A set of books, journals and law reviews showcasing recent faculty scholarship highlights

2021-22

Laura Appleman

Laura Appleman

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Sherly Buske

  • Pigs, Mats and Little Girls: The Reallocation of Children Disguised as Kastom Adoptions in Vanuatu, Geo. Mason U.C.R.L.J (Forthcoming 2023). 
Keith Cunningham-Parmeter

Keith Cunningham-Parmeter 

Caroline Davidson

Caroline Davidson

  • Femicide in International Criminal Law, Harv. J. L. & Gender (Forthcoming 2023).
  • Of Old Men, Country Clubs, and Atrocities—The Visualities and Externalities of Prosecuting Elderly Human Rights Violators in Chile, 19 J. Int’l Crim. Just. (forthcoming 2021).
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Paul Diller

David Friedman

David Friedman

Brian R. Gallini

Brian R. Gallini

Andrew Gilden

Andrew Gilden

Steven K. Green

Steven Green

  • Separating Church and State: A History (2022). 
  • The Supreme Court's Ahistorical Religion Clause Historicism, 73 Baylor L. Rev. 505 (2022). 
  • No Aid, No Agency, 29 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 1053 (2021). 
Rohan Grey

Rohan Grey

  • Digitizing the Dollar: The Battle for the Soul of Public Money in the Age of Cryptocurrency (Forthcoming 2021). 
  • Equity & Inclusion in Teaching the Law of Digital Money, in Integrating Doctrine & Diversity: Inclusion & Equity Beyond the First Year (Nicole Dyszlewski et al. eds., 2023)
  • Digital, in Tipping Points in International Law: Critique and Commitment (John Haskell & Jean D'Aspremont eds., 2021)
  • Equality, Not Equal Pay: Distributional Justice Beyond Money, in Debating Equal Pay For All: Economy, Practicability, and Ethics (Anders Örtenblad ed., 2021).
  • Smart Contracts in Monetary Policy, J.L. Info. & Sci. (2021).
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Robin Maril

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Sarah Matsumoto

  • Heat Waves & a Public-Private Partnership in Alaska, Alaska L. Rev. Symposium (Forthcoming 2022) (with Karen Sandrik). 
James Nafziger

James Nafziger

  • The Law and Bioethics of End-of-Life Decisions: United States National Report, International Academy of Comparative Law, 69 Am. J. Comp. L. (Supp. 2022).
  • Frontiers of Cultural Heritage Law (Brill-Nijhoff 2021).
  • Artificial Barriers to Migration--On the Border of International Law, Too?, in Migration and International Regulation (Masa Kovic-Dine & Vasilka Cancin eds., 2021).
Karen Sandrik

Karen Sandrik

Aaron Simowitz

Aaron Simowitz

Symeon Symeonides

Symeon Symeonides

  • Conflict of Laws in the ALI's First Century, in the American Law Institute: A Centennial History (R. Gordon & A. Gold eds., Forthcoming 2023). 
  • Infringement of Personality Rights via the Internet: Jurisdiction and Choice of Law, 5 Lex & Forum (Forthcoming 2022). 
  • Rome II and Cross-Border Violations of Human Rights, Infringements of Personality Rights, and Other Cross-Border Torts, 23 Yearbook of Private Int'l L. 171 (2022) 
  • Cross-Border Infringement of Personality Rights via the Internet (2021). 
  • Torts and Conflict of Laws in Comparative Tort Law: Global Perspectives 35 (M. Bussani & A Sebok eds., 2d ed. 2021). 
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Norman Williams

 

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