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    Alexander, Lawrence

    Alexander's publications include Reflections on Crime and Culpability: Problems and Puzzles (with Kimberly Ferzan ) (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2018); Crime and Culpability: A Theory of Criminal Law (with Ferzan, and Morse) (Cambridge University Press, 2009); Demystifying Legal Reasoning (with Sherwin) (Cambridge University Press, 2008); Is There a Right of Freedom of Expression? (Cambridge University Press, 2005); Constitutionalism: Philosophical Foundations (Cambridge University Press, 2001); The Rule of Rules: Morality, Rules, and the Dilemmas of Law (with Sherwin) (Duke University Press, 2001); Freedom of Speech (Ashgate Publishing, 2000); Legal Rules and Legal Reasoning (Ashgate Publishing, 2000); Contract Law (Dartmouth Publishing Co, 1991); and Whom Does the Constitution Command? A Conceptual Analysis with Practical Implications (with Horton) (Greenwood Press, 1988).

    “Distributive Justice and Retributive Justice” in Oxford Handbook of Distributive Justice (Olsaretti, ed.) (Oxford University Press, 2018); “Duties to Act Triggered By Creation of the Peril: Easy Cases, Puzzling Cases, and Complex Culpability” in The Ethics and Law of Omissions (D. Nelkin, and S. Rickless, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2017); “Ignorance as a Legal Excuse” in Moral and Legal Ignorance (Peels, ed.) (Routledge, 2017); “Freedom of Religion and Expression” in A Companion to Applied Philosophy (Lippert-Rasmussen, Coady, and Brownlee, eds.) (Wiley-Blackwell, 2016); “The Means Principle” in Legal, Moral, and Metaphysical Truths: The Philosophy of Michael Moore (Ferzan, and Morse, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2016); “Confused Culpability, Contrived Causation and the Collapse of Tort Theory” in Philosophical Foundations of the Law of Torts (with Ferzan) (Oberdiek, ed.) (2014); “Hart and Punishment for Negligence” in Hart on Responsibility (Pullman, ed.) (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014); “Did Casey Strikeout? Following and Overruling Constitutional Precedents in the Supreme Court” in Precedent in the United States Supreme Court (Peters, ed.) (Spinger, 2013); “Freedom of Expression” in Encyclopedia of Modern Political Thought (Claeys, and Sargent, eds.) (CQ Press, 2013); “Voluntary Enslavement” in Paternalism: Theory and Practice (Coons, and Weber, eds.) (Cambridge University Press, 2013); “Fletcher on the Fault of Not Knowing” in Essays on Criminal Law (with Ferzan) (Christopher, ed.) (Oxford University Press, 2012); “Legal Objectivity and the Illusion of Legal Principles” in Institutionalized Reason: The Jurisprudence of Robert Alexy (Klatt, ed.) (Oxford University Press, 2012); “Freedom of Expression” in Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, no. 2nd (Callahan, Chadwick, and Singer, eds.) (Academic Press, 2012); “Precedential Constraint, its Scope and Strength: A Brief Survey of the Possibilities and Their Merits” in On the Philosophy of Precedent (Bustamante, and Bernal Pulido, eds.) (Franz Steiner Verlag, 2012); “Risk and Inchoate Crimes: Retribution or Prevention?” in Seeking Security: Pre-empting the Commission of Criminal Harms (with Ferzan) (Dennis, and G.R. Sullivan, eds.) (Hart Publishing, 2012); “Self-Defense” in The Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Law (Marmor, ed.) (Routledge, 2012); “Beyond the Special Part” in Philosophical Foundations of Criminal Law (with Ferzan) (Duff, and Green, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2011); “Constitutionalism ” in Encyclopedia of Jurisprudence (Reidy, ed.) (2011); “Culpability” in The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Criminal Law (Deigh, and Dolinko, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2011); “Duff on Attempts” in Crime, Punishment, and Responsibility: The Jurisprudence of Antony Duff (Cruft, Kramer, and Reiff, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2011); “Simple-Minded Originalism” in The Challenge of Originalism: Essays in Constitutional Theory (Huscroft, and Miller, eds.) (Cambridge University Press, 2011); “Criminal and Moral Responsibility and the Libet Experiments” in Conscious Will and Responsibility: A Tribute to Benjamin Libet (Sinnott-Armstrong, and Nadel, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2010); “Against Negligence Liability” in Criminal Law Conversations (with Ferzan) (Robinson, Garvey, and Ferzan, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2009); “Constitutionalism” in Contemporary Debates in Political Philosophy (Christiano, and Christman, eds.) (Wiley-Blackwell, 2009); “Constitutionalism and Democracy: Understanding the Relation” in The Supreme Court and the Idea of Constitutionalism (Kautz, Melzer, Weinberger, and Zinman, eds.) (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009); “Law and Philosophy at Odds” in On Philosophy in American Law (with Sherwin) (Mootz, ed.) (Cambridge University Press, 2009); “Results Don't Matter” in Criminal Law Conversations (with Ferzan) (Robinson, Ferzan, and Garvey, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2009); “Rules of Recognition, Constitutional Controversies, and the Dizzying Dependence of Law on Acceptance” in The Rule of Recognition and the U.S. Constitution (with Schauer) (Adler, and Himma, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2009); “Constitutions, Judicial Review, Moral Rights, and Democracy: Disentangling the Issues” in Expounding the Constitution (Huscroft, ed.) (Cambridge University Press, 2008); “Is There Logical Space on the Moral Map for Toleration? A Brief Comment on Smith, Morgan, and Forst” in Toleration and Its Limits (Williams, and Waldron, eds.) (New York University Press, 2008); “Deontology” in The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (with Moore) (Zalta, ed.) (Stanford University Press, 2007); “Expression, Freedom of” in Encyclopedia of Law and Society: American and Global Perspectives (Clark, ed.) (Sage Publications, 2007); “Judges as Rulemakers” in Common Law Theory (with Sherwin) (Edlin, ed.) (Cambridge University Press, 2007); “Constitutionalism” in The Blackwell Guide to the Philosophy of Law and Legal Theory (Golding, and Edmundson, eds.) (Wiley-Blackwell, 2004); “Freedom of Expression as a Human Right” in Protecting Human Rights (Campbell, Goldsworthy, and Stone, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2003); “The Legal Enforcement of Morality” in Companion to Applied Ethics (Frey, and Wellman, eds.) (Wiley-Blackwell, 2003); “Criminal Liability for Omissions: An Inventory of Issues” in Criminal Law Theory: Doctrines of the General Part (Shute, and Simester, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2002); “Interpreting Rules: The Nature and Limits of Inchoate Intentions” in Legal Interpretation in Democratic States (with Sherwin) (Campbell, and Goldsworthy, eds.) (Ashgate Publishing, 2002); “Rule-Guidance, Rationality, and Constraint” in Legal and Political Philosophy (Villanueva, ed.) (Rodopi Philosophical Studies, 2002); “Mistake” in Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice, no. 2nd (Dressler, ed.) (Macmillan Reference USA, 2001); “The Philosophy of Criminal Law” in The Oxford Handbook of Jurisprudence and Philosophy of Law (Coleman, and Shapiro, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2001); “Incitement and Freedom of Speech” in Freedom of Speech and Incitement Against Democracy (Kretzmer, and Hazan, eds.) (Spinger, 2000); “Nonjudicial Interpretation of the Constitution” in Encyclopedia of the American Constitution, Supplement II (with Schauer) (Levy, Karst, and Winkler, eds.) (Macmillan Reference USA, 2000); “Stare Decisis” in Encyclopedia of the American Constitution, Supplement II (Levy, Karst, and Winkler, eds.) (Macmillan Reference USA, 2000); “Can the Law Survive the Asymmetry of Authority?” in Rules and Reasoning: Essays in Honour of Fred Schauer (Meyer, ed.) (Hart Publishing, 1999); “State Action” in The Philosophy of Law: An Encyclopedia (Gray, ed.) (Routledge, 1999); “Constitutional Tragedies and Giving Refuge to the Devil” in Constitutional Stupidities, Constitutional Tragedies (Eskridge, and Levinson, eds.) (New York University Press, 1998); “Hate Speech” in The Constitution and Its Amendments (Newman, ed.) (Macmillan Reference USA, 1998); “Against Legal Principles” in Law and Interpretation p.279 (with Kress) (Marmor, ed.) (Oxford University Press, 1997); “Freedom of Speech” in Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics (Chadwick, ed.) (Academic Press, 1997); “Precedent” in A Companion to the Philosophy of Law and Legal Theory (Patterson, ed.) (Wiley-Blackwell, 1996); “All or Nothing at All? The Intentions of Authorities and the Authority of Intentions” in Law and Interpretation: Essays in Legal Philosophy p.357 (Marmor, ed.) (Oxford University Press, 1995); and “Freedom of Contract and the Family: A Skeptical Appraisal” in The American Family and the State (with Horton) (Glahe, and Peden, eds.) (Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy, 1986).

    Against Equality” in San Diego Legal Studies Paper Series (2017); “Alexander on Koppelman on Alexander” in 54 San Diego Law Review 339 (2017); “Brexit and the Future of Liberal Democracy” in Cardozo Law Review (forthcoming 2017); “Hard Incompatibilism, and the Rejection of Moral Responsibility: A Skeptical Look at an Optimistic Account” in San Diego Legal Studies Paper Series (2017); “Robert Nagel and the Emptiness of the Supreme Court's Standards of Review ” in Colorado Law Review (forthcoming 2017); “Robert Nagel and the Emptiness of the Supreme Court's Standards of Review” in 88 University of Colorado Law Review 325 (2017); “The Need to Attend to Probabilities (for Purposes of Self-Defense and Other Preemptive Actions)” in San Diego Law Review (forthcoming 2017); “Consent Does Not Require Communication: A Replay to Doughtery ” in 35 Law and Philosophy 655 (with Hurd, and Westen) (2016); “Is Wrongful Discrimination Really Wrong?” in San Diego Legal Studies Paper Series (2016); “Legal Positivism and Originalist Interpretation” in (forthcoming 2016); “Free Speech and Speaker's Intent: A Reply to Kendrick” in 115 Columbia Law Review Sidebar 1 (2015); “The Misconceived Search for the Meaning of 'Speech' in Freedom of Speech” in 5 Open Journal of Philosophy 39 (2015); “Constitutional Theories: A Taxonomy and (Implicit) Critique” in 51 San Diego Law Review 623 (2014); “Fish on Academic Freedom: A Merited Assault on Nonsense, But Perhaps a Bridge Too Far” in 9 Florida International Law 1 (2014); “Galston on Religion, Conscience, and the Case for Accommodation” in 51 San Diego Law Review 1065 (2014); “The Most Persuasive Frankfurt Example, and What It Shows: Or Why Determinism Is Not the Greatest Threat to Moral Responsibility” in 4 Open Journal of Philosophy 141 (2014); “The Ontology of Consent” in 55 Analytic Philosophy 102 (2014); “The Search for Legislative Intent” in 33 University of Queensland Law Journal 397 (2014); “What are Principles, and Do They Exist?” in (forthcoming 2014); “Can Self-Defense Justify Punishment” in 32 Law and Philosophy 159 (2013); “Causing the Conditions of One's Defense: A Theoretical Non-Problem” in 7 Criminal Law & Philosophy 623 (2013); “Disparate Impact: Fairness or Efficiency?” in 50 San Diego Law Review 191 (2013); “Is Freedom of Expression a Universal Right?” in 50 San Diego Law Review 207 (2013); “Originalism, the Why and the What” in 82 Fordham Law Review 539 (2013); “Other People's Errors” in 16 Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 1049 (2013); “Race Matters” in 29 Constitutional Commentary 31 (with Schwarzschild) (2013); “Redish on Freedom of Speech” in 107 Northwestern Law Review 593 (2013); “The Objectivity of Morality, Rules and Law: A Conceptual Map” in 65 Alabama Law Review 501 (2013); “Yaffe on Attempts” in 19 Legal Theory 124 (2013); “You Got What You Deserved” in 7 Criminal Law & Philosophy 309 (2013); “'Moore or Less' Causation and Responsibility” in 6 Criminal Law & Philosophy 81 (with Ferzan) (2012); “Danger: The Ethics of Preemptive Action” in 9 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 637 (with Ferzan) (2012); “Ferzander's Surrebuttal” in 6 Criminal Law & Philosophy 463 (with Ferzan) (2012); “Reply to Berman, Brison, and Schauer” in 12 APA Newsletter on Philosophy and Law 13 (2012); “Reply to Dolinko” in 6 Criminal Law & Philosophy 281 (with Ferzan) (2012); “The Method of Text and ?: Jack Balkin’s Originalism with No Regrets” in 2012 University of Illinois Law Review 611 (2012); “What’s Inside and Outside the Law?” in 31 Law and Philosophy 213 (2012); “Deontological Constraints in a Consequentialist World: A Comment on Law, Economics and Morality” in 3 Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies 75 (2011); “Michael Moore and the Mysteries of Causation in the Law” in 42 Rutgers Law Journal 301 (2011); “There is No First Amendment Overbreadth (But There are Vague First Amendment Doctrines); Prior Restraints Aren’t ‘Prior’; and ‘As Applied’ Challenges Seek Judicial Statutory Amendments” in 27 Constitutional Commentary 429 (2011); “Plastic Trees and Gladiators: Liberalism and Aesthetic Regulation” in 16 Legal Theory 77 (2010); “Response to Critics” in 29 Law and Philosophy 483 (with Ferzan) (2010); “Response to Professor Kent Greenawalt's Lecture” in 47 San Diego Law Review 1153 (2010); “Telepathic Law” in 27 Constitutional Commentary 139 (2010); “Waluchows — living tree constitutionalism” in 29 Law and Philosophy 93 (2010); “What are Constitutions, and What Should (and Can) They Do?” in 28 Social Philosophy & Policy 1 (2010); “Constitutions, International Law, and the Settlement Function of Law: A Schema for Further Reflection” in 11 San Diego International Law Journal 43 (2009); “Facts, Law, Exculpation, and Inculpation: Comments on Simons” in 3 Criminal Law & Philosophy 241 (2009); “Kent Greenawalt and the Difficulty (Impossibility?) of Religion Clause Theory” in 25 Constitutional Commentary 243 (2009); “Of Living Trees and Dead Hands: The Interpretation of Constitutions and Constitutional Rights” in 22 The Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 227 (2009); “Culpable Acts of Risk Creation ” in 5 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 375 (with Ferzan) (2008); “Scalar Properties, Binary Judgments” in 25 Journal of Applied Philosophy 85 (2008); “Tempest in an Empty Teapot: Why the Constitution Does Not Regulate Gerrymandering” in 50 William and Mary Law Review 1 (with Prakash) (2008); “What is Freedom of Association, and What is its Denial?” in 25 Social Philosophy & Policy 1 (2008); “Delegation Really Running Riot” in 93 Virginia Law Review 1035 (with Prakash) (2007); “How to Understand Legislatures: A Comment on Boudreau, Lupia, McCubbins, and Rodriguez” in 44 San Diego Law Review 993 (2007); “Is Policy within Law's Limited Domain?” in 26 University of Queensland Law Journal 221 (with Schauer) (2007); “Judicial Review and Moral Rights” in 33 Queens Law Journal 1 (2007); “Law's Limited Domain Confronts Morality's Universal Empire” in 48 William and Mary Law Review 1579 (with Schauer) (2007); “Academic Freedom” in 77 University of Colorado Law Review 883 (2006); “Compelled Speech” in 23 Constitutional Commentary 147 (2006); “What is the Problem of Judicial Review?” in 31 Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy 1 (2006); “Lesser Evils: A Closer Look at the Paradigmatic Justification” in 24 Law and Philosophy 611 (2005); “Popular? Constitutionalism?” in 118 Harvard Law Review 1594 (with Solum) (2005); “When Are We Rightfully Aggrieved?: A Comment on Postema” in 11 Legal Theory 325 (2005); “Grutter or Otherwise: Racial Preferences and Higher Education” in 21 Constitutional Commentary 3 (with Schwarzschild) (2004); “Is That English You're Speaking? Some Arguments for the Primacy of Intent in Interpretation” in 41 San Diego Law Review 967 (with Prakash) (2004); “The Jurisdiction of Justice: Two Conceptions of Political Morality” in 41 San Diego Law Review 949 (2004); “Unknowingly Justified Actors and the Attempt/Success Distinction” in 39 Tulsa Law Review 851 (2004); “Constitutional Rules, Constitutional Standards, and Constitutional Settlement: Marbury v. Madison and the Case for Judicial Supremacy” in 20 Constitutional Commentary 369 (2003); “Deception in Morality and Law” in 22 Law and Philosophy 393 (with Sherwin) (2003); “Equal Protection and the Prosecution and Conviction of Crime” in 2002 The University of Chicago Legal Forum 155 (2003); “Introduction to the Conference on Legal Transitions” in 13 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 1 (2003); “Is Judicial Review Democratic? A Comment on Harel” in 22 Law and Philosophy 277 (2003); “Mother May I? Imposing Mandatory Prospective Rules of Statutory Interpretation” in 20 Constitutional Commentary 97 (with Prakash) (2003); “Reports of the Nondelegation Doctrine's Death are Greatly Exaggerated” in 70 University of Chicago Law Review 1297 (with Prakash) (2003); “Illiberalism All the Way Down: Illiberal Groups and Two Conceptions of Liberalism” in 12 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 625 (2002); “Ripstein, Reasonableness, and Objectivity” in 20 Law and Philosophy 617 (2001); “The Supreme Court, the Florida Vote, and Equal Protection” in 38 San Diego Law Review 1077 (2001); “Defending Judicial Supremacy: A Reply” in 17 Constitutional Commentary 455 (with Schauer) (2000); “Deontology at the Threshold” in 37 San Diego Law Review 893 (2000); “Insufficient Concern: A Unified Conception of Criminal Culpability” in 88 California Law Review 931 (2000); “Rules, Rights, Options, and Time” in 6 Legal Theory 337 (2000); “The Uncertain Relationship Between Libertarianism and Utilitarianism ” in 19 Quinnipiac Law Review 657 (with Schwarzschild) (2000); “Theory's A What Comes Natcherly” in 37 San Diego Law Review 777 (2000); “A Unified Defense of Preemptive Self-Protection” in 74 Notre Dame Journal of Law 1475 (1999); “Subversive Thoughts on Freedom and the Common Good” in 97 Michigan Law Review 813 (with Schwarzschild) (1999); “With Me It's All 'Er Nuthin: Formalism in Law and Morality” in 66 University of Chicago Law Review 530 (1999); “Affirmative Action and Legislative Purpose” in 107 Yale Law Journal 2679 (1998); “Are Procedural Rights Derivative Substantive Rights?” in 17 Law and Philosophy 19 (1998); “Banishing the Bogey of Incommensurability” in 146 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1641 (1998); “Good God, Garvey: The Inevitability and Impossibility of a Religious Justification of Free Exercise Exemptions” in 47 Drake Law Review 35 (1998); “The Banality of Legal Reasoning” in 73 Notre Dame Law Review 517 (1998); “Bad Beginnings” in 145 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 57 (1997); “Discrimination by Proxy” in 14 Constitutional Commentary 453 (with Cole) (1997); “Incomplete Theorizing” in 72 Notre Dame Law Review 531 (1997); “Is Morality Like the Tax Code?” in 95 Michigan Law Review 1839 (1997); “Mens Rea and Inchoate Crimes” in 87 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 1138 (with Kessler) (1997); “On Extrajudicial Constitutional Interpretation” in 110 Harvard Law Review 1539 (with Schauer) (1997); “Replies to Our Critics” in 82 Iowa Law Review 923 (1997); “Sometimes Better Boring and Correct: Romer as an Exercise of Ordinary Equal Protection Analysis” in 68 University of Colorado Law Review 335 (1997); “Still Lost in the Political Thicket (or Why I Don't Understand the Concept of Vote Dilution)” in 50 Vanderbilt Law Review 327 (1997); “Affirmative Duties and the Limits of Self-Sacrifice” in 15 Law and Philosophy 65 (1996); “Are Smith and Hialeah Reconcilable?” in 13 Constitutional Commentary 285 (1996); “Banning Hate Speech and the Sticks and Stones Defense” in 13 Constitutional Commentary 71 (1996); “Negligence, Crime, and Tort: Comments on Hurd and Simons” in 76 Boston University Law Review 301 (1996); “The Moral Magic of Consent (II)” in 2 Legal Theory 165 (1996); “The Supreme Court, Dr. Jekyll, and the Due Process of Proof” in 1996 Supreme Court Review 191 (1996); “Fancy Theories of Interpretation Aren't” in 73 Washington University Law Quarterly 1081 (1995); “Free Speech and Speaker's Intent” in 12 Constitutional Commentary 21 (1995); “Impossible” in 72 Denver Law Review 1007 (1995); “Is There Such a Thing as Extraconstitutionality? The Puzzling Case of Dalton v. Specter” in 27 Arizona State Law Journal 845 (with Lee) (1995); “Originalism, or Who Is Fred?” in 19 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 321 (1995); “Constitutional Theory and Constitutionally Optional Benefits and Burdens” in 11 Constitutional Commentary 287 (1994); “Crime and Culpability” in 5 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 1 (1994); “Harm, Offense, and Morality” in 7 The Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 199 (1994); “The Deceptive Nature of Rules” in 142 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1191 (with Sherwin) (1994); “Constitutional Torts, the Supreme Court, and the Law of Noncontradiction: An Essay on Zinermon v. Burch” in 87 Northwestern University Law Review 576 (1993); “Inculpatory and Exculpatory Mistakes and the Fact/Law Distinction: An Essay in Memory of Myke Bayles” in 12 Law and Philosophy 33 (1993); “Liberalism, Religion, and the Unity of Epistemology” in 30 San Diego Law Review 763 (1993); “Practical Reason and Statutory Interpretation” in 12 Law and Philosophy 319 (1993); “Self Defense, Justification and Excuse” in 22 Philosophy and Public Affairs 53 (1993); “The ADL Hate Crime Statute and the First Amendment” in 11 Criminal Justice Ethics 49 (1993); “The Public/Private Distinction(s)” in 10 Constitutional Commentary 361 (1993); “Trouble on Track Two: Incidental Regulations of Speech and Free Speech Theory” in 44 Hastings Law Journal 921 (1993); “Voluntary Acts: The Child/Davidson Trilemma” in 11 Criminal Justice Ethics 98 (1993); “What We Do and Why We Do It” in 45 Stanford Law Review 1885 (1993); “A Comment on Cass Sunstein's Equality” in 9 Constitutional Commentary 189 (with Sherwin) (1992); “Foreward: Coleman and Corrective Justices” in 15 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 621 (1992); “Proving the Law” in 86 Northwestern University Law Review 905 (1992); “What Makes Wrongful Discrimination Wrong?” in 141 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 149 (1992); “Self-Defense, Punishment, and Proportionality” in 10 Law and Philosophy 323 (1991); “The Gap” in 14 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 695 (1991); “Essay: Of Two Minds About Law and Minds” in 88 Michigan Law Review 2444 (1990); “Law and Exclusionary Reasons” in 18 Philosophical Topics 5 (1990); “Lost in the Political Thicket” in 41 Florida Law Review 563 (1990); “Reconsidering the Relationship among Voluntary Acts, Strict Liability, and Negligence in Criminal Law” in 7 Social Philosophy & Policy 84 (1990); “Constrained by Precedent” in 63 Southern California Law Review 1 (1989); “Low Value Speech” in 83 Northwestern University Law Review 547 (1989); “Personal Projects and Impersonal Rights” in 12 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 813 (1989); “The Constitution as Law” in 6 Constitutional Commentary 103 (1989); “Understanding Constitutional Rights in a World of Optional Baselines” in 26 San Diego Law Review 175 (1989); “Legal Theory and Judicial Accountability: A Comment on Seidman” in 61 Southern California Law Review 1601 (1988); “Causation and Corrective Justice: Does Tort Law Make Sense?” in 6 Law and Philosophy 1 (1987); “Justification and Innocent Aggressors” in 33 Wayne Law Review 1177 (1987); “Scheffler on the Independence of Agent-Centered Prerogatives from Agent-Centered Restrictions” in 84 Journal of Philosophy 277 (1987); “Striking Back at the Empire: A Brief Survey of Problems in Dworkin's Theory of Law” in 6 Law and Philosophy 419 (1987); “The Relationship Between Procedural Due Process and Substantive Constitutional Rights” in 34 Florida Law Review 323 (1987); “Consent, Punishment, and Proportionality” in 15 Philosophy and Public Affairs 178 (1986); “Liberalism, Neutrality, and Equality of Welfare Versus Equality of Resources” in 16 Philosophy and Public Affairs 85 (with Schwarzschild) (1986); “Takings of Property and Constitutional Serendipity” in 41 University of Miami Law Review 223 (1986); “Consumer Boycotts and Freedom of Association: A Comment on a Recently Proposed Theory” in 22 San Diego Law Review 555 (with Schwarzchild) (1985); “Electronic Monitoring of Felons by Computer: Threat or Boon to Civil Liberties” in 11 Social Theory and Practice 89 (with E. Alexander) (1985); “Fair Equality of Opportunity: Rawls' (Best?) Forgotten Principle” in 11 Philosophy Research Archives 197 (1985); “Is There an Overbreadth Doctrine?” in 22 San Diego Law Review 541 (1985); “Pursuing the Good-Indirectly” in 95 Ethics 315 (1985); “Another Look at Moral Blackmail” in 10 Philosophy Research Archives 189 (1984); “Kidney Pooling” in 2 Cogito 15 (1984); “Natural Advantages and Contractual Justice” in 3 Law and Philosophy 281 (with Wang) (1984); “Reiman's Libertarian Interpretation of Rawls' Difference Principle” in 10 Philosophy Research Archives 13 (1984); “Painting Without the Numbers: Noninterpretive Judicial Review” in 8 University of Dayton Law Review 447 (1983); “Retributivism and the Inadvertent Killing of the Innocent” in 2 Law and Philosophy 233 (1983); “The Impossibility of a Free Speech Principle” in 78 Northwestern University Law Review 1319 (with Horton) (1983); “Zimmerman on Coercive Wage Offers” in 12 Philosophy and Public Affairs 160 (1983); “Liberalism as Neutral Dialogue: Man and Manna in the Liberal State” in 28 UCLA Law Review 816 (1981); “Modern Equal Protection Theories: A Metatheoretical Taxonomy and Critique” in 42 Ohio State Law Journal 3 (1981); “Commercial Speech and First Amendment Theory” in 75 Northwestern University Law Review 307 (1980); “Hercules or Proteus? The Many Theses of Ronald Dworkin” in 5 Social Theory and Practice 267 (with Bayles) (1980); “The Doomsday Machine: Proportionality, Prevention and Punishment” in 63 The Monist 199 (1980); “The Stork Market” in 4 Journal of Libertarian Studies 173 (with O'Driscoll) (1980); “Ingraham v. Wright: A Primer for Cruel and Unusual Jurisprudence” in 52 Southern California Law Review 1305 (with Horton) (1979); “Motivation and Constitutionality: A Postscript” in 16 San Diego Law Review 885 (1979); “Introduction: Motivation and Constitutionality ” in 15 San Diego Law Review 925 (1978); “Speech in the Local Marketplace” in 14 San Diego Law Review 357 (1977); “The Province of Constitutional Law Casebook Jurisprudence Redetermind” in 29 Stanford Law Review 1299 (1977); “Cutting the Gordian Knot: State Action and Self-Help Repossession” in 2 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 893 (1976); “Self-Defense and the Killing of Noncombatants” in 5 Philosophy and Public Affairs 408 (1976); “The Authentication of Documents Requirement” in 10 San Diego Law Review 266 (with E. Alexander) (1973); “The New Racism” in 9 San Diego Law Review 190 (with E. Alexander) (1972); “Brexit and the Future of Liberal Democracy” in Cardozo Law Review (forthcoming ); “Is There a Case for Strict Liability? ” in Criminal Law & Philosophy (forthcoming ); “Law and Politics: What Is Their Relation?” in Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy (forthcoming ); and “The Need to Attend to Probabilites (for Purposes of Self-Defense and Other Preemptive Actions)” in San Diego Law Review (forthcoming ).

