume treatise, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Litigation: The Law of Section 1983 (4th ed. 1997, 2006).
David Rudstein has recently submitted to various law reviews an article entitled Retrying the Acquitted in England, Part I: The Exception to the Rule Against Double Jeopardy for “New and Compelling Evidence.” The article is based upon a presentation Professor Rudstein made at the Oxford Round Table in Criminal Law at Pembroke College, University of Oxford, Oxford, England in March 2006.
Henry Perritt’s article on music file sharing, “New Architectures for Music: Law Should Get Out of the Way,” will be published by Tulane Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property in March, 2007.
Carolyn Shapiro’s recent publications include The Limits of the Olympian Court: Common Law Judging Versus Error Correction in the Supreme Court, 63 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 271 (2006) and Recent Developments Affecting the Ethical Obligations of Attorneys in Class Actions, in Class Action Litigation 2006: Prosecution and Defense Strategies (Practising Law Institute, 2006).
Her chapter, McDonnell-Douglas After 30 in the Supreme Court and Appellate Courts, will appear in 2007 Employment Law Update, edited by Professor Henry Perritt.
Joan Steinman has finished the 2007 Supplement to Volume 14B of the Wright & Miller Federal Practice and Procedure treatise, and the 2007 Pocket Part to Volume 14C of the same treatise, both to be forthcoming in April 2007.
Dan Tarlock has published Western Growth and Sustainable Water Use: If There Are no “Natural Limits” Should We Worry About Water Supplies?, 27 Public Land & Resources Rev. 33 (2006)(with Sarah van de Wetering).