Recent Faculty Scholarship Highlights

2020

  • Appleman, Laura: The Captive Lab Rat:  Human Medical Incarceration and the Carceral State61 B.C. L. Rev. 1 (2020).
  • Davidson, Caroline:
    • Aging Out—Elderly Defendants and International Crimes, forthcoming VIRG. J. INT'L L. (2020).
    • ICL By Analogy—The Use of International Criminal Law in the Chilean Human Rights Prosecutions, forthcoming U.C. DAVIS J. INT'L L & POL'Y (2020).
  • Diller, Paul: The Political Process of Preemption, 54 U. Rich. L. Rev. 343-404.
  • Dobbins, Jeffrey: 
    • "Legislative Transsubstantivity," 12 Northeastern U. L. Rev. 707 (2020).
    • “The Inherent and Supervisory Power,” 54 Georgia L. Rev. 411 (2020).
  • Nafziger, James: 
    • Two Chapters - Purposes of the Convention and Articles 29-30: Reports by the States Parties and the Committee (with Janet Blake), in The 2003 UNESCO Intangible Heritage Convention (Janet Blake & Lucas Lixinski eds., Oxford University Press 2020). 
    • The Responsibilities to Protect Cultural Heritage and Prevent Cultural Genocide, in The Oxford Handbook of International Cultural Heritage Law (Francesco Francioni & Ana Filipa Vrdoljak eds., Oxford University Press 2020)
  • Sandrik, Karen: 
    • Proving Priority: Assigning Employee Inventions in a Global Market, 41 Univ. Penn. J. Int’l L. 755 (2020)
    • Punishing the Malicious Pirate in Patent Law, 37 Rev. Litig. 369 (2019)

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