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Antitrust Law

Professor Stephen Lubben , The Truth About Detroit's Bankruptcies, Forbes (July 2009) (Op-ed piece)

Professor Marina Lao , 'Neutral' Search As a Basis for Antitrust Action?, Harv. J. L. & Tech. Occasional Paper Series (July 2013)

Bankruptcy and Corporate

Professor Stephen Lubben , The Truth About Detroit's Bankruptcies, Forbes (July 2009) (Op-ed piece)

Professor Kristin Johnson , Law, Finance and Accountability after Financial Reform, American University, Washington College of Law Business Law Review Symposium (April 8, 2011)

Professor Barbara Moses Lori Moses , Litigation Stemming from Hiring Decisions: The Defense Perspective, New York Law Journal (October 28, 1999) (with David Sack)

Professor Barbara Moses Lori Moses , Securities Litigation Reformed?, Review of Securities & Commodities Regulation, Vol. 29, No. 4 (February 1996)

Professor Barbara Moses Lori Moses , Securities Litigation Reform, Review of Securities & Commodities Regulation, Vol. 28, No. 4 (February 1995) (with Rachael K. Jeck)

Professor Stephen Lubben , Reconceptualizing Lehman, 49 Tex. Int'l L.J. 295 (2014) (co-written with Sarah P. Woo)

Professor Stephen Lubben , Puerto Rico and the Bankruptcy Clause, 88 Am. Bankr. L.J. 553 (2014)

Professor Stephen Lubben , The Board’s Duty to Keep Its Options Open, 2015 Ill. L. Rev. 817 (2015)

Professor Stephen Lubben , Essential Corporate Bankruptcy, 16 Eur. Bus. Org. L. Rev. 39 (2015) (co-authored with O. Couwenberg)

Professor Stephen Lubben , Corporate Bankruptcy Tourists, 70 Bus. Law. 719 (2015) (co-authored with O. Couwenberg)

Professor Stephen Lubben , The Overstated Absolute Priority Rule, 21 Fordham J. Corp. & Fin. L. 581 (2016)

Professor Stephen Lubben , Failure of the Clearinghouse: Dodd-Frank’s Fatal Flaw?, 10 Va. L. & Bus. Rev. 127 (2015)

Professor Stephen Lubben , Too Big and Unable to Fail, Fla. L. Rev. (Forthcoming) (co-authored with Arthur E. Wilmarth Jr.)

Catholic Studies

Professor Sister Melanie DiPietro , An Examination of the Universitas Rerum and the Universitas Personarum of New Public Juridic Persons Succeeding to the Healthcare Apostolates of Religious Institutes in the United States, J.C.D. diss. Pontifical University of St. Thomas, Rome, Italy (June 2003)

Professor Sister Melanie DiPietro , Clergy Discipline and Canonical and Secular Court Process in the United States, Proceedings of The Second Colloquium of Anglican and Roman Catholic Canon Lawyers, Windsor Castle, London England (May 2000) (Published by the University of St. Thomas, Roma, Italy, 2001)

Professor Angela Carmella, Selected and Edited Works of John Courtney Murray, S.J., The Teachings of Modern Christianity on Law, Politics and Human Nature, Vol. II, 68 (John Witte Jr. and Frank Alexander, eds., Columbia University Press, 2006) (reproduced in The Teachings of Modern Roman Catholicism on Law, Politics and Human Nature 212 (Witte and Alexander, eds., Columbia University Press, 2007)
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Professor Angela Carmella, Land Use Regulation of Churches, Religious Organizations in the United States: A Study of Identity, Liberty, and the Law 565 (James A. Serritella, ed., Carolina Academic Press, 2006)
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Professor Angela Carmella, A Catholic View of Law and Justice, Christian Perspectives on Legal Thought 255 (McConnell, Cochran, and Carmella, eds., Yale University Press, 2001)
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Professor Angela Carmella, Everson and Its Progeny: Separation and Non-Discrimination in Tension, Everson Revisited: Religion, Education, and Law at the Crossroads 103 (Jo Renée Formicola & Hubert Morken, eds., Rowman & Littlefield, 1997)
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Professor Angela Carmella, The Religion Clauses and Acculturated Religious Conduct: Boundaries for the Regulation of Religion, The Role of Government in Monitoring and Regulating Religion in Public Life 21 (James E. Wood, Jr. & Derek Davis, eds., J.M. Dawson Institute of Church-State Studies, Baylor University, 1993)
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Professor Angela Carmella , Zoning of Religious Uses and Historic Preservation of Religious Buildings, two entries in Religion and American Law: An Encyclopedia 222, 571 (Paul Finkelman, ed., Garland Publishing, 2000)

Professor Angela Carmella , Free Exercise Protection for Church Zoning Issues, Christian Legal Society Quaterly 9 (Spring 1992)

Professor John Coverdale, Saxum. The Life of Alvaro del Portillo, in Scepter Publishers, New York (2014)

Professor John Coverdale, Alvaro del Portillo in the History of Opus Dei, Pablo Gafell, Ed., Vir fidelis multum laudabitur Nel centenario della nascita di Mons, Rome (2014)
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Professor Angela Carmella , After Hobby Lobby: The "Religious For-Profit" and the Limits of the Autonomy Doctrine, 80 Missouri Law Review 381 (2015)

Professor Angela Carmella, Land Use, in in Scott Idleman and Frank Ravitch, eds., Treatise on Law and Religion 504 (Cambridge Univ. Press, 2015)

Civil Procedure

Professor Sister Melanie DiPietro , Clergy Discipline and Canonical and Secular Court Process in the United States, Proceedings of The Second Colloquium of Anglican and Roman Catholic Canon Lawyers, Windsor Castle, London England (May 2000) (Published by the University of St. Thomas, Roma, Italy, 2001)

Professor Erica Eisinger , Annual Survey of Michigan Civil Procedure Law: June 1, 1998- May 31, 1999, 46 Wayne L. Rev. 485 (Summer 2000)

Professor Edward Hartnett , Supreme Court Practice, (9th edition, 2007) (with Gressman, Geller, Shapiro & Bishop)

Professor Denis McLaughlin , Civil Procedure - Cases, Text, Notes, and Problems, Carolina Academic Press (2d Ed. 2008) (with Professors Larry Teply and Ralph Whitten)

Professor Denis McLaughlin , Cases, Text, and Problems on Civil Procedure, Wm. Hein & Co., Inc. (2d. Ed. 2002) (with Professors Larry Teply and Ralph Whitten)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Torture: Who Knew An Analysis of the FBI Department of Defense Reactions to Harsh Interrogation Methods at Guantanamo, (April 2009) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz. With Megan Sassaman, Daniel Mann, Mathew Darby, Michael Ricciardelli, Jennifer Ellick, Grace Brown, Jillian Camarote, Douglas Eadie, Daniel Lorenzo, Mark Muoio, Courtney Ray)

Professor John Cornwell, The Glannon Guide to Criminal Procedure, Third Edition, in Aspen Publishers (2015)

Nullification as Law, 102 Georgetown Law Journal (forthcoming 2014)

