Summer 2006 Issue
Aaron Professor of Practice and Director, Center for Practice
Marjorie taught a two-day Decision Analysis course at Hamline University School of Law.
At the CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution in Atlanta, Marjorie:
- Taught a two-day Advanced Mediation and Mediation Advocacy Workshop.
- Lectured on Decision Analysis: It’s Not Just For Settlement Anymore
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Brown Bettman Invited Professor of Law
published monthly Legally Speaking columns in the American
Israelite and City Beat on:
- Before You Take My House, Please Send Me a Postcard, which dicusses the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Jones v. Flowers (adequacy of notice required to owner before selling house at tax foreclosure sale).
- In Abuse Lawsuit, Timing is Everything, which discusses the Ohio Supreme Court's decision in Doe v. Archdiocese of Cincinnati (barring claims of man against priest who has abused him as a child).
- Executive Privilege and Public Records, which discusses the Ohio Supreme Court's creation of a qualified gubernatorial communications privilege and its application to records sought about the "Coingate" scandal by state senator Marc Dann under a public records request.
Marianna presented Ohio's Struggle Over Prenatal Torts as part of the UC Faculty Summer Scholarship Series. The article has been accepted for publication in Ohio Trial.
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Biancalana Professor of Law
Joseph's article, The Origins and Early Development of the Writs of Entry, was accepted for publication in the Law and History Review. His article, For Want of Justice: Legal Reforms of Henry II, 88 Colum. L. Rev. 433 (1988), was cited in Carl F. Minzner, Xinfang: An Alternative to Formal Chinese Legal Institutions, 42 Stan. J. Int'l L. 103 (2006).
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Bilionis Dean and Nippert Professor of Law
Lou published Criminal Justice after the Conservative Reformation, 94 Geo. L.J. 1347 (2006).
Lou was interviewed on proposed Ohio legislation to ban abortion on Cincinnati Edition
(WVXU-91.7 FM) (June 18, 2006). He was selected to participate in Leadership Cincinnati
Lou hosted a reception for UC Alumni at the Ohio State Bar Association convention (Akron,
May 4, 2006) and for the UC College of Law Board of Visitors meeting (June 22, 2006)
Lou delivered several addresses and remarks, and participated in panels:
- Healthcare Roundtable, co-sponsored by Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Harris K. Weston Institution for Law and Public Policy of the Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati, Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati, Health Policy Institute of Ohio, United Way of Greater Cincinnati, Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights, Cincinnati, OH (June 9, 2006) (program moderator and facilitator).
- Commencement Address, Cincinnati Academy of Leadership for Lawyers, Cincinnati, OH (May 17, 2006).
- Admission to the Bar Ceremony, Ohio Supreme Court, The Ohio Theater, Columbus, OH (May 8, 2006) (address).
- "Conversations on the Constitution,"; Cincinnati Bar Association Community Service Committee 2006 Law Day program, Cincinnati, OH (May 2, 2006) (moderator).
- ABA New Deans' Workshop (June 13-16, 2006).
- Ohio State Bar Association Annual Convention (May 3-5, 2006).
Several of Lou's articles were cited:
- Conversative Reformation, Popularization, and the Lessons of Reading Criminal Justice as Constitutional Law, 52 UCLA L. Rev. 979 (2005), in John C. Eastman, Politics and the Court: Did the Supreme Court Really Move Left Because of Embarrassment over Bush v. Gore?, 94 Geo. L.J. 1475 (2006), and Jeffrey L. Fisher, Categorical Requirements in Constitutional Criminal Procedure, 94 Geo L.J. 1493 (2006).
- Criminal Justice after the Conservative Reformation, 94 Geo. L.J. 1347 (2006), in Joseph F. Kennedy, Cautious Liberalism, 94 Geo. L.J. 1537 (2006), and Andres E. Taslitz, Eyewitness Identification, Democratic Deliberation, and the Politics of Science, 4 Cardozo Pub. L. Pol'y & Ethics J. 271 (2006).
