Bernadette Atuahene published an op-ed article about the recent mass evictions in Zimbabwe in Business Day, which is the leading financial newspaper in South Africa.
Evelyn Brody has published her book review, The Pioneer Revisits Her Classic, 16 Nonprofit Mgmt. & Leadership 113 (Fall 2005) (reviewing Marion R. Fremont-Smith, Governing Nonprofit Organizations: Federal and State Law and Regulation).
Her article, Charity Governance: What’s Trust Law Got to Do With It?, is published at 80 Chi-Kent L. Rev. 641 (2005) (in Symposium Issue: “Who Guards the Guardians?: Monitoring and Enforcement of Charity Governance”). She also co-authored the Symposium Introduction.
Sarah Harding had two articles appear in print in the Spring of 2005: Bonnichsen v. United States: Time, Place, and the Search for Identity, 12 Int’l J. Cultural Prop. 249 (2005) and Culture, Commodification and Native American Cultural Patrimony, in Rethinking Commodification: Cases and Readings in Law and Culture (Martha Ertman and Joan Williams eds., 2005).
Steven Harris and his co-author have completed the manuscript for the fourth edition of their casebook, Security Interests in Personal Property. The book will be published by Foundation Press.
Timothy Holbrook recently placed his article, Possession in Patent Law, in SMU Law Review. It will be published in Spring 2006 in Volume 59.
Martin Malin‘s book review of Public Workers: Government Employee Unions, the Law and the State, 1900-1962 (Cornell University, ILR Press, 2004) was published in 46 Lab. Hist. 264 (2005).
Professor Malin’s paper (co-authored with Monica Biernat), An Empirical Examination of Factors Affecting Outcomes in Discipline Arbitrations Where Work and Family Responsibilities Conflict: A Preliminary Report is being published in the Proceedings of the 2005 Annual Meeting of the National Academy of Arbitrators.
His article, The Evolving Role of the Labor Arbitrator, is forthcoming in 21 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. (co-authored with Jeanne M. Vonhof).
Henry Perritt published the second edition of his book, Trade Secrets: A Practitioner’s Guide, in September.
Carolyn Shapiro’s article, The Limits of the Olympian Court: Common Law Judging versus Error Correction in the Supreme Court is forthcoming in 63 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. ___ (2006).
Joan Steinman’s article, Irregulars: The Appellate Rights of Persons Who Are Not Full-Fledged Parties, was published in 39 Ga. L. Rev. 411 (2005). The 2006 Pocket Parts to the Wright & Miller Federal Practice & Procedure treatise, which Professor Steinman prepared for Volumes 14B and C, will be published in April 2006