Professor Denis McLaughlin , Civil Procedure - Cases, Text, Notes, and Problems, Carolina Academic Press (3rd Ed. 2013) (with Professors Larry Teply and Ralph Whitten)

Kryptonite for CAFA, 32 REV. LITIG. ___ (forthcoming symposium)

Professor Denis McLaughlin , 2015 Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law, N.J. Law Journal (2015)

Civil Rights

Professor Mark Denbeaux , DOD Contradicts DOD: An Analysis of the Response to Death in Camp Delta, (February 2010) (Co-Authors & Research Fellows: Brian Beroth, Scott Buerkle, Sean Camoni, Meghan Chrisner, Adam Deutsch, Jesse Dresser, Michelle Fish, Marissa Litwin, Michael McDonough, Michael Patterson, Shannon Sterritt, Kelli Stout, Paul Taylor)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Death in Camp Delta, (December 2009) (Co-Authors & Research Fellows: Brian Beroth, Scott Buerkle, Sean Camoni, Meghan Chrisner, Adam Deutsch, Jesse Dresser, Doug Eadie, Michelle Fish, Marissa Litwin, Michael McDonough, Michael Patterson, Shannon Sterrit, Kelli Stout, Paul Taylor)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Revisionist Recidivism: A New Analysis of the Government's Representations of Alleged "Recidivism" of the Guantanamo Detainees, (June 2009) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz, Sean Camoni, Adam Deutsch, Michael McDonough, Michael Patterson, Michelle Fish, Gabrielle Hughes, Paul Taylor Research Fellows: Brian Beroth, Scott Buerkle, Megan Chrisner, Jesse Dresser, Shannon Sterritt, Kelli Stout)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Released Guantanamo Detainees of the Department of Defense: Propaganda by the Numbers?, (January 2009) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz. Co-Authors & Research Fellows: Daniel Lorenzo, Mark Muoio, Grace Brown, Jullian Camarote, Douglas Eadie, Jennifer Ellick, Paul Taylor, Adam Deutsch, Michael Patterson, Gabrielle Hughes and Michelle Fish)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Justice Scalia, the Department of Defense, And the Perpetuation of an Urban Legend: The Truth About the Alleged Recidivism of Released Guantanamo Detainees, (June 2008) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz, Co-Authors & Research Fellows: Daniel Lorenzo, Mark Muoio, Grace Brown, Jennifer Ellick, Jullian Camarote, Douglas Eadie, and Paul Taylor)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Captured On Tape: Interrogation and Videotaping of Detainees in Guantanamo, (February 2008) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz, Jennifer Ellick, Michael Ricciardelli, Matthew Darby)

Professor Rachel Godsil, A Tale of Two Neighborhoods: Implicit Bias in Environmental Decision-Making, Implicit Racial Bias in the Law (Cambridge University Press 2011)
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Professor Rachel Godsil , A View from the Gallery: Oral Argument in Fisher v. UT Austin, 21 Poverty & Race (November-December 2012)

Professor Jonathan Hafetz , Detention Without End?: Reexamining the Indefinite Confinement of Terrorism Suspects through the Lens of Criminal Sentencing, 61 U.C.L.A. L. REV. 326 (2014)

Professor Rachel Godsil , Why Race Matters in Physics Class, 64 U.C.L.A. L. Rev. Disc. 40 (2016)

Professor Rachel Godsil, The Moral Ecology of Policing: A Mind Science Approach to Race and Policing in the United States, in The Routledge Handbook of Criminal Justice Ethics (Jonathan Jacobs & Jonathan Jackson) (2016)

Professor Rachel Godsil , Final Evaluation of Halal in the Family Measuring Effects on Implicit and Explicit Anti-Muslim Bias, Perception Institute (2015) (co-authored with Emily Balcetis & Benjamin Gonzales)

Commercial Law

Professor Linda Fisher , Shadowed by the Shadow Inventory: A Newark, New Jersey Case Study of Stalled Foreclosures & Their Consequences, 4 U.C. Irvine L. Rev. 1265 (2014)

Professor Michael Simkovic , Making Fraudulent Transfer Law More Predictable, Handbook on Corporate Bankruptcy (forthcoming) (Barry Adler, ed. (Edward Elgar 2016)

Comparative Law

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , Human Rights and the European Court of Justice: An Appraisal, 1 Fordham Int'l Law Journal 1104 (May 2008)

Professor Sister Melanie DiPietro , Clergy Discipline and Canonical and Secular Court Process in the United States, Proceedings of The Second Colloquium of Anglican and Roman Catholic Canon Lawyers, Windsor Castle, London England (May 2000) (Published by the University of St. Thomas, Roma, Italy, 2001)

Professor Tracy Kaye, Tax Discrimination: A Comparative Analysis of U.S. and EU Approaches, Comparative Fiscal Federalism: Comparing European Court of Justice and the U.S. Supreme Court's Tax Jurisprudence (Avi-Yonah, Hines & Lang, eds.) (Kluwer International Law 2006)
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Professor Solangel Maldonado , Family Law in the World Community, (Carolina Academic Press, 3rd ed. 2015) (with D. Marianne Blair, Merle H. Weiner, and Barbara Stark)

Professor Timothy Glynn , A Global Approach to the Study of Workplace Law: Looking Across (Real) National Borders to Move Beyond (Artificial) Substantive Ones, 25 Int'l J. of Comp. Lab. Law and Indus. Relations, No. 1 (March 2009)

Professor Catherine McCauliff , Religion and the Secular State, 58 Am. J. Comp. L. (Supp. 2010)

Constitutional Law

Professor Michael Ambrosio , Censure and the Academic Community, Seton Hall Constitutional L. J. (Inaugural Ed.), Vol. 1, No. 1, p.5. (Spring 1989)

Professor Edward Hartnett, Revisions and Updates to Stern, Gressman, Shapiro & Geller, Supreme Court Practice, chapter 17, (8th edition, 2002)
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Professor Edward Hartnett , Deciding to Decide: Reflections on the Judges' Bill of 1925, 84 Judicature 120 (Nov. / Dec. 2000)

Professor Thomas Healy , A Review of “The Battle Over School Prayer: How Engel v. Vitale Changed America”, 122 Pol. Sci. Q. 4 (Winter 2007)

Professor Angela Carmella , The Religious Freedom Restoration Act: New Roles for Congress, the President and the Supreme Court in Protecting Religion, Religion & Values in Public Life 3(2): 5-7 (Harvard Divinity School, Winter 1995)

Professor John Cornwell, The Glannon Guide to Criminal Procedure, Third Edition, in Aspen Publishers (2015)

Nullification as Law, 102 Georgetown Law Journal (forthcoming 2014)

Professor Mark Alexander , Don’t Blame the Butterfly Ballot: Voter Confusion in Presidential Politics,, 48 Yale Law Report 28 (Summer 2001)

Professor Mark Alexander , Religiously-Motivated Murder: The Rabin Assassination and Abortion Clinic Killings,, 39 Ariz. L. Rev. 1161 (Winter 1997)

