Marorie’s article Decision Analysis as a Method of Evaluating the Trial Alternative, in Mediating Legal Disputes 267 (Dwight Golann ed., 1997), was cited in Gregory Todd Jones and Douglas H. Yarn, Some Necessary Caution, Ga. ADR Prac. & Proc. § 5:9 (2014).
- Chevron Deference and Agency Self-Interest, 13 Cornell J.L. & Pub. Pol’y 203 (2004), in Samuel L. Feder, Matthew E. Price, and Andrew C. Noll, City of Arlington v. FCC: The Death of Chevron Step Zero?, 66 Fed. Comm. L.J. 47 (2013);
- Digital Rights Management and the Process of Fair Use, 20 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 49 (2006), in Ryan Calo, Code, Nudge, or Notice?, 99 Iowa L. Rev. 773 (2014); and Robert Frieden, The Impact of Next Generation Television on Consumers and the First Amendment, 24 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 61 (2013);
- Fair Circumvention, 74 Brook. L. Rev. 1 (2008), in Hannibal Travis,WIPO and the American Constitution: Thoughts on a New Treaty Relating to Actors and Musicians, 16 Vand. J. Ent. & Tech. L. 45 (2013); and Joshua A.T. Fairfield, Avatar Experimentation: Human Subjects Research in Virtual Worlds, 2 UC Irvine L. Rev. 695 (2012);
- Crowdsourcing and Open Access: Collaborative Techniques for Disseminating Legal Materials and Scholarship, 26 Santa Clara Computer & High Tech. L.J. 591 (2010), in Christopher J. Ryan, Jr., Not-So-Open Access to Legal Scholarship: Balancing Stakeholder Interests with Copyright Principles, 20 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 1 (2014); and
- Shrinking the Commons: Termination of Copyright Licenses and Transfers for the Benefit of the Public, 47 Harv. J. on Legis. 359 (2010), in Jorge L. Contreras & Andrew T. Hernacki, Copyright Termination and Technical Standards, 43 U. Balt. L. Rev. 221 (2014); Llewellyn Joseph Gibbons, Then, You Had It, Now It’s Gone: Interspousal or Community Property Transfer and Termination of an Illusory Ephemeral State Law Right or Interest in Copyright, 24 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 97 (2013); Elizabeth L. Rosenblatt, Fear and Loathing: Shame, Shaming, and Intellectual Property, 63 DePaul L. Rev. 1 (2013); and Guy A. Rub, Stronger than Kryptonite? Inalienable Profit-Sharing Schemes in Copyright Law, 27 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 49 (2013).
Several of Lynn’s articles were cited:
- Do Differences in Pleading Standards Cause Forum Shopping in Securities Class Actions?: Doctrinal and Empirical Analyses, 2009 Wis. L. Rev. 421 (2009), in Jonathan D. Glater, Hurdles of Different Heights for Securities Fraud Litigants of Different Types, 2014 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 47 (2014); and in Bryan Vega, A Bite From the Poisonous Apple: How the Supreme Court Missed a Chance to Settle the Existing Tension Between the PSLRA and Rule 15(A), 68 U. Miami L. Rev. 793 (2014)’
- Lying and Getting Caught: An Empirical Study of the Effect of Securities Class Action Settlements on Targeted Firms, 158 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1877 (2010), in Steven A. Ramirez, The Virtues of Private Securities Litigation: An Historic and Macroeconomic Perspective, 45 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. 669 (2014);
- There Are Plaintiffs and…There Are Plaintiffs: An Empirical Analysis of Securities Class Action Settlements, 61 Vand. L. Rev. 355 (2008), in David H. Webber, Private Policing of Mergers and Acquisitions: An Empirical Assessment of Institutional Lead Plaintiffs in Transactional Class and Derivative Actions, 38 Del. J. Corp. L. 907 (2014); and in David F. Herr, Trial and Settlement, Ann. Manual Complex Lit. § 31.8 (4th ed.) (2014); and
- The Performance Disclosures of Credit Rating Agencies: Are They Effective Reputational Sanctions?,7 N.Y.U. J.L. & Bus. 47 (2010), in Daniel Schwarcz, Transparently Opaque: Understanding the Lack of Transparency in Insurance Consumer Protection, 61 U.C.L.A L. Rev. 394 (2014).