    Alexander's presentations and conferences include Organizer, panelist, presenter, and participant at Conference on The Future of Free Expression and Academic Freedom at in Berkeley, Calif. (March 22, 2018); Panelist at at Cpnference on the Furture of Free Expression and Academic Freedom in Berkeley, Calif. (March 22, 2018); Organizer, panelist, and presenter at Roundtable on Identified versus Statistical Lives, and Ex Ante Versus Ex Post Policy Making at in San Diego, Calif. (April 29, 2017); Moderator, organizer, and presenter at American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division Conference at in Seattle, Wash. (April 15, 2017); Organizer and participant at Analytic Legal Philosophy Conference at Michigan Law School in Ann Arbor, Mich. (April 1, 2017); Presenter at Crime Without Fault, at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. (March 31, 2017); Presenter at Vaughan Memorial Lecture at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Mass. (March 24, 2017); Presenter at Legal Theory Colloquium at Univeristy of California, Irvine in Irvine, Calif. (March 9, 2017); Presenter and participant at AALS President's Panel on Diversity at in San Francisco, Calif. (January 4, 2017); Presenter at Crime Without Fault Symposium at Georgetown Law School in Washington , D.C. (2017); Organizer, organizer, presenter, presenter, presenter, presenter, participant, participant, and participant at Rothberger Conference at University of Colorado, Boulder in , (April 8, 2016); Commentator at American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division Conference at in San Francisco, Calif. (April 2, 2016); "Evenwel v. Abbott" as panelist at at in San Diego, Calif. (March 30, 2016); "Jurisprudence" as presenter at AALS at in New York, N.Y. (January 7, 2016); "Book Conference on Ignorance of Law: A Philosophical Inquiry by Douglas Husak" as participant at at in New Haven, (September 1, 2015); "Panel on Law and Justice" as panelist at National Workshop for Bankruptcy Judges II at in Washington D.C., D.C. (August 5, 2015); Presenter at Conference on Constitutional Interpretation and Legal Positivism at in Buenos Aires, (May 1, 2015); Participant at Analytic Legal Philosophy Conference at in Los Angeles, Calif. (April 1, 2015); Presenter at The Ethics and Law of Omissions at in San Diego, Calif. (April 1, 2015); Organizer and participant at Conference on Global Justice and Fair Trade at in San Diego, Calif. (April 1, 2015); "Panel on Law and Justice" as panelist at National Workshop for Bankruptcy Judges I at in Seattle, Wash. (March 23, 2015); Participant at Hosanna-Tabor and/or Smith v. Employment Division at in San Diego, Calif. (March 1, 2015); Participant at Originalism Works-in-Progress Conference at in San Diego, Calif. (February 1, 2015); Participant at Roundtable on Public Reason at in San Diego, Calif. (February 1, 2015); "AALS Section on Jurisprudence" as presenter at AALS Section on Jurisprudence at in Washington, D.C. (January 5, 2015); "Jurisprudence" as presenter at AALS at in Washington D.C., D.C. (January 5, 2015); "Is Dworkin an Originalist?" as presenter at Dunbar Lecture in Law and Philosophy at University of Mississippi in Oxford, Miss. (October 6, 2014); "Was Dworkin an Originalist?" as presenter at Faculty Colloquium at University of Virginia School of Law in Charlottesville, Va. (September 5, 2014); "The Legacy of Ronald Dworkin" as presenter at Conference on The Legacy of Ronald Dworkin at in Burlington, Ontario (May 30, 2014); "Judicial Activism" as presenter at International Conference on Judicial Activism at in Lisbon, (May 26, 2014); Participant at Analytic Legal Philosophy Conference at in Oxford, (May 23, 2014); Participant at Conference on Originalism and the Good Constitution at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (April 11, 2014); "Is Religion Special?" as commentator and organizer at Conference on "Is Religion Special" at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (February 28, 2014); Participant at Originalism Works-in-Progress Conference at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (February 21, 2014); and "Stanley Fish's Versions of Academic Freedom" as presenter at Conference on Stanley Fish's Versions of Academic Freedom at in Miami, Fla. (January 24, 2014).

    Barry, Jordan

    Barry's publications include “Taxation and Innovation: The Sharing Economy as a Case Study” in Nestor Davidson, Michèle Finck and John Infranca, Cambridge Handbook on Law and Regulation of the Sharing Economy (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2018); “Takeover Defenses: The Lay of the Land and Disputed Signposts” in Research Handbook on Mergers and Acquisitions (Claire Hill, and Steven Davidoff-Solomon, eds.) (2016); and “The Lay of the Land and Disputed Signposts” (Research Handbook on Mergers and Acquisitions) in (Claire Hill, and Steve Davidoff-Solomon, eds.) (forthcoming 2016).

    “Regulatory Entrepreneurship” in 90 Southern California Law Review (with Elizabeth Pollman) (2017); “A Brief Review of Corporate Tax Articles 2014-2015” in 151 Tax Notes 207 (with Karen C. Burke) (2016); “Long-Term Shareholders and Time-Phased Voting” in 40 Delaware Journal of Corporate Law 541 (with Lynne Dallas) (2015); “Notable Corporate Tax Articles of 2013” in 143 Tax Notes 1314 (with Burke, and Gianni) (2014); “Tax Regulation, Transportation Innovation, and the Sharing Economy” in 81 University of Chicago Law Review Dialogue 69 (with Caron) (2014); “The Emerging Consensus for Cutting the Corporate Income Tax Rate” (solicited piece) in 18 Chapman Law Review 19 (2014); “Notable Corporate Tax Articles of 2012” in 136 Tax Notes 651 (with Burke) (2013); “On Derivatives Markets and Social Welfare: A Theory of Empty Voting and Hidden Ownership” in 99 Virginia Law Review 1103 (with Hatfield, and Kominers) (2013); “Is the Individual Mandate Really Mandatory?” in 135 Tax Notes 1633 (with Camp) (2012); “Pills and Partisans: Understanding Takeover Defenses” in 160 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 633 (with Hatfield) (2012); “Prosecuting the Exonerated: Actual Innocence and the Double Jeopardy Clause” in 64 Stanford Law Review 535 (2012); “On Regulatory Arbitrage” in 89 Texas Law Review See Also 69 (2011); and “When Second Comes First: Correcting Patent's Poor Secondary Incentives Through an Optional Patent Purchasing System” in 2007 Wisconsin Law Review 585 (2007).

    Brief for Amici Curiae Interested Law Professors Supporting Plaintiffs/Appellants, Gelboim v. Bank of America (LIBOR Manipulation Litigation) (2015); and Brief for Amici Curiae Interested Law Professors Supporting Respondent, Direct Marketing Association v. Brohl (Colorado Amazon.com Law Litigation) (2015).

    Barry's presentations and conferences include "What is BEPS? Where Did It Come From? And What Is State Aid?" as presenter at Tax Law Society at University of San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (January 28, 2016); "Regulatory Entrepreneurship" as presenter at Law and Entrepreneurship Association Retreat at University of San Diego in , Calif. (January 22, 2016); "Tax Regulation, Transportation Innovation, and the Sharing Economy" as presenter at Southern California Business Law Workshop at University of California Irvine School of Law in Irvine, Calif. (January 9, 2015); "Corporate Inversions" as presenter at University of San Diego Tax Law Society at in San Diego, Calif. (October 1, 2014); "PPL and the Arbitrary Foreign Income Tax Credit" as presenter at Tax Policy Colloquium Series at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, Calif. (September 29, 2014); "Income Tax Update" as presenter at Taxation Section, California State Bar at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (June 26, 2014); "Long Term Shareholders and Time-Phased Voting" as presenter at National Business Law Scholars Conference at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, Calif. (June 19, 2014); "Regulatory Arbitrage" as presenter at Boundaries in Financial and Corporate Law at in , (June 19, 2014); "Regulatory Arbitrage" as presenter at Association of American Law Schools: Midyear Meeting, Workshop on Blurring at in Washington, D.C. (June 1, 2014); "PPL and the Arbitrary Foreign Income Tax Credit" as presenter at Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association at in Minneapolis, Minn. (May 30, 2014); "Reinstating Public Banking and Financing" as chair and moderator at Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association at in Minneapolis, Minn. (May 30, 2014); "Faculty Roundtable on Ronald Coase" as panelist at Notre Dame Law School Law and Economics Program at Notre Dame Law School in South Bend, Ind. (May 10, 2014); "Coasean Keep-Away: Voluntary Transaction Costs" as presenter at American Law and Economics Association Conference at University of Chicago Law School in Chicago, Ill. (May 8, 2014); "PPL and the Arbitrary Foreign Income Tax Credit" as presenter at Tax Policy Class at Pepperdine University School of Law in Malibu, Calif. (April 21, 2014); "Shareholder Activism and Financial Derivatives" as presenter at Berkeley Business Law Journal Symposium: Shareholder Activism at University of California, Berkeley in Berkeley, Calif. (April 4, 2014); "The Emerging Consensus for Cutting the Corporate Income Tax Rate" as presenter at Chapman Law Review Symposium: Business Tax Reform: Emerging Issues in the Taxation of U.S. Entities at Chapman University School of Law in Orange, Calif. (March 14, 2014); "Corporate Inversions" as presenter at University of San Diego Tax Law Speaker Series at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (January 27, 2014); and "Long Term Shareholders and Time-Phased Voting" at University of San Diego Junior Faculty Workshop at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (January 27, 2014).

    Bell, Abraham

    Bell's publications include “Economic Analysis of the Law of Territorial Sovereignty” (in Research Handbook on the Economics of Public International Law) in (Eugene Kontorovich, ed.) (2016); “Economic Analysis of the Law of Territorial Sovereignty” in Research Handbook on the Economics of Public International Law (Kontorovich, ed.) (forthcoming 2015); “Title in the Shadow of Possession” in Law and Economics of Possession (Chang, ed.) (Cambridge University Press, 2015); and “Should Decreases in Property Value Caused By Regulations Be Compensated?” in Land Policies and Property Rights (Hong, and Ingram, eds.) (Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2009).

    “Incomplete Takings ” in 117 Columbia Law Review (with Gideon Parchomovsky) (2017); “Of Property and Information” in 116 Columbia Law Review (with Gideon Parchomovsky) (2016); “Palestine, Uti Possidetis Juris and the Borders of Israel” in 58 Arizona State Law Review 633 (with Eugene Kontorovich) (2016); “The Dual Grant Theory of Fair Use” in 83 University of Chicago Law Review 1051 (with Gideon Parchomovsky) (2016); “Copyright Trust” in 100 Cornell Law Review (with Parchomovsky) (forthcoming 2015); “Governing Communities by Auction” in 80 University of Chicago Law Review 1 (with Parchomovsky) (2014); “Reinventing Copyright and Patent” in 113 Michigan Law Review 231 (with Parchomovsky) (2014); “Property Lost in Translation” in 80 University of Chicago Law Review 515 (with Parchomovsky) (2013); “The Case for Imperfect Enforcement of Property Rights” in 160 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1927 (with Parchomovsky) (2012); “A Critique of the Goldstone Report and its Treatment of International H” in 104 American Society of International Law Proceedings 79 (2010); “The Hidden Function of Takings Compensation” in 96 Virginia Law Review 1974 (with Parchomovsky) (2010); “The Mythical Post-2005 Israeli Occupation of the Gaza Strip” in 16 Israel Affairs 268 (with Shefi) (2010); “Private Takings” in 76 University of Chicago Law Review 517 (2009); “The Evolution of Private and Open Access Property” in 10 Theoretical Inquiries in Law 77 (with Parchomovsky) (2009); “Reconfiguring Property in Three Dimensions” in 75 University of Chicago Law Review 1015 (with Parchomovsky) (2008); “Taking Compensation Private” in 59 Stanford Law Review 871 (with Parchomovsky) (2007); “The Dispensable United Nations” in 155 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 74 (2006); “The Usefulness of Public Use” in 106 Columbia Law Review 1412 (with Parchomovsky) (2006); “A Theory of Property” in 90 Cornell Law Review 531 (with Parchomovsky) (2005); “Of Property and Federalism” in 115 Yale Law Journal 72 (with Parchomovsky) (2005); “Not Just Compensation” in 13 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 29 (2003); “Of Property and Anti-Property” in 102 Michigan Law Review 1 (with Parchomovsky) (2003); “Pliability Rules” in 101 Michigan Law Review 1 (with Parchomovsky) (2002); “Givings” in 111 Yale Law Review 547 (with Parchomovsky) (2001); “Takings Reassessed” in 87 Virginia Law Review 271 (with Parchomovsky) (2001); and “The Integration Game” in 100 Columbia Law Review 1965 (with Parchomovsky) (2000).

    EU's Israel Grant Guidelines: A Legal and Policy Analysis Kohelet Policy Forum (October 3, 2013).

    Bell's presentations and conferences include "International Law and teh Arab-Israeli Conflict" at Louis D. Brandeis Center National Student Conference at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. (March 1, 2017); "Two-Tiered Takings Compensation" at Conference on Decentralization and Development at University of Hong Kong and NYU in , (March 1, 2017); "Partial Takings" at Law, Economics, and Business Workshop at Bar Ilan University in Ramat Gan, (2017); "Reforming Infringement" at Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer Baratz Seminar on Intellectual Property Law at Bar Ilan University in Ramat Gan, (2017); "The Futureof the International Criminal Court and Impacts for Israel: A Roundtable Discussion" at at Bar Ilan University in Ramat Gan, (December 1, 2016); "Reforming Infringment" at Israeli Academic IP Forum Annual Intellectual Property Workshop at Hebrew University of Jerusalem in , (October 1, 2016); "Partial Takings" at Property Works in Progress Conference at Boston University School of Law in Boston, Mich. (September 1, 2016); "Reforming Infringement" at at University of San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (August 1, 2016); "Reforming Infringement" at IP Scholars Conference 2015 at Standford University in Stanford, Calif. (August 1, 2016); "Partial Takings" at The Fourth Private Law Consortium at Univeristy of Oslo in Oslo, (June 1, 2016); "IDF Military Operations and International Military Law" at Tikvah Overseas Students Seminars at in Jerusalem, (May 1, 2016); "Legal Limits on the Struggle with Terror: The Proper Scope of Judicial Review" at Second Annual Conference of the International Public Law Association at Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law in , (May 1, 2016); "Partial Takings" at American Law & Economics Association at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Mass. (May 1, 2016); "Palestinian Terrorism and International Law" at at Cardozo Law School in New York, N.Y. (April 1, 2016); "Who's Sovereign? The Status of the Territories in International Law" at at Military Court of Appeals of Judea and Samaria in , (April 1, 2016); "the International law of Terrorism and the Arab-Israeli Conflict" at at Cornell Univeristy School of Law in Ithaca, N.Y. (March 1, 2016); "The Dual-Grant Theory of Fair Use" at Thirteenth Annual Works-in-Progress Colloquium, Intellecutal Property at Washington University in Seattle, Wash. (February 1, 2016); "International Law and the Arab-Israeli Conflict" at Brandeis Center National Student Conference at University of California in Berkley , Calif. (2016); "The Dual-Grant Theory of Fair Use" as presenter at The Many Faces of Innovation at Bar Ilan University in , (2016); "Of Property and Information" as presenter at Eleventh Annual Conference of the Italian Society of Law and Economics at Universita di Napoli - Federico II in , (December 1, 2015); "The Dual-Grant Theory of Fair Use" as presenter at The Fourth Global Congress on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest at National Law University in Delhi, (December 1, 2015); "The Dual-Grant Theory of Fair Use" as presenter at Oxford University Press IP Workshop at Tel Aviv University in , (December 1, 2015); "The Dual-Grant Theory of Fair Use" as presenter at EMNet 2015, Seventh International Conference on Economics and Management of Networks at University of the Western Cape in Cape Town, (December 1, 2015); Panelist at International Christian Embassy Jerusalem Symposium: The Economic Wall of the EU Labeling Move at European Parliament in , (November 1, 2015); Panelist at International Legitimacy for Zionism at Begin Center in Jerusalem, (November 1, 2015); "The Dual-Grant Theory of Fair Use" as presenter at Copyright Scholarship Roundtable at University of Pennsylvania School of Law in , (November 1, 2015); "Universal Jurisdiction" as presenter at Asymmetric War and Asymmetric Law: Israel's Conflicts and the International Legal System, at Human Rights Voices in New York, N.Y. (October 1, 2015); "Registries" at 18th Annual Conference of the International Society for New Institutional Economics at Duke University in Durham, N.C. (June 1, 2014); "Registries" at Annual Meeting American Law & Economics Association at University of Chicago in Chicago, Ill. (May 1, 2014); "Registries" at Annual Meeting, Private Law Consortium at University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Penn. (May 1, 2014); "Free Market Real Estate Reform in Israel" as presenter at Seminar: Economics, Growth, and Prosperity at Neve Ilan, Israel; Jerusalem Institute for Market Studies; and the Friedberg Economics Institute in Jerusalem, (April 1, 2014); "Givings" as presenter at American Planning Association National Conference at in Atlanta, Ga. (April 1, 2014); "Registries" as presenter at Faculty Seminar; Emory Law School at Emory Law School in Atlanta, Ga. (April 1, 2014); "Reinventing Copyright and Patent" as presenter at PatCon 4: The Annual Patent Conference at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (April 1, 2014); "Title in the Shadow of Possession" as presenter at 5th Annual Meeting Association for Law, Property and Society at University of British Columbia in Vancouver, British Columbia (April 1, 2014); and "Registries" at Faculty Seminar at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (February 1, 2014).

    Brooks, Roy

    Brooks' publications include Diversity Judgements: Conceptualizing Judicial Legitimacy in a Diverse Society (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2020); The Racial Glass Ceiling (Yale University Press, 2017); Pacific Island Book Series 2: Jeju 4.3 Grand Tragedy During ?Peacetime? Korea: The Asia Pacific Context, 1947-2016 (with Chang Hoon Ko, and Jeju, South Korea: C&P Press) (2016); The Law of Discrimination-Supplements (with Gilbert Paul Carrasco, and Michael Selmi) (Lexis Nexis, 2016); Civil Procedure: A Guide Through A Complex Course  (West Academic Publishing, 2014); Civil Procedure: A Guide Through A Complex Course (Harcourt Brace, 2013); The Law of Discrimination: Cases and Perspectives, 2013 Supplement (with Carrassco, and Selmi) (Lexis Nexis, 2013); Structures of Judicial Decision Making from Legal Formalism to Critical Theory, no. Rev. 2nd (Carolina Academic Press, 2012); The Law of Discrimination: Cases and Perspectives (with Carrassco, and Selmi) (Lexis Nexis, 2011); The Law of Discrimination: Teacher's Manual (with Carrasco, and Selmi) (Lexis Nexis, 2011); Civil Rights Litigation: Cases and Perspectives- Supplements (with Carrasco, and Selmi) (Carolina Academic Press, 2009); Racial Justice in the Age of Obama (Princeton University Press, 2009); Civil Rights Litigation: Cases and Perspectives, no. 3rd (with Carrasco, and Selmi) (Academic Press, 2005); Civil Rights Litigation: Constitutional and Statutory Law, no. 3rd (with Carrasco, and Selmi) (Academic Press, 2005); Civil Rights Litigation: Teacher's Manual, no. 3rd (with Carrasco, and Selmi) (Academic Press, 2005); Structures of Judicial Decision Making from Legal Formalism to Critical Theory, no. 2nd (Carolina Academic Press, 2005); Atonement and Forgiveness: A New Model for Black Reparations (University of California Press, 2004); When Sorry Isn't Enough: The Controversy Over Apologies and Reparations for Human Injustice (New York University Press, 1999); Critical Procedure (Carolina Academic Press, 1998); Civil Procedure: Cases and Materials for an Advanced Course (Western Academic Press, 1996); Civil Rights Litigation (with Carrasco) (Academic Press, 1996); Integration or Separation? A Strategy for Racial Equality (Harvard University Press, 1996); Civil Procedure: Cases and Materials for Policy Analysis (Western Academic Press, 1995); Rethinking the American Race Problem (University of California Press, 1992); Flashers: Civil Procedure (Spectra Publishing, 1991); and Questions and Answers: Civil Procedure (Spectra Publishing, 1987).

    “Reparative Justic and the Post Conflict of Modern Slavery” in Contemporary Slavery: Popular Rhetoric and Political Practice (Annie Bunting, and Joel Quirk, eds.) (Yale University Press, 2017); “Systemic Racism: Sociolegal and Sociocultural Implications” in Systemic Racism: Making Libery, Justic, and Democracy Real (Ruth Thompson-Miller, and Kimberley Ducey, eds.) (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017); “In Defense of the Black/White Binary” in Critical Race Theory: Cutting Edge (Delgado, and Stefancic, eds.) (Temple University Press, 2013); “Japanese American Internment and Relocation” in Encyclopedia of Race and Racism, no. 2nd (Moore, ed.) (Thomson/Gale, 2012); “Reparations” in Encyclopedia of Race and Racism, no. 2nd (with Moore) (Thomson/Gale, 2012); “Japanese American Redress Movement” in Encyclopedia of Race and Racism (Moore, ed.) (Macmillan Reference USA, 2008); “Reparations for Racial Atrocities” in Encyclopedia of Race and Racism (Moore, ed.) (Macmillan Reference USA, 2008); “Reparations for Slavery - The African American Struggle” in Repairing the Past? International Perspectives on Reparations for Gross Human Rights Abuses (du Plessis, and Pete, eds.) (Intersentia Press, 2008); “Litigating Mass Claims Involving Slavery and Jim Crow Under United States Law” in Redressing Injustices Through Mass Claims Processes: Innovative Responses to Unique Challenges (Court of Arbitration, ed.) (Oxford University Press, 2006); “The New Patriotism and Apology for Slavery” in Taking Wrongs Seriously: Apologies and Reconciliation (Barkan, and Karn, eds.) (Stanford University Press, 2006); “Clarence Thomas” in Encyclopedia of Race and Ethnic Studies (Cashmore, ed.) (Routledge, 2004); “Drugs and Racism” in Encyclopedia of Race and Ethnic Studies (Cashmore, ed.) (Routledge, 2004); “The Nation of Islam and Racial Separation” in People Who Made History: Malcolm X (Hunter, ed.) (Greenhaven Press, 2004); “Critical Race Theory: A Proposed Structure and Application to Federal Pleadings” in Critical Race Theory: Cases, Material and Problems (Brown, ed.) (West Academic Publishing, 2003); “Reflections on Reparations” in Politics and the Past (Torpey, ed.) (Rowman & Littlefield, 2003); “A Reparations Success Story” in When Sorry Isn't Enough: The Controversy Over Apologies and Reparations for Human Injustice (Brooks, ed.) (New York University Press, 1999); “Japanese American Narratives” in When Sorry Isn't Enough: The Controversy Over Apologies and Reparations for Human Injustice (Brooks, ed.) (New York University Press, 1999); “Japanese American Reparations and the American Political Process: A Unique Achievement” in When Sorry Isn't Enough: The Controversy Over Apologies and Reparations for Human Injustice (Brooks, ed.) (New York University Press, 1999); “Not Even an Apology?” in When Sorry Isn't Enough: The Controversy Over Apologies and Reparations for Human Injustice (Brooks, ed.) (New York University Press, 1999); “Redress for Racism?” in When Sorry Isn't Enough: The Controversy Over Apologies and Reparations for Human Injustice (Brooks, ed.) (New York University Press, 1999); “Slave Narratives” in When Sorry Isn't Enough: The Controversy Over Apologies and Reparations for Human Injustice (Brooks, ed.) (New York University Press, 1999); “The Age of Apology” in When Sorry Isn't Enough: The Controversy Over Apologies and Reparations for Human Injustice (Brooks, ed.) (New York University Press, 1999); “The Constitutionality of Black Reparations” in When Sorry Isn't Enough: The Controversy Over Apologies and Reparations for Human Injustice (with Bittker) (Brooks, ed.) (New York University Press, 1999); “What Form Redress?” in When Sorry Isn't Enough: The Controversy Over Apologies and Reparations for Human Injustice (Brooks, ed.) (New York University Press, 1999); “What Price Reconciliation?” in When Sorry Isn't Enough: The Controversy Over Apologies and Reparations for Human Injustice (Brooks, ed.) (New York University Press, 1999); “Wild Reparations?” in When Sorry Isn't Enough: The Controversy Over Apologies and Reparations for Human Injustice (Brooks, ed.) (New York University Press, 1999); and “Affirmative Action” in Strategies for Argument: A Reader and Sourcebook (Spurgin, ed.) (Blair Press, 1992).