Consumer Protection

Professor Frank Pasquale , Access to Medicine in an Era of Fractal Inequality, 19 Annals of Health Law 269 (January 2010) (invited piece for conference entitled "Patents, Profits and Patients")

Professor Frank Pasquale , Internet Nondiscrimination Principles for Competition Policy Online, Testimony Before the Task Force on Competition Policy and Antitrust Laws of the House Committee on the Judiciary (July 15, 2008)

Professor Linda Fisher , Shadowed by the Shadow Inventory: A Newark, New Jersey Case Study of Stalled Foreclosures & Their Consequences, 4 U.C. Irvine L. Rev. 1265 (2014)

Contracts

Professor Erica Eisinger , Wisconsin's Economic Loss Doctrine, 64 Wis. Lawyer 6 (June 1991)

Corporate Law

Professor Sister Melanie DiPietro , Duty of Obedience: A Medieval Explanation for Modern Nonprofit Governance Accountability, DUQUESNE L. REV., Vol. 45, No. 1 (Fall 2007)

Professor Sister Melanie DiPietro , An Examination of the Universitas Rerum and the Universitas Personarum of New Public Juridic Persons Succeeding to the Healthcare Apostolates of Religious Institutes in the United States, J.C.D. diss. Pontifical University of St. Thomas, Rome, Italy (June 2003)

Professor Stephen Lubben , The Truth About Detroit's Bankruptcies, Forbes (July 2009) (Op-ed piece)

Professor David Opderbeck , Drone Courts, 44 Rutgers L.J. 413 (2014)

Professor David Opderbeck , Towards a Theology of Intellectual Property as Social Relations, 10 St. Thomas L.J. 738 Symposium (2014)

Professor David Opderbeck , The Problem With NeuroLaw, 58 St. Louis Univ. L.J. 497 (2014)

Professor Stephen Lubben , Too Big and Unable to Fail, Fla. L. Rev. (Forthcoming) (co-authored with Arthur E. Wilmarth Jr.)

Professor David Opderbeck , Cybersecurity for Law Firms, New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, New Brunswick, NJ (May 2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Apple v. FBI:, Brief in Support of Neither Party, with Prof. Justin (Gus) Hurwitz (2016 (submitted but not filed))

Professor David Opderbeck , Brief of Amicus Curiae, Prof. Opderbeck Supported by the Mass. Chiefs of Police Ass’n; & NW3C, Inc., Commonwealth v. Gelfgatt, II N.E.3d 605 (Mass. 2014) (SJC-11358)

Professor David Opderbeck , Mobile Payment Systems and Cybersecurity, New York State Wireless Association Meeting, New York, NY (June 2013)

Professor David Opderbeck , Philosophy of Intellectual Property Roundtable, George Mason University Law School, Discussant, Jekyll Island, Georgia (May 2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Cybersecurity Compliance Issues, Compliance Week, New York, NY (May 2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Data Breaches and the Economic Loss Doctrine in the Payment Card Industry, Program on Economics & Privacy, Digital Information Policy Scholars Conference, George Mason University Law School (April 2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Civil Liability for Data Breaches, “Data Breach Litigation Update", South Carolina Law Review, Symposium (February 2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Dealing With Hackers, Practicing Law Institute, New York, NY (November 2015)

Professor David Opderbeck , Dealing With Hackers, Itechlaw 2014 World Technology Law Conference, New York, NY (May 2014)

Professor David Opderbeck , The NSA is/and the Antichrist, Religious Legal Theory Conference, Emory Law School (March 2014)

Professor David Opderbeck , Federal Circuit Year in Review, Seton Hall University, Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology (September 2013)

Death and Dying

Professor Kathleen Boozang , Annual Flora Barlotta Lecture: End of Life Care, (Spring 2011) (Saint Barnabas Medical Center)

E-Commerce

Professor Frank Pasquale , Internet Nondiscrimination Principles for Competition Policy Online, Testimony Before the Task Force on Competition Policy and Antitrust Laws of the House Committee on the Judiciary (July 15, 2008)

Employment Law

Professor Timothy Glynn , A Global Approach to the Study of Workplace Law: Looking Across (Real) National Borders to Move Beyond (Artificial) Substantive Ones, 25 Int'l J. of Comp. Lab. Law and Indus. Relations, No. 1 (March 2009)

Professor Barbara Moses Lori Moses , Litigation Stemming from Hiring Decisions: The Defense Perspective, New York Law Journal (October 28, 1999) (with David Sack)

Professor Barbara Moses Lori Moses , Oral Misrepresentation Claims: Class Certification and Unique Defenses, Review of Securities & Commodities Regulation, Vol. 26, No. 7 (April 1993) (with Ronit Setton)

Professor Timothy Glynn , Employment Law: Private Ordering and Its Limitations,, Wolters Kluwer, 3rd ed. (2015) (with Charles Sullivan and Rachel S. Arnow-Richman)

Professor Timothy Glynn , The FAA Triumphal: A Modest Opinion, 19 EMP. RTS. & EMP. POL’Y J. 103 (2015) (with Charles Sullivan)

Professor Charles Sullivan Mark Sullivan , Restating Employment Remedies, 100 Cornell L. Rev. (2015)

Professor Charles Sullivan Mark Sullivan , The FAA Triumphal: A Modest Opinion, 19 Empl. Rts & Empl. Pol'y J. (2015) (with Timothy Glynn)

Professor Charles Sullivan Mark Sullivan , Is There a Method to the Madness?: Torts and Other Influences on Employment Discrimination Law, 75 Ohio St. L. J. 1079 (2014)

Environmental Law

Professor Rachel Godsil, A Tale of Two Neighborhoods: Implicit Bias in Environmental Decision-Making, Implicit Racial Bias in the Law (Cambridge University Press 2011)
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Ethics and Professionalism

Professor Frank Pasquale , Internet Nondiscrimination Principles for Competition Policy Online, Testimony Before the Task Force on Competition Policy and Antitrust Laws of the House Committee on the Judiciary (July 15, 2008)

Professor Paula Franzese , Ethics Reform and the Promise of Good Government, League of Municipalities keynote speaker (November 18, 2010) (N.J. League of Municipalities 95th Annual Conference, Atlantic City, NJ)

Professor Carl Coleman , An Argument against Embedding Conflicts of Interest Disclosures in Informed Consent, J. Health & Life Sciences L., 230-267 (June 2011) (with Kathleen M. Boozang and Kate Greenwood)

Professor Paula Franzese , Law Teaching for the Conceptual Age, 44 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1 (2014)

Professor Michael Ambrosio , Rethinking The Client-Lawyer Relationship, New Jersey Family Lawyer (February/March 1993)

Professor Paula Franzese , Reclaiming the Public Trust: Ethics Reform in Troubling Times, NJ League of Women Voters, Princeton (October 10, 2015)

Professor Paula Franzese , Bridgegate Is a Cancer on the Governorship, Star Ledger (November 6, 2016) (Op-Ed)

Professor Paula Franzese , Less Than 1% of N.J. Tenants Know Their Rights. Fix It This Way, Star Ledger (October 18, 2016) (Op-Ed)