As the faculty advisor to UC Law’s American Constitution Society, Marianna helped arrange an April visit by Professor Garrett Epps, who gave a College-wide talk on “Voting Rights and Political Participation” and also talked with students about conservative constitutional jurisprudence and minorities.
Marianna arranged and moderated the Harris Distinguished Practitioner Paul Heldman (UC Law ’77), retiring Executive Vice President, Secretary, and General Counsel, and Secretary of the Kroger Company.
Marianna was awarded a 2014 Goldman Prize for Excellence in Teaching. Read more about Marianna’s outstanding teaching here. She was also elected as one of two Hooder at the 2014 UC Law Hooding Ceremony for graduating third-years.
Marianna attended the Inn of Court final banquet. She was also named a new Board member for the Linton Chamber Music Series.
Marianna helped an assistant city prosecutor prepare for an oral argument before the Supreme Court of Ohio, in which the issue was whether a defendant in an OVI (Operating a Vehicle while Intoxicated) case can compel discovery of data to be used to attack the reliability of the breath testing instrument.
- Oral argument previews and analyses of oral arguments
- State of Ohio ex. rel. Donald Yeaples and Deborah Yeaples v. Honorable Steven E. Gall et. al., argument over proper venue in tort claim as cover for battle over employer intentional tort against fellow employee.
- Steve Granger, et al. v Auto-Owners Insurance, et al., 2013-1527. Insurer’s duty to defend in housing discrimination case.
- Duane Allen Hoyle v. DTJ Enterprises, Inc., et al., 2013-1405, Insurance coverage for employer workplace intentional tort.
- State of Ohio v. Nicholas Castagnola, 2013-0781, sufficiency of affidavit in support of warrant to search defendant’s personal computer.
- State of Ohio v. Terrell Vanzandt, f.k.a. Terrell Asberry, 2013-1010 Can judicially sealed records be unsealed?
- Phillip E. Pixley v. Pro-Pak Industries, Inc., et al., 2013-0797, Is the definition of equipment safety guard limited to protect only operators of equipment for an employer intentional tort.
- State of Ohio v. Willie Herring, 2011-0451, ineffective assistance of counsel in mitigation phase of death penalty case.
- Visiting Nurse Association of Mid-Ohio v. Friebel, 2013-0892. Duel intent in workers’ compensation?
- Cedar Fair, L.P. v. Jacob Falfas 2013-0890. Can an arbitration panel award specific performance of a personal service contract?
- State of Ohio v. Brandon Lee Hoffman, 2013-0688. Does the Fourth Amendment exclusionary rule precludes evidence that is obtained pursuant to an arrest warrant issued without probable cause by a judicial officer.
- Merit Decisions Analyses:
- In re A.G., Slip Opinion No. 2014-Ohio-2597. Court may exclude child from custody modification proceedings.
- Cleveland v. McCardle, Slip Opinion No. 2014-Ohio-2140. Constitutionality of curfew on Cleveland’s Public square upheld.
- Oaktree Condominium Assn., Inc. v. Hallmark Bldg. Co. Slip Opinion No. 2014-Ohio-1937. Ohio’s construction statute of limitations unconstitutional as applied.
- Hayward v. Summa Health Sys./Akron City Hosp. Slip Opinion No. 2014-Ohio-1913, upholding jury verdict in medical malpractice case.
Lou’s article On the Significance of Constitutional Spirit, 70 N.C. L. Rev. 1803 (1992), was cited in Russell M. Gold, Beyond the Judicial Fourth Amendment: The Prosecutor’s Role, 47 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 1591 (2014).