- Lawyers, Arbitrariness, and the Eighth Amendment, 75 Tex. L. Rev. 1301 (1997) (with Richard A. Rosen, in Richard A. Rosen, Reflections on Innocence, 2006 Wis. L. Rev. 237.
- Liberty, the "Law of the Land," and Abortion in North Carolina, 71 N.C. L. Rev. 1839 (1993), In Deborah N. Archer & Kele S. Williams, Making America "The Land of Second Chances": Restoring Scioeconomic Rights for Ex-offenders, 30 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 527 (2006).
- Process, the Constitution, and Substantive Criminal Law, 96 Mich. L. Rev. 1269 (1998), in Douglas Husak, The Criminal Law as Last Resort, 24 Oxford J. Legal Stud. 207 (2004).
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Barbara Black Professor of Law and Director, Corporate Law Center
Barbara joined the faculty over the summer. She completed two articles:
Barbara finalized a survey instrument that will be mailed to participants in NYSE/NASD broker-customer arbitrations in the past five years, as part of a study to assess participants' perceptions of the fairness of securities arbitration, pursuant to a contract with the Securities Industry Conference on Arbitration (SICA). She participated in the Law & Society Annual Meeting in Baltimore as a participant on two panesls on Recent Developments in Corporate and Securities Law.
- Tattlers and Trail Blazers: Attorneys' Liability for Clients' Fraud, a solicited response to an article by Marc Steinberg which will appear in a forthcoming issue of the Washburn Law Journal.
- Transforming Rhetoric into Reality: A Federal Remedy for Negligent Brokerage Advice.
Barbara was quoted in Ten Ways Brokers Pick Pockets on Aug. 6, 2006. She was identified and interviewed as one of the twelve women appointed to tenure-track positions in the corporate law field prior to 1978, and the findings of that survey are analyzed in Margaret V. Sachs, Women in Corporate Law Teaching: A Tale of Two Generations, 65 Md. L. Rev. 666 (2006).
Two of Barbara's articles were cited:
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Christopher Bryant Professor of Law
Chris and his co-authors (Thomas B. McAffee & Jay S. Bybee) completed the final revisions to, and reviewed and revised the page proof of, their forthcoming book, Powers Reserved for the People and the State: A History of the Ninth and Tenth Amendments (Praeger Publishers).
Two of Chris's articles were cited:
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L. Caron Charles Hartsock Professor of Law and Director, Faculty Projects
taught Federal Income Tax as a Visiting Professor of Law at the University of San Diego School of Law.
Foundation Press published Criminal Procedure Stories, by Carol Steiker (Harvard), the fourteenth book in its Law Stories Series for which Paul serves as Series Editor. LexisNexis published Federal Tax Accounting, by Michael Lang (Chapman), Elliott Manning (Miami) & Steven Willis (Florida), the second book in the Graduate Tax Series for which Paul serves as Series Editor.
Paul attended a meeting of the Board of Directors of CALI (The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction) at the 2006 Conference on Law School Computing in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Paul published several issues of his Tax Law Abstracts e-journals:
Paul launched two new blogs as part of his Law Professor Blog Network:
Paul was quoted in:
Several of Paul's books and articles were cited:
- 15 issues of Tax Law & Policy (vol. 7, nos. 24-38)
- 7 issues of Practitioner Series (vol. 6, nos. 24-30)
- 7 issues of International Comparative Tax (vol. 6, nos. 10-16) (co-edited with Robert A. Green (Cornell))
- Federal Wealth Transfer Taxation (Foundation Press, 5th ed. 2003) (with Paul R. McDaniel & James R. Repetti), in Max M. Schanzenbach & Robert H. Sitkoff, Perpetuities or Taxes? Explaining the Rise of the Perpetual Trust, 27 Cardozo L. Rev. 2465 (2006).
- Tax Stories (Foundation Press, 2003), in Brant J. Hellwig, The Supreme Court's Casual Use of the Assignment of Income Doctrine, 2006 U. Ill. L. Rev. 751.