Professor Paula Franzese , NJ’s Ethics Group Must Find Its Way, Star Ledger (March 7, 2014) (Op-Ed)

Professor Paula Franzese , Christie’s Pick Raises Concern: Ethics Commission Must Be Independent, Star Ledger (January 31, 2014) (Op-Ed)

Professor Paula Franzese , Hopeful Signs of Good Government in New Jersey, Star Ledger (September 24, 2010)

Evidence

Professor John Cornwell, The Glannon Guide to Criminal Procedure, Third Edition, in Aspen Publishers (2015)

Professor Erik Lillquist , Changing Role of Defense Counsel, N.Y.L.J., at 2 (Feb. 13, 1997) (with J.S. Siffert)

Family Law

Professor Solangel Maldonado , Family Law in the World Community, (Carolina Academic Press, 3rd ed. 2015) (with D. Marianne Blair, Merle H. Weiner, and Barbara Stark)

Practice Paper on Applications of Apprendi to Juvenile Transfer Proceedings, ABA Juvenile Law Publication (November, 2001)

Professor Solangel Maldonado , Shared Parenting and Never Married Families, 52 Fam. Ct. Rev. 632 (2014)

Feminist Legal Studies and Gender Law

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , Women's Human Rights Violations and Sex Trafficking, Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons-A New Approach, 10 ILSA J. Int'l & Comp. L. 485 (Spring 2004)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , The Treaty of Amsterdam: The Next Step Towards Gender Equality?, 23 Boston College Journal of International Law Rev. 1 (Winter 1999)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , The Role of International Law in the Twenty-First Century: Women's Human Rights: The Twenty-first Century, 18 Fordham Int'l. L. J. 1748 (May 1995)

Guantanamo

Professor Mark Denbeaux , DOD Contradicts DOD: An Analysis of the Response to Death in Camp Delta, (February 2010) (Co-Authors & Research Fellows: Brian Beroth, Scott Buerkle, Sean Camoni, Meghan Chrisner, Adam Deutsch, Jesse Dresser, Michelle Fish, Marissa Litwin, Michael McDonough, Michael Patterson, Shannon Sterritt, Kelli Stout, Paul Taylor)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Death in Camp Delta, (December 2009) (Co-Authors & Research Fellows: Brian Beroth, Scott Buerkle, Sean Camoni, Meghan Chrisner, Adam Deutsch, Jesse Dresser, Doug Eadie, Michelle Fish, Marissa Litwin, Michael McDonough, Michael Patterson, Shannon Sterrit, Kelli Stout, Paul Taylor)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Revisionist Recidivism: A New Analysis of the Government's Representations of Alleged "Recidivism" of the Guantanamo Detainees, (June 2009) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz, Sean Camoni, Adam Deutsch, Michael McDonough, Michael Patterson, Michelle Fish, Gabrielle Hughes, Paul Taylor Research Fellows: Brian Beroth, Scott Buerkle, Megan Chrisner, Jesse Dresser, Shannon Sterritt, Kelli Stout)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Torture: Who Knew An Analysis of the FBI Department of Defense Reactions to Harsh Interrogation Methods at Guantanamo, (April 2009) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz. With Megan Sassaman, Daniel Mann, Mathew Darby, Michael Ricciardelli, Jennifer Ellick, Grace Brown, Jillian Camarote, Douglas Eadie, Daniel Lorenzo, Mark Muoio, Courtney Ray)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Released Guantanamo Detainees of the Department of Defense: Propaganda by the Numbers?, (January 2009) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz. Co-Authors & Research Fellows: Daniel Lorenzo, Mark Muoio, Grace Brown, Jullian Camarote, Douglas Eadie, Jennifer Ellick, Paul Taylor, Adam Deutsch, Michael Patterson, Gabrielle Hughes and Michelle Fish)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Justice Scalia, the Department of Defense, And the Perpetuation of an Urban Legend: The Truth About the Alleged Recidivism of Released Guantanamo Detainees, (June 2008) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz, Co-Authors & Research Fellows: Daniel Lorenzo, Mark Muoio, Grace Brown, Jennifer Ellick, Jullian Camarote, Douglas Eadie, and Paul Taylor)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Captured On Tape: Interrogation and Videotaping of Detainees in Guantanamo, (February 2008) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz, Jennifer Ellick, Michael Ricciardelli, Matthew Darby)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , The Meaning of "Battlefield" An Analysis of the Government's Representations of "Battlefield Capture and "Recidivism" of the Guantanamo Detainees, (December 2007) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz, Co-Authors & Research Fellows: Grace Brown, Jullian Camarote, Douglas Eadie, Jennifer Ellick, Daniel Lorenzo, Mark Muoio, Courtney Ray and Nebroisa Zlatanovic)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , The 14 Myths of Guantanamo: Senate Armed Services Committee Statement of Mark P. Denbeaux, (April 2007)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , No-Hearing Hearings CSRT: The Modern Habeas Corpus? An Analysis of the Proceeding of the Government's Combatant Status Review Tribunals at Guantanamo, (November 2006) (Joshua Denbeaux, David Gratz, John Gregorek, Matthew Darby, Shana Edwards, Shane Hartman, Daniel Mann, Megan Sassaman and Helen Skinner)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , June 10th Suicides at Guantanamo: Government Words and Deeds Compared, (August 2006) (Joshua Denbeaux, David Gratz, John Gregorek, Matthew Darby, Shana Edwards, Shane Hartman, Daniel Mann, Megan Sassaman and Helen Skinner)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , The Guantanamo Detainees During Detention: Data From Department of Defense Records, (July 2006) (Joshua Denbeaux, David Gratz, John Gregorek, Matthew Darby, Shana Edwards, Shane Hartman, Daniel Mann, Megan Sassaman, Helen Skinner)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Guantanamo: America's Battle Lab, (January 2015) (Co-Authors & Research Fellows: Jonathan Hafetz, Joshua Denbeaux, Erin Hendrix, Chelsea Perdue, Kelly Ross, Lauren Winchester & Jospeh Hickman)

Health and Pharmaceutical

Professor Carl Coleman , The Ethics and Regulation of Research with Human Subjects, 2d ed., Lexis (2015) (with Jerry A. Menikoff, Jesse A. Goldner, and Efthimios Parasidis)

Professor Sister Melanie DiPietro , An Examination of the Universitas Rerum and the Universitas Personarum of New Public Juridic Persons Succeeding to the Healthcare Apostolates of Religious Institutes in the United States, J.C.D. diss. Pontifical University of St. Thomas, Rome, Italy (June 2003)

Professor David Opderbeck , Symposium, Preparing for a Pharmaceutical Response to Pandemic Flu, Seton Hall Law School, October 2008: “State Sovereignty, Flu Viruses, and Intellectual Property.” (October 2008)

Professor David Opderbeck , Symposium, The Evolution of Life-Saving Drugs: The Open Source Model and Beyond, Temple Journal of Science, Technology and Environmental Law, Temple Law School, February 2006: “Challenges for Open Source Biotechnology.” (February 2006)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Access to Medicine in an Era of Fractal Inequality, 19 Annals of Health Law 269 (January 2010) (invited piece for conference entitled "Patents, Profits and Patients")