Several of Barbara’s publications were cited:
- Is Securities Arbitration Fair to Investors?, 25 Pace L. Rev. 1 (2004), in Kristen M. Blankley, Lying, Stealing, and Cheating: The Role of Arbitrators as Ethics Enforcers, 52 U. Louisville L. Rev. 443 (2014);
- Eliminating Securities Fraud Class Actions Under the Radar, 2009 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 802 (2009), in Jonathan D. Glater, Hurdles of Different Heights for Securities Fraud Litigants of Different Types, 2014 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 47 (2014);
- Behavioral Economics and Investor Protection: Reasonable Investors, Efficient Markets, 44 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. 1493 (2013), in Phillip C. Bobbitt, The Age of Consent, 123 Yale L.J. 2334 (2014);
- Fraud on the Market: A Criticism of Dispensing with Reliance Requirements in Certain Open Market Transactions, 62 N.C. L. Rev. 435 (1984), in Adriana Henquen, VI. Supreme Court Considering End to Fraud-on-the-Market Securities Litigation, 33 Rev. Banking & Fin. L. 473 (2014);
- Investor Protection Meets the Federal Arbitration Act, 1 Stan. J. Complex Litig. 1 (2012), in Kenneth Star, Obtaining Attorneys’ Fees in Florida Arbitrations: The Slowly Changing Law, 88 Fla. B.J. 88 (2014); and
- Should the SEC Be a Collection Agency for Defrauded Investors?, 63 Bus. Law. 317 (2008), in Francesco A. DeLuca, Sheathing Restitution’s Dagger Under the Securities Acts: Why Federal Courts are Powerless to Order Disgorgement in SEC Enforcement Proceedings, 33 Rev. Banking & Fin. L. 899 (2014).
On April 7, Chris gave comments at a UC Law Federalist Society event at which Professor Patrick Garry, of the University of South Dakota School of Law, discussed his book An Entrenched Legacy: How the New Deal Constitutional Revolution Continues to Shape the Role of the Supreme Court.
Several of Chris’ publications were cited:
- Remanding to Congress: The Supreme Court’s New “On the Record” Constitutional Review of Federal Statutes, 86 Cornell L. Rev. 328 (2001), was cited in Derek T. Muller, Judicial Review of Congressional Power Before and After Shelby County v. Holder, 8 Charleston L. Rev. 287 (2014);
- Retroactive Application of “New Rules” and the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act, 70 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 1 (2002), in Kendall Turner, A New Approach to the Teague Doctrine, 66 Stan. L. Rev. 1159 (2014); and
- Stopping Time: The Pro-Slavery and “Irrevocable” Thirteenth Amendment, 26 Harv. J.L. & Pub. Pol’y 501 (2003), in Richard Albert, Constitutional Disuse or Desuetude: The Case of Article V, 94 B.U. L. Rev. 1029 (2014).
Felix was awarded a 2014 Goldman Prize for Excellence in Teaching. Read more about Felix’s outstanding teaching here.
Several of Jacob’s articles were cited:
- Noncompliance and the International Rule of Law, 31 Yale J. Int’l L. 189 (2006), in Monica Hakimi, Unfriendly Unilateralism, 55 Harv. Int’l L.J. 105 (2014);
- Representation and Power in International Organizations: The Operational Constitution and Its Critics, 103 Am. J. Int’l L. 209 (2009), in Nico Krisch, The Decay of Consent: International Law in an Age of Global Public Goods, 108 Am. J. Int’l L. 1 (2014); and
- The Regulatory Turn in International Law, 52 Harv. Int’l. L.J. 321 (2011), in Jean Galbraith and David Zaring, Soft Law as Foreign Relations Law, 99 Cornell L. Rev. 735 (2014).
Several of Mark’s articles were cited:
- Going Home to Stay: A Review of Collateral Consequences of Conviction, Post-Incarceration Employment, and Recidivism in Ohio, 36 U. Tol. L. Rev. 525 (2005), in Sandra J. Mullings, Employment of Ex-Offenders: The Time Has Come for a True Antidiscrimination Statute, 64 Syracuse L. Rev. 261 (2014);
- Reformulating the Miranda Warnings in Light of Contemporary Law and Understandings, 90 Minn. L. Rev. 781 (2006), in Evelyn A. French, When Silence Ought to be Golden: Why the Supreme Court Should Uphold the Selective Silence Doctrine in the Wake of Salinas v. Texas, 48 Ga. L. Rev. 623 (2014); and
- When Terry Met Miranda: Two Constitutional Doctrines Collide,63 Fordham L. Rev. 715 (1994), in Andrew Leipold, Peter Henning, Sarah Welling & Charles Alan Wright, The Miranda Rules- Custody, Interrogation, and Exceptions, 1 Fed. Prac. & Proc. Crim. § 75 (4th ed.) (2014).