    “Symposium Issue - "Juridical Subordination"” in 52 San Diego Law Review 825 (with Kelly C. Smith ) (2015); “Helping Minorities by Ending Affirmative Action? A Review of Mismatch: How Affirmative Action Hurts Students It's Intended to Help, and Why Universities Won't Admit It” in 6 Georgetown Journal of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives 69 (2014); “Post-Conflict Justice in the Aftermath of Modern Slavery” in 46 George Washington International Law Review 243 (2014); “Cultural Diversity: It's All About the Mainstream” in 95 The Monist 17 (2012); “Making the Case for Atonement in 'Post-Racial America'” in 14 Journal of Gender, Race & Justice 665 (2011); “In Defense of the Black/White Binary: Reclaiming a Tradition of Civil Rights Scholarship” in 12 Berkeley Journal of African-American Law & Policy 107 (with Widner) (2010); “The Crisis of the Black Politician in the Age of Obama” in 53 Howard Law Journal 699 (2010); “Toward a Post-Atonement America: The Supreme Court's Atonement for Slavery and Jim Crow” in 57 Kansas Law Review 739 (2009); “Conley and Twombly: A Critical Race Theory Perspective” in 52 Howard Law Journal 31 (2008); “Affirmative Action in Higher Education: What Canada Can Take from American Experience” in 23 Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 193 (2005); “Affirmative Action- American Democracy and Higher Education for Black Americans: The Lingering-Effects Theory” in 7 Journal of Law & Social Challenges 1 (2005); “The Slave Redress Cases” in 27 North Carolina Central Law Journal 130 (2005); “Brown v. Board of Education Fifty Years Later: A Critical Race Theory Perspective” in 47 Howard Law Journal 581 (2004); “Getting Reparations for Slavery Right - A Response to Posner and Vermeule” in 80 Notre Dame Law Review 251 (2004); “Toward a Perpetrator-Focused Model of Slave Redress” in 6 Afro-American Law & Policy Report 49 (2004); “Ancient Slavery versus American Slavery: A Distinction with a Difference” in 33 University of Memphis Law Review 265 (2003); “Rehabilitative Reparations for the Judicial Process” in 58 New York University Annual Survey of American Law 475 (2003); “Slave-Redress Litigation in the United States” in 22 Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 119 (2003); “The Use of Policy in Judicial Reasoning: A Reconceptualization Before and After Bush v. Gore” in 13 Stanford Law and Policy Review 33 (2002); “Critical Theory Applied to Title VII” in California Labor and Employment Law Quarterly 9 (with Kim) (2000); “Public Interest Affirmative Action” in 31 University of San Francisco Law Review 807 (1997); “A Roadmap Through Title VII's Procedural and Remedial Labyrinth” in 24 Southwestern Law Review 511 (1995); “Analyzing Black Self-Esteem in the Post-Brown Era” in 4 Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review 201 (1995); “Feminist Jurisdiction: Toward an Understanding of Feminist Procedure” in 43 Kansas Law Review 317 (1995); “Critical Race Theory and Classic-Liberal Scholarship: A Distinction Without A Difference?” in 82 California Law Review 787 (with Newborn) (1994); “Critical Race Theory: A Proposed Structure and Application to Federal Pleadings” in 11 Harvard Blackletter Law Journal 85 (1994); “Race as an Under-Inclusive and Over-Inclusive Concept” in 1 Afro-American Law & Policy Report 9 (1994); “A Critical Race Theory Critique of the Right to a Jury Trial Under Title VII” in 5 University of Florida Journal of Law & Public Policy 159 (1993); “The Essential Purpose and Analytical Structure of Personal Jurisdiction Law” in 27 Indiana Law Review 361 (1993); “Aristotle and Western Liberalism: The Fundamental Tenets of Judge A. Leon Higginbotham's Scholarship” in 9 Law and Justice 419 (1991); “The Ecology of Inequality: The Rise of the African American Underclass” in 8 Harvard Blackletter Law Journal 1 (1991); “Beyond Civil Rights Restoration Legislation: Restructuring Title VII” in 34 St. Louis University Law Journal 551 (1990); “The Affirmative Action Issue: Law, Policy, and Morality” in 22 Connecticut Law Review 323 (1990); “The Structure of Individual Disparate Treatment Litigation After Hopkins” in 6 The Labor Lawyer 215 (1990); “The New Law of Affirmative Action” in 40 ABA Labor Law Journal 611 (1989); “A Preface to Theories or Levels of Judicial Analysis” in 1 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 131 (1988); “Racial Subordination Through Formal Equal Opportunity” in 25 San Diego Law Review 879 (1988); “Anti-Minority Mindset in the Law School Personnel Process: Toward An Understanding of Racial Mindsets” in 5 Law and Inequality Journal 1 (1987); “Civil Rights Scholarship: A Proposed Agenda for the Twenty-First Century” in 20 University of San Francisco Law Review 397 (1986); “Life After Tenure: Can Minority Law Professors Avoid The Clyde Ferguson Syndrome?” in 20 University of San Francisco Law Review 419 (1986); “The Federal Loan Guarantee Program: A Unified Approach” in 10 Journal of Corporation Law 185 (with Cheever) (1984); “Affirmative Action in Law Teaching” in 14 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 15 (1982); “In Defense of Court-Ordered Busing” in 28 Yale Law Reporter 26 (1981); “Currency Translations in the Registration Statements of Foreign Issuers” in 35 ABA Business Lawyer 435 (1980); “Rule 10b-5 in the Balance: An Analysis of the Supreme Court's Policy Perspective” in 32 Hastings Law Journal 403 (1980); “Small Business Financing Alternatives Under the Securities Act of 1933” in 13 UC Davis Law Review 543 (1980); “Use of the Civil Rights Act of 1866 and 1871 to Redress Employment Discrimination” in 62 Cornell Law Review 258 (1977); and “Skyjacking and Refugees: The Effect of the Hague Convention Upon Asylum” in 16 Harvard International Law Journal 93 (1975).

    Judging Justice Alito San Diego Union-Tribune (November 4, 2005); Despite Promise, Many Blacks Still Lag Behind San Diego Union-Tribune (May 14, 2004); A Compromise on Affirmative Action San Diego Union-Tribune (October 13, 1996); Reforming the Judiciary San Diego Union-Tribune (November 19, 1995); Challenging Affirmative Action Misinformation San Diego Union-Tribune (April 16, 1995); Post-Mortem: What Went Wrong With Guinier Nomination: Oversimplified Discussion of Quotas is Still a Problem San Diego Union-Tribune (June 16, 1993); The Painful Realities of Integrated Schools The Hartford Courant (February 28, 1993); Making King a Federal Case Could Produce the Same Result San Diego Union-Tribune (May 7, 1992); Will Hearings Stifle Harassment Claims? San Diego Union-Tribune (October 20, 1991); and What About Souter's Human Resume? The New York Times (August 1, 1990).

    Brooks' presentations and conferences include Presenter at International Conference Center at Hiroshima, Japan in , (July 1, 2017); "Racial Subordination " at at Latham & Watkins LLP in , (April 13, 2017); "Diversity and Inclusion" as presenter at Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hamptom LLP at in , (January 26, 2017); "Racial Inequality Today" at San Diego Regional Alliance for Fair Housing 2016 Annual Meeting at San Diego Mission Trails Regional Park Interpretive Center Meeting Room in San Diego, Calif. (April 14, 2016); "Racial Inequality Today" at San Diego Regional Alliance for Fair Housing at San Diego Mission Trails Regional Park Interpretive Center Meeting Room in San Diego, Calif. (April 14, 2016); "International Redress Theory" at Diversity Banquet at University of San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (April 12, 2016); "Disparate Impact Liability Under the Fiar Housing Act" at 23rd Annual Fair Housing Laws and Litigation Conference at San Diego Town and Country Resort and Conventions Center in San Diego, Calif. (February 2, 2016); "Post-Conflict Justice" at at JeJu National Univeristy in JeJu, (March 13, 2015); "Redressing American Slavery: Arguments For and Against" at at Hokkaido National University in Hokkaido, (March 9, 2015); and "Racial Justice in the Age of Obama" as presenter at 21st Annual Fair Housing Laws and Litigation Conference at San Diego Town and Country Resort and Conventions Center in San Diego, Calif. (February 13, 2014).

    Christensen, Leah

    Christensen's publications include "LEARNING PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY: FROM THE CLASSROOM TO THE PRACTICE OF LAW", no. 2nd (with Brooks Holland) (West Academic Publishing, 2018); “The Short and Happy Guide to the MPRE" (West Academic Publishing, 2017); “The Weekend MPRE: A Complete Guide to the MPRE in Only a Weekend’s Time" (West Academic Publishing, 2016); “1L OF A YEAR”: RESEARCH-BASED LEARNING STRATEGIES TO MAXIMIZE YOUR SUCCESS IN LAW SCHOOL" (Carolina Academic Press, 2012); and “THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX: A HANDBOOK FOR LAW STUDENTS WHO LEARN DIFFERENTLY" (Carolina Academic Press, 2010).

    Law Students Who Learn Differently: A Narrative Case Study of Three Law Students with Attention Deficit Disorder ” in (2018); “The Attorney-Client Privilege in U.S. and China” in (2012); “Legal Reading and Success in Law School: The Reading Strategies of Law Students with Attention Deficit Disorder” in (2010); “Predicting Law School Success: A Study of Goal Orientations, Academic Achievement and the Declining Self-Efficacy of our Law Students” in (2009); “Navigating the Article Selection Process: An Empirical Study of Those With All the Power - Student Editors” in 59 South Carolina Law Review 465 (with Julie A. Oseid) (2008); “Going Back to Kindergarten: Considering the Application of Waldorf Principles to Legal Education” in (2007); “Legal Reading and Law School Success: An Empirical Study” in 30 Seattle University Law Review 603 (2007); and “The Psychology of Case Briefing: A Powerful Cognitive Schema” in (2006).

    Claus, Laurence

    Claus' publications include Law's Evolution and Human Understanding (Oxford University Press, 2012).

    Vindicating Judicial Supremacy” in Moral Puzzles and Legal Perplexities: Essays on the Influence of Larry Alexander (Heidi M. Hurd, ed.) (Cambridge University Press, 2018); and “Separation of Powers and Parliamentary Government” in Global Perspectives on Constitutional Law (Amar, and Tushnet, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2009).

    “The Framers' Compromise, review of Michael Klarman, The Framers' Coup” in 67 American Journal of Comparative Law (forthcoming 2019); “Enumeration and the Silences of Constitutional Federalism” in 16 International Journal of Constitutional Law 904 (2018); “The Divided Executive” in 13 Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy 25 (2018); “Law's Evolution and Human Understanding” in 51 San Diego Law Review 953 (2014); “Constitutional Courts as 'Positive Legislators'” in 58 The American Journal of Comparative Law 479 (with Kay) (2010); “The Empty Idea of Authority” in 2009 University of Illinois Law Review 1301 (2009); “Methodology, Proportionality, Equality: Which Moral Question Does the Eighth Amendment Pose?” in 31 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 35 (2008); “The One Court That Congress Cannot Take Away: Singularity, Supremacy, and Article III” in 96 Georgetown Law Journal 59 (2007); “Constitutional Guarantees of the Judiciary: Jurisdiction, Tenure, and Beyond” in 54 The American Journal of Comparative Law 459 (2006); “Montesquieu's Mistakes and the True Meaning of Separation” in 25 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 419 (2005); “Protecting Rights from Rights: Enumeration, Disparagement, and the Ninth Amendment” in 79 Notre Dame Law Review 585 (2004); “The Antidiscrimination Eighth Amendment” in 28 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 119 (2004); “Budgetary Federalism in the United States” in 50 The American Journal of Comparative Law 581 (2002); “'Uniform Throughout the United States:' Limits on Taxing as Limits on Spending” in 18 Constitutional Commentary 517 (2001); “Federalism and the Judges: How the Americans Made Us What We Are” in 74 Australian Law Journal 107 (2000); and “Implication and the Concept of a Constitution” in 69 Australian Law Journal 887 (1995).

    Claus' presentations and conferences include "Deciding Distribution" as presenter at The National Conference of Constitutional Law Scholars at Tucson, Arizona in , Ariz. (March 9, 2019); "Deciding Distribution" as presenter at Third International Biennial Public Law Conference at Melbourne Law School in , (July 13, 2018); "The Divided Executive" as presenter at Amending the Constitution Symposium at Duke University School of Law in Durham, N.C. (February 2, 2018); "Vindicating Judicial Supremacy" at Legacy of Larry Alexander Conference at Yale Law School in New Haven, Conn. (May 15, 2017); and "Enumeration and the Silences of Constitutional Federalism" as presenter at International Symposium on Constitutional Silence at Trinity College Dublin in Dublin, (September 1, 2016).

    Cole, Kevin

    Cole's publications include The Little White Book of Baseball Law (with Minan) (ABA Publishing, 2009); Federal Sentencing Guidelines Handbook (with Haines, and Woll) (Shepard's/McGraw-Hill, 1996); and Federal Sentencing and Forfeiture Guide (with Haines, and Woll) (James Publishing, 1990).

    “Affirmative Consent, by Way of the Intoxication Defense” in 2017 University of Illinois Law Review 47 (2017); “Sex and the Single Malt Girl: How Voluntary Intoxication Affects Consent” in Montana Law Review (2017); “Backpedalling in Place: The ALI's Move from "Affirmative" to "Contextual" Consent” in (2016); and “Better Sex Through Criminal Law: Proxy Crimes, Covert Negligence, and Other Difficulties of "Affirmative Consent" in the ALI's Draft Sexual Assault Provisions” in 53 San Diego Law Review 507 (2016).

    Expanding the Right to a Jury Trial San Diego Union-Tribune (2004); and An Assault on Our Civil Rights? Hardly San Diego Union-Tribune (2002).

    Cole's presentations and conferences include "Sexual Assault Law" at Browning Symposium at University of Montana Law School in Missoula, Mont. (October 1, 2016); "Miranda and the Future of Police Interrogation" as moderator at at University of San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (March 7, 2000); "The Role of Benefit in the Criminal Law" as presenter at Association of American Law Schools at in New Orleans, La. (January 9, 1999); and "The Federal Sentencing Guidelines" as panelist at at University of San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (November 1, 1991).

    Dallas, Lynne

    Dallas' publications include Law and Public Policy: A Socioeconomic Approach (Carolina Academic Press, 2005); Developments in U.S. Boards of Directors and The Multiple Roles of Corporate Boards (Sarra, ed.) (British Columbia Press, 2002); and Direktorski Odbor in Delni?arski Aktivizem v. Zda in Slovenijo (with Bainbridge, and Bohinc) (Ljubljana, 2001).

    “Doctrinal Divisions and Issues in Business Associations” in Encyclopedia of Law and Society American and Global Perspectives, no. 2nd (Clark, ed.) (Sage Publications, 2006); “Enron and Corporate Climates” in Enron: Corporate Fiascos and Legal Implications (Rapoport, Bala, and Dharan, eds.) (Foundation Press, 2004); “The Global Board of Directors: A Proposal for Reform” in Perspectives on Company Law (Patfield, ed.) (Kluwer Academic Press, 1996); and “Working Toward a New Paradigm” in Progressive Corporate Law (Mitchell, ed.) (Westview Press, 1995).

    “Is There Hope for Change? The Evolution of Conceptions of "Good" Corporate Governance” in San Diego Law Review (2017); “Long-Term Shareholders and Time-Phased Voting” in 40 Delaware Journal of Corporate Law 541 (with Jordan Barry) (2016); “Short-Termism, the Financial Crisis, and Corporate Governance” in 37 Journal of Corporation Law 265 (2012); “Corporate Ethics in the Health Care Marketplace” in 3 Seattle Journal for Social Justice 213 (2004); “Teaching Law and Socioeconomics” in 41 San Diego Law Review 11 (2004); “A Preliminary Inquiry into the Responsibility of Corporations and Their Directors and Officers for Corporate Climate: The Psychology of Enron's Demise” in 35 Rutgers Law Review 1 (2003); “Comment on Brian R. Cheffins, Dividends as a Substitute for Corporate Law: The Separation of Ownership and Control in the United Kingdom” in 63 Washington and Lee Law Review 1339 (2003); “Law and Socio-Economics in Legal Education” in 55 Rutgers Law Review 855 (2003); “The Multiple Roles of Corporate Boards” in 40 San Diego Law Review 781 (2003); “The New Managerialism and Diversity on Corporate Boards of Directors” in 76 Tulane Law Review 1363 (2002); “Two Models of Corporate Governance: Beyond Berle and Means” in 22 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 19 (1998); “Proposals for Reform of Corporate Boards of Directors: The Dual Board and Corporate Ombudsperson” in 54 Washington and Lee Law Review 1 (1997); “The Relational Board: Three Theories of Corporate Boards of Directors” in 22 Journal of Corporation Law 1 (1996); “Limited-Time Simulations in Business Law Classes” in 45 Journal of Legal Education 1 (1992); and “The Control and Conflicts of Interest Voting Systems” in 71 North Carolina Law Review 1 (1992).

    Dallas' presentations and conferences include "Teaching and Scholarship in a Polarized Society" as moderator and participant at AALS Annual Meeting at in San Diego, Calif. (January 4, 2018); "Is There Hope for Change? The Evolution of Conceptions of "Good" Corporate Governance" as presenter at 2017 National Business Law Scholars Conference at University of Utah School of Law in , (June 1, 2017); "The Future of Corporate Governance: How Do we Get From Here to Where We Need to Go?" at AALS Annual Meeting, Section on Socio-Economics at in , (January 4, 2017); "Corporate Law, Governance and Purpose - Looking Back and Looking Forward" at at Washington and Lee University School of Law in Lexington, Va. (October 22, 2016); "Going Beyond SRI as Presently Understood" at It's Time: The Temporal Dimensions of Responible Investing at University of British Columbia Law Faculty in , (June 20, 2016); "CEO Pay Ratios: SEC Rules and Behavioral Implications" at Law and Society 2016 Annual Meeting at in New Orleans, La. (June 4, 2016); "Long-Term Shareholders and Time-Phased Voting" at Law and Society 2014 Annual Meeting at in Minneapolis, Minn. (June 1, 2014); "Financial Markets" at at University of british Columbia Law Faculty in Vancouver-Bowen Isla, (August 26, 2013); "Implications of the Financial Crisis for Corporate Governance" at Socio-Economic Strategies for Economic Prosperity, Panel, Corporate Personhood, Fiduciary Duites, social Responsibility, and Governance at AALS Section on Law and Socio-Economics in New Orleans, La. (January 4, 2013); "Corporate Governance Reforms and Common Sense Regulation of Sophisticated Financial Markets" at Society of Socio-Economists Annual Meeting at in New Orleans, La. (January 3, 2013); "Harvard Law School Roundtable on Encouraging Long-Term Value in the Public Corporation - The Role of Corporate Governance" at at in Boston, Mass. (September 1, 2012); "Short-Termism, the Financial Crisis, and Corporate Governance" at SASE Annual Meeting at MIT in Cambridge, Mass. (June 30, 2012); "Regulating Transnational Companies: The SHERPA REPROT" at SASE Annual Meeting at MIT in Cambridge, Mass. (June 28, 2012); "Short-Termism, the Financial Crisis, and Regulatory Responses" at Law and Economics Society at University of California, Irvine - School of Law in Irvine, Calif. (September 22, 2011); "Short-Termism, the Financial Crisis, and Gorporate Governance" at Law and Society Annual Meeting at in San Francisco, Calif. (June 3, 2011); "Short-Termism, the Financial Crisis, and Corporate Governance" at Business Capstone Course at University of British Columbia Law Faculty in Vancouver-Bowen Isla, (February 7, 2011); "The Regulation of Financial Markets and Feminist Legal Theory" at Feminist Legal Theory Workshop at University of British Columbia Law Faculty in Vancouver-Bowen Isla, (February 7, 2011); "Innovative Teaching: Law and Socio-Economics Seminars" at AALS 2011 Annual Meeting at in San Francisco, Calif. (January 6, 2011); "The Financial Crisis, Corporate and Long-Term Shareholder Value" at AA:S 2011 Annual Meeting at in San Francisco, Calif. (January 6, 2011); "Short-Termism, The Financial Crisis, and Corporate Governance" at Society of Socio-Economists Annual Meeting at University of California, Berkeley in Berkeley, Calif. (January 4, 2011); "Socio-Economics in the Academy and teh Economy Workshop" at Society of Socio-Economists Annual Meeting at University of California, Berkeley in Berkeley, Calif. (January 4, 2011); "Caring Too Much About Stock Prices: Managerial Short-terminism and the Empowerment of Institutional Shareholders Based on teh Characteristics of thier Portfolios" at Corporate and Securities Law, law and Society Association Annual Meeting at in , (May 29, 2010); "Rethinking Economics and Law after the Great Recession " at Class Crits Workshop at Baldy Center for law & Social Policy, University at Buffalo law School in Buffalo, N.Y. (May 17, 2010); "Short-Termism, The Financial Crisis and Corporate Governance" at Panel on Evolutionary Regulation: Rethinking the Role of Regulation in Economy and Society, 22nd SASE Annual Meeting on Governance Across Boarders: Coordination, Regulation, and Contestation in the Gl at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pa. (January 25, 2010); "Caring Too Much About Stock Prices: Managerial Myopia and Institutional Shareholders" at Berle's Footsteps at Adoph A. Berle, Jr. Center on Corporations, olaw and Society, Seattle University School of Law in Seattle, Wash. (November 8, 2009); "Federal Financial Regulator Reform" at The 80th Anniversary of the Great Crash of 1929: Law, markets, and the Role of the State at Chapman University School of Law in Orange, Calif. (October 30, 2009); "Challenges Facing the Courts: Future of the Legal Profession" at at University of San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (October 30, 2008); "Corporate Social Responsibility on the Ground: Cellular Companies and Neighborhoods" at 2008 Joint Meetings of the Law and Society Association and the Canadian Law Society, Changing Perspectives on the Corporate Board, Its Role and Functions at in Montreal, (June 1, 2008); "Changes in the Composition and behavior of Corporate Boards of Directors Since Sarbanes-Oxley" at Seattle University Corporate Scholars Conference at University of Seattle Center on Corporations, Law and Society in Seattle, Wash. (June 1, 2007); "Reflections on the Direction of Corporate Governanace Since Sarbanes-Oxley" at Center on Business Law & Policy Symposium: Corporate Governance Five Years After Sarbanes-Oxley: Is There Real Change? at New York Law School in New York, N.Y. (April 13, 2007); "Teaching Law and Socioeconomics" at AALS Annual Meeting, Section on Socio-Economics at in , (January 3, 2007); "Developing Economies and OHADA: Defining the Purpose of Business Organizations" at Law and Society Annual Meeting at in Baltimore, Md. (July 8, 2006); "Dividends as a Substitute for Corporate Law" at Understandign Corporate Law Through History at Washington and Lee University School of Law in Lexington City, Va. (May 24, 2006); "The Coordination Theory of the Firm and A Feminist Approach to Corporate Law" at Law and Society Annual Meeting at in Las Vegas, Nev. (June 2, 2005); "Possibilities of Reform, Corporate Misbehavior by Elite Decision-Makers" at at Brooklyn Law School in Brooklyn Law, N.Y. (June 12, 2004); "Teaching Law and Socioeconomics, socioeconomics and Human Behavior, and The Future of Socioeconomics" at AALS Annual Meeting, Section on Socio-Economics at in , (June 3, 2004); "Ciroirate Social Respnsibility, Markets and the Law" at Law and Society Annual Meeting at in , (May 30, 2004); "An Introduction to Socioeconomics" at Villanova University School of Law Faculty Workshop at Villanova University in Villanova, Pa. (April 24, 2004); "Law and Socioeconomics" at Speaker Series for law and Economics Seminar at University of British Columbia Law Faculty in Vancouver-Bowen Isla, (March 26, 2004); "Organizational Ethical Climates, Corporate Ethics and Governance in the Health Care Marketplace" at at Seattle University Center on Corporations law & Society,, the Pacific Northwest Center for Health, L in Seattle, Wash. (February 27, 2004); "Organizational Ethical Climates, Corporate Ethics and Governance in the Health Care Marketplace" at at University of British Columbia Law Faculty in Vancouver-Bowen Isla, (February 27, 2004); "Organizational Ethical Climates, Corporate Ethics and Governance in the Health Care Marketplace" at at Pacific Northwest Center for Health, Law & Policy in , (February 24, 2004); "Corporate Managers and Executive Compensation" at Sloan Project on business Institutions, Restoring Trust in America's business Institutions at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. (November 6, 2003); "gender and Economics: International and Domestic Perspectives" at 25th Anniversary National Association of Women Judges, 2003 Annual Conference at in , (October 8, 2003); "Corporations in Modern Society I: Attempts to Affect Corporate Culture" at Law and Society Annual Meeting at in Pittsburg, Pa. (June 5, 2003); "Courses in Law and Socio-Economics and teh Future of Socio-Economics" at AALS Annual Meeting, Section on Socio-Economics at in Washington, D.C. (2003); "Teaching Law and Economics " at AALS Annual Meeting, Section on Socio-Economics at in Washington, D.C. (2003); "Teaching Micro-Economics From a Socio Economic Perspective" at AALS Annual Meeting, Section on Socio-Economics at in Washington, D.C. (2003); "Panel on Corporate Ethics: An Oxymoron? Lessons from Enron adn WorldCom" at Alumni Program at University of San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (October 5, 2002); "Panel on Where Was the Board? " at Symposium on Enron & Its Aftermath at St. John's Law School in Queens, N.Y. (September 20, 2002); "Symposium on Socio-Economics and Corporate Law: The enw Corporate Social Responsibility" at at Tulane Law School in New Orleans, La. (April 1, 2002); "Teaching Law & SocioEonomics and the Future of Socio-Economics" at AALS Annual Meeting at in New Orleans, La. (January 4, 2002); "Teaching Socio-Economics and Law" at Annual Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics at University of Amsterdam in Amsterdam, (July 1, 2001); "Comparison of Unitary and Two Tired Board Systems" at Annual Meeting of teh Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics at University of Amsterdam in Amsterdam, (June 30, 2001); "Path Dependence and Convergence in the Corporate Law Respecting Boards of Directors in the United States and Slovenia" at University of San Diego School of Law Faculty Colloquium at University of San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (2001); "Roundatable on Corporate Law" at at University of California, Berkeley in Berkeley, Calif. (2001); "teaching a Law and Socio-Economics Course" at AALS Annual Meeting at in San Francisco, Calif. (2001); "Trust and Multinational Corporations " at 12th annual Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics at London School of Economics in London, Calif. (July 10, 2000); "Understanding Corporations' Responses to Shareholder Proposals Under the Power Coalition Model " at Feminism and Legal Theory Conversation: Corporations and Capitalism at Cornell Law School in Ithaca, N.Y. (June 2, 2000); "Diversity and Stakeholder Captialism" at Corporations in Society, Part II: Gender, Race, and Social discourse, Annual meeting of Law and Society at in Miami, Fla. (May 27, 2000); "Roundtable on Socio-Economic Perspectives on Corporate Law and Responsibility " at at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. (2000); and "The Great Antitrust Experiment: A Business Historian's Perspective" at The Role of the Corporation in Modern Society, Inaugural Conference of the Sloan Program for the Study of Business and Society at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. (October 1, 1999).

    Dalton, Margaret

    Dalton's publications include “Did He Really Do That? How to Use Behavior Data to Make Legal Arguments” in Council of Parent Advocates and Attorneys Annual Compendium of Materials (with Lehman) (2013); and “Today's Teenagers: A Special Report” in Encyclopedia Americana Yearbook (Scholastic, 2000).

    Forgotten Children: Rethinking the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act behavior Provisions” in 27 American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy and the Law 137 (2019); and “Education Rights and the Special Needs Child” in Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America (2002).

    San Diego Graduation Requirements Miss the Mark San Diego Union-Tribune (November 19, 2015).

    Dalton's presentations and conferences include "Authority for the Rights of Students in Special Education" as presenter at SDSU Educational Leadership Program at in , (April 25, 2017); "Authority forthe Rights of disabled Students in Public Education in the United States" as presenter at San Diego Diplomacy Council, Delegation of Chinese Professionals at in San Diego, Calif. (March 16, 2017); "Critical Components and Pitfalls in Special Education Law" at at SDSU Educational Leadership Program in San Diego, Calif. (April 19, 2016); "Key Trends in Special Education Law" as presenter at Disability Rights California State-Wide Trainint at in Sacramento, Calif. (October 11, 2015); "A Multidisciplinary Approach to Addressing Issues that Affect Families in the Dependency System" as panelist at Join Law Office Training at San Diego Superior Court in San Diego, Calif. (March 19, 2015); "What Does the Law Require to Accommodate Those with Special Needs? " at at San Diego Psych-Law Society in San Diego, Calif. (February 27, 2015); "The Five Commandments of Special Education" as presenter at National Association of Counsel for Children, National Conference Presenter (with ALJ) at in Denver, Colo. (August 19, 2014); and "Ask the Experts" as panelist at Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation at in La Jolla, Calif. (February 9, 2014).

    Devitt, Michael

    Devitt's publications include “Improper Deportation of Legal Permanent Residents: The U.S. Government's Mischaracterization of the Supreme Court's Decision in Nijhawan v. Holder” in 15 International Law Journal 1 (2013).

    Dripps, Donald

    Dripps' publications include Criminal Law and Procedure: Cases and Materials, no. 12th (with Boyce, and Perkins) (Foundation Press, 2013); Teacher's Manual for Criminal Law and Procedure, no. 12th (Foundation Press, 2013); and About Guilt and Innocence: The Origins, Development, and Future of Constitutional Criminal Procedure (Greenwood Press, 2003).