- What Law Schools Can Learn From Billy Beane and the Oakland Athletics, 82 Tex. L. Rev. 1483 (2004) (with Rafael Gely), in L. Darnell Weeden, Raising the Bar in the Affirmative Action Debate: A Pragmatic Comment on Professor Richard H. Sander's Systemic Analysis of Affirmative Action in American Law Schools Article, 15 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Soc. Just. 195 (2006).
- Ranking Law Schools: Using SSRN to Measure Scholarly Performance, 81 Ind. L.J. 83 (2006) (with Bernard S. Black), in Victor Fleischer, Brand New Deal: The Branding Effect of Corporate Deal Structures, 104 Mich. L. Rev. 1581 (2006).
- Back to the Future: Teaching Law Through Stories, 71 U. Cin. L. Rev. 405 (2002), in Debora L. Threedy, Legal Archaeology: Excavating Cases, Reconstructing Context, 80 Tul. L. Rev. 1197 (2006), and Erin Jones, Labor Law Stories, 27 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 246 (2006) (book review).
- Taking Back the Law School Classroom: Using Technology to Foster Active Student Learning, 54 J. Legal Educ. 551 (2004) (with Rafael Gely), in Miriam A. Cherry & Robert L. Rogers, Tiersias and the Justices: Using Information Markets to Predict Supreme Court Decisions, 100 Nw. U. L. Rev. 1141 (2006).
- Tax Myopia, or Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Tax Lawyers, 13 Va. Tax Rev. 517 (1994), in Kristin E. Hickman, The Need for Mead: Rejecting Tax Exceptionalism in Judicial Deference, 90 Minn. L. Rev. 1537 (2006).
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Margaret Drew Professor of Clinical Law and Director, Domestic Relations/Violence
In June and again in August, Margaret spent two days (each time) in Washington, D.C. attending focus group meetings at the request of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, continuing her work with the Council on enhanced judicial response in custody and visitation issues in domestic violence cases.
At the ABA annual meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii, Margaret hosted a program as Chair of the Commission on Domestic Violence on The Faith-Based Response to Teen Dating Violence, featuring Reverend Al Miles. ABA President Karen Mathis made introductory remarks at the meeting.
Margaret successfully submitted policy on behalf of the Commission to the House of Delegates that was passed at the August annual meeting. The policy recommends that states amend their civil protection order statute to allow protection orders to be granted to petitioners who are victims of domestic violence who are or were in dating relationships with the perpetrator whether or not the parties lived together or have a child in common.
Margaret was honored by the Commission as she completed her term as Chair. President Mathis requested that she spend this year working on her Youth at Risk Initiative. Margaret will remain as special advisor to the Commission. Margaret participated in a steering committee meeting organized by the Commission to plan two Custody Institutes to be held in 2007 to address family court custody and visitation issues encountered by victims of domestic violence and their attorneys.
Margaret was quoted in Women Beaten by Husband Wins Suit, Washington Post, Aug. 18, 2006, at B1.
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Rafael Gely Professor of
Several of Rafael’s articles were cited:
- What Law Schools Can Learn from Billy Beane and the Oakland Athletics, 82 Tex. L. Rev. 1483 (2004) (with Paul Caron), in L. Darnell Weeden, Raising the Bar in the Affirmative Action Debate: A Pragmatic Comment on Professor Richard H. Sander's Systemic Analysis of Affirmative Action in American Law Schools Article, 15 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Soc. Just. 195 (2006)
- The Political Economy of Supreme Court Constitutional Decisions: The Case of Roosevelt's Court-Packing Plan, 12 Init'l Rev. L. & Econ. 45 (1992) (with Pablo T. Spiller), in Adrian Vermeule, Political Constraints on Supreme Court Reform, 90 Minn. L. Rev. 1154 (2006).
- Taking Back the Law School Classroom: Using Technology to Foster Active Student Learning, 54 J. Legal Educ. 551 (2004) (with Paul Caron), in Miriam A. Cherry & Robert L. Rogers, Tiresias and the Justices: Using Information Markets to Predict Supreme Court Decisions, 100 Nw. U. L. Rev. 1141 (2006).
- 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), in Orly Lobel, Interlocking Regulatory and Industrial Relations: The Governance of Workplace Safety, 57 Admin. L. Rev. 1071 (1995).