Professor Gaia Bernstein , In the Shadow of Innovation, Cardozo Law Review (forthcoming 2010) (with Empirical Appendix) Selected for the Stanford - Yale Junior Faculty Forum

Professor Frank Pasquale , Presenter on insurance markets at a Health Care for America policy expert discussion of reform, (June, 2009) (Participant in follow-up events)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Organizer and Presenter at Yale public event on THOMAS POGGE AND AIDAN HOLLIS, THE HEALTH IMPACT FUND, (April, 2009)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Organizer of one-day workshop on THOMAS POGGE AND AIDAN HOLLIS, THE HEALTH IMPACT FUND, (April, 2009) (featuring Pogge, Hollis, Terry Fisher of Harvard, Talha Syed of Berkeley, trade lawyers, and UAEM and Yale ISP reps; A follow-up event is planned at Harvard Law in Nov. 2009)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Rethinking Health Care Subsidies: Artificial vs. Real Scarcity in Patent and Regulatory Policy, Symposium on Health Care and Patent Law, Loyola-Chicago Law School (Nov., 2008)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Medicine as a Positional Good, Health Law Scholars Workshop, St. Louis University (St. Louis, 2005)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Spin-offs as Tiering: Understanding the Rise of Specialty Hospitals and Ambulatory Surgery Centers, Harvard Law School/Petrie-Flom Center Conference on Fragmentation in Health Care (June 2008)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Taxation of Cosmetic Surgery: Responding to the Critics, Health Law Professors' Conference at Drexel University (June 2008)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Medical Tourism In LDC's: Diverting Doctors on Increasing Investment?, Wisconsin International Law Journal Symposium on Cross-Border Health Care (June 2008)

Professor Jordan Paradise , Developing Oversight Frameworks for Nanobiotechnology, 9(1) Minnesota J. L. Science & Tech. 187-203 (Winter 2008) (with Susan M. Wolf, Gurumurthy Ramachandran, Efrosini Kokkoli, Ralph Hall, & Jennifer Kuzma)

Professor Kathleen Boozang , "Monitoring" Corporate Corruption: DOJ's Use of Deferred Prosecution Agreements in Health Care, 35 Am. J.L. Med. 89 (Spring 2009) (with Simone Handler-Hutchinson)

Professor Margaret Gilhooley , The Battle over Drug Preemption Reaches the Supreme Court: How Wide the Impact? Presentation at Health Law Professors Conference, Drexel University Law School, (June 6. 2008)

Professor Margaret Gilhooley , Presentation to a Delegation from the Chinese FDA on Drug Preemption at the Yale School of Public Health, (September, 2009)

Professor Margaret Gilhooley , Drug Safety and Commercial Speech: Television Advertisements and Reprints on Off-Label Uses, Vol. 47-3, San Diego L. Rev. (August 2010)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Reproducible Research, 12 (5) Computing Science and Engineering, 8-13 (September/October 2010, doi: 10.1109/MCSE.2010.113.) (Contributing author (Victoria Stodden, author)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Roundtable: Personal Health Records Understanding the Evolving Landscape, (December 3, 2010) (Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), Washington, DC)

Professor Jordan Paradise , Recommendations for Oversight of Nanobiotechnology: Dynamic Oversight for Complex and Convergent Technologies, Journal of Nanoparticle Research DOI: 10.1007/s11051-011-0233-2 (February 2011) (Gurumurthy Ramachandran, Susan M. Wolf, Jennifer Kuzma, Ralph Hall, Efrosini Kokkoli and Leili Fatehi)

Professor Carl Coleman , An Argument against Embedding Conflicts of Interest Disclosures in Informed Consent, J. Health & Life Sciences L., 230-267 (June 2011) (with Kathleen M. Boozang and Kate Greenwood)

Professor Kathleen Boozang , Annual Flora Barlotta Lecture: End of Life Care, (Spring 2011) (Saint Barnabas Medical Center)

Professor Kathleen Boozang , U.S. Waste Fraud and Abuse Laws, E.U. Corporate Compliance Program (June 2011) (Paris, France)

Professor Jordan Paradise , Assessing FDA Regulation of New Drugs, Animal Drugs, and Cosmetics As Applied to Microbes Modified Using Synthetic Biology, J. Craig Venter Institute, Rockville, MD (January 31, 2012)

Professor Jordan Paradise , The Devil is in the Details: Health Care Reform, Biosimilars, and Implementation Challenges for the Food and Drug Administration, 3rd Annual Pharmaceutical Reimbursement & Market Access Conference, Philadelphia, PA (October 28, 2011)

Professor Tara Ragone David Ragonese , Legal Ethics for the Health Care Lawyer, New Jersey Attorney General Advocacy Institute (February 27, 2012) (with Kim Ringler, Esq.)

Professor Tara Ragone David Ragonese , Constitutional & Statutory Issues: The Affordable Care Act Media Briefing, Rutgers Center for State Health Policy and Seton Hall University School of Law, Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy (March 20, 2012) (with John V. Jacobi, J.D. and Kate Greenwood, J.D.)

Professor Jordan Paradise , Synthetic Biology: Does Re-Writing Nature Require Re-Writing Regulations?, 35th Annual ASLME Health Law Professors Conference, Tempe, AZ (June 9, 2012)

Professor Jordan Paradise , Developments in the Center for Biologics Evaluations and Research, 55th Annual Food & Drug Law Institute Conference, Washington, DC (April 25, 2012) (Moderator)

Professor Tara Ragone David Ragonese , Legal Ethics for the Health Care Lawyer, New Jersey Attorney General Advocacy Institute (June 28, 2012) (Kim Ringler, DAG)

Professor Tara Ragone David Ragonese , Exploring the Legal Hurdles of Coordinating Care, Conference "One Year Later: The NJ Medicaid Accountable Care Organization Demonstration Project", organized by PICO New Jersey (August 2, 2012) (Elizabeth Litten, Renee Steinhagen, and Naomi Wyatt)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Grand Bargains for Big Data: The Emerging Law of Health Information, 72 Md.L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2012)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Accountable Care Organizations in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, 43 Seton Hall L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2012)

Professor Frank Pasquale , From Transparency to Intelligibility: Rethinking Disclosure in Health and Finance Reform, Harvard Law School's Petrie-Flom Health Law Center Workshop (March 2012)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Rethinking Health Care as an Information Industry, Columbia University Joint Law School, Medical School, and Public Health School Workshop (March 2012)

Professor Frank Pasquale , From Medical Record to Medical Reputation, Plenary Session of the Future of Health Privacy Summit, Georgetown Law School (June 2012)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Co-chaired Panel on Pharmacogenomics, Privacy, and Innovation, as Chair of AALS Section on Defamation and Privacy, AALS Annual Conference (January 2012)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Senior faculty reviewer, St. Louis Law School Health Law Scholars Workshop (September 2012)

Professor Zack Buck , Caring Too Much: Misusing the False Claims Act to Target Overtreatment, 74 Ohio St. L. J. _ (forthcoming 2013)

Professor Zack Buck , The Indefinite Quarantine: A Public Health Review of Chronic Inconsistencies in Sexually Violent Predator Statutes, 87 St. John's L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2013)

Professor Tara Ragone David Ragonese , Legal Ethics for the Health Care Attorneys, In-House Counsel Constituency Group, New Jersey Hospital Association (December 11,2012) (Kim Ringler, Esq.)

