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Elon Law faculty publications - 2012-'13

Elon Law faculty members published books, books chapters, essays and scholarly articles last year, including articles in the following law journals: American Criminal Law Review, American University Law Review, Berkeley Business Law Journal, Columbia Journal of Tax Law, Connecticut Law Review, Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, Macquarie Journal of Business Law, Michigan State Law Review, North Carolina Law Review, Santa Clara Law Review, Seton Hall Law Review, South Texas Law Review, Touro Law Review, Uniform Law Review, University of San Francisco Law Review, and University of Toledo Law Review.

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

Book Reviews:

Book Review of The Roma Struggle for Compensation in Post-war Germany, by Julia von dem Knesebeck. 26 Holocaust and Genocide Studies 505-507 (2012).

Leary Davis
Founding Dean and Professor of Law Emeritus

Journals:

“Competence as Situationally Appropriate Conduct: An Overarching Concept for Lawyering, Leadership, and Professionalism,” 52 Santa Clara Law Review 725-794 (2012).

Eric Fink
Associate Professor of Law

Journals:

“No Money, Mo’ Problems: Why Unpaid Law Firm Internships Are Illegal & What To Do About It,” 47 University of San Francisco Law Review 1-25 (2013).

Steven Freidland
Professor of Law and Senior Scholar

Books:

Constitutional Law: Cases, Materials and Problems, 3rd ed. New York: Aspen, 2013 [with Russell L. Weaver, Catherine Hancock, Bryan Fair, John Knechtle, and Richard A. Rosen].

Criminal Procedure: Cases, Problems and Exercises, 5th ed. St. Paul, MN: West Academic Publishing, 2013 [with Russell L. Weaver, John M. Burkoff, Catherine Hancock, Janet C. Hoeffel, and Stephen Singer].

Criminal Procedure: Cases, Problems and Exercises: Adjudicative Processes, 5th ed. St. Paul, MN: West Academic Publishing, 2013 [with Russell L. Weaver, John M. Burkoff, Catherine Hancock, Janet C. Hoeffel, and Stephen Singer].

Criminal Procedure: Cases, Problems and Exercises: Investigative Processes, 5th ed. St. Paul, MN: West Academic Publishing, 2013 [with Russell L. Weaver, John M. Burkoff, Catherine Hancock, Janet C. Hoeffel, and Stephen Singer].

Skills and Values: Constitutional Law. New Providence, NJ: LexisNexis, 2013 [with Paul Caron, Olympia Duhart, Samuel Estreicher, Joan Heminway, Edward Imwinkelried, Paul Marcus, John Sprankling, and Melissa Weresh].

2012 Supplement to Criminal Procedure: Cases, Problems and Materials, 4th ed. St. Paul, MN: Thomson Reuters, 2012 [with Russell L. Weaver, John M. Burkoff, Catherine Hancock, Janet C. Hoeffel, and Stephen Singer].

Criminal Procedure: Cases, Problems and Materials, 4th ed. St. Paul, MN: Thomson Reuters, 2012 [with Russell L. Weaver, John M. Burkoff, Catherine Hancock, and Janet C. Hoeffel].

Journals:

“Controversial Five-To-Four Supreme Court Decisions and the Politicalization of a Majority of One.” (2012) [SSRN Elon University Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2012-08].

“Trumpeting Change: Replacing Tradition with Engaged Legal Education,” 3 Elon Law Review 93-131 (2011).

Henry Gabriel
Professor of Law

Books:

Bender’s Uniform Commercial Code Service: Sales and Bulk Transfers, Volumes 3 and 3A . New York: Matthew Bender, 2001-- [with William H. Henning] [2012 & 2013 semi-annual updates].

Journals:

“The 2003 Amendments of Article Two of the Uniform Commercial Code: Eight Years or a Lifetime After Completion,” 52 South Texas Law Review 478-518 (2011).

“An American Perspective on the 2010 UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts,” 77 Rabels Zeitschrift für Ausländisches und Internationales Privatrecht 158 (2013).

“The Application of the Geneva Convention for Intermediated Securities,” 9 Macquarie Journal of Business Law 166 (2012).

“The UNIDROIT Principles 2010: An American Perspective,” 2012 Uniform Law Review 507 (2012).

Scott Gaylord
Associate Professor of Law

Journals:

“For-Profit Corporations, Free Exercise, and the HHS Mandate.” (2013) [SSRN Elon University Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2013-02].

“Casey and a Woman’s Right to Know: Ultrasounds, Informed Consent, and the First Amendment,” 45 Connecticut Law Review 595-652 (2012) [with Thomas J. Molony].

“Unconventional Wisdom: The Roberts Court’s Proper Support of Judicial Elections,” 2011 Michigan State Law Review 1521-1568 (2011).