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A. Godsey Associate Professor of Law and Faculty Director, Lois and Richard Rosenthal Institute
for Justice, Ohio Innocence Project
Mark was quoted in several newspaper articles:
- My God, This Thing is Horrifying, Dayton Daily News, Aug. 8, 2006, at A6.
- Murder, Then Rush to Judgment, Dayton Daily News, Aug. 6, 2006, at A8.
- Ohio Innocence Project Fights to Free Wrongly Convicted Inmates, Akron Beacon J., June 23, 2006.
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and Richard Rosenthal Institute for Justice/Ohio Innocence
Christo Lassiter Professor
article, TV or Not TV—That is the Question, 86
J. Crim. L. & Criminology 928 (1996), was cited
in Kevin F. O'Malley et al., Federal Jury Practice and
Instructions (Thomson-West, 6th ed. 2006).
Christo was quoted in several newspaper articles:
- Veterans Hall of Fame to Honor 20: The Class of 2006, Which Includes Eight Miami Valley Veterans, Will Be Inducted Nov. 2, Dayton Daily News, Aug. 24, 2006, at Z8.
- Wll "Battered Life" Defense Work?, Cincinnati Post, Aug. 22, 2006, at A2.
- Who Paid for Calls Pushing Jail Tax?, Cincinnati Enquirer, Aug. 16, 2006, at 1B.
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Bert B. Lockwood, Jr. Distinguished
Service Professor of Law and Director, Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights
One of the books in the Series, Erick Tover, The Witnesses: War Crimes and the Promise of Justice in The Hague, won the Best Book in Human Rights Award from the American Political Science Association.
published Women's Rights: A Human Rights Quarterly Reader (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006). His Pennsylvania Series of Human Rights, University Press, published two new books:
Bert hosted two groups of distinguished foreign visitors sponsored by the U.S. State Department.
Bert's articles, The United Nations Charter and United States Civil Rights Litigation, 1946-1955, 69 Iowa L. Rev. 901 (1984), Litigating State Constitutional rights to Happiness and Safety: A Strategy for Ensuring the Provision of Basic Needs to the Poor, 2 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 1 (1993) (with R. Colliins Owens IIi & Grace A. Severyn), were cited in Judith Resnik, Law's Migration: American Exceptionalism, Silent Dialogues, and Federalism's Multiple Ports of Entry, 115 Yale L.J. 1564 (2006).
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Bradford C. Mank James
B. Helmer Jr. Professor of Law
completed two manuscripts:
Brad presented The Dormant Commerce Clause and Public Waste Facilities as part of the UC Faculty Summer Scholarship Series. Cincinnaty Mayor Mark Mallory and Council Member David Crowley asked Brad to serve on the planning group to restore the City's Office of Environmental Management. The City Manager, Milton Dohoney, Jr., reappointed Brad as Chair of the Cincinnati Environmental Advisory Council, which advises the City Council, the City Manager and City Departments regarding environmental issues.
- Implementing Rapanos—Will Justice Kennedy's Significant Nexus Test Provide a Workable Standard for Lower Courts, Regulators and Developers?
- Are Public Facilities Different from Private Ones?: Adopting a new Standard of Review for the Dormat Commerce Clause.
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Rachel Jay Smith Legal Research & Writing Professor
attended the 12th Biennial Legal Writing Institute ("LWI") Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. She submitted, and the LWI accepted for its Idea Bank, one of her research projects for the fall semester of Lawyering I: Legal Research and Writing:
Rachel assisted Jenny Carroll in conducting a moot court session for 3L Joseph Brunner in preparation for an Ohio Innocence Project oral argument before the Fourth District Court of Appeals. She also assisted Jack Wittman (Wittman Hydro Planning Associates, Inc.) in pre-legislative policy development for Indiana water use planning. This work is being used as background for a Governor's Task Force that is currently considering the state's role in the management of water shortages.
