Nancy Marder has written an article, Jury Reform: The Impossible Dream? at the request of the Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy as part of its 2009 Summers-Wyatt Symposium: Asking Jurors To Do the Impossible.
Professor Marder is currently writing a paper, whose working title is “From ‘Practical Obscurity’ to Web Disclosure: A New Understanding of Public Information,” at the invitation of the Syracuse Law Review as part of its Symposium on Law and Media.
César F. Rosado Marzán is currently working on a research project related to labor law enforcement in Chile after the U.S.-Chile Free Trade Agreement.
David Rudstein is in London conducting research for his latest article on English double jeopardy law, with an eye on turning the project into a book.
Joan Steinman has begun work on the 2010 Supplements to volumes 14B and 14C of the Wright and Miller Federal Practice and Procedure treatise.
Richard Wright has agreed to write a couple of entries, on causation and negligence-reasonableness-fault, for the online IVR Encyclopaedia of Jurisprudence, Legal Theory and Philosophy of Law.