Publications – February 2010

Bernadette Atuahene’s article is published: Things Fall Apart: The Illegitimacy of Property Rights in the Context of Past Theft, 51 Ariz. L. Rev. 831 (2009).

Professor Atuahene’s opinion editorial, Congress must do more for those evicted, was published in the Athens Banner Herald and four other regional newspapers, on October 25, 2009.

William Birdthistle’s article, Investment Indiscipline: A Behavioral Approach to Mutual Fund Jurisprudence, was published in January 2010 in the University of Illinois Law Review, Volume 2010, Number 1, at 61.

Evelyn Brody has published How Public Is Private Philanthropy? Separating Reality from Myth (with John Tyler, general counsel of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation), a monograph prepared for the Philanthropy Roundtable in June 2009.

Professor Brody has also published an article and a chapter:

Payments in Lieu of Taxes: “Contributions,” Say the Towns; “Extortion,” Say the Schools,” Chron. Higher Ed., February 1, 2010 (invited commentary for special feature on “Towns, Gowns, and Taxes”).

Justifications for Tax Exemption, in International Encyclopedia of Civil Society (Helmut Anheier, Stefan Toepler, & Regina List, eds.) (Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, 2010).

Christopher Buccafusco published Happiness and Punishment, 76 U. Chicago L. Rev. 1037 (2009) (with John Bronsteen and Jonathan Masur).

David Gerber’s book, Global Competition: Law, Markets and Globalization, is scheduled to be published in March 2010 by Oxford University Press.

Robert Knowles’s article, Bagram, Boumediene, and the Limited-Government Theory is forthcoming in the DePaul L. Rev. (with Marc D. Falkoff).

Nancy Marder’s article, Answering Jurors’ Questions: Next Steps in Illinois, will be published as part of the Illinois Judicial Symposium, which will appear in 41 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. ___ (2010).

Sheldon Nahmod’s article, Supervisory Liability After Iqbal, was published in 14 Lewis & Clark Law Review in February 2010.

The third edition of Professor Nahmod’s casebook, Constitutional Torts (with Wells and Eaton) was published by LexisNexis in January 2010.

David Rudstein’s 2010 update to his 3-volume treatise, Criminal Constitutional Law was published in December by LexisNexis. (with P. Erlinder & D. Thomas).

Ronald Staudt has published Transforming Legal Aid, in 35 Law Practice Management 44 (April/May 2009).

Professor Staudt’s article, All the Wild Possibilities: Technology that Attacks Barriers to Access to Justice is forthcoming at 42 Loyola L.A. Law Rev. 102 (2009).

Joan Steinman has completed work on the forthcoming 2010 Pocket Parts for her recently revised volumes 14B and 14C of the Wright and Miller treatise, Federal Practice and Procedure. Professor Steinman is now working on the 2011 Pocket Parts.