Publications – November 2009

Christopher Buccafusco’s article, Well-Being Analysis is forthcoming in the Georgetown L.J. (with John Bronsteen and Jonathan Masur).

Howard Eglit’s article, Age Bias in the American Workplace – An Overview, was published in 3 J. Int’l Aging, L. & Pol’y (2009). The Journal is published jointly by Stetson University College of Law and AARP (formerly American Association of Retired Persons).

Harold Krent published a review essay in 25 Const. Comment. 489 (2009) entitled The Sometimes Unitary Executive: Presidential Practice Throughout History.

Martin Malin’s article, The Paradox of Public Sector Labor Law, was published at 84 Ind. L.J. 1369 (2009).

Nancy Marder’s review of William Domnarski’s Federal Judges Revealed (Oxford University Press, 2009) will appear in Am. J. Legal Hist. (forthcoming 2010).

Professor Marder’s article Jurors in Illinois Should Have the Right to Submit Questions to be Answered by Witnesses (with Bruce R. Pfaff and John M. Stalmack), which was originally published in the CBA Record (May 2009), will be reprinted in Voir Dire in 2010.

Sheldon Nahmod finished the 2009 Update to his treatise, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Litigation: The Law of Section 1983 (4th ed., Thomson/West, 1997-).

He finished the 3rd edition of his casebook (with Wells and Eaton), Constitutional Torts (3rd ed., LexisNexis, 2009).

Professor Nahmod submitted his article, Constitutional Torts, Over-Deterrence and Supervisory Liability after Iqbal, to Lewis & Clark L. Rev., to be published in March 2010. This article is downloadable from Professor Nahmod’s blog, Nahmod Law.

Henry Perritt’s second book on Kosovo, The Road to Independence for Kosovo: Chronicle of the Ahtisaari Plan, was released by Cambridge University Press.

Keith Ann Stiverson reviewed Copyright Law Deskbook by Robert W. Clarida (BNA Books, 2009) for the AALL Spectrum Blog.

Her chapter on administrative law research in the 9th edition of Roy Mersky’s Fundamentals of Legal Research will be published as an appendix to both Wright & Miller’s Federal Practice and Procedure and Koch’s Administrative Law and Practice.

Richard Warner’s book, Unauthorized Access: The Crisis in Online Privacy and Information Security, Chapman and Hall/CRC, is forthcoming in 2010 (with Robert Sloan, Head of Computer Science, UIC).

Professor Warner’s article, Austin, J. L., in Hugh LaFollette (ed.) Wiley-Blackwell’s International Encyclopedia of Ethics, is forthcoming in 2011.

Richard Wright’s article, Proving Facts: Belief versus Probability, which discusses burdens of persuasion in civil cases in the civil law and the common law, has been published in European Tort Law 2008 (Springer, Vienna/New York, 2009).

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