    “Understanding Due Process” (in the Cambridge Companion to the Constitution) in (Karren Orren, and John Compton, eds.) (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2016); “The Substance-Procedure Relationship in Criminal Law” in Philosophical Foundations of Criminal Law p.409 (Duff, and Green, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2011); “Rape, Law, and American Society” in Rethinking Rape Law: International and Comparative Perspectives p.224 (McGlynn, and Munro, eds.) (Routledge-Cavendish, 2010); “Fifth Amendment—Self-Incrimination Clause” in The Heritage Guide to the Constitution p.335 (Forte, Meese, and Spalding, eds.) (Regnery Publishing, 2005); “Sixth Amendment—Right-to-Counsel Clause” in The Heritage Guide to the Constitution p.357 (Forte, Meese, and Spalding, eds.) (Regnery Publishing, 2005); “Criminal Justice Process” in Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice p.362, no. 2nd (Dressler, ed.) (Macmillan Reference USA, 2002); “Exclusionary Rule” in Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice p.629, no. 2nd (Dressler, ed.) (Macmillan Reference USA, 2002); “Precommitment and Prohibition” in The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and the Law p.75 (Newman, ed.) (Palgrave Macmillan, 1998); and “The Miranda Rules (Update)” in Encyclopedia of the American Constitution p.330 (Karst, Levy, and Winkler, eds.) (Macmillan Reference USA, 1992).

    “"Perspectives on the Fourth Amendment" Forty Years Later: Toward an Inclusive Regulatory Model” in 100 Minnesota Law Review 1885 (2016); “Guilt, Innocence, and Due Process of Plea Bargaining” in 57 William and Mary Law Review 1343 (2016); “The Civil Sdie of Criminal Procedures” in 14 Ohio State Law Journal (2016); “Race and Crime Sixty Years After Brown v. Board of Education” in 52 San Diego Law Review 899 (2015); “Does Liberal Procedure Cause Punitive Substance? Preliminary Evidence from Some Natural Experiments” in 87 Southern California Law Review 459 (2014); “'Dearest Property': Digital Evidence and the History of Private 'Papers' as Special Objects of Search and Seizure” in 103 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 49 (2013); “Why Gideon Failed: Politics and Feedback Loops in the Reform of Criminal Justice” in 70 Washington and Lee Law Review 833 (2013); “Plea Bargaining and the Supreme Court: The End of the Beginning?” in 25 Federal Sentencing Reporter 55 (2012); “Responding to the Challenges of Contextual Change and Legal Dynamism in Interpreting the Fourth Amendment” in 81 Mississippi Law Journal 1085 (2012); “Up from Gideon” in 45 Texas Tech Law Review 113 (2012); “On Reach and Grasp in Criminal Procedure: Crawford in California ” in 37 North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 349 (2011); “Controlling the Damage Done by Crawford v. Washington: Three Constructive Proposals” in 7 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 521 (2010); “The 'New' Exclusionary Rule Debate: From 'Still Preoccupied with 1985' to 'Virtual Deterrence'” in 37 Fordham Urban Law Journal 743 (2010); “The Fourth Amendment, the Exclusionary Rule, and the Roberts Court: Normative and Empirical Dimensions of the Over-Deterrence Hypothesis” in 86 Chicago-Kent Law Review 209 (2010); “Recreational Drug Regulation: A Plea for Responsibility” in 2009 Utah Law Review 117 (2009); “Rehabilitating Bentham's Theory of Excuses” in 42 Texas Tech Law Review 383 (2009); “The Fourteenth Amendment, the Bill of Rights, and the (First) Criminal Procedure Revolution” in 18 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 469 (2009); “The Priority of Politics and Procedure Over Perfectionism in Penal Law, OR, Blackmail in Perspective” in 3 Criminal Law & Philosophy 247 (2009); “After Rape Law: Will the Turn to Consent Normalize the Law of Sexual Assault?” in 41 Akron Law Review 957 (2008); “Is the Privilege Against Private Discrimination an Artifact or an Icon? ” in 43 San Diego Law Review 1063 (2007); “Justice Harlan on Criminal Procedure: Two Cheers for the Legal Process School” in 3 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 125 (2005); “Overcriminalization, Discretion, Waiver: A Survey of Possible Exit Strategies” in 109 Penn State Law Review 1155 (2005); “Three Tensions, and One Omission, in the Case for the Federal Marriage Amendment” in 42 San Diego Law Review 935 (2005); “Ineffective Assistance of Ineffective Assistance Claims: Some Uncomfortable Reflections on Massaro v. United States” in 42 Brandeis Law Review 33 (2004); “The Fourth Amendment and the Fallacy of Composition: Determinacy Versus Legitimacy in a Regime of Bright-Line Rules” in 73 Mississippi Law Journal 341 (2004); “Fundamental Retribution Error: Criminal Justice and the Social Psychology of Blame ” in 56 Vanderbilt Law Review 1383 (2003); “Terror and Tolerance: Criminal Justice for the New Age of Anxiety” in 1 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 9 (2003); “Constitutional Theory for Criminal Procedure: Miranda, Dickerson, and the Continuing Quest for Broad-but-Shallow” in 43 William and Mary Law Review 1 (2001); “On the Costs of Uniformity, and the Prospects of Dualism in Constitutional Criminal Procedure” in 45 St. Louis University Law Journal 433 (2001); “The Case for the Contingent Exclusionary Rule” in 38 American Criminal Law Review 1 (2001); “Is the Miranda Caselaw Really Inconsistent? A Proposed Fifth Amendment Synthesis” in 17 Constitutional Commentary 19 (2000); “Miscarriages of Justice and the Constitution” in 2 Buffalo Criminal Law Review 635 (1999); “The Variola Variation” in 16 Constitutional Commentary 511 (1999); “The Liberal Critique of the Harm Principle” in 17 Criminal Justice Ethics 3 (1998); “Ineffective Assistance of Counsel: The Case for an 'Ex Ante' Parity Standard” in 88 The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 242 (1997); “Akhil Amar on Criminal Procedure and Constitutional Law: 'Here I Go Down that Wrong Road Again'” in 74 North Carolina Law Review 1560 (1996); “For a Negative, Normative Model of Consent, With a Comment on Preference-Skepticism” in 2 Legal Theory 113 (1996); “Police, Plus Perjury, Equals Polygraphy” in 86 The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 693 (1996); “Relevant but Prejudicial Exculpatory Evidence: Rationality Versus Jury Trial and the Right to Put on a Defense ” in 69 Southern California Law Review 1389 (1996); “The Exclusivity of the Criminal Law: Toward a 'Regulatory Model' of, or 'Pathological Perspective' on, the Civil-Criminal Distinction” in 7 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 199 (1996); “Bowers v. Hardwick and the Law of Standing: Noncases Make Bad Law” in 44 Emory Law Journal 1417 (1995); “At the Borders of the Fourth Amendment: Why a Real Due Process Test Should Replace the Outrageous Government Conduct Defense” in 1993 University of Illinois Law Review 261 (1993); “Criminal Procedure, Footnote Four, and the Theory of Public Choice: OR, Why don't Legislatures Give a Damn about the Rights of the Accused?” in 44 Syracuse Law Review 1079 (1993); “More on Distinguishing Sex, Sexual Expropriation, and Sexual Assault: A Reply to Professor West” in 93 Columbia Law Review 1460 (1993); “Precommitment, Prohibition, and the Problem of Dissent” in 22 The Journal of Legal Studies 255 (1993); “Beyond Rape: An Essay on the Difference Between the Presence of Force and the Absence of Consent” in 92 Columbia Law Review 1780 (1992); “Self-Incrimination and Self-Preservation: A Skeptical View” in 1991 University of Illinois Law Review 329 (1991); “Beyond the Warren Court and its Conservative Critics: Toward a Unified Theory of Constitutional Criminal Procedure” in 23 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 591 (1990); “Delegation and Due Process” in 1988 Duke Law Journal 657 (1988); “Foreward: Against Police Interrogation--and the Privilege Against Self-Incrimination” in 78 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 699 (1988); “The Constitutional Status of the Reasonable Doubt Rule” in 75 California Law Review 1665 (1987); “Living with Leon” in 95 Yale Law Journal 906 (1986); “More on Search Warrants, Good Faith, and Probable Cause” in 95 Yale Law Journal 1424 (1986); and “New Directions for the Regulation of Public Employee Strikes” in 60 NYU Law Review 590 (1985).

    Dripps' presentations and conferences include "Procedure for No Substance, OR, 229 Degrees of Theft" at Osgoode Hall Law School's Conference on the Philosophy of Criminal Procedure at Osgoode Hall in Toronto, (November 6, 2016); "Miranda for the Next Fifty Years: Why the Fifth Amendment Should Go Fourth" at Boston University Law School's Symposium on the Fiftieth Anniversary of Miranda v. Arizona at Boston University School of Law in Boston, Mass. (October 1, 2016); ""Perspectives on the Fourth Amendment" Forty Years Later: Toward an Inclusive Regulatory Model" as presenter at Minnesota Law Review's Centennial Symposium at University of Minnesota Law School in Minneapolis, Minn. (October 2, 2015); and "Reinventing Plea Bargaining" as presenter at Paper for the Robina Institute Conference on The Future of Criminal Law at University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minn. (April 26, 2014).

    Duane, Timothy

    Duane's publications include Shaping the Sierra: Nature, Culture, and Conflict in the Changing West (University of California Press, 1998).

    “Partial Solar Eclipse: Legal Obstacles to Solar Energy Development on Military Lands” in 6 George Washington University Journal of Energy and Environmental Law 1 (with Kuhn) (2014); “Legal, Technical, and Economic Challenges in Integrating Renewable Power Generation into the Electricity Grid” in 4 San Diego Journal of Climate and Energy Law 1 (with Griffith) (2013); “Putting the Dormant Commerce Clause Back to Sleep: Adapting the Doctrine to Support State Renewable Portfolio Standards” in 43 Environmental Law 295 (with Lee) (2013); “Water, Work, Wildlife, and Wilderness: the Collaborative Federal Public Lands Planning Framework for Utility-Scale Solar Energy Development in the Desert Southwest” in 41 Environmental Law 1093 (with McIntyre) (2011); and “Greening the Grid: Implementing Climate Change Policy Through Energy Efficiency, Renewable Portfolio Standards, and Strategic Transmission System Investments” in 34 Vermont Law Review 711 (2010).

    Fellmeth, Robert

    Fellmeth's publications include Cartel Control of Attorney Licensure and the Public Interest (with with Hayes) (forthcoming 2019); California White Collar Crime and Business Litigation, no. 5th (with Papageorge) (Tower, 2016); and Child Rights and Remedies, no. 3rd (Clarity Press, 2011).

    “The Importance of the NC Dental Case” in What Every Harvard Student Should Know p.-6 (2015); “Expert Testimony in Child Related Litigation” in Handbook of Pediatric Forensic Pathology (with Chadwick) (Byard, and Collins, eds.) (Spiriner Publishing, 2014); “Legal Issues” in Child Maltreatment, Physical Abuse and Neglect, no. 4th (Chadwick, Giardino, and Alexander, eds.) (STM Learning, 2014); “Foster Youth: Transitioning from Foster Care Into Self Sufficient Adulthood” in Child Welfare Law and Practice p.483 (with Delgato) (Duquette, and Haralambie, eds.) (Bradford Publishing, 2010); “Foreword to Childhood Denied: Ending the Nightmare of Child Abuse and Neglect by Reardon and Noblet” in Childhood Denied: Ending the Nightmare of Child Abuse and Neglect (Sage Publications, 2009); “Partnering with Pro Bono Counsel on Impact Litigation: Three Examples” in Children's Law Manual Series (with Delgado, and Riehl) (National Association of Counsel for Children, 2009); and “The Child Care System in the United States” in Health and Welfare for Families in the 21st Century, no. 4th (Wallace, ed.) (Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2007).

    “America's Child Welfare System: The Four Missing Priorities” in 9 Whittier Journal of Child and Family Advocacy 101 (2010); “A Century of Government Antitrust Enforcement Under the Cartwright Act” in 17 Competition 173 (with Green, Papageorge, and Tuttle) (2008); and “State-haters, State-lovers, and Orly Lobel” in 120 Harvard Law Review 36 (2007).

    A White Paper on America's Family Values CAI (September 1, 2018); Shame on Us in 88 CAI and First Star (with with Weichel, Riehl, Samuelson, et al.) (April 1, 2018); California Governor's Veto Leaves College Students Adrift San Jose Mercury News (November 30, 2015); Unstoppable, Ralph Nader's Plea to Billionaires (October 2, 2014); Viewpoints: Jerry Brown Neglected Children By Stripping $11 Million from the Budget The Sacramento Bee (June 22, 2014); Selling Heroin?s Legal Cousin Los Angeles Daily Journal (June 12, 2014); Lobbying, campaign system lethal to democracy San Diego Union-Tribune (April 13, 2014); Passive Review and the Proposed Facebook Settlement Los Angeles Daily Journal (July 27, 2013); Passive Review and the Proposed Facebook Settlement Los Angeles Daily Journal (July 27, 2013); California Falls Behind in Child-Abuse Death Disclosure San Diego Union-Tribune (May 31, 2012); State Child Welfare Violations and Federal Non-Enforcement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (April 1, 2012); State Secrecy and Child Deaths in the U.S. in CAI and First Star (with Weichel, Riehl, Samuelson, et al.) (April 1, 2012); A Child's Right to Counsel (2012); On the Restructuring of the State Bar Los Angeles Daily Journal (February 8, 2011); The California Innocence Project: Innocence Lost? in 33 The Guardian (NACC) (with Chadwick) (2011); The Fleecing of Foster Children (with Samuelson, et al.) (2011); Utility Company Spending Millions to Ensure Monopoly San Diego Union-Tribune (May 2, 2010); Book Review of Only the Superrich Can Save Us, by Ralph Nader Harvard Law Record (February 1, 2010); Advocating for the Most Vulnerable Kansas City Star (with Sax) (December 20, 2009); My View: GOP Must Renew Its Conservative Principles The Sacramento Bee (December 24, 2008); Medically Cover Our Children San Diego Union-Tribune (November 30, 2007); and Parenting Our Foster Children San Francisco Chronicle (November 25, 2007).

    Fellmeth's presentations and conferences include "Fostering Quality Postsecondary Education: Policy and Practical Tools" as presenter, presenter, presenter, and presenter at National Association of Counsel for Children at in New Orleans, La. (with Riehl, and Delgado) (August 11, 2017); "Private for-Profit School Abuses" as panelist at National Student Veterans Conference at in Anaheim, Calif. (October 11, 2016); "Public Interest Law and Fair Compensation" as presenter at Breaking Thru Conference at in Washington, D.C. (April 23, 2016); "Regulation Excesses and Deficiencies - When to Regulate, How and by Whom?" as presenter at The California Little Hoover Commission at in Sacramento, Calif. (February 4, 2016); "What to Know Before You Enroll" as presenter at 4th Annual Foster Care Conference at San Diego State University, San Diego Office of Education in San Diego, Calif. (June 24, 2015); "The PUC and the Bagley-Keene Act, a Four Part Proposal Involving Transparency and Ex Parte Contact Limitation" as presenter at California Hoover Commission at in Sacramento, Calif. (October 26, 2014); "Making the Most of Fostering Connections: Helping Transition Age Foster Youth Avoid the Subprime Education Trap" as presenter at Panel Presentation at the Annual Conference of the National Association of Counsel for Children at in Denver, Colo. (with Christina Riehl, and Michael Jackson) (August 18, 2014); and "For-Profit Colleges: Are They a Good Deal of a Path to Bankruptcy? What you need to Know Before you Enroll" as presenter at Panel Presentation at the Foster Care Education Summit at San Diego Marriott in San Diego, Calif. (with Christina Riehl, and Michael Jackson) (June 26, 2014).

    Ferruolo, Stephen

    Ferruolo's publications include The Origins of the University: The Schools of Paris and Their Critics (Stanford University Press, 1985).

    Fleischer, Miranda Perry

    Fleischer's publications include “How is the Opera Like a Soup Kitchen?” in The Philosophical Foundations of Tax Law (Oxford University Press, 2017); “Not So Fast: The Hidden Difficulties of Taxing Wealth” in Nomos Wealth Volume (The American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy, 2017); and “Subsidizing Charity Liberally” in Research Handbook on Not-for-Profit Law (2017).

    The Architecture of a Basic Income” in University of Chicago Law Review (forthcoming 2019); “Atlas Nods: The Libertarian Case for a Universal Basic Income” in Wisconsin Law Review 1189 (2017); “Divide and Conquer: Using an Accessions Tax to Combat Dynastic Wealth Transfers” in 57 Boston College Law Review 913 (2016); “Libertarianism and the Charitable Tax Subsidies” in 56 Boston College Law Review 1345 (2015); “Charitable Giving and Utilitarianism: Problems and Priorities” in 89 Indiana Law Journal 1485 (2014); “It's Called the Charitable Deduction, Not the 'Things We Like' Deduction” in Tax Notes 1229 (2014); “Equality of Opportunity and the Charitable Tax Subsidies” in 91 Boston University Law Review 601 (2011); “Theorizing the Charitable Tax Subsidies: The Role of Distributive Justice” in 87 Washington University Law Review 505 (2010); “Generous to a Fault? Fair Shares and Charitable Giving” in 93 Minnesota Law Review 165 (2008); and “Charitable Contributions in an Ideal Estate Tax” in 60 Tax Law Review 263 (2007).

    Fleischer's presentations and conferences include "A New Look at Old Money: Taxing Second-Generation Wealth" as presenter at Tulane/Boston College Tax Roundtable at Tulane Law School in New Orleans, La. (March 22, 2019); "The Architecture of a Universal Basic Income " as presenter at Duke University School of Law Tax Policy Colloquium at Duke University School of Law in Durham, N.C. (April 12, 2018); "The Philosophical Foundations of a Universal Basic Income" as presenter at NYU Tax Policy and Public Finance Colloquium and Seminar at in , (April 1, 2017); "A Libertarian Case for a Universal Basic Income?" at NYU Law Tax Policy and Public Finance Colloquium and Seminar at NYU Law School in New York, N.Y. (February 1, 2017); "Subsidizing Charity Liberally" as presenter at Columbia University Law School Public Law Workshop at Columbia University Law School in New York, N.Y. (February 1, 2017); "A Libertarian Case for a Universal Basic Income? " at Northwestern University School of Law Tax Policy Colloquium at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill. (October 1, 2016); "Not So Fast: The Hidden Difficulties of Taxing Wealth " as presenter at University of Minnesota Law School Tax Policy Workshop at in , (October 1, 2016); "Now or Later? Intergenerational Justice and Charitable Giving" as presenter at Boston College Law Forum on Philanthropy and the Public Good Academic Symposium on Perpetuities, Limited Life, and the Responsibility of Philanthropy to the Present and Future at Boston College School of Law in , (September 1, 2016); "Comments on Charity Law and the Liberal State by Matthew Harding" as presenter at Australian Society of Legal Philosophy Annual Conference Book Symposium at in , (July 1, 2016); "How is Opera Like a Soup Kitchen? " as presenter at Australian Society of Legal Philosophy Annual Conference Book Symposium at in , (July 1, 2016); "The Philosophical Foundations of a Universal Basic Income" as presenter at Mid-Level Tax Scholars Conference at UC-Davis School of Law in , (May 1, 2016); "Divide and Conquer: Using an Accessions Tax to Combat Dynastic Wealth Transfers" as presenter at UCLA Law School Colloquium on Tax Policy and Public Finance at University California Los Angeles in Los Angeles, Calif. (March 1, 2016); "Not So Fast: The Hidden Difficulties of Taxing Wealth" as presenter at Boston College Law School Tax Policy Colloquium at Boston College Law School in , Mass. (February 1, 2016); "Not So Fast: The Hidden Difficulties of Taxing Wealth" as panelist at American Bar Association Section of Taxation Meeting at in , (2016); "Divide and Conquer: Using an Accessions Tax to Combat Dynastic Wealth Transfers" as presenter at Boston College Law School/American College of Trusts and Estates Counsel Symposium on The Centennial of the Estate Tax: Perspectives and Recommendations at Boston College Law School in Boston, Mass. (October 1, 2015); "Divide and Conquer: Using an Accessions Tax to Combat Dynastic Wealth Transfers" as presenter at The Centennial of the Estate Tax: Perspectives and Recommendations at Boston College Law School/American College of Trusts and Estates Counsel in , (October 1, 2015); "Making the Charitable Deduction More Charitable" as presenter at Mid-Level Tax Scholars Conference at Ohio State University School of Law in , Ohio (June 1, 2015); "How Is the Opera Like a Soup Kitchen?" as presenter at University College of London Symposium on The Philosophical Foundations of Tax Law at University College of London in London, Select state... (May 1, 2015); "Libertarianism and the Charitable Tax Subsidies" as presenter at Pepperdine Tax Policy Colloquium at Pepperdine University School of Law in Malibu, Calif. (April 1, 2015); "Making the Charitable Deduction More Charitable" as presenter at Boston College School of Law Symposium on Reforming the Charitable Deduction at Boston College Law School in Boston, Mass. (September 1, 2014); "Libertarianism and the Charitable Tax Subsidies" as presenter at Columbia Tax Scholars Conference at Columbia Law School in New York, N.Y. (June 1, 2013); "'The Forgotten Henry Simons' by Dan Shaviro" as commentator at 100 Years of the Income Tax at University of Southern California Gould School of Law in Los Angeles, Calif. (February 1, 2013); "Charitable Giving and Utilitarianism: Problems and Priorities" as presenter at The University of Texas School of Law Faculty Colloquium Series at University of Texas School of Law in Austin, Texas (April 1, 2012); "Charitable Giving and Utilitarianism: Problems and Priorities" as presenter at Duke University School of Law Tax Colloquium at Duke University School of Law in Durham, N.C. (April 1, 2012); "Charitable Giving and Utilitarianism: Problems and Priorities" as presenter at University of Toronto School of Law Tax Law and Policy Workshop at University of Toronto School of Law in Toronton, Ontario (February 1, 2012); and "Tax Justice: A Christian Response to a New Gilded Age by Michael Durst" as commentator at Tax Policy Colloquium at Loyola Marymount Law School in Los Angeles, Calif..

    Folsom, Ralph

    Folsom's publications include European Union Law in a Nutshell, no. 9 (2017); IBT Practitioner Treatise (2017); Principles of International Business Transactions, no. 4 (with Ramsey, Gordon, and Van Alstine) (2017); State Antitrust Laws (2017); Foreign Investment Law (West Academic Publishing, 2016); International Business Transactions Practitioner's Treatise, no. 12th (West Academic Publishing, 2016); Connecticut Estates Practice Series (five volumes) (Thomson Reuters, forthcoming 2015); International Business Transactions: A Problem-Oriented Coursebook, no. 12th (with Gordon, Van Alstine, and Ramsey) (West Academic Publishing, 2015); International Business Transactions: Contracting Across Borders (with Gordon, Van Alstine, and Ramsey) (West Academic Publishing, forthcoming 2015); International Business Transactions: Foreign Investment Law (with Gordon, Van Alstine, and Ramsey) (Westlaw, forthcoming 2015); International Business Transactions: Trade and Economic Relations (with Gordon, Van Alstine, and Ramsey) (West Academic Publishing, 2015); Principles of International Litigation and Arbitration (2015); State Antitrust Laws (Mathew Bender, 2015); European Union Law in a Nutshell, no. 8th (Thomson West, 2014); Folsom's International Business Transactions Practitioner's Treatise, no. 4th (Thomson Reuters, 2014); NAFTA, Free Trade and Foreign Investment in the Americas, no. 5th (West Academic Publishing, 2014); Principles of European Union Law, no. 4th (West Academic Publishing, 2014); Principles of International Trade Law (West Academic Publishing, 2014); and Principles of International Business Transactions, no. 3rd (with Gordon, Spanogle, and Van Alstine) (West Academic Publishing, 2013).

    “Terminating Distributor Relationships” in Antitrust Litigation and Counseling Techniques (Matthew Bender, forthcoming 2017); “International Discovery in Antitrust Litigation” in Antitrust Counseling and Litigation Techniques, no. 3rd (von Kalinowski, and Sullivan, eds.) (Lexis Nexis, forthcoming 2015); and “State Antitrust Enforcement” in Antitrust Counseling and Litigation Techniques, no. 3rd (von Kalinowski, and Sullivan, eds.) (Lexis Nexis, forthcoming 2015).

    Fox, Dov

    Fox's publications include Birth Rights and Wrongs: How Medicine and Technology are Remaking Reproduction and the Law (Oxford University Press, 2019).

    Religion and the Unborn under the First Amendment” in Law, Religion, and Health in America (2016); and “Preserving Genome Privacy in Research Studies” in Medical Data Privacy Handbook p.-16 (with Shuang Wang et al.) (Aris Gkoulalas-Divanis, and Grigorios Loukides, eds.) (2015).

    Redressing Future Losses (symposium on Civil Justice)” in DePaul Law Review (2019); “Subversive Science ” in Penn State Law Review (2019); “Thirteenth Amendment Reflections on Abortion, Surrogacy, and Race Selection” in Cornell Law Review (2019); “Losing Embryos, Finding Justice: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Personhood” in 169 Annals Internal Med (with Glenn Cohen, and Eli Adashi ) (2018); “Making Things Right When Reproductive Medicine Goes Wrong: Reply to Robert Rabin, Carol Sanger, and Gregory Keating” in 118 Columbia Law Review Online 94 (2018); “Privatizing Procreative Liberty in the Shadows of Eugenics ” in J. Law Biosciences 355 (2018); “The Limits of Law When Reproductive Medicine Goes Awry: Reply to Professors Carol Sanger, Robert Rabin, and Gregory Keating” in 118 Columbia Law Review (forthcoming 2018); “The Patient Said He Would Rather Die: Should You Let Him?” in 157 J. Thoracic & Cardiov. Surgery (2018); “Privacy-protecting Rare disease International Network Collaboration” in Bioinformatics (with Feng Chen et al) (2017); “Reproductive Negligence” in 117 Columbia Law Review 149 (2017); “Returning Results to Family Members” in Journal of Legal Medicine (2017); “Constitutional Retroactivity in Criminal Procedure” in 91 Washington Law Review 463 (with Stein) (2016); “Genome Privacy” in Annals of N.Y. Academy of Sciences (with Shuang Wang et al) (2016); “Protecting Genomic Data Analytics in the Cloud” in BMC Med. Genomics (with Haixu Tang et al) (2016); “Selective Procreation in Public and Private Law” in 64 UCLA Law Review 294 (2016); “Dualism and Doctrine” in 90 Indiana Law Journal 975 (with Stein) (2015); “Medical Malpractice Claims in Radiation Oncology: A Population-based Study 1985-2012” in International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics (with Jona Hattangadi-Gluth et al.) (2015); “Race Sorting in Family Formation ” in 49 Family Law Quarterly 57 (2015); “The State's Interest in Potential Life” in 43 Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 345 (2015); “Interest Creep” in 82 George Washington Law Review 273 (2014); “Neuro-Voir Dire and the Architecture of Bias” in 65 Hastings Law Journal 999 (2014); “Retracing Liberalism and Remaking Nature” in 24 Bioethics 170 (2010); “Taking Sides on Genetic Modification” in 1 American Journal of Bioethics 56 (2010); “The Expressive Dimension of Donor Deferral” in 10 American Journal of Bioethics 42 (2010); “The Second Generation of Racial Profiling” in 38 American Criminal Law Review 49 (2010); “Disability-Selective Abortion and the Americans with Disabilities Act” in Utah Law Review 845 (with (with Griffin)) (2009); “Prenatal Screening Policy in International Perspective: Lessons from Israel, Cyprus, Taiwan, China, and Singapore” in 9 Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics 471 (2009); “Racial Classification in Assisted Reproduction ” in 118 Yale Law Journal 1884 (2009); “The Right to Silence Protects Mental Control” in 42 Akron Law Review 763 (2009); “Brain Imaging and the Bill of Rights” in 8 American Journal of Bioethics 34 (2008); “Choosing Your Child's Race” in 22 Hastings Women's Law Journal 3 (2008); “Parental Attention Deficit Disorder” in 25 Journal of Applied Philosophy 246 (2008); “Paying for Particulars in People-to-Be” in 34 Journal of Medical Ethics 162 (2008); “Self-Made Men and Man-Made Selves” in 70 The Review of Politics 665 (2008); “The Regulation of Biotechnologies” in 38 The Hastings Center Report 57 (2008); “Silver Spoons and Golden Genes” in 33 American Journal of Law and Medicine 568 (2007); “The Illiberality of Liberal Eugenics” in 20 Ratio (2007); “Appointment or Election of Federal Judges?” in 5 The Oxonian Review of Books 20 (2006); “Ethics and Law in FDA Decision-Making” in Michigan State Law Review 1135 (2005); “Genetic Testing and Health Insurance” in 1 Roosevelt Review 109 (2005); “State Neutrality and the Stem Cell Debate” in 4 Review Journal of Political Philosophy 99 (2005); and “Human Growth Hormone and the Measure of Man” in 1 New Atlantis 75 (2004).