Emily’s most recent article, co-authored with UC Law colleague Kristin Kaslem, is now in print: It’s Critical: Legal Participatory Action Research, 19 Mich. J. Race & L. 287 (2014).
Ann’s article Meaningful Lives and Major Life Activities, 55 Ala. L. Rev. 997 (2004), was cited in Michael E. Waterstone, Disability Constitutional Law, 63 Emory L.J. 527 (2014).
Kristin’s most recent article, co-authored with UC Law colleague Emily Houh, is now in print: It’s Critical: Legal Participatory Action Research, 19 Mich. J. Race & L. 287 (2014).
Christo’s article TV or Not TV – That Is the Question, 86 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 928 (1996), was cited in Jamie K. Winnick, A Tweet Is(N’t) Worth a Thousand Words: The Dangers of Journalists’ Use of Twitter to Send News Updates from the Courtroom, 64 Syracuse L. Rev. 335 (2014); and in Christina Carmody Tilley, I am a Camera: Scrutinizing the Assumption that Cameras in the Courtroom Furnish the Public Value by Operating as a Proxy for the Public, 16 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 697 (2014).
Betsy was awarded a 2014 Goldman Prize for Excellence in Teaching. Read more about Betsy’s outstanding teaching here.
Bert’s article The United Nations Charter and United States Civil Rights Litigation: 1946-1955, 69 Iowa L. Rev. 901 (1984), was cited in Beth Stephens, The Curious History of the Alien Tort Statute, 89 Notre Dame L. Rev 1467 (2014).
Betsy’s article Recalibrating the Cost of Harm Advocacy: Getting Beyond Brandenburg, 41 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1159 (2000), was cited in Barton Lee, 92 N.C. L. Rev 1393 (2014).
Two of Brad’s most recent articles are now in print:
- Clapper v. Amnesty International: Two or Three Competing Philosophies of Standing Law?, 81 Tennessee Law Review 211 (2014), and
- Is Prudential Standing Jurisdictional?, 64 Case Western Reserve Law Review 413 (2013).
On April 10, Brad gave a presentation, titled Administrative Law Overview, to the Immigration Section of the Cincinnati Bar Association.
Several of Brad’s articles were cited:
- Informational Standing After Summers, 39 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 1 (2012), in Nadia Aksentijevich, An American Icon in Limbo: How Clarifying the Standing Doctrine Could Free Wild Horses and Empower Advocates, 41 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 399 (2014);
- Can Congress Regulate Interstate Endangered Species Under the Commerce Clause?, 69 Brook. L. Rev. 923 (2004), in Blair M. Warner, Overhauling ESA Private Land Provisions in Light of the Renewable Energy Boom on Federal Public Lands, 89 Notre Dame L. Rev. 175 (2014);
- Environmental Justice and Discriminatory Siting: Risk-Based Representation and Equitable Compensation, 56 Ohio St. L.J. 329 (1995), in Sean J. Wright, Good Fences Make Good Neighbors: An Environmental Justice Framework to Protect Prohibition Beyond Reservation Borders, 79 Brook. L. Rev. 1197 (2014);
- Is a Textualist Approach to Statutory Interpretation Pro-Environmentalist?: Why Pragmatic Agency Decision Making is Better than Judicial Literalism, 53 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 1231 (1996), in Zachary J. Gubler, Experimental Rules, 55 B.C. L. Rev. 129 (2014);
- Reading the Standing Tea Leaves in American Electric Power Co. v. Connecticut, 46 U. Rich. L. Rev. 543 (2012), in Lynn D. Lu, Standing in the Shadow of Tax Execptionalism: Expanding Access to Judicial Review of Federal Agency Rules, 66 Admin. L. Rev. 73 (2014);
- Standing and Statistical Persons: A Risk-Based Approach to Standing, 36 Ecology L.Q. 665 (2009), in Chung-Lin Chen , Institutional Roles of Political Processes, Expert Governance, and Judicial Review in Environmental Impact Assessment: A Theoretical Framework and a Case Study of Taiwan, 54 Nat. Resources J. 41 (2014); and
- The Environmental Protection Agency’s Project XL and Other Regulatory Reform Initiatives: The Need for Legislative Authorization, 25 Ecology L.Q. 1 (1998), in Hannah J. Wiseman, Remedying Regulatory Diseconomies of Scale, 94 B.U. L. Rev. 235 (2014).
