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Elon Law faculty 2011-'12 publications

Elon Law faculty members published books, books chapters, essays and scholarly articles last year, including articles in the following law journals: American University International Law Review, Cardozo Arts and Entertainment Law Journal, Cardozo Law Review, First Amendment Law Review, Hamline Law Review, John Marshall Journal of Computer and Information Law, Journal of Law, Information and Science, International Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution, International Trade and Business Law Review, Loyola Law Review, Mississippi Law Journal, Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review, New York Law School Law Review, North Carolina Law Review, Saint Louis University Public Law Review, Santa Clara Law Review, Stanford Law Review Online, Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law, Uniform Law Review, University of Cincinnati Law Review, William Mitchell Law Review.

John Alexander
Distinguished Leadership Coach-in-Residence

Essays, Chapters and other Works in Compilations:
“Coaching Future Lawyer-Leaders:  A Case Study” in Coaching for Leadership: Writings on Leadership from the World’s Greatest Coaches, 3rd ed. by Marshall Goldsmith, Laurence Lyons and Sarah McArthur,  pages 172-179, 2012.

David M. Crowe
Professor of History, Elon University;
Professor of Legal History, Elon University School of Law

Books:
Crimes of State, Past and Present: Government-Sponsored Atrocities and International Legal Responses
, paperback edition. London:  Routledge, 2011.

Essays, Chapters and other Works in Compilations:
“Auschwitz;” “Bel┼żec;” “Chelmno;” “Holocaust;” “Holocaust: Camps and Killing Centers;” “Holocaust Rescuers;” “Holocaust: Roma;” “Kristallnacht;” “Majdanek;” “Schindler, Oskar;” “Sobibor;” “Theresienstadt;” “Treblinka;” and “Wannsee Conference,” in The Cambridge Dictionary of Judaism & Jewish Culture, edited by Judith R. Baskin, pages 45-46, 58, 99, 230-234, 255-257, 261-262, 361, 411, 536, 550, 602, 615, 644, 2011.

Book Reviews:
Cadaverland: Inventing a Pathology of Catastrophe for Holocaust Survival by Michael Dorland, 39 History: Review of New Books 32 (January 2011).

A Military History of Australia, 3rd ed. by Jeffrey Grey, 2 First World War Studies, 138-139 (2011).

Geschichte des Großen Terrors by Wolf Binner et al., 69 The Russian Review, 729-730 (2011).

Leary Davis
Founding Dean and Professor of Law Emeritus

Journals:
“Building Legal Talent: Mentors, Coaches, Preceptors and Gurus in the Legal Profession.” 20 Professional Lawyer 12  (Winter 2011).

Eric M. Fink
Associate Professor of Law

Journal Articles:
“The Virtual Construction of Legality: ‘Griefing’ and Normative Order in Second Life.”  21 Journal of Law, Information & Science 89-111 (2011).

“Law School & the Web of Group Affiliation: Socializing, Socialization, and Social Network Site Use Among Law Students.” 27 John Marshall Journal of Computer & Information Law 325-348 (2010).

Steven I. Friedland
Professor of Law and Senior Scholar

Books:
Evidence Law and Practice, 5th ed. New Providence, N.J.: LexisNexis, 2012 [with Paul Bergman and Andrew E. Taslitz]

Evidence: Problems and Materials. New Providence, N.J.: LexisNexis, 2012. [with Jock P. Sahl]

Techniques for Teaching Law 2. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, 2011. [with Gerald F. Hess, Michael Hunter Schwartz and Sophie Sparrow]

Bar Prep Workbook. St. Paul, Minn.: West, 2010.

Journal Articles:
“Contemporary Issues in Outcomes-Based Legal Education:  Outcomes and the Ownership Conception of Law School Courses.”  38 William Mitchell Law Review 947-975 (2012).

“Post-Miranda Silence in the Wired Era: Reconstructing Real Time Silence in the Face of Police Questioning.”  80 Mississippi Law Journal 1339-1369 (2011).

"Trumpeting Change: Replacing Tradition with Engaged Legal Education," 3 Elon L. Rev. 93 (2011)

Henry Gabriel
Professor of Law

Journal Articles:
“Warehouse Receipts and Securitization in Agricultural Finance.” 17 Uniform Law Review 369 (2012).

“Uniform Law of Electronic Commerce in Private International Commercial Law: Where Have We Been and Where are We Going.” 14 International Trade and Business Law Review 336-403 (2011).

Essays, Chapters and other Works in Compilations:
“The UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Law” in International Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution, edited by K.E. Lindgren,  pages 106-118  2010.