    The Legal Limbo of Lost Embryos in Vox (2019); When Is A juror Too Biased? CNN (October 3, 2016); Reproduction Gone Awry Daily Journal (April 11, 2016); From Chance to Choice to Court Huffington Post (April 3, 2016); The GOP Case Against Over Stem Cell Research The Huffington Post (August 7, 2015); Reproductive Malpractice and the U.S. Military The Huffington Post (July 2, 2015); Reproducing Race The Huffington Post (October 6, 2014); Genetic Testing Needs a Nudge The Huffington Post (February 22, 2014); The Forgotten Holding of Roe v. Wade The Huffington Post (November 10, 2013); 23andMe's Designer Baby Patent The Huffington Post (October 4, 2013); The Future of Genetic Privacy The Huffington Post (August 13, 2013); Let Low-Risk Gay Men Give Blood The Huffington Post (August 1, 2013); DNA Forensic Error and the Execution of Innocents The Huffington Post (May 4, 2013); The Flawed Logic of Prenatal Discrimination The Huffington Post (April 1, 2013); It's Time for the U.S. to Cover IVF (for Gays and Lesbians Too) The Huffington Post (with Cohen) (March 18, 2013); and Greater Disability Protection Doesn't Mean Less Selective Abortion The Huffington Post (with Griffin) (March 5, 2013).

    Fox's presentations and conferences include "The Patient Said He Would Rather Die: Should You Let Him?" at Annual American Association for Thoracic Surgery Conference at San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, Calif. (April 30, 2018); "The Changing face of the American Family" at Association of American Law Schools at Hyatt San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (January 5, 2018); "The Law and Ethics of Selective Procreation" at IBA Life Sciences Conference at in San Diego, Calif. (June 16, 2017); "The Law and Ethics of Selective Procreation" at Life Sciences Conference at Hyatt San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (June 16, 2017); "Never Events in Reproductive Health Care" as presenter at Petrie-Flom Center Annual Conference: Transparency in Health and Health Care: Legal and Ethical Possibilities and Limits at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Mass. (April 28, 2017); "Never Events in Reproductive Medicine" at Health Care Transparency Conference at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Mass. (April 28, 2017); "Subversive Science" as presenter at BioLaw Conference at Stanford Law School in Palo Alto, Calif. (April 20, 2017); "Reproductive Negligence" as presenter at Technology and the Law in 2030 at UCLA Law School in Los Angeles, Calif. (April 15, 2016); "Selective Procreation" at Technologu and the Law in 2030 Conference at UCLA Law in Los Angeles, Calif. (April 15, 2016); "Reproductive Negligence" as presenter at Baby Markets Congress at UC Irvine School of Law in Irvine, Calif. (April 2, 2016); "Reproductive Negligence" as presenter at Reproductive Justice Conference at NYU School of Law in New York, N.Y. (October 30, 2015); "The Legal Regulation of Genome Privacy" as presenter at Biomedical Informatics Seminar at UCSD in San Diego, Calif. (October 9, 2015); "The Legal Regulation of Genome Privacy in the United States" at Current Trends in Biomedical Informatics Weekly Seminar at University of California, San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (October 9, 2015); "Genetic Discrimination" as presenter at Data Sharing Symposium at UCSD in San Diego, Calif. (September 30, 2015); "The Right to Procreation" as presenter at Angelos Law Center Faculty Workshop at in Baltimore, Md. (September 18, 2015); "Genetic Discrimination" as presenter at Data Sharing Symposium at University of California, San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (September 1, 2015); "When Regulating Reproduction Establishes Religion" as presenter at Harvard Law School Conference on Law, Religion, and American Healthcare at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Mass. (May 8, 2015); "Religion and the Unborn under the First Amendment " as presenter at Harvard Law School Conference on Law, Religion, and American Healthcare at Harvard Law School in Cambridge , Mass. (May 1, 2015); "Watersheds" as presenter at American Law and Economics Association at Columbia Law School in New York, N.Y. (May 1, 2015); "Sex and Race Section" as presenter at Case Western Law-Medicine Center Symposium on the Rhetoric of Reproduction at Case Western School of Law in Cleveland, Ohio (April 17, 2015); "Legal Challenges in Reproductive Biotechnology" as presenter at UCLA Technology Policy Workshop at University of California, Los Angeles in Los Angeles, Calif. (February 26, 2015); "Subversive Science" as presenter at UCSD/Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Lecture Series at University of California, San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (November 21, 2014); "Response to Hessick, Towards a Theory of Mitigation" as presenter at Southwest Criminal Law Conference at in San Diego, Calif. (September 9, 2014); "Disability-Selective Abortion and the Americas with Disabilities Act" as presenter at Pacific Rim International Conference at in Honolulu, Hawaii (May 1, 2014); "Potential Life" as presenter at Abortion, Assisted Reproduction, and Judicial Review Conference at Yale Law School at Yale Law School in New Haven, Conn. (April 18, 2014); "Subversive Science" as presenter at Yale Law School Thompson Reuter's Speaker's Series at Yale Law School in New Haven, Conn. (April 17, 2014); "Subversive Science" as presenter at USD American Constitutional Society Founding Chapter Inaugural Event at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (March 9, 2014); "Legal Challenges in Reproductive Biotechnology" as presenter at UCLA Technology Policy Workshop at University of California, Los Angeles in Los Angeles, Calif. (February 27, 2014); and "Liberalism and Tolerance" as presenter at Law and Religion Conference at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (February 1, 2013).

    Heiser, Walter

    Heiser's publications include California Civil Procedure, no. 4th (Carolina Academic Press, 2017); California Civil Procedure Handbook (Carolina Academic Press, 2016); California Civil Procedure Handbook: Rules, Selected Statutes and Cases and Comparative Analyze (2014); Understanding Civil Procedure—The California Edition (Lexis Nexis, 2013); and California Civil Procedure (Lexis Nexis, 2012).

    “General Jurisdiction in the Place of Incorporation: An Artificial Home for an Artificial Person” in 53 Houston Law Review 631 (2016); “Using Anti-Suit Injunctions to Prevent Interdictory Actions and to Enforce Choice of Court Agreements” in 2011 Utah Law Review 855 (2011); “The Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements: The Impact of Forum Non Conveniens, Transfer of Venue, Removal, and Recognition of Judgments in Courts in the United States” in 31 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1013 (2010); “Forum Non Conveniens and Retaliatory Legislation: The Impact on the Available Alternative Forum Inquiry and on the Desirability of Forum Non Conveniens as a Defense Tactic” in 56 Kansas Law Review 609 (2008); “A Minimum Interest Approach to Personal Jurisdiction” in 35 Wake Forest Law Review 915 (2000); and “Forum Selection Clauses in Federal Courts” in 45 Florida Law Review 554 (1993).

    Heriot, Gail

    Heriot's publications include A Dubious Expediency: How Race-Preferential Admissions Policies Hurt Minority Students (Heritage Foundation White Paper, forthcoming 2015).

    “Apprenticeship: Useful Alternative, Tough to Implement” in (2016); “Perceptions of Newsworthiness are Contaminated by a Political Usefulness Bias” in (with Hal Pashler) (forthcoming 2016); “A Dubious Expediency: How Race-Preferential Admissions Policies Hurt Minority Students” in 38 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 781 (2015); “The Sad Irony of Affirmative Action” in 14 National Affairs 78 (2013); “Lights! Camera! Legislation!: Grandstanding Congress Set to Adopt Hate Crimes Bill that May Put Double Jeopardy Protections in Jeopardy” in 10 Engage 4 (2009); “Affirmative Action in American Law Schools” in 17 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 237 (2008); and “The Politics of Admissions in California” in 14 Academic Questions 29 (2001).

    Why Aren't There More Black Scientists? The Wall Street Journal (October 21, 2015); Congress Tries to Break Hawaii in Two The Wall Street Journal (with Kirsanow) (February 28, 2010); Hate Bill Threatens Innocent The Philadelphia Inquirer (February 22, 2009); and The ABA's 'Diversity' Diktat The Wall Street Journal (April 28, 2008).

    Heriot's presentations and conferences include "Securing Liberty: Rebuilding American Education in an Era of Illiberal Learning" at national Association of Scholars at in Oklahoma City, Okla. (January 21, 2017); ""Dear Colleague" / Guidance Letters, Consent Decrees, and Other Administrative Law Innovations" as presenter at Federalist Society at in San Francisco, Calif. (January 6, 2017); "Higher Education, Academic Fredom, and Civic Responsibility " as presenter at Athena Roundtable Conference at in Washington, D.C. (October 28, 2016); "Considering Race in Higher Education Admissions" as presenter at 89th Annual meeting of the State Bar of California at in San Diego, Calif. (September 30, 2016); "Disparate Impact: Reducing Innovation in the Workplace? " as presenter at Fourth Annual Executive Branch Review, Federalist Society at in Washington, D.C. (May 17, 2016); "Does the University of Texas' Use of Racial Preferences in Undergraduate Admissions Violate the Constitution?" as debater at at National Constitution Center, George W. Bush Presidential Library in Dallas, Texas (May 5, 2016); at 28th Sadie Alexander Commemorative Conference at Univeristy of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pa. (February 27, 2016); "Racial Preferences Return to the Supreme Court: Fisher v. University of Texas" as presenter at at The Heritage Foundation in Washington D.C., (December 7, 2015); "Will the Supreme Court End Affirmative Action: A Preview of Fisher v. University of Texas on the Eve of Oral Argument" as presenter at at The Cato Institute in Washington D.C., (December 7, 2015); "Plenary Session: Workplace Equality and Race: Roadblocks and Routes to a Better Outcome" as presenter at Ninth Annual Conference of the ABA Section on Labor and Employment Law at in Philadelphia, Pa. (November 6, 2015); "A Supreme Court Review: What's in Store for the October 2015 Term?" as panelist at at Federalist Society in Washington D.C., (September 30, 2015); "Colloquium: Political Power and Individual Liberty in Richard Epstein's "The Classical Liberal Constitution"" as panelist and participant at at Liberty Fund in Indianapolis, Ind. (August 1, 2015); "Anglo-American versus Continental Conceptions in Theory and Practice" as panelist at Colloquium: The Rule of Law at in New Orleans, La. (December 4, 2014); "What to do about Youth Unemployment?" as presenter at Showcase Panel on Youth, Employment and the Law, National Lawyers Conference, Federal Society at in Washington, D.C. (November 13, 2014); "Passion and Prudence in the Political Process: The Debate Over Federal Civil Rights Policy" as presenter at Conference on Civil Rights in the United States, The Cato Institute, the Federalist Society & the Heritage Foundation at in Washington, D.C. (September 9, 2014); "Best Admissions Practices: How to Address Underrepresented Populations in the Wake of Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin" as presenter at National Association of College & University Attorneys Annual Conference at in Denver, Colo. (June 24, 2014); "Affirmative Action" as presenter at National Convention, American Constitution Society at in Washington, D.C. (June 20, 2014); "Disparate Impact Analysis" as presenter at Second Annual Executive Branch Review Conference, The Federalist Society at in Washington, D.C. (May 8, 2014); and "Does Affirmative Action on Campus Do More Harm than Good?" as debater at Intelligence Squared at Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass. (February 27, 2014).

    Hirsch, Adam

    Hirsch's publications include The Rise of the Penitentiary: Prisons and Punishment in Early America (Yale University Press, 1992).

    American History of Inheritance Law” in Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History (Katz, ed.) (Oxford University Press, 2009); “From Pillory to Penitentiary: The Rise of Criminal Incarceration in Early Massachusetts” in Crime and Justice in American History (Information Today, Inc., 1990); “The Collision of Military Cultures in Seventeenth-Century New England” in Essays in North American Indian History (Kendall Hunt Publishing, 1990); and “From Pillory to Penitentiary: The Rise of Criminal Incarceration in Early Massachusetts” in Police, Prison and Punishment: Major Historical Interpretations (Garland Publishing, 1987).

    “Inheritence on the Fringes of Marriage” in 2018 University of Illinois Law Review 156 (2018); “Testation and the Mind” in 74 Washington and Lee Law Review (2017); “Airbrushed Heirs: The Problem of Children Omitted from Wills” in 50 Real Property Trust and Estate Law Journal -91 (2015); “Disclaimers and Federalism” in 67 Vanderbilt Law Review 1871 (2014); “Formalizing Gratuitous And Contractual Transfers: A Situational Theory” in 91 Washington University at St. Louis Law Review 797 (2014); “Teaching Wills and Trusts: The Jurisdictional Problem” in 58 St. Louis University Law Journal 681 (2014); “Incomplete Wills” in 111 Michigan Law Review 1423 (2013); “Freedom of Testation/Freedom of Contract” in 95 Minnesota Law Review 2180 (2011); “The Code Breakers: How States are Modifying the UDPIA” in 46 Real Property Trust and Estate Law Journal 325 (2011); “Delaware Unifies the Law of Charitable and Noncharitable Purpose Trusts” in 36 Estate Planning 13 (2009); “Disclaimer Law and UDPIA's Unintended Consequences” in 36 Estate Planning 34 (2009); “Text and Time: A Theory of Testamentary Obsolescence” in 86 Washington University Law Review 609 (2009); “Law and Proximity” in 2008 Illinois Law Review 557 (with Mitchell) (2008); “The Uniform Acts' Loophole in Fraudulent Conveyance Law” in 34 Estate Planning 20 (2007); “Disclaimer Reform and UDPIA: The Disappointing Amendments of 2006” in 33 Estate Planning 24 (with Gans) (2006); “Fear Not the Asset Protection Trust” in 27 Cardozo Law Review 2685 (2006); “Comment: Evolutionary Theories of Common Law Efficiency: Reasons for (Cognitive) Skepticism” in 32 Florida State University Law Review 425 (2005); “Disclaimer Reform: New Developments and Additional Reflections” in 32 Estate Planning 16 (with Gans) (2005); “Default Rules in Inheritance Law: A Problem in Search of Its Context” in 73 Fordham Law Review 1031 (2004); “Perfecting Disclaimer Reform: Suggestions for a Revised Uniform Act” in 31 Estate Planning 185 (with Gans) (2004); “Cognitive Jurisprudence” in 76 Southern California Law Review 1331 (2003); “Revisions in Need of Revising: The Uniform Disclaimer of Property Interests Act” in 29 Florida State University Law Review 109 (2001); “The Uniform Disclaimer of Property Interests Act: Opportunities and Pitfalls” in 28 Estate Planning 571 (2001); “Inheritance Law, Legal Contraptions, and the Problem of Doctrinal Change” in 79 Oregon Law Review 527 (2000); “Bequests for Purposes: A Unified Theory” in 56 Washington and Lee Law Review 33 (1999); “Trusts for Purposes: Policy, Ambiguity, and Anomaly in the Uniform Laws” in 26 Florida State University Law Review 913 (1999); “Inheritance and Inconsistency” in 57 Ohio State Law Journal 1057 (1996); “Spendthrift Trusts and Public Policy: Economic and Cognitive Perspectives” in 73 Washington Law Review 1 (1995); “Inheritance and Bankruptcy: The Meaning of the 'Fresh Start'” in 45 Hastings Law Journal 175 (1994); “A Qualitative Theory of the Dead Hand” in 68 Indiana Law Journal 1 (with Wang) (1992); “The Problem of the Insolvent Heir” in 74 Cornell Law Review 587 (1989); “The Collision of Military Cultures in Seventeenth-Century New England” in 74 The Journal of American History 1187 (1988); “From Pillory to Penitentiary: The Rise of Criminal Incarceration in Early Massachusetts” in 80 Michigan Law Review 1179 (1982); and “defective Catastrophe Clauses in Wills: Paths to Reform” in 52 Real Property Trust and Estate Law Journal (forthcoming ).

    Hirsch's presentations and conferences include "The Role of Federal Law in Private Wealth Transfer" as presenter at Vanderbilt Law Review Symposium at Vanderbilt Law School in Nashville, Tenn. (February 21, 2014).

    Jurow Kleiman, Ariel

    Jurow Kleiman's publications include “Tax Limits and the Future of Local Democracy” in Harvard Law Review (forthcoming 2020); “Low-End Regressivity” in Tax Law Review (2018); “Recovering Lost Tax Revenue Through Taxation of Transnational Households” in 34 Berkeley Journal of International Law 100 (2016); and “Improving the U.S. Guest Worker System Through Tax and Social Welfare Reform” ” in 17 Harvard Latino Law Review 147 (2014).

    Kelly, Michael

    Kelly's publications include Contract Law in Focus (with Ponte) (Wolters Kluwer, 2017); Principles of Remedies Law, no. 3 (with Weaver, and Shoben) (West Academic Publishing, 2017); Remedies: A Contemporary Approach, no. 4 (with Weaver, Partlett, and Cardi) (West Academic Publishing, 2016); Remedies: Cases, Practical Problems & Exercises, no. 3rd (with Weaver, Partlett, and Cardi) (West Academic Publishing, 2014); Principles of Remedies Law, no. 2nd (West Academic Publishing, 2011); Inside Contract Law: What Matters and Why (Wolters Kluwer, 2010); Remedies (West Academic Publishing, 2005); and Contracts: Aspen Roadmap Law Course Outline (Aspen Law & Business, 1997).

    “Evaluating Medical Residents” in How to Evaluate Residents (with Rankin) (Langsley, and Lloyd, eds.) (American Board of Medical Specialties, 1986).

    “What Makes the collateral Source Rule Different?” in 39 Akron Law Review 1171 (2006); “Who Knows?” in 42 San Diego Law Review 841 (2005); “Do Punitive Damages Compensate Society?” in 40 San Diego Law Review 1429 (2004); “It's Not My Job!” in 36 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 887 (2003); “Reflections on Remedies” in 39 Brandeis Law Review 547 (2001); “The Phantom Reliance Interest in Tort Damages” in 38 San Diego Law Review 169 (2001); “Reflections on Barnett's Contracts: Cases and Doctrine” in 20 University of Seattle Law Review 343 (1997); “Defendant's Responsibility to Minimize Plaintiff's Loss: A Curious Exception to the Avoidable Consequences Doctrine” in 47 South Carolina Law Review 391 (1996); “Living Without the Avoidable Consequences Doctrine in Contract Remedies” in 33 San Diego Law Review 175 (1996); “The Phantom Reliance Interest in Contract Damages” in 92 Wisconsin Law Review 1755 (1992); and “The Rightful Position in 'Wrongful Life' Actions” in 42 Hastings Law Journal 505 (1991).

    Kelly's presentations and conferences include "Arbitration and the Battle for Freedom of Contract" at Osher Institute for Lifelong Learning at University of California in San Diego, Calif. (December 1, 2016); "Performance Based Damages in the Restatment (Third) of Restitution and Unjust Enrichment" at Southeast Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting at in Palm Beach, Fla. (August 1, 2010); "First Thing We Do, Let's Kill Off Distance Learning!!" at Southeast Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting at in Palm Beach, Fla. (August 1, 2009); "Contract Remedies & the Bottom Line" at AALS Remedies Section at in Washington, D.C. (2007); "Incormporating Skills Training into Substantive Courses" at Teaching Skills Across the Curriculum at Southeast Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting in West Palm Beach, Fla. (July 1, 2006); "Tort Reform" at AALS Remedies Section at in Washington, D.C. (2006); "Lawsuits Without Injury" at at American Institute in Washington, D.C. (2003); "Attorneys Fees After Buckhannon" at AALS Remedies Section at in New Orleans, La. (2002); and "W(h)ither the Reliance Interest?" at AALS Remedies Section at in Washington, D.C. (2000).

    Lawrence, William

    Lawrence's publications include The Law of Sales under the Uniform Commercial Code (Thomas Reuters, 2013); Understanding Secured Transactions, no. 4th (with Henning, and Freyermuth) (Lexis Nexis, 2009); and Understanding Sales and Leases of Goods (with Henning) (Mathew Bender, 1996).

    Lazerow, Herbert

    Lazerow's publications include Mastering Art Law (Carolina Academic Press, 2015); and OECD Draft Influence on U.S. Income Tax Treaties (International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation, 1976).

    “Real Estate Tax” in Folsom's Intional Business Transactions (Folsom, and Gordon, eds.) (West Academic Publishing, 1995); “Droit Fiscal” in Droit Des Affaires Aux Etats Unis D'amerique (Editions Jupiter, 1992); “Droit Fiscal 1986” in Annuaire de Législation Française et Étrangère (1988); “Fiscalité aux Etats Unis” (in English and French) in Droit Des Affaires Aux Etats Unis D'amerique (1988); “Droit Fiscal 1984” in Annuaire de Législation Française et Étrangère (1986); “Droit Fiscal 1983” in Annuaire de Législation Française et Étrangère (1985); and “Droit Fiscal 1981-82” in Annuaire de Législation Française et Étrangère (1984).

    Holocaust Art Disputes” in (2018); “Art Resale Royalty Options” in (2016); “Criteria of International Tax Policy” in 41 San Diego Law Review 1123 (2004); “Discriminatory Taxes” in 42 American Journal of Comparative Law Supp. 11683 (with Darby) (1994); “Computing the Indirect Foreign Tax Credit” in 16 International Tax Journal 153 (1990); “Shipping Exemptions, Realty and Treaties” in 17 International Tax Journal (1990); “U.S. Taxes Covered by Income Tax Treaties” in 14 International Tax Journal 253 (1988); “ Business Impact of the United States-France Income Tax Protocol” in 19 San Diego Law Review 341 (1982); “L'impact de l'avenant fiscal franco-amèricain sur le monde des afffaires” in 1980 Juris Classeur Periodique (C & I) §13302 285 (1980); “U.S. -France Estate & Gift Tax Convention” in 7 Tax Planning International 218 (1980); “In Quest of a Dean” in 26 Journal of Legal Education 59 (1973); “The OECD Draft and the United States-French Tax Treaty” in 26 Arkansas Law Review 115 (1972); “Blocked Income of Controlled Foreign Corporations” in 43 Indiana Law Journal 1 (1967); “Mental Incompetency as Grounds for Annulment” in 7 Journal of Family Law 442 (1967); and “Price Discrimination and the Treaty of Rome: The Jurisdictional Elements” in 23 Federal Bar Journal 147 (1963).

    Lee, Mark

    Lee's publications include Organizing Corporate and other Business Enterprises (updated annually), no. 6th (with Gross ) (Lexis Nexis, 2000); and Antitrust Law and Local Government (Greenwood Press, 1985).

    Legrand, Pierre

    Legrand's publications include Negative Comparative Law (a critical conspectus on the theory of foreign and comparative research in law) (Routledge, forthcoming 2019); Le Droit comparé, no. 5th (Presses Universitaires de France, 2015); and Pour la relevance des droits étrangers (IRJS Editions, 2014).

    “Derrida?s Gadamer ” in Law?s Hermeneutics: Other Investigations p.144 (Glanert, and Girard, eds.) (Routledge, 2017); “Withholding Translation” in Comparative Law: Engaging Translation p.208 (Glanert, ed.) (Routledge, 2014); “Issues in the Translatability of Law” in Nation, Language, and the Ethics of Translation p.30 (Bermann, and Wood, eds.) (Princeton University Press, 2005); and “The Same and the Different” in Comparative Legal Studies: Traditions and Transitions p.240 (Legrand, and Munday, eds.) (Cambridge University Press, 2003).

    “Law?s Translation, Imperial Predilections and the Endurance of the Self” in 20 The Translator 290 (2014); “Foreign Law: Understanding Understanding” in 6 Journal of Comparative Law 67 (2011); “Siting Foreign Law: How Derrida Can Help” in 21 Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law 595 (2011); and “On the Singularity of Law” in 47 Harvard International Law Journal 517 (2006).

    Lobel, Orly

    Lobel's publications include You Don't Own Me: HOW MATTEL V. MGA ENTERTAINMENT EXPOSED BARBIE'S DARK SIDE (W.W. Norton and Company, 2017); Talent Wants to Be Free: Why We Should Learn to Love Leaks, Raids, and Free-Riding (Yale University Press, 2013); Encyclopedia of Labor and Employment Law and Economics (Dau-Schmidt, and Harris, eds.) (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2009); and Employment and Labour Law (Ethics Press, 1998).

    “Coase & the Platform Economy” in Sharing Economy Handbook (Cambridge University Press, 2017); “Behavioral Approaches to the Study of Law” in Rethinking Legal Scholarship: A Transatlantic Interchange (Hans-Wolfgang Micklitz, Ed Rubin, and Rob van Gestel, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2016); “Behavioral Tradeoffs” in Nudge and the Law (with Feldman) (Alemanno, and Sibony , eds.) (Hart Publishing, 2015); “Employment Law and Economics” in Law and Economics (with Feldman, and Lurie) (Procaccia, ed.) (2012); “New Governance as Regulatory Governance” in The Oxford Handbook of Governance (Levi-Four, ed.) (2012); “Systems of Employee Representation: The US Report” in Employment Representation Systems Around the World (with Lofaso) (Kluwer Academic Press, 2012); “Whistleblowers and Social Enforcement” in Explaining Regulatory Compliance (with Feldman) (Nielsen, and Parker, eds.) (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011); “Crowd Out or Ratcheting Up?: Fair Trade Systems, Regulation, and New Governance” in Fair Trade, Corporate Accountability and Beyond: Experiments in Globalizing Justice (Macdonald, ed.) (Ashgate Publishing, 2009); “Intellectual Property and Restrictive Covenants” in Elgar Encyclopedia of Employment Law and Economics (Dau-Schmidt, Harris, and Lobel, eds.) (2009); “National Regulation in Global Economy: New Governance Approaches to 21st Century Work Law” in Elgar Encyclopedia of Employment Law and Economics (Dau-Schmidt, Harris, and Lobel, eds.) (2009); “Form and Substance in Labour Market Policies” in The Intersection of Rights and Regulation: New Directions in Sociolegal Scholarship (Morgan, ed.) (Ashgate Publishing, 2007); “Rethinking Traditional Alignments: Privatization and Participatory Citizenship” in Progressive Lawyering, Globalization and Markets: Rethinking Ideology and Strategy (Clare Dalton, ed.) (2007); “Governing Occupational Safety in the United States” in New Governance and Constitutionalism in Europe and the United States (De Burca, and Scott, eds.) (Hart Publishing, 2006); “Making Consumption Decisions By Following Personal Rules” in Inside Consumption: Frontiers of Research on Consumer Motives, Goals, and Desires (with Amir, and Ariely) (Ratneshwar, and Mick, eds.) (Routledge, 2006); “Orchestrated Experimentalism in the Regulation of Work” in Employment Discrimination Law: Cases, Problems and Critical Perspectives (McDonald, Ravitch, and Sumners, eds.) (Prentice Hall, 2005); and “Between Individualism and Solidarity: Collective Efforts for Social Reform in the Heterogeneous Workplace” in Research in the Sociology of Work (Keister, ed.) (2004).