Andrew J. Haile
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of Law

Journals:

“Landmark Settlements and Unintended Consequences,” 44 University of Toledo Law Review 145-178 (2012) [with Matthew W. Krueger-Andes].

“Sales Tax Exceptionalism,” 4 Columbia Journal of Tax Law 136-173 (2013).

Chapters, Essays and Other Works in Compilations:

“A Potential Game Changer in E-Commerce Taxation” 67 (10) State Tax Notes 747 752 (2013) [with David Gamage and Darien Shanske].

Peter Hoffman
Professor of Law and Director of the Skills Program

Books:

The Effective Deposition, 4th ed. New York: LexisNexis, 2012 [with David M. Malone].

Journals:

“Teaching Theory Versus Practice: Are We Training Lawyers or Plumbers?” 2012 Michigan State Law Review 625-646 (2012).

Faith Rivers James
Professor of Law and Director of Leadership Programs

Journals:

“Leadership and Social Justice Lawyering” 52 Santa Clara Law Review 971-1002 (2012).

“Nonprofit Pluralism and Public Trust: Constructing a Transparent, Accountable, and Culturally Competent Board Governance Paradigm” 9 Berkeley Business Law Journal 1 & 2 (2012).

Howard Katz
Professor of Law

Books:

Constitutional Law: Cases in Context, 2nd ed. New York: Wolters Kluwer, 2013 [with Randy E. Barnett].

Constitutional Rights: Cases in Context. New York: Wolters Kluwer, 2013 [with Randy E. Barnett].

Constitutional Structure: Cases in Context. New York: Wolters Kluwer, 2013 [with Randy E. Barnett].

Starting Off Right in Torts, 2nd ed. Carolina Academic Press, 2012 [with Carolyn J. Nygren].

David S. Levine
Associate Professor of Law

Journals:

“Intellectual Property Law Without Secrets,” 1 The Law of the Future and the Future of the Law: Volume II 337-347 (2012) [editors Sam Muller, Stavros Zouridis, Morly Frishman, and Laura Kistemaker].

“The Social Layer of Freedom of Information Law,” 90 North Carolina Law Review 1687-1734 (2012).

Thomas Molony
Associate Professor of Law

Journals:

“Beyond the Target Market: Product Advertising and Rule 10b-5’s ‘In Connection With’ Requirement.” [SSRN Elon University Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2012-05].

“Casey and a Woman’s Right to Know: Ultrasounds, Informed Consent, and the First Amendment,” 45 Connecticut Law Review 595-652 (2012) [with Scott Gaylord].

“Making a Solid Connection: A New Look at Rule 10b-5’s Transactional Nexus.” [SSRN Elon University Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2012-04].

“Still Floating: Security–Based Swap Agreements After Dodd-Frank,” 42 Seton Hall Law Review 953-1008 (2012).

Robert Parrish
Assistant Professor of Law

Journals:

“How Quickly We Forget: The Short and Undistinguished Career of Affirmative Action.” [SSRN Working Papers Series May 29, 2013].

Michael Rich
Associate Professor of Law

Journals:

“Limits on the Perfect Preventive State.” [SSRN Elon University Law Legal Studies Research Paper 2013].

“Should We Make Crime Impossible?” 36 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 795-848 (2013).

“Brass Rings and Red-Headed Stepchildren: Protecting Active Criminal Informants,” 61 American University Law Review 1433- 1502 (2012).

“Lessons of Disloyalty in the World of Criminal Informants,” 49 American Criminal Law Review 1493-1540 (2012).

Catherine J. Wasson
Associate Professor of Law and Director of Legal Method & Communication

Books:

A Practical Guide to Legal Writing and Legal Method, 5th ed. New York: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, 2013 [with John C. Dernbach, Richard V. Singleton, Cathleen S. Wharton and Joan M. Ruhtenberg].

A Practical Guide to Legal Writing and Legal Method, 5th ed .Teachers Manual. New York: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, 2013 [with John C. Dernbach, Richard V. Singleton, Cathleen S. Wharton and Joan M. Ruhtenberg].

Journals:

“How Metacognitive Deficiencies of Law Students Lead to Biased Ratings of Law Professors,” 28 Touro Law Review 1305-1338 (2012) [with Barbara J. Tyler].

Alan D. Woodlief
Senior Associate Dean for Admissions & Administration, Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Moot Court Program

Books:

North Carolina Law of Damages, 5th ed. Eagan, MN: Thomson West, 2012.

North Carolina Civil Practice and Procedure with Appellate Advocacy, 6th ed. Eagan, MN: Thomson West, 2013.

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Philip Craft,
Staff
10/16/2013 9:25 AM