Stephanie’s most recent article is now in print: What Innocent Spouse Relief Says about Wives and the Rest of Us, 37 Harv. J. L. & Gender 141 (2014).
Janet’s paper, Inequality Aversion, Democracy Enhancement, and the Right to Choose an Attorney, was accepted for presentation at Loyola University-Chicago’s Constitutional Law Colloquium which will take place in November 2014 and where Dean Erwin Chemerinsky of the University of California-Irvine School of Law will be keynote speaker.
Janet was invited to present her paper The Duty to Communicate at a colloquium of senior and junior scholars in constitutional criminal procedure and ethics held at Fordham Law School from June 8-11.
Janet’s co-authored empirical piece, Unnoticed, Untapped, and Underappreciated: Clients’ Perceptions of their Public Defenders, was completed and submitted for consideration to a peer-reviewed journal.
Janet was the invited opening speaker at the annual Criminal Law Symposium at the University of Illinois College of Law on April 26, where her topic was Opening the Black Box: Challenges and Possibilities for Criminal Discovery Reform. The event was attended by federal judges, prosecutors, defense lawyers, law professors, and students.
Janet’s article Democracy and Criminal Discovery Reform after Connick and Garcetti, 77 Brook. L. Rev. 1329 (2012), was cited in Brian P. Fox, An Argument Against Open-File Discovery in Criminal Cases, 89 Notre Dame L. Rev. 425 (2013); in R. Michael Cassidy, (Ad)ministering Justice: A Prosecutor’s Ethical Duty to Support Sentencing Reform, 45 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. 981 (2014); in Ellen Yaroshefsky, New Orleans Prosecutorial Disclosure in Practice After Connick v. Thompson, 25 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 913 (2012); in Margaret Tarkington, A First Amendment Theory for Protecting Attorney Speech, 45 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 27 (2011); and in Ellen Yaroshefsky, Why Do Brady Violations Happen?: Cognitive Bias and Beyond 37 Champion 12 (2013), and in Beyond the Brady Rule, a New York Times op-ed (May 19, 2013), which was published after Janet was interviewed on the subject of criminal discovery reform by New York Times Editorial Board member Lincoln Caplan.
Michael was a drafter of and signatory to amicus curiae briefs of law professors in recent Ohio Supreme Court (ProgressOhio v. JobsOhio) and U.S. Supreme Court (Halliburton Co. v. Erica P. John Fund, Inc.) decisions. In each case a majority of the Court adopted the position advocated by the briefs.
Several of Michael’s articles were cited.