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E. Solimine Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Donald P. Klekamp Professor of Law
and Director, Extern Program
Michael published Due Process and En Banc Decisionmaking, 48 Ariz. L. rev. 325 (2006), part of a symposium on the Ninth Circuit. Several articles in the symposium cited his work, including:
Several casebooks, academic press books, and law review articles cited Michael's work:
- Judicial Influence: A Citation Analysis of Federal Courts of Appeals Judges, 27 J. Legal Stud. 271 (1998) (with William M. Landes & Lawrence Lessig), in Rorie Spill Solberg, Court Size and Diversity on the Bench: The Ninth Circuit and Its Sisters, 48 Ariz. L. Rev. 247 (2006).
- Ideology and En Banc Review, 67 N.C. L. Rev. 29 (1988), and Diluting Justice on Appeal?: An Examination of the Use of District Court Judges Sitting by Designattion on the United States Courts of Appeals, U Mich. J.L. Reform 351 (1995) (with Richard B. Saphire), in Sara C. Benesh, The Contribution of "Extra" Judges, 48 Ariz. L. Rev. 301 (2006).
- Supreme Court Monitoring of State Courts in the Twenty-First Century, 35 Ind. L. Rev. 335 (2002), in Kevin M. Scott, Supreme Court Reversals of the Ninth Circuit, 48 Ariz. L. Rev. 341 (2006).
Academic press books:
- Formalism, Pragmatism, and the Conservative Critique of the Eleventh Amendment, 101 Mich. L. Rev. 1463 (2003), and The Supreme Court and the DIG: An Empirical and Institutional Analysis, 2005 Wisc. L. Rev. 1421 (with Rafael Gely), in Richard H. Fallon, Jr. & Daniel J. Meltzer, et al, Hart and Wechsler's The Federal Courts and the Federal System (Foundation Press, 2006 Supp.)
- Revitalizing Interlocutory Appeals in the Federal Courts, 58 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 1165 (1990), and Deciding to Decide: Class Action Certification and Interlocutory Review by the United States Courts of Appeals Under Rule 23(f), 41 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1531 (2000) (with Christine Oliver Hines), in Linda J. Silberman & Allan R. Stein, et al., Civil Procedure: Theory and Practice (Aspen, 2d ed. 2006).
- Constitutional Litigation in Federal and State Courts: An Empirical Analysis of Judicial Parity, 10 Hastings Const. L.Q. 213 (1983) (with James L. Walker), and Shoring Up Article III: Legislative Court Doctrine in the Post-CFTC v. Schor Era, 68 B.U.L. Rev. 85 (1988) (with Richard B. Saphire), in James E. Pfander, Principles of Federal Jurisdiction (Thomson/West 2006).
- Removal, Remands, and Reforming Federal Appellate Review, 58 Mo. L. Rev. 287 (1993), Diluting Justice on Appeal, Revitalizing Interlocutory Appeals, and Deciding to Decide, in Daniel J. Meador & Thomas E. Baker, et al., Appellate Courts: Structures, Functions, Processes, and Personnel (LexisNexis 2d ed. 2006).
- "Judicial Influence: and The Next Word: Congressional Response to Supreme Court Statutory Decisions, 65 Temple L. Rev. 425 (1992) (with James L. Walker), in Lawrence Baum, Judges and Their Audiences: A Perspective on Judicial Behavior (Princeton University Press 2006).
- The Three-Judge District Court in Voting Rights Litigation, 30 Mich. J.L. Ref. 79 (1996), Ideology and En Banc Review, Supreme Court Supervision, and Diluting Justice on Appeal, in Virginia A. Hettinger & Stefanie A. Lindquist, et al., Judging on a Collegial Court: Influences on Federal Appellate Decision Making (University of Virginia Press 2006).
- The Next Word, in Adrian Vermeule, Judging under Uncertainty: An Institutional Theory of Legal Interpretation (Harvard University Press 2006).
- Deciding to Decide, in David F. Herr, Annotated Manual for Complex Litigation (Thomas/West, 2006 Supp.).
- Revitalizing Interlocutory Appeals in the Federal Courts, in Kyle J. Fiet, Restoring the Promise of Markman: Interlocutory Patent Appeals Reevaluated Post-Philips v. Awh Corp., 84 N.C. L. Rev. 1291 (2006).
