Edited by Paul Caron,
Charles Hartsock Professor of Law and
Director of Faculty Projects
Marjorie was quoted in, A "Tough and Gutsy" Advocate for Justice,
Cincinnati Enquirer, Oct. 10, 2002, at Tempo E1.
Joseph received the inaugural 2002 Harold C. Schott Scholarship Award
and delivered a lecture to the law school community on The Three
Faces of Legal History: A Plea for Context. He also presented a
paper and served as a commentator at a conference on Current Issues
in English Legal History at Arizona State University.
Paul signed a contract with Anderson Publishing Co., now a unit of the
Lexis Law Publishing Group, to serve as Series Editor of a new Graduate
Tax Series of books designed for law school tax LL.M. programs.
His Board of Editors consists of Ellen Aprill (Loyola (LA)), Elliott
Manning (Miami), Philip Postlewaite (Northwestern), and David Richardson
(Florida). Paul attended the AALS Faculty Recruitment Conference in
Washington, D.C. as a member of the College of Law's interviewing team.
He published several issues of his Tax Law Abstracts e-journals
(www.ssrn.com): four issues each of
Tax Law & Policy (vol. 3, nos. 34-37) and Practitioner
Series (vol. 2, nos. 36-39) (both co-edited with Joseph Bankman
(Stanford)); and one issues of International & Comparative Tax
(vol. 2, no. 11) (co-edited with Robert A. Green (Cornell)).
Jack's article, Is There a Plenary Power Doctrine? A Tentative Apology
and Prediction for our Strange but Unexceptional Constitutional Immigration
Law, 15 Georgetown Immigration L.J. 257 (2000), was cited in Anna
Gallagher, Immigration Law Service (West 2d ed. 2002).
Rafael attended the AALS Faculty Recruitment Conference in Washington,
D.C. as a member of the College of Law's interviewing team. His article,
Whose Team Are You On? My Team or My Team?: The NLRA's Section 8(a)(2)
and the TEAM Act, 49 Rutgers L. Rev. 323 (1997), was cited in William
R. Corbett, Waiting for the Labor Law of the Twenty-first Century:
Everything Old Is New Again, 23 Berkeley J. of Employment and Labor
L. 259 (2002); and A Rational Choice Theory of Supreme Court Decision
Making with Applications to the State Farm and Grove City
Cases, 6 J. of Law, Economics & Organizations 263 (1990)
(with Pablo T. Spiller), was cited in Robert M. Howard & Jeffrey
A. Segal, An Original Look at Originalism, 36 Law & Society
Review 113 (2002).
Christo's article, TV or not TV -- That is the Question, 86 J.
of Crim. L. & Criminology 928 (1996), was cited in Ryan Brett Bell
& Paula Odysseos, Sex, Drugs, and Court TV? How America's Increasing
Interest in Trial Publicity Impacts Our Lawyers And The Legal System,
15 Georgetown J. of Legal Ethics 653 (2002). He was quoted in Judges
Spar on Roach Records, Cincinnati Enquirer, Oct. 12, 2002, at Metro
Bert was quoted in UC Not Thrilled with War Plans, Cincinnati
Post, Oct. 9, 2002, at A14.
Betsy attended the AALS Faculty Recruitment Conference in Washington,
D.C. as a member of the College of Law's interviewing team. Her article,
Something Borrowed, Something Blue: Why Disability Law Claims Are
Different, 33 Connecticut L. Rev. 603 (2001), was quoted in Ronald
J. Krotoszynski, Jr, Why Deference?: Implied Delegations, Agency
Expertise, and the Misplaced Legacy of Skidmore, 54 Administrative
L. Rev. 735 (2002).
Brad's article, Using § 1983 To Enforce Title VI's Section 602
Regulations, 49 Kansas L. Rev. 321 (2001), was cited in Keith E.
Eastland, Environmental Justice and the Spending Power: Limits on
Using Title VI and § 1983, 77 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1601 (2002),
and in Jennifer C. Braceras, Killing the Messenger: The Misuse of
Disparate Impact Theory to Challenge High-stakes Educational Tests,
55 Vanderbilt L. Rev. 1111 (2002).
Donna attended the AALS Faculty Recruitment Conference in Washington,
D.C. as chair of the College of Law's interviewing team.