Book Reviews:
“Unequaled Expertise”, Book Review of Federal Standards of Review, 4th ed. by Steven A. Childress and Martha S. Davis. 12 Journal of Appellate Practice and Process 163-165 (2011).

Scott W. Gaylord
Associate Professor of Law

Journal Articles:
“Judicial Independence Revisited: Judicial Elections and Missouri Plan Challenges.” 90 North Carolina Law Review Addendum 61A-83 (2012).

“Constitutional Threats in the E-Commerce Jungle: First Amendment and Dormant Commerce Clause Limits on Amazon Laws and Use Tax Reporting Statutes.” 89 North Carolina Law Review 2011-2093 (2011). [with Andrew J. Haile]

“When the Exception Becomes the Rule: Marsh and Sectarian Legislative Prayer Post-Summum.” 70 University of Cincinnati Law Review 1017-1075 (2011).

“Licensing Facially Religious Government Speech: Summum’s Impact on the Free Speech and Establishment Clauses.” 8 First Amendment Law Review 315-413 (2010).

Andrew J. Haile
Associate Professor of Law

Journal Articles:
“Affiliate Nexus in E-Commerce.” 33 Cardozo Law Review 1803-1838 (2012).

“Constitutional Threats in the E-Commerce Jungle: First Amendment and Dormant Commerce Clause Limits on Amazon Laws and Use Tax Reporting Statutes.”  89 North Carolina Law Review 2011-2093 (2011). [with Scott W. Gaylord]

Peter Toll Hoffman
Professor of Law and Director of the Skills Program

Books:
Texas Rules of Evidence Handbook, 2012. Houston, TX:  Jones McClure Pub., 2012.

Journal Articles:
“Law Schools and the Changing Face of Practice.” 56 New York Law School Law Review 203-231 (2011/2012).

Faith Rivers James
Professor of Law and Director of Leadership Programs

Journal Articles:
“Engaging Law Students in Leadership.”  30 Saint Louis University Public Law Review 409-437 (2011).

Margaret Kantlehner
Associate Professor of Law and Director of Externships, Wills Drafting Clinic and Elder Law Clinic

Journals:
“Can a Child Conceived 18 Months after the Death of One of Its Biological Parents be Eligible for Survivors Benefits Under Title II of the Social Security Act?” 39 ABA Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases  249-  (2012).

“Elon University School of Law Preceptor Program:  A Model for Engaged Learning in Legal Education and Professional Development.” 2 Bloomberg Law Reports –Student Edition (2011).

Howard Katz
Professor of Law

Journal Articles:
“Negotiation as a Foundational Skill.”12 Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law 169 (2011). [With Richard K. Neumann, Jr. and Tina L. Stark]

David S. Levine
Associate Professor of Law

Journal Articles:
“Bring in the Nerds:  Secrecy, National Security and the Creation of International Intellectual Property Law.”  30 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 105 (2012).

“The People’s Trade Secrets?” 18 Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review 61-116 (2012).

“The Social Layer of Freedom of Information Law.” 90 North Carolina Law Review 101 (2012).

“Don’t Break the Internet.” 64 Stanford Law Review Online 34-38 (2011). [with Mark Lemley and David G. Post]

“Transparency Soup: The ACTA Negotiating Process and ‘Black Box‘ Lawmaking.” 26 American University International Law Review 811- 837 (2011).

“What can the Uniform Trade Secrets Act learn from the Bayh-Dole Act?”  33 Hamline Law Review 615-647 (2010).

Essays, Chapters and other Works in Compilations:
“The Impact of Trade Secrecy on Public Transparency” in The Law and Theory of Trade Secrecy: A Handbook of Contemporary Research, edited by Rochelle C. Dreyfuss and Katherine J. Strandburg, pgs 406-441, 2011.

Kathleen A. McLeod
Associate Dean for Library and Information Services and Associate Professor of Law

Book Reviews:
International Family Law Practice, 2009-2010 ed. by Jeremy S. Morley, 29 Legal Information Alert 6 (May 2011).

Thomas J. Molony
Associate Professor of Law

Journal Articles:
“Charity, Truth, and Corporate Governance.”  56 Loyola Law Review 825-868 (2010).

Michael L. Rich
Associate Professor of Law

Journal Articles:
“Coerced Informants and Thirteenth Amendment Limitations on the Police-Informant Relationship.” 50 Santa Clara Law Review 681-745 (2010).

Alan Woodlief
Associate Dean for Administration, Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Moot Court Program

Books:
Shuford North Carolina Civil Practice and Procedure: with Appellate Advocacy
, 7th ed. Eagan, MN; Thomson West, 2012.
 

 

Philip Craft,
Staff
11/27/2012 2:11 PM