- The Next Word: Congressional Response to Supreme Court Statutory Decisions, 65 Temp. L. Rev. 425 (1992)(with James L. Walker), in Richard H. Pildes, Institutional Formalism and Realism in Constitutional and Public Law, 2013 Sup. Ct. Rev. 1; and in Matthew R. Christiansen & William N. Eskridge, Jr., Congressional Overrides of Supreme Court Statutory Interpretation Decisions, 1967-2011, 92 Tex. L. Rev. 1317 (2014);
- The Future of Parity, 46 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1457 (2005), in Richard H. Pildes, Institutional Formalism and Realism in Constitutional and Public Law, 2013 Sup. Ct. Rev. 1;
- Supreme Court Monitoring of the United States Courts of Appeals En Banc, 9 Sup. Ct. Econ. Rev. 171 (2001)(with Tracey George), in Stephen M. Shapiro, et al., Supreme Court Practice (Bloomberg BNA, 10th ed. 2014);
- The Supreme Court and the DIG: An Empirical and Institutional Analysis, 2005 Wis. L. Rev. 1421 (with Rafael Gely), in Stephen M. Shapiro, et al., Supreme Court Practice (Bloomberg BNA, 10th ed. 2014);
- Diluting Justice on Appeal?: An Analysis of the Use of District Judges Sitting by Designation on the United States Courts of Appeal, 28 U. Mich. J. L. Ref. 351 (1995)(with Richard Saphire), in Jeremy W. Beck, Restructuring the Federal Circuit, 3 NYU J. Intell. Prop. & Ent. L. 197 (2014);
- Congress, Separation of Powers, and Standing, 59 Case. W. Res. L. Rev. 1023 (2009), in A.G. Harmon, Interested, But Not Injured: The Compromised Status of Qui Tam Plaintiffs Under the Amended False Claims Act and the Return of the Citizen Suit, 43 Pub. Cont. L.J. 423 (2014);
- Constitutional Litigation in Federal and State Courts: An Empirical Analysis of Judicial Parity, 10 Hastings Const. L.Q. 213 (1983)(with James Walker), in Sam F. Halabi, Abstention, Parity, and Treaty Rights: How Federal Courts Regulate Jurisdiction Under the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, __ Berkeley J. Int’l L. 144 (2014);
- Deciding to Decide: Class Action Certification and Interlocutory Review by the United States Courts of Appeal Under Rule 23(f), 41 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1531 (2000)(with Christine Oliver Hines), in Michael E. Harriss, Note, Rebutting the Roberts Court: Reinventing the Collateral Order Doctrine through Judicial Decision-Making, 91 Wash. U. L. Rev. 721 (2014).
- Newsmagazine Coverage of the Supreme Court, 57 Journalism Q. 661 (1980), in Kevin G. Buckler, The Newsworthiness of U.S. Supreme Court Criminal Procedure Cases (1994-2010 Terms): Assessing the Effects of Case Salience and Case Complexity Across Elite and Populace Press, 39 Crim. Just. Rev. 140 (2014); and
- Supreme Court Monitoring of State Courts in the Twenty-First Century, 35 Ind. L. Rev. 355 (2002), in Cristina M. Rodríguez, Uniformity and Integrity in Immigration Law: Lessons from the Decisions of Justice (and Judge) Sotomayor, Yale L. J. Forum (March 24, 2014).
Sandra completed an article, titled Let’s Pretend Title VII is a Tort, which is forthcoming in the Ohio State Law Journal.
Sandra launched a new blog, called Friend of the Court, which explores cutting edge and emerging issues in employment discrimination law. It provides in-depth, substantive commentary on each topic and discusses history, theory, doctrine. and policy implications. The goal of Friend of the Court is to assist courts, lawyers, and policymakers as they navigate complex discrimination issues. Additionally, Sandra is serving as a contributor at the Workplace Prof Blog.
Several of Sandra’s articles were cited:
- A Modern Theory of Direct Corporate Liability for Title VII, 61 Ala. L. Rev. 773 (2010), in Curtis J. Bankers, Identifying Employers’ “Proxies” in Sexual-Harassment Litigation, 99 Iowa L. Rev. 1785 (2014), and in Michael W. Disotell, Interpreting Title VII: The Discord Between Legisprudence and Jurisprudence and Its Impact on Small Businesses, 9 Ohio St. Entrepreneurial Bus. L.J. 35 (2014);
- Recreating Diversity in Employment Law by Debunking the Myth of the McDonnell Douglas Monolith, 44 Hous. L. Rev. 349 (2007), in David Sherwyn, Michael Heise, & Zev J. Eigen, Experimental Evidence That Retaliation Claims Are Unlike Other Employment Discrimination Claims, 44 Seton Hall L. Rev. 455 (2014);
- Rethinking Discrimination Law, 110 Mich. L. Rev. 69 (2011), in Lucas Loafman & Andrew Little, Race, Employment and Crime: The Shifting Landscape of Disparate Impact Discrimination Based on Criminal Convictions, 51 Am. Bus. L.J. 251 (2014).