Professor Jordan Paradise , Human Genome Research and Return of Research Results, Encyclopedia of Bioethics, 4th Ed. (Macmillan, 2014) (Bruce Jennings Ed.)

Professor Jordan Paradise , An Overview of the Food and Drug Administration, Seton Hall MSJ Open House (October 20, 2012) (Newark, NJ)

Professor Tara Ragone David Ragonese , Federal and State Methodologies for Medical Loss Ratio Calculations, Rutgers Center for State Health Policy, Health Insurance Rate Review Forum: Loss Ratios (April 10, 2013)

Professor David Opderbeck , Drone Courts, 44 Rutgers L.J. 413 (2014)

Professor David Opderbeck , Towards a Theology of Intellectual Property as Social Relations, 10 St. Thomas L.J. 738 Symposium (2014)

Professor David Opderbeck , The Problem With NeuroLaw, 58 St. Louis Univ. L.J. 497 (2014)

Professor David Opderbeck , Cyber Threats and Network Security Countermeasures: Keeping Your Intellectual Property and Secret Safe, American Bar Association Webinar (May 2013)

Professor David Opderbeck , Law and the Human Person Roundtable, University of Notre Dame Law School, South Bend, IN, Organizer and Moderator (April 2013)

Professor David Opderbeck , Computer Crimes Update, New Jersey Prosecutor’s College, Atlantic City, (September 2011)

Professor David Opderbeck , Computer Crimes Update, New Jersey Public Defender’s CLE, Trenton, (November 2011)

Professor David Opderbeck , Towards a Theology of Intellectual Property as Social Relations, University of St. Thomas Law School, Minneapolis, MN, Intellectual Property and Religious Though Conference, (March 2013)

Professor David Opderbeck , Cybersecurity Law Update, New Jersey Prosecutors’ College, Atlantic City, NJ (September 2012)

Professor David Opderbeck , Think Like a Lawyer, Talk Like a Geek: Dealing With Hackers, Practicing Law Institute, New York, NY (November 2012)

Professor David Opderbeck , Does the Communications Act of 1934 Provide an Internet Kill Switch?, Internet Law Works in Progress Conference, New York Law School (March 2012)

Professor David Opderbeck , International Intellectual Property and Access to Medicines, L'École Supérieure Catholique de Droit de Jérémie, Haiti (March 2012)

Professor David Opderbeck , Beyond Bits, Memes and Utility Machines: Intellectual Property, Theology, and Metaphysics, Religious Legal Theory Conference, Pepperdine Law School, California (February 2012)

Professor David Opderbeck , Computer Crimes and Cyber-Terrorism, New Jersey Marine Corps Reserve Terrorism Symposium, New Jersey Institute of Technology (October 2011)

Professor Kathleen Boozang , The Aspirations and Challenges of Decision Aids, Arizona Syllabus (Spring 2013)

Professor Jordan Paradise , A Sisyphean Task?: How the FDA Can Effectively Utilize the Tobacco Control Act to Regulate Electronic Cigarettes, AALS Annual Meeting, New Voices in Administrative Law, New Orleans, LA (January 5, 2013)

Professor Jordan Paradise , Is One of These Things Not Like the Other?: Biosimilar Naming and Substitution Challenges, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics 37th Annual Health Law Professors Conference, San Francisco, CA (June 7, 2014)

Professor Jordan Paradise , Nanotechnology Law & Policy, Earth Justice, New York, NY (June 11, 2014)

Professor Jordan Paradise , Emerging Life Sciences, Lafayette College, Easton, PA (April 29, 2014)

Professor Jordan Paradise , FDA Hot Topics, Sidley Austin Life Science College, New York, NY (April 3, 2014)

Professor Jordan Paradise , Five Challenges for Pharmacovigilance, PV Legal, Sidley Austin LLP, Whippany, NJ (July 18, 2014)

Professor Carl Coleman , Improving the Quality of Host Country Ethical Oversight of International Research: The Use of a Collaborative ‘Pre-Review’ Mechanism for a Study of Fexinidazole for Human African Trypanosomiasis, DEVELOPING WORLD BIOETHICS (July 2014) (on behalf of the International Ethics Review Working Group)

Professor Carl Coleman , Attorneys as False Claims Act Whistleblowers: The Second Circuit Weighs In, REVUE INTERNATIONALE DE LA COMPLIANCE ET DE L'ETHIQUE DES AFFAIRES, at 26 (December 2013)

Professor Carl Coleman, The Common Rule: US Regulatory Protections for Human Research Participants, International Encyclopedia of Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2d Ed. (2015)
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Professor Carl Coleman, International Issues, Fundamentals of Life Sciences Law: Drugs, Devices, and Biotech (American Health Lawyers Association, 2nd Ed., 2014) (with Simone Handler-Hutchinson)
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Professor Tara Ragone David Ragonese , A Guide to Assist New Jersey Consumer Selection of Health Insurance Plans for 2015, Seton Hall Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy (December 2014)

Professor Jordan Paradise , REMS as a Competitive Tactic: Is Big Pharma Hijacking Drug Access and Patient Safety?, 15 Hous. J. Health L. & Pol'y (Forthcoming 2015)

Professor Jordan Paradise , The Legal and Regulatory Status of Biosimilars: How Product Naming and State Substitution Laws May Impact the United States Healthcare System, _ Am J.L. & Med. (Forthcoming 2015)

Professor Jordan Paradise , Introduction to New Drug Development and Approval, Seton Hall Health Care Compliance Program, Newark, NJ (June 9, 2015)

Professor Jordan Paradise , REMS as a Competitive Tactic: Is Big Pharma Hijacking Drug Access and Patient Safety?, American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics 38th Annual Health Law Professors Conference, St. Louis, MO (June 6, 2015)

Professor Jordan Paradise , FDA Hot Topics, Sidley Austin Life Sciences College, New York, NY (May 7, 2015) (Panel Member)

Professor Jordan Paradise , REMS as a Competitive Tactic: Is Big Pharma Hijacking Drug Access and Patient Safety?, Hofstra Law School Faculty Workshop, Hempstead, NY (Oct. 29, 2014)

Professor Jordan Paradise , The Gen-Nano-Neuro Convergence, Food & Drug Law Institute and Harvard Law School, Emerging Issues and New Frontiers for FDA Regulation, Washington, D.C. (Oct. 20, 2014)

Professor Jordan Paradise , REMS as a Competitive Tactic: Is Big Pharma Hijacking Drug Access and Patient Safety?, University of Houston, Houston, TX (Oct. 16, 2014)

Professor Jordan Paradise , Introduction to New Drug Development and Approval, Seton Hall Health Care Compliance Program, Newark, NJ (Oct. 14, 2014)