    “The NFL as a Workplace: the prospect of Applying Occupational Health and Safety Law to Protect NFL Workers” in (with Adam Finkel, Chris Deubert, Glen Cohen, and Holly Lynch) (forthcoming 2018); “Economic Espionage as Reality or Rhetoric: Prosperity as a Component of National Security” in Lewis and Clark Law Review (with Rochelle Dreyfuss) (2016); “Enforceability TBD: From Status to Contract in Intellectual Property Law, IP notice symposium ” in Boston University Law Review (2016); “The Gig Economy and the Future of Employment and Labor Law” in University of San Francisco Law Review (2016); “The Law of the Platform” in Minnesota Law Review (2016); “The New Cognitive Property: Human Capital Law and the Reach of Intellectual Property” in 93 Texas Law Review 789 (2015); “How Noncompetes Stifle Innovation” in 2014 Harvard Business Review (with Amir) (2014); “Driving Performance: A Growth Theory of Non-Compete Law” in 16 Stanford Technology Law Review 833 (with Amir) (2013); “Linking Prevention, Detection, and Whistle-Blowing: Principles for Designing Effective Reporting Systems” in 54 South Texas Law Review 37 (2013); “Liberalism and Lifestyle: Informing Regulatory Governance with Behavioral Research” in European Journal of Risk Regulation 17 (with Amir) (2012); “The Incentives Matrix: The Comparative Effectiveness of Rewards, Liabilities, Duties and Protections for Reporting Illegality” in 88 Texas Law Review 1151 (2010); “Citizenship, Organizational Citizenship, and the Laws of Overlapping Obligations” in 97 California Law Review 433 (2009); “Lawyering Loyalties: Speech Rights and Duties within 21st Century New Governance” in 77 Fordham Law Review (2009); “Behavioral Versus Institutional Antecedents of Decentralized Enforcement in Organizations: An Experimental Approach” in 2 Regulations & Governance 165 (with Feldman) (2008); “Stumble, Predict, Nudge: How Behavioral Economics Informs Law and Policy” in 108 Columbia Law Review 2098 (with Amir) (2008); “Big-Box Benefits: The Targeting of Giants in a National Campaign to Raise Work Conditions” in 39 Connecticut Law Review (2007); “The Paradox of Extra-Legal Activism: Critical Legal Consciousness and Transformative Politics” in 120 Harvard Law Review 937 (2007); “Reflections on Gender Equality and the Regulation of Sexuality in the Workplace: A Response to Kim Yuracko” in 43 San Diego Law Review 899 (2006); “Sustainable Capitalism or Ethical Transnationalism: Off-Shore Production and Economic Development” in 17 Journal of Asian Economics 56 (2006); “The Four Pillars of Work Law” in 104 Michigan Law Review 1539 (2006); “Walmartization and the Fair Share Health Care Acts” in 19 St. Thomas Law Review 105 (with Contreras) (2006); “Formulating a New Paradigm: Newness and the Ripeness of the Moment” in 2005 Wisconsin Law Review 479 (2005); “Interlocking Regulatory and Industrial Relations: The Governance of Workplace Safety” in 57 Administrative Law Review 1071 (2005); “Gender Discriminatory Behavior During Adolescence and Young Adulthood: A Developmental Analysis” in 33 Journal of Youth and Adolescence (with Lobel, Nov-Krispin, Schiller, and Feldman) (2004); “Setting the Agenda for New Governance Research” in 89 Minnesota Law Review 498 (2004); “The Renew Deal: The Fall of Regulation and the Rise of Governance in Contemporary Legal Thought” in 89 Minnesota Law Review 342 (2004); “Orchestrated Experimentalism in the Regulation of Work” in 101 Michigan Law Review 2146 (2003); “The Law of Social Time” in 76 Temple Law Review 357 (2003); “The Slipperiness of Stability: Contracting for Flexible and Triangular Employment Relationships in the New Economy” in 10 Texas Wesleyan Law Review 109 (2003); “Family Geographies: Global Care Chains, Transnational Parenthood, and New Legal Challenges in an Era of Labor Globalization” in 5 Current Legal Issues 383 (2002); “Agency and Coercion in Labor and Employment Relations: Four Dimensions of Power in Shifting Patterns of Work” in 4 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Labor and Employment Law 121 (2001); and “Class and Care: The Roles of Private Intermediaries in the In-home Care Industries in the United States and Israel” in 24 Harvard Women's Law Journal 89 (2001).

    Why California Is Such a Talent Magnet Harvard Business Review (January 19, 2016); Why California is Such a Talent Magnet Harvard Business Review (2016); High Tech Hubs & Post-Employment Restrictions: Hawaii Joins California in its Ban of Non-Competes (August 1, 2015); Don't Let the Law Undermine Employee Incentives Harvard Business Review (with Bessen) (October 1, 2014); Suppressing Mobility Suppresses Innovation The New York Times (June 11, 2014); My Ideas, My Boss's Property The New York Times (April 14, 2014); Understanding the Copyright Wars: Aereo, Google, and GoldieBlox Harvard Business Review (February 1, 2014); Compensation Should be Guided by Merit The Wall Street Journal (January 23, 2014); Why Noncompetes May Give You the Least Desirable Employees The Wall Street Journal (January 22, 2014); Aereo Isn't Illegal Just Because It Threatens Broadcasters Harvard Business Review (2014); Stop Trying to Control How Ex-Employees Use Their Knowledge Harvard Business Review (with Bessen) (2014); Use Internships to Enhance Your Company's Footprint The Wall Street Journal (2014); America's Hypocritical Approach to Economic Espionage Fortune (September 24, 2013); The Benefits of Talent Mobility Businessweek (September 16, 2013); Aggressive Talent Wars are Good for Cities Harvard Business Review (2013); and Filing for a Patent Versus Keeping Your Invention a Trade Secret Harvard Business Review (2013).

    Lobel's presentations and conferences include at Gruter Institute Annual Conference at in Squaw Valley, Calif. (May 1, 2017); at Platform Law Conference at UC Berkeley Law School in Berkeley, Calif. (April 1, 2017); "Regulation of Internet Platforms" as presenter at Berkeley Center for Law & Technology Symposium at in Berkeley, Calif. (April 1, 2017); "The Art of the IP Deal" at at in , (April 1, 2017); Presenter at Implementing and Evaluating the Defend Trade Secrets Act at University of Missouri Law School in Columbia, Mo. (March 10, 2017); Chair, moderator, and panelist at 17th Annual Women and the Law Conference at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in , (February 1, 2017); "Inauguration Conference of Center on Disability Law" at at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, Calif. (2017); "The Sharing Economy" at at Grand Bibliotheque du Quebec in Montreal, (2017); "Workshop on Regulating the Sharing Economy " at at Université de Sherbrooke - Campus de Longueuil in Longueuil, (2017); at Annual Meeting of Labor Law Group at UCLA Faculty Center in , (December 1, 2016); at Fischman Anniversary Conference at Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Jerusalem, (November 1, 2016); "Faculty Workshop" at The Law of the Platform at Fordham University School of Law in New York, N.Y. (September 1, 2016); Presenter at Gruter Institute Annual Conference at in Squaw Valley, Calif. (May 1, 2016); "BYOD to Work Implications for Human Capital Law" at Employment Law and Technology Conference at Hostra University in East Garden City, N.Y. (May 1, 2016); "Talent Wants to Be Free" at EDC's Economic Development Committee at in , (May 1, 2016); "Faculty Workshop" as participant at at Georgetown in Washington D.C., (April 1, 2016); Presenter at Annual Pemberton Lecture at 9th Circuit Court of Appeals Courthouse in , (February 1, 2016); "Faculty Workshop" as participant at at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas (February 1, 2016); "Faculty Workshop" as participant at at Brigham Young University in , Utah (February 1, 2016); "Faculty Scholarship" as participant at at UC Irvine School of Law in Irvine, Calif. (2016); "Faculty Workshop" as participant at at UC Davis in Davis, Calif. (2016); "Faculty Workshop" at at University of Michigan Law School in Ann ARbor, Mich. (October 1, 2015); "Talent Summit" as participant at at in Monterey, Calif. (October 1, 2015); "Business Law Forum" as participant at at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Ore. (September 1, 2015); "Faculty Workshop" as participant at at University of Iowa College of Law in Iowa City, Iowa (September 1, 2015); "IP Notice" as participant at Boston Law Review Symposium at in , (September 1, 2015); "Understanding the Effect of Regulation on Innovation" as presenter at at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. (March 1, 2015); Participant at Faculty Workshop at University of California, Berkeley in Berkeley, Calif. (February 1, 2015); "Regulation and Innovation: The Law of the Platform" as presenter at Innovation Beyond IP at Yale University in New Haven, Conn. (2015); Participant at Faculty Workshop at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah (November 1, 2014); "Human Capital Law" as presenter at Seoul National University at Samsung Town in Seoul, (November 1, 2014); "If talent wants to be free, who wins the race for talent?" as presenter at The Knowledge Summit at Harvard Club of New York in New York, N.Y. (November 1, 2014); Participant at Faculty Workshop at Cardozo University in New York, N.Y. (October 1, 2014); Participant at Faculty Workshop at University of Southern California in Los Angeles, Calif. (October 1, 2014); Participant at Book Talk at University of British Columbia in Vancouver, British Columbia (September 1, 2014); "Start-ups and IP" as presenter at at University of Tokyo in Tokyo, (September 1, 2014); "Intellectual Property and The Courts" as presenter at Law and Society Association at in Minneapolis, Minn. (June 1, 2014); Participant at Faculty Workshop at Notre Dame Law School in South Bend, Ind. (April 1, 2014); "Innovation Motivation" as presenter at at in Hofstra, N.Y. (April 1, 2014); "Talent Wants to Be Free" as presenter at at New York University School of Law in New York, N.Y. (April 1, 2014); "Behavioral Economics and Policy" as presenter at European University Institute at in Florence, (March 1, 2014); "The New Cognitive Property" as presenter at at Yale Law School in New Haven, Conn. (March 1, 2014); Participant at Faculty Workshop at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (February 1, 2014); and Participant at Faculty Workshop at University of Nevada School of Law in Las Vegas, Nev. (February 1, 2014).

    Martin, Shaun

    Martin's publications include “Patents As Options” in Commercializing Innovation (Kieff, and Paredes, eds.) (Cambridge University Press, 2011).

    Substitution” in 73 Tennessee Law Review 545 (2007); “Encumbered Shares” in 2005 Illinois Law Review 775 (with Partnoy) (2005); “The Radical Necessity Defense” in 73 University of Cincinnati Law Review 1527 (2005); “Gaming the GVR” in 36 Arizona State Law Journal 551 (2004); “Coaching Witnesses” in 87 Kentucky Law Journal 1001 (1998); and “Intracorporate Conspiracies” in 50 Stanford Law Review 399 (1998).

    McGowan, David

    McGowan's publications include Developing Judgment About Practicing Law, no. 2nd (West Academic Publishing, 2013).

    Copyright and Convergence: A Pragmatic Perspective” in Intellectual Property Protection of Fact Based Works: Copyright and its Alternatives p.233 (Brauneis, ed.) (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2009); “Some Copyright Consumer Conundrums” in Consumer Protection in the Age of the Information Economy (Winn, ed.) (Ashgate Publishing, 2006); “Vaporware, The Internet, and Consumer Behavior” in The Commodification of Information (Elkin-Koren, and Netanel, eds.) (Kluwer Academic Press, 2002); and “The Problems With the Third Way; A Java Case Study” in Regulating The Global Information Society (Marsden, ed.) (Routledge, 2000).

    “The Unfallen Sky” in 51 Houston Law Review 337 (2013); “Lawspeech” in 2012 Journal of the Professional Lawyer 1 (2012); “Big But Brittle: Economic Perspectives of the Law Firm in the New Economy” in 2011 Columbia Business Journal 1 (with Burk) (2011); “The Tory Anarchism of F/OSS Licensing” in 78 Chicago Law Review 207 (2011); “Inequitable Conduct” in 43 Loyola Law Review 945 (2010); “Innovation and Liability for Contributory Copyright Infringement” in 8 Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property 38 (2009); “The Perils of the Partial Spectator” in 35 Queens Law Journal 165 (2009); “Politics, Office Politics, and Legal Ethics” in 20 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 1057 (2007); “There Is Nothing Pragmatic About Originalism” in 102 Northwestern University Law Review 86 (2007); “What Tool Works Tells Us About Tailoring Patent Misuse Remedies” in 101 Northwestern University Law Review 208 (2007); “(So) What If It's All Just Rhetoric?” in 21 Constitutional Commentary 861 (2006); “Approximately Speech” in 89 Minnesota Law Review 1416 (2005); “Between Logic and Experience: Error Costs and United States v. Microsoft Corp” in 20 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1185 (2005); “Some Realism About Parochialism: The Economic Analysis of Legal Ethics” in 8 Legal Ethics 117 (2005); “Some Realism about the Free Speech Critique of Copyright” in 74 Fordham Law Review 101 (2005); “The Trespass Trouble and the Metaphor Muddle” in 1 George Mason Journal of Law and Economic Policy 109 (2005); “But Cf, In Re Hundred Acre Wood” in 20 Constitutional Commentary 437 (2004); “But Cf, The Last Man Off Standard” in 20 Constitutional Commentary 1 (2004); “Copyright Nonconsequentialism” in 69 Missouri Law Review 1 (2004); “Telling Stories for Liberty” in 20 Constitutional Commentary 651 (2004); “Why Not Try the Carrot? A Modest Proposal to Grant Immunity to Lawyers Who Disclose Client Financial Misconduct” in 92 California Law Review 1825 (2004); “Why The First Amendment Cannot Dictate Copyright Policy” in 65 University of Pittsburgh Law Review 281 (2004); “From Social Friction to Social Meaning: What Expressive Uses of Code Tell Us About Free Speech” in 64 Ohio State Law Journal 1515 (2003); “Has Java Changed Anything? The Sound and Fury of Innovation Litigation” in 87 Minnesota Law Review 2039 (2003); “Website Access: The Case for Consent” in 35 Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 341 (2003); “Recognizing Usages of Trade: A Case Study from Electronic Commerce” in 8 Washington University Journal of Law and Policy 167 (2002); “Innovation, Uncertainty, and Stability in Antitrust Law” in 16 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 729 (2001); “Judicial Writing and the Ethics of the Judicial Office” in 14 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 509 (2001); “Legal Implications of Open-Source Software” in 2001 University of Illinois Law Review 241 (2001); “Making Sense of Dale” in 18 Constitutional Commentary 121 (2001); “Ethos in Law and History: Alexander Hamilton, The Federalist, and the Supreme Court” in 85 Minnesota Law Review 755 (2000); “A Microsoft Dialog” in 44 Antitrust Bulletin 619 (with Gifford) (1999); “But Cf., In re J.S.” in 16 Constitutional Commentary 477 (1999); “Networks and Intention in Antitrust and Intellectual Property” in 24 Journal of Corporation Law 485 (1999); “Could Java Change Everything? The Competitive Propriety of a Proprietary Standard” in 43 Antitrust Bulletin 715 (1998); “Free Contracting, Fair Competition, and Draft Article 2B: Some Reflections on Federal Competition Policy, Information Transactions, and Aggressive Neutrality ” in 13 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1173 (1998); “Legal Implications of Network Economic Effects” in 86 California Law Review 479 (1998); “Regulating Competition in the Information Age: Computer Software as an Essential Facility Under the Sherman Act” in 18 Hastings Community and Entertainment Law Journal 771 (1996); “Antitrust Immunity: State Action and Federalism, Petitioning and the First Amendment” in 17 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 293 (with Lemley) (1994); “A Libertarian Critique of University Restrictions of Offensive Speech” in 79 California Law Review 825 (with Tangri) (1991); and “A Critical Analysis of Commercial Speech” in 78 California Law Review 359 (1990).

    McGowan, Miranda

    McGowan's publications include “Can Citizenship Reinvigorate the Fight for Gender Equality?” in 28 Constitutional Commentary (2012); “Do As I Say, Not as I Do: An Empirical investigation of Justice Scalia's Ordinary Meaning Methodology for Interpreting Statutes” in 78 Mississippi Law Journal 1301 (2008); “Untangling the Myth of the Model Minority” in 100 Northwestern University Law Review (with Lindgren) (2006); “Against Interpretation” in 42 San Diego Law Review 711 (2005); “American Democracy: A Model Oxymoron” in 20 Constitutional Commentary 631 (2004); “From Outlaws to Ingroup: Romer, Lawrence, and the Inevitable Normativity of Group Recognition” in 88 Minnesota Law Review 1312 (2004); “Certain Illusions about Speech: Why the Free-Speech Critique of Hostile Work Environment Harassment is Wrong ” in 19 Constitutional Commentary 391 (2003); “Property's Portrait of a Lady” in 85 Minnesota Law Review 1037 (2001); “Reconsidering the Americans with Disabilities Act” in 35 Georgia Law Review 27 (2000); “Diversity of What?” in 55 Representations 129 (1996); “Affirmative Action for Whom?” in 47 Stanford Law Review 855 (with Brest) (1995); and “What's Sex Got To Do With It?” in 47 Stanford Law Review 565 (1995).

    Justices' Questions Probe Core Constitutional Issue San Diego Union-Tribune (March 28, 2012); Obamacare's Day in Court: What Kind of Conservatism Will Win? San Diego Union-Tribune (March 28, 2012); Court's Day Is Heavy on Technical Argument San Diego Union-Tribune (March 27, 2012); and Moving Past the Proposition 8 Vote San Diego Union-Tribune (with McGowan) (November 10, 2008).

    Ramirez, Jean

    Ramirez's publications include California Criminal Litigation In Action, no. Third (with Laura Berend) (Carolina Academic Press, 2016); Criminal Litigation in Action, no. 3rd (with Berend) (Carolina Academic Press, forthcoming 2015); Criminal Litigation In Action, no. 2nd (with Berend) (California Academic Press, 2002); and State v. Johnson: An Acquaintance Rape Case File and Problem Set (National Institute for Trial Advocacy Publishing, 2000).

    “Something Not So Funny Happened on the Way to Conviction: The Pretrial Interrogation of Child Witnesses” in Criminal Courts for the 21st Century, no. 2nd (Prentice Hall, 2002).

    “The University of San Diego Criminal Clinic: It's All in the Mix” in 74 Mississippi Law Journal 1021 (2005); “Child Witness Policy: Law Interfacing with Social Science” in 65 Law and Contemporary Problems 209 (with Graham, Marsil, and Ross) (2002); “Child Hearsay Statutes: At Once Over-Inclusive and Under-Inclusive” in 5 Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 304 (1999); “"What's So Magical About Black Women?" Peremptory Challenges at the Intersection of Race and Gender” in 3 Michigan Journal of Gender and Law 369 (1996); “The Future of the Post-Batson Peremptory Challenge” in 29 Michigan Journal of Law Reform 981 (1996); “A Theory of Compulsory Process Clause Discovery Rights” in 70 Indiana Law Journal 845 (1995); “Lessons from Akiki and Michaels on Shielding Child Witnesses” in 1 Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 340 (1995); “Something Not So Funny Happened on the Way to Conviction: The Pretrial Interrogation of Child Witnesses” in 35 Arizona Law Review 927 (1993); and “On Truth and Shielding in Child Abuse Trials” in 43 Hastings Law Journal 1259 (1992).

    Ramsey, Lisa

    Ramsey's publications include “Non-Traditional Trademarks and Inherently Valuable Expression” in The Protection of Non-Traditional Marks: Critical Perspectives (Irene Calboli, and Martin Senftleben, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2018); “Reconciling Trademark Rights and Free Expression Locally and Globally” in International Intellectual Property: A Handbook of Contemporary Research p. 341 (Gervais, ed.) (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015); and “First Amendment Limitations on Trademark Rights” in Intellectual Property and Information Wealth: Issues and Practices in the Digital Age (Yu, ed.) (Praeger, 2006).

    A Free Speech Right to Trademark Protection” in 106 Trademark Reporter 797 (2016); “Book Review: Trademark Protection and Territoriality Challenges in a Global Economy” in 5 The IP Law Book Review 1 (2014); “Mechanisms for Limiting Trade Mark Rights to Further Competition and Free Speech” in 44 International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law 671 (with Schovsbo) (2013); “Brandjacking on Social Networks: Trademark Infringement by Impersonation of Markholders” in 58 Buffalo Law Review 851 (2010); “Free Speech and International Obligations to Protect Trademarks” in 35 Yale Journal of International Law 405 (2010); “Increasing First Amendment Scrutiny of Trademark Law” in 61 Southern Methodist University Law Review 381 (2008); “Intellectual Property Rights in Advertising” in 12 Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review 189 (2006); “Descriptive Trademarks and the First Amendment” in 70 Tennessee Law Review 1095 (2003); and “Predicting the Unpredictable under Rule 11(b)(3): When are Allegations "Likely" to Have Evidentiary Support?” in 43 UCLA Law Review 1393 (1996).

    Ramsey's presentations and conferences include "Non-Traditional Trademarks and Inherently Valuable Expression" as presenter at 16th Annual Recent Developments in IP Law and Policy Conference at Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco, Calif. (February 23, 2018); "Non-Traditional Trademarks and Inherently Valuable Expression" as presenter at at NYU Law School in New York City, N.Y. (April 1, 2017); Participant at Trademark Scholars Roundtable at Chicago-Kent College of Law in Chicago, Ill. (March 1, 2017); "Non-Traditional Trademarks and Inherently Valuable Expression" as presenter at The Protection of Non-Traditional Marks: Critical Perspectives Roundtable at Singapore Management University in Singapore, (2017); "A Free Speech Right to Trademark Protection?" as presenter at Intellectual Property Colloquium at Maurer School of Law, Indiana University Bloomington in Bloomington, Ind. (November 1, 2016); Commentator at 4th Annual Trademark Works-in-Progress Colloquium at American University in Washington D.C., (November 13, 2015); "Trademarking Everything? Why Brands Should Care About Limits on Trademark Rights" as presenter at Intellectual Property Scholars Roundtable at Texas A&M School of Law in Fort Worth, Texas (October 10, 2015); "Trademark Everything? Why Brands Should Care About Limits on Trademark Rights" as presenter at Works-In-Progress Intellectual Property Law Colloquium at U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in , D.C. (February 6, 2015); "Free Speech, Competition, and the Structure of Trademark Law" as presenter at Fourteenth Intellectual Property Scholars Conference at Boalt School of Law at University of California Berkeley in Berkeley, Calif. (August 8, 2014); "Free Speech, Competition, and the Structure of Trademark Law" as presenter at Third International Intellectual Property Scholars Roundtable at DePaul University College of Law in Chicago, Ill. (May 1, 2014); and "Reconciling Trademark Rights and Free Speech Locally and Globally" as presenter at Junior Faculty Workshop at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (February 3, 2014).

    Ramsey, Michael

    Ramsey's publications include International Business Transactions: A Problem-Oriented Coursebook, no. 12th (with Ralph H. Folsom, Michael Wallace Gordon, and Michael P. Van Alstine) (West Academic Publishing, 2015); Transnational Law and Practice: Cases and Materials (with Childress, and Whytock) (Wolters Kluwer Law & Business/Aspen Casebook Series, forthcoming 2015); International Law in the U.S. Supreme Court (Sloss, Ramsey, and Dodge, eds.) (Cambridge University Press, 2011); and The Constitution's Text in Foreign Affairs (Harvard University Press, 2007).

    “The Treaty and Its Rival: Making International Agreements in U.S. Law and Practice” in Treaties as Law of the Land? Change and Uncertainty in Domestic Effects of International Agreements (Gregory Fox, ed.) (Cambridge University Press, 2017); “Customary International Law in the Supreme Court” in International Law in the U.S. Supreme Court (Dodge, and Sloss, eds.) (Cambridge University Press, 2011); “Judicial Imperialism and the War on Terror Cases” in International Law in the U.S. Supreme Court (Dodge, and Sloss, eds.) (Cambridge University Press, 2011); and “The Story of the Prize Cases: Executive Power and Judicial Review in Wartime” in Presidential Power Stories (with Lee) (Bradley, and Schroeder, eds.) (Foundation Press, 2008).

    “Constitutional War Initiation and the Obama Presidency” in American Journal of International Law (2017); “Justice Scalia's Originalism in Practice” in 92 Notre Dame Law Review (2017); “A Textual Approach to Treaty Non-Self-Execution” in 2015 Brigham Young University Law Review 1639 (2015); “Congress's Limited Power to Enforce Treaties” in 90 Notre Dame Law Review 1539 (2015); “Returning the Alien Tort Statute to Obscurity” in 52 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 67 (2013); “The Limits of Custom in Constitutional and International Law” in 50 San Diego Law Review 867 (2013); “The Supremacy Clause, Original Meaning and Modern Law” in 74 Ohio State Law Journal 559 (2013); “International Law Limits on Investor Liability in Human Rights Litigation” in 50 Harvard International Law Journal 271 (2009); “The President's Power to Respond to Attacks” in 93 Cornell Law Review 169 (2007); “Foreign Affairs and the Jeffersonian Executive: A Defense” in 89 Minnesota Law Review 1591 (with Prakash) (2005); “Torturing Executive Power” in 93 Georgetown Law Journal 1213 (2005); “American Insurance Association v. Garamendi and Executive Preemption in Foreign Affairs” in 46 William and Mary Law Review 825 (with Denning) (2004); “The Empirical Dilemma of International Law” in 41 San Diego Law Review 1243 (2004); “Presidential Declarations of War” in 37 UC Davis Law Review 321 (2003); “Textualism and War Powers” in 69 Chicago Law Review (2002); “Textualism and War Powers” in 69 University of Chicago Law Review 1543 (2002); “The Executive Power over Foreign Affairs” in 111 Yale Law Journal 231 (with Prakash) (2001); “The Myth of Extraconstitutional Foreign Affairs Power” in 42 William and Mary Law Review 379 (2000); “The Power of the States in Foreign Affairs: The Original Understanding of Foreign Policy Federalism” in 75 Notre Dame Law Review 341 (1999); “Acts of State and Foreign Sovereign Obligations” in 39 Harvard International Law Journal 1 (1998); “Escaping "International Comity"” in 83 Iowa Law Review 893 (1998); and “Executive Agreements and the (Non)Treaty Power” in 77 North Carolina Law Review 134 (1998).

    Ramsey's presentations and conferences include "Justice Scalia's Originalism in Practice" as presenter at Justice Scalia and the Federal Courts at Notre Dame Law School in South Bend, Ind. (February 1, 2017).

    Rappaport, Michael

    Rappaport's publications include Originalism and the Good Constitution (with McGinnis) (Harvard University Press, 2013).

    Classical Liberal Administrative Law in a Progressive World ” in Handbook on Classical Liberalism (Todd Henderson, ed.) (Cambridge University Press, 2018); and “Classical Liberal Administrative Law in a Progressive World ” in Handbook on Classical Liberalism (Todd Henderson, ed.) (Cambridge University Press, 2017).