- Fakers and Floodgates, 10 Stan. J. C.R. & C.L. (forthcoming 2014) ( (with Suja Thomas), in William B. Gould IV, The Supreme Court, Job Discrimination, Affirmative Action, Globalization, and Class Actions: Justice Ginsburg’s Term, 36 U. Haw. L. Rev. 371 (2014); and
- Judicial Preemption of Punitive Damages, 78 U. Cin. L. Rev. 227, 252 (2009), in Andrew S. Polis, The Death of Inference, 55 B.C. L. Rev. 435, 490 (2014).
Several of Joe’s publications were cited:
- Executive Agreements and the Bypassing of Congress, 8 J. Int’l. L. & Econ. 129 (1973), in Richard Albert, Constitutional Disuse or Desuetude: The Case of Article V, 94 B.U. L. Rev 1029 (2014);
- Nuclear Futures, 15 Duke Envtl. L. & Pol’y F. 221 (2005), in Katherine Trisolini, Holistic Climate Change Governance: Towards Mitigation and Adaptation Synthesis, 85 U. Colo. L. Rev. 615 (2014); and
- The Dominant Model of United States Energy Policy, 61 U. Colo. L. Rev. 335 (1990), in Jon Truby, Enforcement Activism of the EU’s Renewable Energy Directive During the Global Financial Crisis, 38 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 695 (2014).
Two of Yolanda’s articles were cited:
- Perpetuating the Marginalization of Latinos: A Collateral Consequence of the Incorporation of Immigration Law into the Criminal Justice System, 54 How. L.J. 639 (2011), in Jayesh M. Rathod, Distilling Americans: The Legacy of Prohibition on U.S. Immigration Law, 51 Hous. L. Rev. 781 (2014); and
- Realizing Padilla’s Promise: Ensuring Noncitizen Defendants Are Advised of the Immigration Consequences of a Criminal Conviction, 39 Fordham Urb. L.J. 159 (2011), in Nina Rabin, Victims or Criminals? Discretion, Sorting and Bureaucratic Culture in the U.S. Immigration System, 23 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Soc. Just. 195 (2014).
Several of Verna’s articles were cited:
- Private Choices, Public Consequences: Public Education Reform and Feminist Legal Theory, 12 Wm. & Mary J. Women & L. 563 (2006), in Osamudia R. James, Opt-Out Education: School Choice as Racial Subordination, 99 Iowa L. Rev. 1083 (2014); and in David S. Cohen & Nancy Levit, Still Unconstitutional: Our Nation’s Experiment with State-Sponsored Sex Segregation in Education,, 44 Seton Hall L. Rev. 339 (2014);
- Reform or Retrenchment? Single-Sex Education and the Construction of Race and Gender, 2004 Wis. L. Rev. 15, 69 (2004), Nancy Chi Cantalupo, Masculinity & Title IX: Bullying and Sexual Harassment of Boys in the American Liberal State, 73 Md. L. Rev. 887 (2014);
- The First (Black) Lady, 86 Denv. U. L. Rev. 833 (2009), in Melissa L. Breger & Mary A. Lynch, From Kate Stoneman to Stoneman Chair, Katheryn D. Katz: Feminist Waves and the First Domestic Violence Course at a United States Law School, 77 Alb. L. Rev. 443 (2014).
For the second year in a row, Marjorie organized UC Law’s Downtown Teach-in, which took place on March 7 and raises money for student scholarships. UC Law faculty presented CLE sessions based on their own areas of research on a broad range of topics.
Marjorie’s article, Using Evaluation in Mediation, 52 Disp. Resol. J. 26 (1997), was cited in Michael T. Colatrella Jr., Informed Consent in Mediation: Promoting Pro Se Parties’ Informed Settlement Choice While Honoring the Mediator’s Ethical Duties, 15 Cardozo J. Conflict Resol. 705 (2014).