Professor Carl Coleman , Control Groups on Trial: The Ethics of Testing Experimental Ebola Treatments, 7 J. Biosecurity, Biosafety & Biodefense L. (2016)

Professor John Jacobi , Mental Illness: Access and Freedom, 16 Houston J. Health Law & Policy __ (2016) (in press)

Professor John Jacobi , Medicaid, Managed Care, and the Mission for the Poor, 9 Saint Louis U.J. Health Law & Policy 187 (2016)

Professor John Jacobi , Health Insurer Market Behavior After the Affordable Care Act: Assessing the Need for Monitoring, Targeted Enforcement, and Regulatory Reform, 120 Penn State L. Rev. 109 (2015) (with Ragone and Greenwood)

Professor John Jacobi , Multiple Medicaid Missions: Targeting, Universalism, or Both?, 15 Yale J. Health Pol. Law, & Ethics 89 (2015)

Professor Tara Ragone David Ragonese , Health Insurer Market Behavior after the Affordable Care Act: Assessing the Need for Monitoring, Targeted Enforcement, and Regulatory Reform, 120 Penn. State L. Rev. 109 (Summer 2015) (with John V. Jacobi and Kate Greenwood)

Professor Tara Ragone David Ragonese , Access to Behavioral Health Services in Marketplace Plans in New Jersey The Puzzle of Parity, Seton Hall Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy (July 2016) (Report supported by a grant from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation) (with John Jacobi)

Professor Tara Ragone David Ragonese , Integrating Behavioral and Physical Health Care in New Jersey: Legal Requirements for the Sharing of Patient Health Information among Treatment Providers, Seton Hall Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy (June 2016) (Report supported by Funding Opportunity Number CMS-1G1-12-001 from the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) under Cooperative Agreement No. 1G1CMS331386-01-07)

Professor Tara Ragone David Ragonese , Integration of Behavioral and Physical Health Care: Licensing and Reimbursement Barriers and Opportunities in New Jersey, Seton Hall Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy (March 31, 2016) (Report supported by a grant from The Nicholson Foundation (with John V. Jacobi and Kate Greenwood)

Professor Tara Ragone David Ragonese , “Parity Primer,” The Puzzle of Parity: Implementing Behavioral Health Parity, Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy, Seton Hall Law School, Newark, New Jersey (September 16, 2016) (supported by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation)

Professor Tara Ragone David Ragonese , Legal Barriers Related to the Sharing of Patient Health Information among Integrated Behavioral and Physical Health Providers, Public Health Information and Data Sharing: The Legal Framework Webinar, Centers for Disease Control’s Public Health Law Program and the Network for Public Health Law (August 18, 2016)

Professor Tara Ragone David Ragonese , Legal Barriers Related to the Sharing of Patient Health Information among Integrated Behavioral and Physical Health Providers, ASLME Health Law Professors Conference (June 3, 2016) (Boston, MA)

Professor Tara Ragone David Ragonese , Facilitated Training of Veteran Mental Health Navigators, (April 25, 2016) (funded by a grant from the New Jersey Department of Health)

Professor David Opderbeck , Cybersecurity, Data Breaches, and the Economic Loss Doctrine, 75 Maryland L. Rev. 935 (2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Recent Developments in Cybersurveillance, New Jersey Law Journal (May 13, 2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , The Apple iPhone Unlock Showdown: What is at Stake?, New Jersey Law Journal (March 7, 2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Preparing for Cybersecurity Incidents: Insurance Considerations, PLI Think Like a Lawyer Talk Like a Geek (2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Cybersecurity for Law Firms, New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, New Brunswick, NJ (May 2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Apple v. FBI:, Brief in Support of Neither Party, with Prof. Justin (Gus) Hurwitz (2016 (submitted but not filed))

Professor David Opderbeck , Brief of Amicus Curiae, Prof. Opderbeck Supported by the Mass. Chiefs of Police Ass’n; & NW3C, Inc., Commonwealth v. Gelfgatt, II N.E.3d 605 (Mass. 2014) (SJC-11358)

Professor David Opderbeck , Mobile Payment Systems and Cybersecurity, New York State Wireless Association Meeting, New York, NY (June 2013)

Professor David Opderbeck , Cybersecurity Compliance Issues, Compliance Week, New York, NY (May 2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Data Breaches and the Economic Loss Doctrine in the Payment Card Industry, Program on Economics & Privacy, Digital Information Policy Scholars Conference, George Mason University Law School (April 2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Civil Liability for Data Breaches, “Data Breach Litigation Update", South Carolina Law Review, Symposium (February 2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Dealing With Hackers, Practicing Law Institute, New York, NY (November 2015)

Professor David Opderbeck , Dealing With Hackers, Itechlaw 2014 World Technology Law Conference, New York, NY (May 2014)

Professor David Opderbeck , The NSA is/and the Antichrist, Religious Legal Theory Conference, Emory Law School (March 2014)

Professor David Opderbeck , Federal Circuit Year in Review, Seton Hall University, Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology (September 2013)