    “Replacing Administrative Adjudication with Independent Administrative Courts” in George Mason Law Review (2019); “Unifying Original Intent and Original Public Meaning, Northwestern Law Review” in Northwestern Law Review (with McGinnis) (2019); “The Constitution and the Language of the Law” in William and Mary Law Review (with McGinnis) (2018); “Is Proportionality Analysis Consistent with Originalism?” in Diritto Pubblico Comparato Ed Europeo (2017); “Why Nonoriginalism Does Not Justify Departing from the Original Meaning of the Recess Appointments Clause” in Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 889 (2015); “Why Nonoriginalism Does Not Justify Departing from the Original Meaning of the Recess Appointments Clause” in Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy (forthcoming 2015); “The Classical Liberal Constitution: An Originalist Assessment” in NYU Journal of Law & Liberty 800 (2014); “Originalism and the Colorblind Constitution” in 89 Notre Dame Law Review 71 (2013); “The Abstract Meaning Fallacy” in Illinois Law Review 737 (with McGinnis) (2012); “The Constitutionality of a Limited Convention: An Originalist Analysis” in 28 Constitutional Commentary 53 (2012); “The Constitutionality of a Limited Convention: An Originalist Analysis” in Constitutional Commentary 53 (2012); “Originalism and Precedent” in 34 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 121 (with McGinnis) (2011); “In Praise of Supreme Court Filibusters” in 33 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 39 (with McGinnis) (2010); “Originalism and the Good Constitution” in 98 Georgetown Law Review 1693 (with McGinnis) (2010); “The National Convention Constitutional Amendment Method: Defects, Federalism Implications, and Reform” in 96 Virginia Law Review 1509 (2010); “The Obama Administration, Fundamental Institutional Change, and The Constitutional Lawmaking System” in 26 Constitutional Commentary 215 (2010); “Original Methods Originalism: A New Theory of Interpretation and the Case Against Construction” in 103 Northwestern Law Review 751 (with McGinnis) (2009); “Reconciling Precedent and Originalism” in 103 Northwestern Law Review 803 (with McGinnis) (2009); “Originalism and Regulatory Takings: Why the Fifth Amendment May Not Protect Against Regulatory Takings, But the Fourteenth Amendment May” in 45 San Diego Law Review 729 (2008); “The Condorcet Case for Supermajority Rules” in 16 Supreme Court Economic Review 67 (with McGinnis) (2008); “A Pragmatic Defense of Originalism” in 101 Northwestern Law Review 383 (with McGinnis) (2007); “Majority and Supermajority: Three Views of the Capitol” in 85 Texas Law Review 1115 (with McGinnis) (2007); “Original Interpretive Principles as the Core of Originalism” in 24 Constitutional Commentary 371 (with McGinnis) (2007); “Originalism and Supermajoritanism: Defending the Nexus” in 101 Northwestern Law Review 1919 (with McGinnis) (2007); “The Unconstitutionality of 'Signing and Not Enforcing'” in 16 William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 113 (2007); “The Judicial Filibuster, the Median Senator, and the Countermajoritarian Difficulty” in Supreme Court Review 257 (with McGinnis) (2006); “Supermajority Rules and the Judicial Confirmation Process” in 26 Cardozo Law Review 543 (with McGinnis) (2005); “The Original Meaning of the Recess Appointments Clause” in 52 UCLA Law Review 1487 (2005); “It's the O'Connor Court: A Brief Discussion of Some Critiques of the Rehnquist Court and their Implications for Administrative Law” in 99 Northwestern Law Review 369 (2004); “Symmetric Entrenchment: A Constitutional and Normative Theory” in 89 Virginia Law Review 385 (with McGinnis) (2003); “Our Supermajoritarian Constitution” in 80 Texas Law Review 703 (with McGinnis) (2002); “The Selective Nondelegation Doctrine and the Line Item Veto: A New Approach to the Nondelegation Doctrine and Its Implications for Clinton v. City of New York” in 76 Tulane Law Review 265 (2002); “Replacing Independent Counsels with Congressional Investigations” in 148 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1595 (2000); “Reconciling Textualism and Federalism: The Proper Textual Basis of the Supreme Court's 10th and 11th Amendment Decisions” in 93 Northwestern Law Review 819 (1999); “Still a Solution: In Further Support of Spending Supermajority Rules” in 40 William and Mary Law Review 527 (with McGinnis) (1999); “Supermajority Rules as a Constitutional Solution” in 40 William and Mary Law Review 365 (with McGinnis) (1999); “Amending the Constitution to Establish Financial Supermajority Rules” in 13 Journal of Law and Politics 705 (1997); “The Rights of Legislators and the Wrongs of Interpretation: A further Defense of the Constitutionality of Legislative Supermajority Rules” in 47 Duke Law Journal 327 (with McGinnis) (1997); “Veto Burdens and the Line Item Veto Act” in 91 Northwestern Law Review 771 (1997); “Insurance Law and the Ambiguity Rule: Why Insurance Contracts Should Not Be Construed Against the Drafter” in 30 Georgia Law Review 171 (1995); “The Constitutionality of Legislative Supermajority Rules” in 105 Yale Law Review 483 (with McGinnis) (1995); “The President's Veto and the Constitution” in 87 Northwestern Law Review 735 (1993); and “The Private Provision of Unemployment Insurance” in 1992 Wisconsin Law Review 61 (1992).

    North Korea and the Gadhafi Double-Cross The Daily Transcript (April 21, 2017); A Legal Historian Takes Issue with Originalism The Daily Transcript (April 5, 2017); Do Liberals Want Conservative Nonoriginalists? The Daily Transcript (March 20, 2017); Let's Amend the Constitution to Prohibit Lame-Duck Pardons The Daily Transcript (February 24, 2017); President Trump and the Foreign Emoluments Clause The Daily Transcript (February 10, 2017); President Trump and the Foreign Emoluments Clause The Daily Transcript (February 10, 2017); How to End the Government Shutdown Option The Wall Street Journal (December 30, 2014); David Souter's Bad Constitutional History The Wall Street Journal (with McGinnis) (June 14, 2010); Confirming Judges: The Constitutional Option San Diego Union-Tribune (with McGinnis) (March 11, 2005); Hey, Big Spenders: Here's a Law That Could Stop You! The Wall Street Journal (with McGinnis) (February 4, 2004); House Rules: Is a Supermajority Requirement for Tax Hikes Constitutional? ABA Journal (with McGinnis) (March 1, 1997); Solving the Problem of Third Parties San Diego Union-Tribune (July 24, 1996); and Origins of the Unemployment Insurance Mess The Wall Street Journal (October 31, 1991).

    Rappaport's presentations and conferences include "Original Methods Originalism" at Originalist Bootcamp at Georgetown Center for the Constitution in Washington, D.C. (May 1, 2016); "Defending Original Methods" as presenter at Pepperdine Law School Faculty at in , (April 1, 2016); "Defending Original Methods" as presenter at Originalism Works in Progress Conference at San Diego in , (February 1, 2016); "Constraining Executive Regulation" at at Hoover Institute in Stanford, Calif. (March 1, 2015); "Originalism and the Good Constitution Debate" as debater at Is Originalism the Best Method for Interpreting the Constitution at in Stanford, Calif. (with Jack Rakove) (2015); "The Noel Canning Case" as presenter at Federalist Society Teleforum Panel Discussion at The Federalist Society in Washington, D.C. (June 27, 2014); "Originalism and the Good Constitution" as presenter at Columbia Law School Federalist Society at Columbia Law School in New York, N.Y. (April 1, 2014); "The Classical Liberal Constitution: An Originalist Assessment" as presenter at Conference on Richard Epstein's The Classical Liberal Constitution at New York University School of Law in New York, N.Y. (February 1, 2014); and "The Future of the Role of History in Originalism" as presenter at Conference on Law and History at in Stanford, Calif. (February 1, 2014).

    Schwarzschild, Maimon

    Schwarzschild's publications include “Judicial Activism, Judicial Independence, and Judicial Hubris: The Case of International Courts” in Judicial Activism: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the American and European Experiences (Luis Pereira Coutinho, Maximo La Torre, and Steven D. Smith, eds.) (Spinger, 2015); “The Role of the US Supreme Court in the Protection of Religious Liberty: How Much Autonomy Do You Want?” in The Culture of Judicial Independence: Rule of Law and World Peace (Shetreet, ed.) (Martinus Nijhof, 2014); “Judicial Independence and Judicial Hubris” in The Culture of Judicial Independence (Forsyth, and Shetreet, eds.) (Martinus Nijhof, 2012); “Constitutional Law and Equality” in A Companion to Philosophy of Law and Legal Theory, no. 2nd (Patterson, ed.) (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010); “Civil Rights and Free Speech” in Encyclopedia of American Civil Liberties (Findelman, ed.) (Routledge, 2006); “Value Pluralism and the Constitution: In Defence of the State Action Doctrine” in Constitutional Theory (Sadurski, ed.) (Ashgate Publishing, 2005); and “Mad Dogmas and Englishmen: How Other People Interpret and Why” in Legal Interpretation in Democratic States (Goldsworthy, and Campbell, eds.) (Ashgate Publishing, 2002).

    “Complicated - But Not Too Complicated: Sunset of EU Law in the UK After Brexit” in Cardozo Law Review (2017); “Liberalism, Liberal, and Illiberal” in 54 San Diego Law Review (2017); “Do Religious Exemptions Save?” in 53 San Diego Law Review 185 (2016); “Free Trade Then and Now, or Still Manchester United” in 52 San Diego Law Review 1067 (2016); “How Much Autonomy Do You Want?” in 51 San Diego Law Review 1105 (2014); “A Class Act? Social Class Affirmative Action and Higher Education” in 50 San Diego Law Review 44 (2013); “Race Matters” in 29 Constitutional Commentary 31 (2013); “How We Judge the Judges” in 8 Conversations 83 (2010); “Was It Science, Not Religion?” in 47 San Diego Law Review 1125 (2010); “On This Side of the Law and On That Side of the Law” in 46 San Diego Law Review 755 (2009); “The Ethics and Economics of American Legal Education Today” in 17 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 3 (2008); “Keeping It Private” in 44 San Diego Law Review 677 (2007); “Keeping it Private” in 25 University of Queensland Law Journal 215 (2006); “Marriage, Pluralism, and Change: A Response to Professor Wax” in 42 San Diego Law Review 1115 (2005); “Grutter Or Otherwise: Racial Preferences and Higher Education” in 21 Constitutional Commentary 101 (with Alexander) (2004); “Popular Initiatives and American Federalism, or, Putting Direct Democracy In Its Place” in 13 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 531 (2004); “Acton?s Liberal Multiculturalism and Today?s” in 12 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 887 (2002); and “Pluralism, Conversation, and Judicial Restraint” in 95 Northwestern University Law Review 961 (2001).

    Schwarzschild's presentations and conferences include Organizer and participant at British Exit from the European Union ("Brexit") Conference at NYU Law School in New York City, N.Y. (April 1, 2017); "Against Diversity " at AALS President's Program on Diversity at AALS ANNUAL MEETING in San Francisco, Calif. (2017); "Bureaucratic Takeover of Criminal Sentencing " at Conference on Managing Judges - Technology, History, and Separation of Powers at University of Haifa in Haifa, (December 1, 2016); "Religious Beliefs and Political Agendas - What Role Should Faith Play in the Public Square" at AALS Section on Jewish Law at AALS Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. (2015); "Judicial Activism, Judicial Independence and Judicial Hubris" at International Conference on Judicial Activism at University of Lisbon Faculty of Law in Lisbon, (May 1, 2014); "Judicial Activism, Judicial Independence, and Judicial Hubris" as presenter at International Conference on Judicial Activism at University of Lisbon Faculty of Law in Lisbon, (May 1, 2014); at Conference on the Ethics of Secrecy at University of Pennsylvania Law School in Philadelphia, Pa. (May 1, 2012); "How Much Autonomu Do you Want" at Conference on the Competing Claims of Law and ReligionL Who Should Influence Whom? at Pepperdine University School of Law in Malibu, Calif. (February 1, 2012); "Two kinds of Independence, two kinds of Internationalism" at Conference on the Culture of Judcial Independence at Clare College, Cambridge University in Cambridge, (August 1, 2009); "American Law Schools: Envy of the World or General Motors before the Fall" at Federalist Society Annual Faculty Conference at in New York, N.Y. (2008); "Common Law, Private Law, and Judicial Indpendence " at Conference on Judicial Independence and International Law at Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Jerusalem, (June 1, 2007); "The Media and National Secutiry Disclosures" at American Constitution Society National Convention at in Washington, D.C. (June 1, 2006); "Ruling Over Others: The Religious Implications of Governing People of Other Faiths" at AALS Section on Jewish Law at in Washington, D.C. (2006); "Human Rights, Peace and International Law - Harmony and inconsistency" at 3rd International Conference on Culture of Peace at in Trento, (February 1, 2004); "Can Judges be Philsophers? Should They Be?" at AALS Section on Jurisprudence at in New Orleans, La. (2002); "Constitutions and Human Rights" at at Monash University and the Australian National University in Melbourne, (December 1, 2001); "Panel Presentation on the Death Penalty " at American Philosophical Association Annual Meeting at in Atlanta, Ga. (December 1, 2001); "Social Norms in Religious Communities" at AALS Section on Jewish Law at in San Francisco, Calif. (2001); "Two Kinds of Globalism" at AMINTAPHIL National Conference at in San Diego, Calif. (March 1, 2000); "The Starr Chamber: The Clinton Scnadal and the Constitution" at Br\\\\\\\\ at Bryon White Center for American Constitutional Study, University of Colorado in Boulder, Colo. (November 1, 1999); "Epistemology and Evidence" at UNC Workshop in Law and Philosophy at University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, N.C. (October 1, 1999); and at International Conference on Civil Rights at in Tel Aviv, (June 1, 1997).

    Sichelman, Ted

    Sichelman's publications include “Very Tight 'Bundles of Sticks': Hohfeld's Complex Jural Relations” in The Legacy of Wesley Hohfeld: Edited Major Works, Select Personal Papers, and Original Commentary (Shyam Balganesh, Ted Sichelman, and Henry Smith, eds.) (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2018); “Data Sources on Patents, Copyrights, Trademarks, and Other Intellectual Property” in The Economics of Intellectual Property Rights (Analytical Methods) (Menell, and Schwartz, eds.) (2017); “Startups & The Patent System: A Narrative” in Law & Society Perspectives in Intellectual Property (Halbert, and Gallagher, eds.) (2017); “Startups and the Patent System: A Narrative” in Law and Society Perspectives in Intellectual Property (Gallagher, and Hallbert, eds.) (forthcoming 2015); “Funk Forward” in Intellectual Property at the Edge: The Contested Contours of IP (Dreyfuss, Ginsburg, and Rose, eds.) (Cambridge University Press, 2014); “Patenting by High Technology Entrepreneurs” in Creativity, Law, and Entrepreneurship (with Graham) (Ghosh, ed.) (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011); “Why do Entrepreneurs Patent?” in Handbook of Law, Innovation, and Growth p.212 (with Graham) (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011); and “Factors Used to Determine Whether an ERISA Fiduciary or Administrator Has Wrongfully Denied Benefits” in Employee Benefits Law, no. 3d (with Jedreski) (Sacher, ed.) (2010).

    “Innovation Factors for Reasonable Royalties” in 24 Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal (forthcoming 2018); “Why Do Startups Use Trade Secrets?” in 94 Notre Dame Journal of Law (forthcoming 2018); “Data-Generating Patents” in 111 Northwestern University Law Review 377 (with Simon) (2017); “Patents, Prizes, and Property Rules” in 30 Harvard Journal of Law and Technology 279 (2017); “Focus on Economically Important Patent Applications to Enhance Patent Quality” in 2 Berkeley Technology Law Journal (2016); “Do Economic Downturns Dampen Patent Litigation? ” in 12 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 481 (with Marco, and Miller) (2015); “Commercializing Information with Intellectual Property” in 92 Texas Law Review See Also 35 (2014); “Meaning is in the Mind of the Reader: A Rejoinder to Burk, Cotter, and Lemley” in 91 Texas Law Review See Also 15 (2014); “Purging Patent Law of 'Private Law' Remedies” in 92 Texas Law Review 516 (2014); “The Vonage Trilogy: A Case Study in 'Patent Bullying'” in 90 Notre Dame Law Review 543 (2014); “Enforcement as Substance in Tax Compliance” in 70 Washington and Lee Law Review 1679 (with Lederman) (2013); “Patent Law Revisionism at the Supreme Court?” in 45 Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 307 (2013); “Patents as Promoters of Competition: The Guild Origins of Patent Law in the Venetian Republic” in 49 San Diego Law Review 1267 (with O'Connor) (2012); “Paving the Path to Accurately Predicting Legal Outcomes: A Comment on Professor Chien’s Predicting Patent Litigation” in 90 Texas Law Review See Also 97 (with Kesan, and Schwartz) (2012); “Life After Bilski” in 63 Stanford Law Review 1315 (with Lemley, Wagner, and Risch) (2011); “Markets for Patent Scope” in 2 IP Theory 42 (2011); “Taking Commercialisation Seriously” in 33 European Intellectual Property Review (2011); “Commercializing Patents” in 62 Stanford Law Review 341 (2010); “Myths of (Un)Certainty at the Federal Circuit” in 43 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 1161 (2010); “Patenting by Entrepreneurs: An Empirical Study” in 17 Michigan Telecommunications & Technology Law Review 111 (with Graham) (2010); “High Technology Entrepreneurs and the Patent System: Results of the 2008 Berkeley Patent Survey” in 24 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 255 (2009); “Why Barring Settlement Bars Legitimate Suits: A Reply to Rosenberg and Shavell” in 18 Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy 57 (2008); and “Why Do Start-Ups Patent?” in 23 Berkeley Technology Law Journal 1063 (with Graham) (2008).

    Fifteenth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law (ICAIL 2015) (2016); Why the (Previously) Improving Economy Likely (Also) Reduced Patent Litigation Rates Patently-O (September 13, 2015); Why the (Previously) Improving Economy Likely (Also) Reduced Patent Litigation Rates Patently-O (September 13, 2015); Reinvigorating the Public-Private Law Divide: A Hohfeldian Construction of the State New Private Law (September 10, 2015); Top 25 Most Cited Contract Law Articles Published in the Last 25 Years New Private Law (September 10, 2015); A Pluralistic Vision of Incentivizing Innovation Jotwell (July 20, 2015); Are there Too Many Patents To Search? New Private Law (July 2, 2015); Top 25 Most Cited Real Property Law Articles Published in the Last 25 Years New Private Law (June 2, 2015); A Hohfeldian Take on the Public-Private Law Divide New Private Law (May 15, 2015); Most Cited Private Law Articles Published in the Last 25 Years New Private Law (April 22, 2015); The Innovation Act?s Fee-Shifting is Biased against Patent Holders and Will Likely Increase PAE Activity Patently-O (March 4, 2015); High Court Case Could Change IP Litigation Strategies Daily Journal (November 12, 2012); Top 10 Patent Strategies The Daily Transcript (September 30, 2009); Getting to the Substance Daily Journal (November 9, 2006); 3rd Circuit Splits from Other Courts on Fair Opportunity Doctrine Daily Journal (July 24, 2006); Circuit Splits Affect Conflicts of Authority Daily Journal (June 14, 2006); Circuit Splits of Interest to Business Chicago Daily Law Bulletin (June 9, 2006); Splits Involve Issues Affecting Business, Government, Workers Daily Journal (May 18, 2006); When Private Enterprise Hits Public Agencies, Splits Arise Daily Journal (April 13, 2006); Circuit Splits Range from Securities to Attorney Fees Daily Journal (March 30, 2006); From Banking to Bankruptcy, Various Views Arise on Circuits Daily Journal (March 8, 2006); Decisions Reveal Splits Over Approach to Discrimination Daily Journal (January 4, 2006); Circuits Split on How to Test When Trademark Use is Fair Daily Journal (December 2, 2005); Environmental, Fee Issues Bring Splits Among Circuits Daily Journal (October 26, 2005); Circuit Splits Involve Cases On U.S. and Foreign Issues Daily Journal (June 21, 2005); Drafting Patent Infringement Complaints Intellectual Property Strategist (May 1, 2005); Bankruptcy, Labor, Criminal Cases Result in Circuit Splits Daily Journal (March 23, 2005); and Effectively Using Partial Summary Judgment in Patent Cases Intellectual Property Strategist (2005).

    Sichelman's presentations and conferences include "Very Tight ?Bundles of Sticks?: Hohfeld?s Complex Jural Relations" as presenter at Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld Centennial Workshop at Yale Law School in New Haven, Conn. (October 1, 2016); "An Economic Model of Patent Exhaustion" at Edison Fellowship Meeting at Center for Protection of Intellecutal Property in , (with Olena Ivus, and Edwin Lai) (2016); "Modeling Legal Modularity" at University of San Diego School of Law Faculty Colloquium at University of San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (with Henry Smil) (2016); "Patents as Hedges" as presenter at Annual Patent Law Conference at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (2016); "Retracing the Origins of the Patent System" at 2016 IP Scholars Conference at in , (with Stefania Fusco, and Toni Veneri) (2016); "Revisiting Labor Mobility in Innovation Markets" as presenter at Law and Entrepreneurship Workshop at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (2016); "Revisiting Labor Mobility in Innovation Markets" as presenter at Harvard Law School Faculty Workshop at in , (2016); "Revisiting Labor Mobility in innovation Markets" at American Law & Economics Conference at in , (with Jonathan Barnett) (2016); "Patents as Hedges" as presenter at IP Speaker Series at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (November 1, 2015); "Decade of Diversity" as moderator at at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (October 1, 2015); "Patents as Hedges" as presenter at Law Faculty Colloquium at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (October 1, 2015); "The Role of Academics in Policymaking in Patent Law" as moderator and participant at Microsoft IP Academic Roundtable at in , (October 1, 2015); "Patents as Hedges" as presenter at Thomas Edison Innovation Fellowship Meeting at George Mason University School of Law Center for Protection of Intellectual Property in Arlington, Vt. (September 1, 2015); "Patents as Hedges" as presenter at Thomas Edison Innovation Fellowship Meeting at George Mason University School of Law Center for Protection of Intellectual Property in Arlington, Va. (September 1, 2015); "Trademarks as Club Goods" as presenter at Intellectual Property Scholars Conference at DePaul University College of Law in Chicago, Ill. (with Bell) (August 1, 2015); "Trademarks as Club Goods" as presenter at Intellectual Property Scholars Conference at DePaul University College of Law in Chicago, Ill. (August 1, 2015); Organizer at 15th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Law at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (June 12, 2015); "Predicting Obviousness" as presenter at International Conference on AI & Law (ICAIL) at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (with Holte) (June 1, 2015); "From Predictive Tennis Analytics to Predictive Legal Analytics" as presenter at Predicting Legal Outcomes Workshop at Stanford Law School in Palo Alto, Calif. (May 1, 2015); "Does Patent Litigation Decrease R & D?" as presenter at The Patent Conference at University of Kansas School of Law in Lawrence, Kan. (with Miller) (April 1, 2015); "Patents as Hedges" as presenter at Thomas Edison Innovation Fellowship Meeting at George Mason University School of Law Center for Protection of Intellectual Property in San Diego, Calif. (March 1, 2015); "Does Patent Litigation Decrease R & D?" as presenter at Works in Progress in Intellectual Property (WIPIP) Conference at U.S. Patent & Trademark Office in Alexandria, Va. (with Miller) (February 1, 2015); "Revisiting Labor Mobility in Innovation Markets" as presenter at Works in Progress in Intellectual Property (WIPIP) Conference at U.S. Patent & Trademark Office in Alexandria, Va. (February 1, 2015); "Trademarks as Club Goods" as presenter at Works in Progress in Intellectual Property (WIPIP) Conference at U.S. Patent & Trademark Office in Alexandria, Va. (with Bell) (February 1, 2015); "Academics Panel" as presenter at The Fifth Annual USD School of Law Patent Conference at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (2015); "Revisiting Labor Mobility in Innovation Markets" as presenter at 5th Annual University of San Diego School of Law Patent Law Conference at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (2015); "International/Comparative Patent Law History & Institutions" as presenter at The Patent Conference 4 at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (April 1, 2014); "Welcome and Introduction Presentation" at Workshop in Computation, Mathematics, and the Law at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (March 1, 2014); and "Purging Patent Law of 'Private Law' Remedies" as organizer at IP Speakers Series at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (2012).

    Smith, Steven

    Smith's publications include The Rise and Decline of American Religious Freedom (Harvard University Press, 2014); The Disenchantment of Secular Discourse (Harvard University Press, 2010); Law's Quandary (Harvard University Press, 2004); Getting Over Equality: A Critical Diagnosis of Religious Freedom in America (New York University Press, 2001); The Constitution and the Pride of Reason (Oxford University Press, 1998); Against the Law (with Campos, and Schlag) (Duke University Press, 1996); Foreordained Failure: The Quest for a Constitutional Principle of Religious Freedom (Oxford University Press, 1995); and Pagans and Christians in theCity: Culture Wars from the Tiber to the Potomac (forthcoming ).

    “Die and Let Live? The Asymmetry of Accommodation” in Religious Freedom and Gay Rights (Oxford University Press, 2016); “The Jurisdictional Conception of Church Autonomy” in Corporate Religious Liberty (Micah Schwartzman et al., ed.) (2016); “Judicial Activism and "Reason"” in Judicial Activism: Perspectives on a Contested Theme (Luis Pereira Coutinho et al., ed.) (2015); “Judicial Activism and 'Reason'” in Judicial Activism: Perspectives on a Contested Theme (Coutinho, ed.) (2015); “Freedom of Religion or Freedom of the Church?” in Legal Responses to Religious Practices in the United States (Sarat, ed.) (Cambridge University Press, 2014); “The Precarious Freedom of the Church” in Conscience of the Institution (Alvare, ed.) (St. Augustine's Press, 2014); “That Old-Time Originalism” in The Challenge of Originalism: Theories of Constitutional Interpretation (Huscroft, and Miller, eds.) (Cambridge University Press, 2013); “The Constitution and the Goods of Religion” in Dimensions of Goodness (Holse, ed.) (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013); “The Establishment Clause and the 'Problem of the Church'” in Challenges to Religious Liberty in the Twenty-First Century (Bradley, ed.) (Cambridge University Press, 2012); “What Does Constitutional Interpretation Interpret?” in Expounding the Constitution: Essays in Constitutional Theory (Huscroft, ed.) (Cambridge University Press, 2011); “The Academy, the Courts, and the Culture of Rationalism” in That Eminent Tribunal: Judicial Supremacy and the Constitution (Wolfe, ed.) (Princeton University Press, 2009); “Toleration and Liberal Commitments” in NOMOS XLVIII: Toleration Its Limits p.243 (New York University Press, 2008); “Religious Freedom in America: Three Stories” in Law and Religion: A Critical Anthology (Feldman, ed.) (New York University Press, 2000); “Against Civil Rights Simplism” in Religious Freedom, LGBT Rights, and the Prospects for Common Ground (Robin Wilson, and William Eskridge, eds.) (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming ); “The Jurisdictional Conception of Church Autonomy” in Corporate Religious Liberty (with Schwartzman) (forthcoming ); and “The Jurisdictional Conception of Church Autonomy” in Corporate Religious Liberty (Micah Schwartzman et al., ed.) (forthcoming ).

