Edited by Paul
Charles Hartsock Professor of Law and
Director of Faculty Projects
Joseph presented Penalty Clauses from Roman Law to English Common
Law, at the Thirtieth Annual Sewanee Medieval Colloquium at the
University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee. His article, Defining
the Proper Corporate Constituency: Asking the Wrong Question, 59
U. Cincinnati. L. Rev. 425 (1990), was cited in Michael Abramowicz,
Speeding up the Crawl to the Top, 20 Yale J. Regulation 139 (2003).
Marianna presented Ohio Joins the New Federalism Movement: A Little
To-ing and a Little Fro-ing at a conference at Cleveland State law
school on the bicentennial of the Ohio Constitution to be published
in that school's Law Review. She served on a panel of the Truman Scholarship
Foundation (with Federal Judge Nathanial Jones and Cincinnati City Councillor
and Adjunct Professor John Cranley) in awarding scholarships to juniors
in college from Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana with "exceptional leadership
potential who are committed to careers in government, the non-profit
or advocacy sectors, education or elsewhere in the public service" in
order to provide them with "financial support for graduate study, leadership
training, and fellowship with other students who are committed to making
a difference through public service."
Kristin was awarded the 2003 Goldman Prize for Excellence in Teaching
Paul was awarded the 2003 Goldman Prize for Excellence in Teaching (www.law.uc.edu/intranet/news/goldman03.html).
He presented Cultivating an Active Learning Environment in the Classroom
at Boston College Law School as part of UC's Scholar Exchange Program.
Paul's Tax Stories book was featured in Tom Herman, Tax Report,
Wall Street Journal, Apr. 24, 2003, at D2. Foundation Press published
the second book in his Law Stories series, Torts Stories,
edited by Robert L. Rabin (Stanford) & Stephen D. Sugarman (Cal-Berkeley),
with contributors Kenneth S. Abraham (Virginia), Anita Bernstein (Emory),
Mark L. Geistfeld (NYU), Stephen G. Gilles (Quinnipiac), Daniel J. Givelber
(Northeastern), James A. Henderson, Jr. (Cornell), Saul Levmore (Chicago),
Peter H. Schuck (Yale), and Kenneth W. Simons (Boston University).
Paul published several issues of his Tax Law Abstracts
e-journals www.ssrn.com: four issues
each of Tax Law & Policy (vol. 4, nos. 13-16) and Practitioner
Series (vol. 3, nos. 13-16) (both co-edited with Joseph Bankman
(Stanford)), and one issue of International & Comparative Tax
(vol. 3, no. 4) (co-edited with Robert A. Green (Cornell). His book,
Federal Income Tax Anthology (Anderson, 1997) (with Karen C.
Burke (San Diego) & Grayson M.P. McCouch (San Diego), was cited in Jennifer
L. Venghaus, Tax Incentives: A Means of Encouraging Research and
Development for Homeland Security?, 37 Univ. of Richmond L. Rev.
Several of Jack's articles were cited in prestigious law reviews: The
"Blue Wall of Silence" as Evidence of Bias and Motive to Lie: A New
Approach to Police Perjury, 59 U. Pittsburgh L. Rev. 233 (1998)
(with Scott C. Wells), in Jonathan Turley, Tribunals And Tribulations:
The Antithetical Elements of Military Governance in a Madisonian Democracy,
70 George Washington L. Rev. 649 (2002); Emerging from the Margin
of Historical Consciousness: Chinese Immigrants and the History of American
Law, 17 Law & History Rev. 325 (1999), in Peter Margulies, Uncertain
Arrivals: Immigration, Terror, And Democracy After September 11,
2002 Utah L. Rev. 481 (2002); and Segregation's Last Stronghold:
Race Discrimination and the Constitutional Law of Immigration, 46
UCLA L. Rev. 1 (1998), in David Fontana, A Case For The Twenty-first
Century Constitutional Canon: Schneiderman v. United States, 35
Connecticut L. Rev. 35 (2002).
Rafael presented Information Rights in the Knowledge Economy: Shifting
Power Paradigms in the American Workplace at The Ohio State University,
Moritz College of Law, as part of UC's Scholar Exchange Program.