Jim presented the opponents' case in the Debate on State Ballot Issue
One at the Cincinnati Women's City Club. He met with Deputy Solicitor
General Kneedler and several federal legal executives for discussions
on federal preemption as part of the research on his new textbook on
Federal Preemption. Jim negotiated a new book contract with West
for the initial text of their new Business Risk series. He participated
in the panel of international experts on Ombudsmen at the World Bank
as part of the ABA Annual Administrative Law conference. Jim hosted
Chief Judge Daniel Roketenetz's presentation on Remedies for Employee
Whistleblowers in his Administrative Law class.
Bill's article, Domination of a Subsidiary by a Parent, 32 Indiana
L. Rev. 421 (1999), was cited in Leah M. Chan, Corporate Law: A Year
in the Life of Indiana Corporate Law, 35 Indiana L. Rev. 1321 (2002).
Michael published The Causes and Consequences of the Reapportionment
Revolution, 1 Election L.J. 579 (2002) (reviewing Gary Cox &
Jonathan Katz, Elbridge Gerry's Salamander: The Electoral Consequences
of the Reapportionment Revolution (2002)). (The ELJ is co-edited
by Professors Rick Hasen (Loyola (LA)) and Dan Lowenstein (UCLA)). Michael's
work was cited in a variety of prestigious sources: The Next Word:
Congressional Response to Supreme Court Statutory Decisions, 65
Temple L. Rev. 425 (1992) (with James L. Walker), in Jonathan T. Molot,
Reexamining Marbury in the Administrative State: A Structural
and Institutional Defense of Judicial Power over Statutory Interpretation,
96 Northwestern U. L. Rev. 1239 (2002); Shoring Up Article III: Legislative
Court Doctrine in the Post CFTC v. Schor Era, 68 Boston U.
L. Rev. 85 (1988), in John A. Ferejohn, Independent Judges, Dependent
Judiciary: Institutionalizing Judicial Restraint, 77 NYU L. Rev.
962 (2002); Ideology and En Banc Review, 67 North Carolina L.
Rev. 29 (1988), and Deciding to Decide: Class Action Certification
and Interlocutory Review by the United States Courts of Appeals Under
Rule 23(f), 41 William & Mary L. Rev. 1531 (2000). (with Christine
Oliver Hines), in Federal Appellate Practice Guide 9th Circuit
(West 2nd ed. 2002).
Suja's Note, Efforts to Integrate Housing: The Legality of Mortgage-Incentive
Programs, 66 NYU L. Rev. 940 (1991), was cited in James A. Kushner,
Government Discrimination: Equal Protection Law and Litigation
(West 2002). She was quoted in, Time for a New Game Plan, Fans,
Cincinnati Enquirer, Oct. 3, 2002, at Metro A1, and in, The Fact
Bengals Stink Could Mean New Lease, Cincinnati Post, Oct. 16, 2002,
Joe organized and participated in the UC Strike Economic Issues Retreat
seminar on the topic of Equity and Urban Development. He served
on a panel at the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division annual
meeting. Joe attended the AALS Faculty Recruitment Conference in Washington,
D.C. and lead the College of Law's recruitment efforts. He planned,
organized, and facilitated the Fourth Annual Justice Institute for the
Legal Profession in Newark, Ohio. The Justice Institute brings together
experienced members of the Ohio bench, bar, and academe for an intensive
discussion designed to deepen the understanding of legal ethics and
professionalism. Joe's work was cited in a variety of prestigious sources:
Electricity Restructuring: A Case Study in Government Regulation,
33 Tulsa L.J. 827 (1998), and Focus on Natural Resources Theory:
The Dominant Model Of United States Energy Policy, 61 Univ. of Colorado
L. Rev. 355 (1990), in James J. White, A Footnote for Jack Dawson,
100 Michigan L. Rev. 1954 (2002); Institutionalized Conflict Between
Law and Policy, 22 Houston L. Rev. 661 (1985), in Charles H. Koch,
Administrative Law And Practice (West 2002); and A Code of
One's Own, 15 Notre Dame J. L. Ethics & Pubic Policy 153 (2001),
in Joseph David Stutz, Recent Law Review Articles Concerning the
Legal Profession, 26 J. of the Legal Profession 301 (2002).
Ingrid attended the AALS Faculty Recruitment Conference in Washington,
D.C. as a member of the College of Law's interviewing team. Her article,
Challenges to Federal Facility Cleanups and CERCLA Section 113(h),
8 Tulane Envt'l L J 353 (1995), was cited in James T. O'Reilly &
Caroline B. Buenger, RCRA and Superfund: A Practice Guide with Forms
(West 2d ed. 2002).
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