    Die and Let Live? The Asymmetry of Accommodation” in Southern California Law Review (forthcoming 2015); “Is God Irrelevant?” in 94 Boston University Law Review 1339 (2014); “The Jurisprudence of Denigration” in 48 UC Davis Law Review 675 (2014); “Religious Symbols and Secular Government” in 46 Israel Law Review 193 (2013); “The Plight of the Secular Paradigm” in 88 Notre Dame Law Review 1409 (2013); “Constitutional Divide: The Transformative Significance of the School Prayer Decisions” in 38 Pepperdine Law Review 945 (2011); “Nonestablishment, Standing, and the Soft Constitution” in 85 St. John's Law Review 407 (2011); “Religious Freedom and Its Enemies” in 32 Cardozo Law Review 2033 (2011); “Originalism and the (Merely) Human Constitution” in 27 Constitutional Commentary 189 (2010); “Persons All the Way Up” in 55 Villanova Law Review 1177 (2010); “Why Is Government Speech Problematic? The Unnecessary Problem, the Unnoticed Problem, and the Big Problem” in 87 Denver Law Review 945 (2010); “Discourse in the Dusk: The Twilight of Religious Freedom” in 122 Harvard Law Review 1869 (2009); “De-Moralized: Glucksberg in the Malaise” in 106 Michigan Law Review 1571 (2008); “Our Agnostic Constitution” in 83 NYU Law Review 120 (2008); “How is America 'Divided by God?'” in 27 Mississippi College Law Review 141 (2007); “Persons Pursuing Goods” in 13 Legal Theory 285 (2007); “The (Always) Imminent Death of the Law” in 44 San Diego Law Review 47 (2007); “Hart's Onion: The Peeling Away of Legal Authority” in 16 Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal 97 (2006); “How To Remove a Federal Judge” in 116 Yale Law Journal 72 (with Prakash) (2006); “Is the Harm Principle Illiberal?” in 51 American Journal of Jurisprudence 1 (2006); “Metaphysical Perplexity?” in 55 Catholic University Law Review 639 (2006); “Taxes, Conscience, and the Constitution” in 23 Constitutional Commentary 365 (2006); “The Jurisdictional Establishment Clause: A Reappraisal” in 81 Notre Dame Law Review 1843 (2006); “Nonestablishment Under God? The Nonsectarian Principle” in 50 Villanova Law Review 1 (2005); “The Iceberg of Religious Freedom: Sub-Surface Levels of Nonestablishment Discourse” in 38 Crieghton Law Review 799 (2005); “The Tenuous Case for Conscience” in 10 Roger Williams Law Review 325 (2005); “What Does Religion Have to Do with Freedom of Conscience?” in 76 University of Colorado Law Review 910 (2005); “Legal Scholarship as Resistance to 'Science'” in 41 San Diego Law Review 1775 (2004); “Recovering (from) Enlightenment?” in 41 San Diego Law Review 1263 (2004); “The Pluralist Predicament: Contemporary Theorizing in the Law of Religious Freedom” in 10 Legal Theory 51 (2004); “Barnette's Big Blunder” in 78 Chicago-Kent Law Review 625 (2003); “Interrogating Thomas More: The Conundrums of Conscience” in 1 University of St. Thomas Law Journal 580 (2003); “Believing Persons, Personal Believings: The Neglected Center of the First Amendment” in 2002 University of Illinois Law Review 1233 (2002); “Missing Persons” in 2 Nevada Law Journal 590 (2002); “Separation as a Tradition” in 18 Journal of Law and Politics 215 (2002); “'The Religious,' 'The Secular,' and 'The Moral': What Are We Talking About?” in 36 Wake Forest Law Review 487 (2001); “Expressivist Jurisprudence and the Depletion of Meaning” in 60 Maryland Law Review 506 (2001); “Blooming Confusion: Madison's Mixed Legacy” in 75 Indiana Law Journal 61 (2000); “Religion, Democracy, and Autonomy: A Political Parable” in 43 William and Mary Law Review 685 (2000); “Augustinian Liberal” in 74 Notre Dame Law Review 1673 (1999); “Believing Like a Lawyer” in 40 Boston College Law Review 1041 (1999); “The Religion Clauses in Constitutional Scholarship” in 74 Notre Dame Law Review 1033 (1999); “Is a Coherent Theory of Religious Freedom Possible?” in 15 Constitutional Commentary 73 (1998); “Legal Discourse and the De Facto Disestablishment” in 81 Marquette Law Review 203 (1998); “Losing Jerusalem - RFRA and the Vocation of Legal Crusader” in 39 William and Mary Law Review 907 (1998); “The Constitution in the Cave” in 30 McGeorge Law Review 97 (1998); “Wisconsin v. Yoder and the Unprincipled Approach to Religious Freedom” in 25 Capital University Law Review 805 (1997); “The Writing of the Constitution and the Writing on the Wall” in 19 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 391 (1996); “Unprincipled Religious Freedom” in 7 Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 497 (1996); “Nonsense and Natural Law” in 4 Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal 583 (1995); “Radically Subversive Speech and the Authority of Law” in 94 Michigan Law Review 348 (1995); “Remark: Brown v. Board of Education: A Revised Opinion” in 20 Southern Illinois University Law Journal 41 (1995); “Free Exercise Doctrine and the Discourse of Disrespect” in 65 Colorado Law Review 519 (1994); “Idolatry in Constitutional Interpretation” in 79 Virginia Law Review 583 (1993); “Reductionism in Legal Thought” in 91 Columbia Law Review 68 (1991); “The Rise and Fall of Religious Freedom in Constitutional Discourse” in 140 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 149 (1991); “The Pursuit of Pragmatism” in 100 Yale Law Journal 409 (1990); “The Restoration of Tolerance” in 78 California Law Review 305 (1990); “Law Without Mind” in 88 Michigan Law Review 104 (1989); “Separation and the 'Secular': Reconstructing the Disestablishment Decision” in 67 955 (1989); “Why Should Courts Obey the Law?” in 77 Georgetown Law Journal 113 (1988); “Skepticism, Tolerance, and Truth in the Theory of Free Expressions” in 60 Southern California Law Review 651 (1987); “Symbols, Perceptions, and Doctrinal Illusions: Establishment Neutrality and the 'No Endorsement' Text” in 86 Michigan Law Review 266 (1987); “The Critics and the 'Crisis': A Reassessment of Current Conceptions of Tort Law” in 72 Cornell Law Review 765 (1987); “Courts, Creativity, and the Duty to Decide a Case” in 1985 University of Illinois Law Review 573 (1985); “Rhetoric and Rationality in the Law of Negligence” in 69 Minnesota Law Review 277 (1984); and “Situating Ourselves in History” in Pepperdine Law Review (forthcoming ).

    Smith's presentations and conferences include " ?The Pagan City, the Christian City, and the Secular City?; ?Culture Wars as Pagan Counterrevolution?; and ?Coming Home? The Imminent Immanent City.?" as presenter at Charles E. Test Distinguished Lecture series for the Madison Program at Princeton in Princeton, N.J. (May 1, 2017).

    Smith, Thomas

    Smith's publications include “From Law to Automation” in 1 Criterion Journal of Innovation 535 (2016); “Robot Slaves, Robot Masters, and the Agency Costs of Artificial Government” in 1 Criterion Journal of Innovation 1 (2016); “The Zynga Clawback: Shoring Up the Central Pillar of Innovation” in 53 Santa Clara Law Review 577 (2013); “The Reagan Revolution in the Network of Law” in Emory Law Journal (with Frank B. Cross, and Antonio Tomarchio) (2007); “The Web of Law” in San Diego Law Review (2007); “Finding Hayek” in 1 NYU Journal of Law & Liberty 291 (2005); “Real Oprions and Takeovers” in 52 Competition 1815 (2004); “Equality, Evolution and Partnership Law” in 3 Journal of Bioeconomics 99 (2001); “The Efficient Norm for Corporate Law” in 98 Michigan Law Review 214 (1999); “A Capital Markets Approach to Mass Torts Bankruptcy” in 104 Yale Law Review 367 (1994); “Four Faces of the Item Veto: A Reply to Tribe and Kurland” in 84 Northwestern Law Review 43 (with Sidak) (1990); and “Institutions and Entrepreneurs in American Corporate Finance” in 85 California Law Review 1 (1987).

    Snyder, Allen

    Snyder's publications include A Practical Guide to California Evidence (with Bocchino, and Sonenshein) (National Institute for Trial Publishing, 1997); and Mental Disorder in the Criminal Process (with Morris) (Greenwood Press, 1993).

    Sohoni, Mila

    Sohoni's publications include “The Lost History of the 'Universal' Injunction” in 133 Harvard Law Review (forthcoming 2020); “The Power to Vacate a Rule” in 88 George Washington Law Review (forthcoming 2020); “The Trump Administration and the Law of the Lochner Era” in 107 Georgetown Law Review 1323 (2019); “King's Domain” in 93 Notre Dame Law Review 1419 (2018); “Crackdowns” in 103 Virginia Law Review 31 (2017); “On Dollars and Deference: Agencies, Spending, and Economic Rights” in 66 Duke Law Journal 1677 (2017); “The Administrative Constitution in Exile” in 57 William and Mary Law Review 923 (2016); “The Power to Privilege” in 163 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 487 (2015); “The Problem with 'Coercion Aversion': Novel Questions and the Avoidance Canon” in 33 Yale Journal on Regulation Online (2015); “Agency Adjudication and Judicial Nondelegation: An Article III Canon” in 107 Northwestern Law Review 1569 (2013); “Notice and the New Deal” in 62 Duke Law Journal 1169 (2013); and “The Idea of 'Too Much Law'” in 80 Fordham Law Review 1585 (2012).

    Sohoni's presentations and conferences include "Cardozo Law School Faculty Workshop" as presenter at at in New York, N.Y. (April 18, 2018); "Loyola Law School Faculty Workshop" at at in Los Angeles, Calif. (April 12, 2018); "Roundtable Presentation: Rehnquist Center National Conference of Constitutional Law Scholars" at at University of Arizona Law School in Tucson, Ariz. (March 17, 2018); at U. Penn. School of Law Faculty Workshop at in Philadelphia, Pa. (January 30, 2018); "Civil Rights enforcemetn and Administrative Law in the Trump Era" as panelist at AALS Annual Meeting at in San Diego, Calif. (January 5, 2018); "Constitutional Law Workshop" as presenter at Constituional Law Workshop at Univeristy of Chicago School of Law in Chicago, Ill. (December 4, 2017); Panelist at Notre Dame Law Review Symposium on Administrative Lawmaking in the Twenty First Century at Notre Dame Law School in South Bend, Ind. (November 10, 2017); "On Dollars and Deference" as presenter at St. John's Law School Faculty Workshop at St. John's Law School in Queens, N.Y. (April 5, 2017); "On Dollars and Deference" as presenter at UCLA Law School Faculty Workshop at UCLA School of Law in Los, (March 3, 2017); "On Dollars and Deference" as presenter at UC Hastings Law Faculty Workshop at UC Hastings in San Francisco, Calif. (February 21, 2017); "Duke Law Journal 47th Annual Administrative Law Symposium " as organizer and presenter at at in Durham, N.C. (February 3, 2017); "On Dollars and Deference" as presenter at New Voices in Administrative Law Event at AALS Annual Meeting in San Francisco , Calif. (January 6, 2017); "Roundtable on "Courts as Agencies"" as panelist at Law & Society Conference at in New Orleans, La. (June 2, 2016); "King v. Burwell and the Regulatory State" as presenter at at UCSD Osher Institute in San Diego, Calif. (May 20, 2016); "Research Roundtable on Environmental Law in the Administrative State" as participant at at George Mason University School of Law in Washington D.C., (May 1, 2016); "Roundtable on Environmental Law in the Administrative State" at at George Mason University School of Law in , (May 1, 2016); "Crackdowns" as presenter at Law Faculty Workshop at University of Arizona School of Law in Tucson, Ariz. (April 7, 2016); "Crackdowns" as presenter at Southern California Law and Social Sciences Forum (SOCLASS) at UCSD in San Diego, Calif. (March 18, 2016); "Crackdowns" as presenter at Cardozo-Yale Legislation Roundtable at Cardozo Law School in New York, N.Y. (March 11, 2016); "Symposium on Administrative Law" as panelist at at University of Missouri School of Law in Columbia, Mo. (March 4, 2016); "Panel " as moderator and panelist at Seventh Annual High & Hazel Darling Foundation Originalism Conference at University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, Calif. (February 1, 2016); "Crackdowns" as presenter at New Voices in Administrative Law Event, at AALS Annual Meeting in New York, N.Y. (January 7, 2016); "Crackdowns" as presenter at Faculty Workshop at University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Va. (November 13, 2015); "Crackdowns" as presenter at Faculty Workshop at Pepperdine Law School in Malibu, Calif. (November 9, 2015); "Administrative Constitutional Change" as presenter at New Voices in Administrative Law Event- AALS Annual Meeting at in Washington, D.C. (January 3, 2015); "The Power to Privilege" as presenter at Seventh Annual Junior Faculty Federal Courts Workshop at University of Georgia School of Law in Athens, Ga. (October 10, 2014); "Administrative Constitutional Change" as presenter at Southern California Junior Faculty Workshop at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, Calif. (September 27, 2014); "The Power to Privilege" as presenter at Brooklyn Law School Summer Workshop at Brooklyn Law School in Brooklyn, N.Y. (August 7, 2014); "The Power to Privilege" as presenter at Harvard/Stanford/Yale Junior Faculty Forum at Stanford Law School in Palo Alto, Calif. (June 27, 2014); "The Power to Privilege" as presenter at NYU Lawyering Scholarship Colloquium at New York University School of Law in New York, N.Y. (June 7, 2014); and "The Power to Privilege" as presenter at New Voices in Administrative Law Event - AALS Annual Meeting at in New York, N.Y. (January 3, 2014).

    Spector, Horacio

    Spector's publications include Rights: Concepts and Contexts (Bix, ed.) (Ashgate Publishing, 2012); and Autonomy and Rights: The Moral Foundations of Liberalism (Oxford University Press, 2008).

    “A Risk Theory of Exploitation” in The Philosophic Foundations of Labor Law (Oxford University Press, 2017); “Derechos Humanos” (In spanish) in Diccionario de Justicia (with Juan Carlos Pereda Failache et al.) (Sage Publications, 2016); “Modern Constitutionalism and Social Values” in Fundamental Rights: Justification and Interpretation p.75 (Kenneth Einar Himma, and Bojan Spaic, eds.) (2016); “The Moral Asymmetry between Acts and Omissions” in Legal, Moral, and Metaphysical Truths: The Philosophy of Michael Moore (Ferzan, and Morse, eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2016); “The Theory of Constitutional Review” in Constitutional Review and Democracy (Jovanovic, ed.) (Eleven International Publishing, forthcoming 2015); “Autonomy” in The Routledge Companion to Social and Political Philosophy (D'Agostino, and Gaus, eds.) (Routledge, 2013); “The MMTS Analysis of Causation” in Perspectives on Causation (Goldberg, ed.) (Hart Publishing, 2011); “A Smithian Theory of Public Reason” in The Market Society and Its Morality - 250 Years of Adam Smith's Theory of Moral Sentiments (Petri, and Zöller, eds.) (Bayreuth, 2010); “Legal Fictionalism and the Economics of Normativity ” in Theoretical Foundations of Law and Economics (White, ed.) (Cambridge University Press, 2009); “Is the Will Theory of Rights Superseded by the Hybrid Theory?” in Law: Metaphysics, Meaning, and Objectivity (Villanueva, ed.) (Rodopi Philosophical Studies, 2007); “Business, Government, and Law” in A New Economic History of Argentina (della Paolera, and Taylor, eds.) (Cambridge University Press, 2004); “Book Review of "The Representative Claim" by Michael Saward” in Perspectives on Politics (Oxford University Press, forthcoming ); “Legal Reasons and Upgrading reasons” in Unpacking Normativity (Kenneth Einar Himma, Miodrag Jovanovic, and Bojan Spaic, eds.) (Oxford University Press, forthcoming ); “Philosophy and Law and Economics” in The Methodology of Law Economics (Ulen, ed.) (Edward Elgar Publishing, forthcoming ); and “The Constitutional Jury as Guardian of the Constitution” in The Neutral Third Party in Conflict Resolution (Elster, and Przeworski, eds.) (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming ).

    “Decisional Nonconsequentialism and the Risk Sensitivity of Obligation” in 32 Social Philosophy & Policy (2016); “Hume's Theory of Justice” in 5 Rationality, Markets and Morals 47 (2014); “The Reflective Nature of Moral Rights” in 2 Metodo. International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy 35 (2014); “The Forgotten Roberto Vacca” in 14 Revista Argentina de Teoría Jurídica (2013); “The Irrelevance of Ideal Morality to International Law” in Philosophy of Law and General Theory of Law (2013); “Four Conceptions of Freedom” in 38 Political Theory 780 (2010); “Value Pluralism and the Two Concepts of Rights” in 46 San Diego Law Review 819 (2010); “Don't Cry for Me Argentina: Economic Crises and the Restructuring of Financial Property” in 14 Fordham Journal of Banking and Financial Law 771 (2009); “The Right to a Constitutional Jury” in 3 Legisprudence 111 (2009); “Constitutional Transplants and the Mutation Effect” in 83 Chicago-Kent Law Review 129 (2008); “A Contractarian Approach to Unconscionability” in 81 Chicago-Kent Law Review 96 (2006); “Philosophical Foundations of Labor Law” in 33 Florida State University Law Review 1119 (2006); “Promises, Commitments, and the Foundations of Contract Law” in 81 Chicago-Kent Law Review 3 (2006); “Fairness and Welfare from a Comparative Law Perspective” in 79 Chicago-Kent Law Review 521 (2004); “Law and Economics and Legal Scholarship” in 79 Chicago-Kent Law Review 345 (2004); “The Future of Legal Science in Civil Law Jurisdictions” in 65 Louisiana Law Review 255 (2004); “Judicial Review, Rights, and Democracy” in 22 Law and Philosophy 285 (2003); “Rights, Equality, and Liberty” in 4 The Journal of Ethics 166 (with Pincione) (1999); and “An Outline of a Theory Justifying Intellectual Property Rights” in 11 European Intellectual Property Review 8 (1989).

    Ursin, Edmund

    Ursin's publications include The Politics of Protest (with Skolnick, et al. ) (New York University Press, 2010); Understanding Enterprise Liability: Rethinking Tort Reform for the Twenty-First Century (with Nolan) (Temple University Press, 1995); Pollution and Policy (with Krier) (University of California Press, 1977); and The Politics of Protest (with Skolnick, et al. ) (Simone Schuster, 1969).

    “The California Supreme Court and Judicial Lawmaking: The Jurisprudence of the California Supreme Court” in 9 California Legal History 383 (2014); “Holmes, Cardozo and the Legal Realists: Early Incarnations of Legal Pragmatism and Enterprise Liability” in 50 San Diego Law Review 537 (2013); “Clarifying the Normative Dimension of Legal Realism: The Example of Holmes's The Path of the Law” in 49 San Diego Law Review 487 (2012); “The Missing Normative Dimension in Brian Leiter's 'Reconstructed' Legal Realism” in 49 San Diego Law Review 1 (2012); “How Great Judges Think: Judges Richard Posner, Henry Friendly, and Roger Traynor on Judicial Lawmaking” in 57 Buffalo Law Review 1267 (2009); “Clarifying Duty: California's No duty for Sports Regime” in 45 San Diego Law Review 383 (with Carter) (2008); “An Enterprise No-Fault Liability Suitable for Judicial Adoption- with a Draft Judicial Opinion” in 41 San Diego Law Review 11211 (with Nolan) (2004); “Dean Leon Green and the Foundation of Modern Personal Injury Law” in 47 Wayne Law Review 91 (with Nolan) (2001); and “The Deacademicification of Tort Theory” in 48 Kansas Law Review 59 (with Nolan) (1999).

    Ursin's community involvement includes .

    Wiggins, Mary Jo

    Wiggins' publications include Questions & Answers: Bankruptcy, no. 2nd (with Markell) (Lexis Nexis, 2017).

    “Assisted Person” in Collier on Bankruptcy, no. 16th (Resnick, and Sommer, eds.) (Lexis Nexis, 2015); “Bankruptcy Assistance” in Collier on Bankruptcy, no. 16th (Resnick, and Sommer, eds.) (Lexis Nexis, 2015); “Debt Relief Assistance” in Collier on Bankruptcy, no. 16th (Resnick, and Sommer, eds.) (Lexis Nexis, 2015); “Disclosures” in Collier on Bankruptcy , no. 16th (Resnick, and Sommer, eds.) (Lexis Nexis, 2015); “Requirements for Debt Relief Agencies” in Collier on Bankruptcy, no. 16th (Resnick, and Sommer, eds.) (Lexis Nexis, 2015); “Restrictions on Debt Relief Agencies” in Collier on Bankruptcy, no. 16th (Resnick, and Sommer, eds.) (Lexis Nexis, 2015); “Turnover of Estate Property” in Collier on Bankruptcy, no. 16th (Resnick, and Sommer, eds.) (Lexis Nexis, 2004); and “Custodial Control of Estate Property” in Collier on Bankruptcy, no. 16th (Resnick, and Sommer, eds.) (Lexis Nexis, 2003).

    “Tribute to the Special Issue on teh 60th Anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education” in 52 San Diego Law Review 811 (2015); “The Political Economy of the $26 Billion Dollar Mortgage Settlement” in 41 Western State University Law Review (2013); “The 20052 Bankruptcy Reform Act Changes the Rules for Debt Relief Agnecies, Assited Persons, and Advertising” in ABA Labor Law Journal (2007); “Conservative Economics and Optimal Consumer Bankruptcy Policy” in 7 Theoretical Inquiries in Law 347 (2006); “Small Business Bankruptcies and Single Asset Real Estate Cases: Update and Analysis” in 4 Business Law News 5 (2006); “Finance and Factionalism: The Uneasy Present (and Future) of Special Interest Committees in Corporate Reorganization Law” in 41 San Diego Law Review 1373 (2004); “Race, Class, and Suburbia: The Modern Black Suburb as a Race-Making Situation” in 35 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 749 (2002); “A Statute of Disbelief?: Clashing Ethical Imperatives in Fraudulent Transfer Law” in 48 South Carolina Law Review 771 (1997); “Globalism, Parochialism, and Procedure: A Critical Assessment of Local Rulemaking in Bankruptcy Court” in 46 South Carolina Law Review 1245 (1995); “ The New Rawlsian Theory of Bankruptcy Ethics” in 16 Cardozo Law Review 111 (1994); “Critical Race Theory and Classical Liberal Scholarship: A Distinction Without a Difference?” in 82 California Law Review 787 (with Brooks) (1994); “Undersecured Creditors in Bankruptcy: Dewsnup, Nobleman, and the Decline of Priority” in 25 Arizona State Law Journal 547 (1993); and “The Political Economy of the $26 Billion Dollar Mortgage Settlement” in 39 Western State University Law Review 337 ().

    Wiggins' presentations and conferences include "A Career in Law & Service to the Community: Finding the Balance" as moderator at Black Law Students Association Speaker Panel at University of San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (September 1, 2016); "Black in the Classroom" at 48th Annual Western Region Black Law Students Association Convention at in San Diego, Calif. (2016); "Don't Cry for Me, Oklahoma: the Political Economy of the $26 Billion Dollar Mortgage Settlement" at Symposium on Business and Commeridcal Law at Western State University College of Law in Fullerton, Calif. (March 1, 2012); "Legal Ethics and Professionalism" at at University of San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (August 1, 2010); "What's Not Being Talked AboutL Motherhiid & Sexism in the Law" at at University of San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (October 1, 2009); "Legal Ethics and Professionalism " at at University of San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (August 1, 2009); "Legal Ethics and Professionalism" at at University of San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (August 1, 2008); "Race, Gender & Change in Contemporary Life" at Southern Vermont College's 2007-2008 Distingushed Lecture Vermont College at Southern Vermont College in Bennington, Vt. (April 1, 2008); "Maxed Out " at Law & Social Justice Film Series at University of San Diego in San Diego, Calif. (March 15, 2008); "Bankruptcy Practice After the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2005" at American Law Institute-American Bar Association Study Program at in San Diego, Calif. (December 1, 2006); "Jurisdictional Issues in Bankruptcy: Update and Analysis" at Thirty-Second Annual Southeastern Bankruptcy Law Institute at in Atlanta, Ga. (April 1, 2006); "Small Business Provisions and single Asset Real Estate Provisions in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy: Update and Analysis" at Thirty-Second Annual Southeastern Bankruptcy Law Institute at in Atlanta, Ga. (April 1, 2006); "Debt Relief Agencies ,Assisted Persons, Disclosure, and Advertisements under the New Bankruptcy Law: An Overview of Selected Ethical Issues" at American Bankruptcy Institute Winter Leadership Conference at in Indian Wells, Calif. (December 1, 2005); "Should The City of San Diego File for Chpater 9 Bankruptcy" at at The San Diego Chapter of the Federalis Society in San Diego, Calif. (October 1, 2005); "Conservative Economics and Optimal Consumer Bankruptcy Policy" at The Cegla enter for Interdisciplinary Research of teh Law at Tel Aviv University School of Law in Tel Aviv, (June 1, 2005); "Notice to Creditor Issues Under the New Bankruptcy Law" at State Bar of California Business Law Section Educational Program at in San Diego, Calif. (May 1, 2005); "Recent Trends in Consumer Bankruptcy Law: United States Supreme Court and Courts of Appeal Developments " at National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys Annual Convention at in San Diego, Calif. (April 1, 2005); "Creditors' Committees in Chapter 11 bankruptcy: Soup and Nuts" at American Bar Association Section of Business Law Spring Meeting at in Seattle, Wash. (April 1, 2004); "Bankruptcy Rule Changes You Should Know bout: Update and Analysis" at Biennial Bankruptcy Institute at University of Kentucky School os Law in Lexington, Ky. (May 1, 2003); "The Social, political and Economic Implications of the Mega-Bankruptcies" at Ivy League Club of San Diego at in San Diego, Calif. (May 1, 2002); "Recent Developments in Real Property Law" at Real Property Law Section of the State Bar of California at in Palm Springs, Calif. (April 1, 2002); "the Best and Worst of the 'New' Bankruptcy Code" at Association of American Law Schools' Workshop on Bankruptcy at in St. Louis, Mo. (May 1, 2001); "The Economics and Politics of Bankruptcy Reform" at KPS Thse Days Radio Profram at in San Diego, Calif. (April 1, 2001); "Race and Gender Bias in the Bankruptcy Reforem" at National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees Spring Education Seminar at in Nappa Valley, Calif. (March 1, 2001); "Race, Class and Suburbia: The Modern Black Suburb as a 'Race-Making Situation" at American Association of Law Schools' Section on Socio-Economics at in San Francisco, Calif. (2001); "An Update on Recent Amendments to the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure" at Federal Conference of Chief Bankruptcy Judges at in San Diego, Calif. (2000); "Federal Rulemaking and the bankruptcy Courts: An Update" at Federal Conference of Chief Bankruptcy Judges at in San Diego, Calif. (December 1, 1998); "Local Culture and Judicial Discretion" at American Association of Law Schools Section on Debtors and Creditors Rights at in San Francisco, Calif. (1998); and "Should Bankruptcy Judges Write Opinions and, If So, How Should they Write Them?" at National Conference on Bankruptcy Judges Roundtable at in San Diego, Calif. (October 1, 1996).

    Wonnell, Chris

    Wonnell's publications include “The Contractual Disempowerment of Employees” in 46 Stanford Law Review 87 (1993); “The Influential Myth of a Generalized Conflict of Interests Between Labor and Management” in 81 Georgetown Law Journal 39 (1992); and “Problems in the Application of Political Philosophy to Law” in 86 Michigan Law Review 123 (1987).