Steve's article, Taking Liberties with Lochner: The Supreme
Court, Workmen's Compensation, and the Struggle to Define Liberty in
the Progressive Era, was accepted for publication in the Oregon
Brad's article, The Draft Title VI Recipient and Revised Investigation
Guidances: Too Much Discretion for EPA and a More Difficult Standard
for Complainants?, 30 Environmental L. Reporter 11,144 (2000), was
cited in Alice Kaswan, Distributive Justice and the Environment,
81 North Carolina L. Rev. 1031 (2003).
Donna published Securities Litigation and Enforcement: Cases and
Materials (West Group, 2003) (with Richard Painter (Illinois) &
Margaret Sachs (Georgia). She presented Playing Peekaboo with Constitutional
Law: The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board and Its Public/Private
Status at the University of Georgia School of Law as part of UC's
Scholar Exchange Program. She was quoted in Gary Young, Senate OKs
Attorney Fines, Levin Amendment Catches ABA Unaware, National Law
Journal, April 21, 2003, A9.
Wendy accepted a position as Professor of Law at Wake Forest University
School of Law, beginning in the 2003-04 academic year.
Ronna was quoted in Sex Offender Wants Court Record Off Web,
Cincinnati Post, April 15, 2003, A1.
Michael presented Recalibrating Justiciability in Ohio Courts
at a conference at Cleveland State law school on the bicentennial of
the Ohio Constitution to be published in that school's Law Review. His
article, Reforming Jury Pool Selection in Ohio (with Rebecca
Klein '04), was accepted for publication in The Ohio Lawyer. Several
of his books and articles were cited in prestigious books and law reviews,
including Forum-Selection Clauses and the Privatization of Procedure,
25 Cornell Int'l L.J. 51 (1992), in David H. Vernon, et al., Conflict
of Laws (LexisNexis 2d ed. 2003), Catherine A. Rogers, Contested
Institutional Structure in Attorney Regulation: Constructing an Enforcement
Regime for International Arbitration, 39 Stanford J. Int'l L. 1
(2003), and Info. Leasing Corp. v. Jaskot, 784 N.E.2d 1191 (Ohio
2003)(Gorman, J.); Judicial Reputation: A Citation Analysis of Federal
Courts of Appeals Judges, 27 J. of Legal Studies 271 (1998) (with
William Landes & Lawrence Lessig), in David E. Klein, Making Law
in the United States Courts of Appeals (Cambridge Univ. Press 2002);
Enforcement and Interpretation of Settlements of Federal Civil Rights
Actions, 19 Rutgers L. J. 295 (1988), in Jeffrey A. Parness & Matthew
R. Walker, Enforcing Settlements in Federal Civil Actions, 36
Indiana L. Rev. 33 (2003); Federalism, Liberty and State Constitutional
Law, 23 Ohio Northern U. L. Rev. 1457 (1997) (with James L. Walker),
in Kirk Stark & Jonathan Zasloff, Tiebout and Tax Revolts: Did Serrano
Really Cause Proposition 13?, 50 UCLA L. Rev. 801 (2003); and Respecting
State Courts: The Inevitability of Judicial Federalism (Greenwood
1999) (with James L. Walker), in Laura S. Fitzgerald, Suspecting
the States: Supreme Court Review of State-court State-law Judgments,
101 Michigan L. Rev. 80 (2002).
Suja was awarded the 2003 Goldman Prize for Excellence in Teaching (www.law.uc.edu/intranet/news/goldman03.html)
She presented Re-examining the Constitutionality of Summary Judgment
Under the Seventh Amendment at the University of Florida, Levin
College of Law, as part UC's Scholar Exchange Program.
Joe attended the Ohio House of Representatives Budget Committee meeting
regarding cuts in higher education. He planned and hosted the Fourth
Annual John H. Burlingame Lecture by Mary Ann Glendon, Learned Hand
Professor of Law, Harvard Law School, on When the New Deal Met the
New World Order: Eleanor Roosevelt and the Framing of the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights. Joe arranged and attended law firm
visits with Taft, Stettinius & Hollister and Graydon, Head & Ritchey.
He attended board meetings of Cincinnati Bar Association, KnowledgeWorks
Foundation, BLAC/CBA Round Table, and RISE Learning Solutions. Joe's
article, Institutionalized Conflict Between Law and Policy, 22
Houston L. Rev. 661 (1985), was cited in the Charles H. Koch, Jr., Administrative
Law and Practice (West Group, 2002-03 Supp.).
Verna presented The Push for Single Sex Education: Where Patriarchy
Meets Racism at the Northeast People of Color Legal Scholarship
Conference in New York.
Ingrid presented The President's Power to Detain U.S. Citizens as
Enemy Combatants at St. Louis University School of Law (as part
of UC's Scholar Exchange Program) and University of Houston Law School.
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