- Formalism, Pragmatism, and the Conservative Critique of the Eleventh Amendment, in Eric Berger, The Collision of the Takings and State Sovereign Immunity Doctrines, 63 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 493 (2006).
- The Quiet Revolution in Personal Jurisdiction, 73 Tul. L. Rev. 1 (1998), in Wendy Parker, Lessons in Losing: Race Discrimination in Employment, 81 Notre Dame L. Rev. 889 (2006).
- State Court Regulation of Offers of Judgment and Its Lessons For Federal Practice, 13 Ohio St. J. Disp. Resol. 51 (1997) (with Bryan Pacheco), in Merritt E. McAlister, The Swift, Silent Sword Hiding in the (Defense) Attorney's Arsenal: The Inefficacy of Georgia's New Offer of Judgment Statute as Procedural Tort Reform, 40 Ga. L. Rev. 995 (2006).
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N. Steinman Assistant Professor of Law
Irrepressible Myth of Celotex: Reconsidering Summary Judgment
Burdens Twenty Years after
the Trilogy, 63 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 144 (2006). He completed an article, "Less" is "More"? Textualism, Intentionalism, and a Better Solution to the Class Action Fairness Act's Appellate Deadline Riddle.
Adam presented A Federal Common Law for the Age of Textualism as part of the UC Faculty Summer Scholarship Series. Two of Adam's articles were cited:
- The Irrepressible Myth of Celotex: Reconsidering Summary Judgment Burdens Twenty Years after the Trilogy, 63 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 144 (2006), in United States v. Kandirakis, No. 04-1037-WGY, 2006 WL 2147610, (D. mass. Aug. 1, 2006).
- Sausage-Making, Pigs' Ears, and Congressional Expansions of Federal Jurisdiction: Exxon Mobil v. Allapattah and its Lessons for the Class Action Fairness Act, 81 Wash. L. Rev. 279 (2006), in Charles Alan Wright & Arthur R. Miller, et al., Federal Practice and Procedure (West, 2006 Supp.); Kevin M. Clermont, Jurisdictional Fact, 91 Cornell L. Rev. 973 (2006); and Joel Schellhammer, Defining the Court's Role as Faithful Agent in Statutory Interpretation: Exxon Mobil Corp. v. Allapattah Services, Inc., 29 Harv. J.L. 7 Pub. Pol'y 1119 (2006).
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P. Tomain Dean Emeritus and Wilbert and Helen
Ziegler Professor of Law
Two of Joe's publications were cited:
Joe was quoted in Owners to Regain Norwood Property, Cincinnati Enquirer, July 28, 2006 at 1B.
- Energy Law, (2004) (with Richard Cudany), in Matthew Waldron, Exploring Failed Electricity Deregulation: Lawyer's Role in Supporting a Healthy Marketplace, 19 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 1005 (2006).
- Nuclear Transition: From Three Mile Island to Chernobyl, 28 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 363 (1987) (with Constance Dowd Burton), in Christopher C. Chandler, Recent Developments in Licensing and Regulation at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, 58 Admin. L. Rev. 485 (2006).
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L. Williams Associate
Professor of Law
Verna presented, with Kristin Kalsem, What Is Social Justice Feminism? as part of the UC Faculty Summer Scholarship Series. Verna's article, Reform or Retrenchment?: Single-Sex Education and the Construction of Race and Gender, 2004 Wis. L. Rev. 15 (2004) was cited in Kimberly J. Jenkins, Constitutional Lessons for the Next Generation of Public Single-Sex Elementary and Secondary Schools, 47 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1953 (2006).
published three articles:
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Brunk Wuerth Professor of Law
Ingrid was named a Humboldt Fellow this summer at the Free University in Berlin, where she worked on issues related to the Europe and the global war on terror. At the Free University, she also gave a presentation to faculty and students on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Ingrid published an op-ed in a leading Berlin newspaper entitled: Die (Ohn-)Macht des Völkerrrechts, Der Tagesspeigel (Aug. 6, 2006). She attended a conference on Legitimacy and International Law at the Max-Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg.
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