Human Rights

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , Human Rights and the European Court of Justice: An Appraisal, 1 Fordham Int'l Law Journal 1104 (May 2008)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , Dual System of Human Rights: The European Union, 14 Ilsa J. Int'l & Comp. L. 1 (Fall 2007)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , Targeted Sanctions, Human Rights, and the Court of First Instance of the European Community, 30 Fordham Int'l L.J. 1449 (May 2007)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , International Human Rights and the U.S. Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act of 1976:The Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act and Human Rights, 8 ILSA J. Int'l & Comp. L. 363 (Spring 2002)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , Human Rights and the European Union: Who Decides? Possible Conflicts Between the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights, 19 DICK. J. Int'l. L. 301 (Winter 2001)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , International Elections Monitoring: Should Democracy be a Right?: Elections-a Global Right?, 9 Wis. Int'l. L. J. 321 (Fall 2001)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , The Treaty of Amsterdam: The Next Step Towards Gender Equality?, 23 Boston College Journal of International Law Rev. 1 (Winter 1999)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , Minority Rights and Bi-lateral Agreements:An Effective Mechanism, 22 Hastings Int'l Comp. L. Rev. 291 (Winter 1999)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , Elections and Democracy: Armenia, A Case Study, 20 Loyola Int'l & Comp. L. J. 455 (March 1998)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , The Role of International Law in the Twenty-First Century: Women's Human Rights: The Twenty-first Century, 18 Fordham Int'l. L. J. 1748 (May 1995)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , Freedom of Speech and International Norms: A Response to Hate Speech, 29 Stan. J. Int'l L. 57 (Fall 1992)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , DOD Contradicts DOD: An Analysis of the Response to Death in Camp Delta, (February 2010) (Co-Authors & Research Fellows: Brian Beroth, Scott Buerkle, Sean Camoni, Meghan Chrisner, Adam Deutsch, Jesse Dresser, Michelle Fish, Marissa Litwin, Michael McDonough, Michael Patterson, Shannon Sterritt, Kelli Stout, Paul Taylor)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Death in Camp Delta, (December 2009) (Co-Authors & Research Fellows: Brian Beroth, Scott Buerkle, Sean Camoni, Meghan Chrisner, Adam Deutsch, Jesse Dresser, Doug Eadie, Michelle Fish, Marissa Litwin, Michael McDonough, Michael Patterson, Shannon Sterrit, Kelli Stout, Paul Taylor)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Revisionist Recidivism: A New Analysis of the Government's Representations of Alleged "Recidivism" of the Guantanamo Detainees, (June 2009) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz, Sean Camoni, Adam Deutsch, Michael McDonough, Michael Patterson, Michelle Fish, Gabrielle Hughes, Paul Taylor Research Fellows: Brian Beroth, Scott Buerkle, Megan Chrisner, Jesse Dresser, Shannon Sterritt, Kelli Stout)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Torture: Who Knew An Analysis of the FBI Department of Defense Reactions to Harsh Interrogation Methods at Guantanamo, (April 2009) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz. With Megan Sassaman, Daniel Mann, Mathew Darby, Michael Ricciardelli, Jennifer Ellick, Grace Brown, Jillian Camarote, Douglas Eadie, Daniel Lorenzo, Mark Muoio, Courtney Ray)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Released Guantanamo Detainees of the Department of Defense: Propaganda by the Numbers?, (January 2009) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz. Co-Authors & Research Fellows: Daniel Lorenzo, Mark Muoio, Grace Brown, Jullian Camarote, Douglas Eadie, Jennifer Ellick, Paul Taylor, Adam Deutsch, Michael Patterson, Gabrielle Hughes and Michelle Fish)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Justice Scalia, the Department of Defense, And the Perpetuation of an Urban Legend: The Truth About the Alleged Recidivism of Released Guantanamo Detainees, (June 2008) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz, Co-Authors & Research Fellows: Daniel Lorenzo, Mark Muoio, Grace Brown, Jennifer Ellick, Jullian Camarote, Douglas Eadie, and Paul Taylor)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Captured On Tape: Interrogation and Videotaping of Detainees in Guantanamo, (February 2008) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz, Jennifer Ellick, Michael Ricciardelli, Matthew Darby)

Professor Margaret LewisLongo Lewis, The Enduring Importance of Police Repression: Laojiao, the Rule of Law and Taiwan's Alternative Evolution, The Impact of China's 1989 Tienanmen Massacre (Jean-Philippe Béja, ed.,Routledge, 2010) (with Jerome A. Cohen)
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Professor Lori Nessel, Human Dignity or State Sovereignty?: The Roadblocks to Full Realization of the UN International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families, Research Handbook on Migration and International Law (forthcoming 2012) (V. Chetail, Ed., Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, Research Handbooks in International Law series)
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Professor Margaret LewisLongo Lewis, Legal Systems in China, Handbook of Chinese Criminology (Liqun Cao, et al. eds., Routledge, 2012)
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Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Pregnant in China, N.Y. Times (July, 24, 2012, at A20) (Letter to the Editor)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis, Bi-Lateral Mechanism and Responsibility to Protect, Chapter in Blood and Borders: The Responsibility to Protect and the Problem of the Kin-State (United Nations University 2011)
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Professor Elizabeth Defeis , La Protection Des Droits Indivduels, Une Comparaison Entre L'Union Européene et Les États-Unis, 525 DU MARCHÉ COMMUN ET DE L'UNION EUROPÉENNE (March 2009) (The Protection of Individual Rights, A Comparison between the European Union and the United States)

Professor Jonathan Hafetz , Detention Without End?: Reexamining the Indefinite Confinement of Terrorism Suspects through the Lens of Criminal Sentencing, 61 U.C.L.A. L. REV. 326 (2014)

Professor Jonathan Hafetz , Resisting Accountability: Transitional Justice in the Post-9/11 United States, 19 Int'l J. Human Rts 429 (2015)

Professor Jonathan Hafetz, Between Justice and Legality: Charting the Future of International Criminal Law, in (forthcoming) (under contract with Cambridge University Press)

Professor David Opderbeck , Preparing for Cybersecurity Incidents: Insurance Considerations, PLI Think Like a Lawyer Talk Like a Geek (2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Data Breaches and the Economic Loss Doctrine in the Payment Card Industry, Program on Economics & Privacy, Digital Information Policy Scholars Conference, George Mason University Law School (April 2016)

Immigration Law

Professor Lori Nessel , Forced to Choose: Torture, Family Reunification and United States Immigration Policy, 78 Temp. L. Rev. 897 (Winter 2005)

Professor Lori Nessel , Undocumented Immigrants in the Workplace: The Fallacy of Labor Protection and the Need for Reform, 36 Harv. C.R.-C.L.L. Rev. 345 (Summer 2001)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Death in Camp Delta, (December 2009) (Co-Authors & Research Fellows: Brian Beroth, Scott Buerkle, Sean Camoni, Meghan Chrisner, Adam Deutsch, Jesse Dresser, Doug Eadie, Michelle Fish, Marissa Litwin, Michael McDonough, Michael Patterson, Shannon Sterrit, Kelli Stout, Paul Taylor)

Professor Lori Nessel, Human Dignity or State Sovereignty?: The Roadblocks to Full Realization of the UN International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families, Research Handbook on Migration and International Law (forthcoming 2012) (V. Chetail, Ed., Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, Research Handbooks in International Law series)
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Intellectual Property

Professor David Opderbeck , Symposium, Preparing for a Pharmaceutical Response to Pandemic Flu, Seton Hall Law School, October 2008: “State Sovereignty, Flu Viruses, and Intellectual Property.” (October 2008)

Professor David Opderbeck , Symposium, The Evolution of Life-Saving Drugs: The Open Source Model and Beyond, Temple Journal of Science, Technology and Environmental Law, Temple Law School, February 2006: “Challenges for Open Source Biotechnology.” (February 2006)

Professor David Opderbeck , Symposium, Peer-to-Peer Networking at the Crossroads, Seton Hall University Law School, April 2004: “Copynorms and Filesharing Litigation.” (April 2004)

Professor Gaia Bernstein , In the Shadow of Innovation, Cardozo Law Review (forthcoming 2010) (with Empirical Appendix) Selected for the Stanford - Yale Junior Faculty Forum

Professor Frank Pasquale , Reputation Regulation: Disclosure and the Challenge of Clandestinely Commensurating Computing, (Harvard University Press, 2010)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Internet Nondiscrimination Principles for Competition Policy Online, Testimony Before the Task Force on Competition Policy and Antitrust Laws of the House Committee on the Judiciary (July 15, 2008)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Noneconomic Dimensions of the Network Neutrality Debate, Testimony before the New York City Council Broadband Advisory Committee (March 3, 2008)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Distributive Justice Online, New School for Social Research Conference on The Internet as Factory and Playground (November 2009)

Professor Frank Pasquale , The Social Construction of Online Reputation, Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, George Mason Law School; Cardozo Law School Faculty Speaker Series (Sept. 2009; Nov. 2009)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Lochnerizing Search, Center for Democracy and Technology (July, 2009)

Professor Frank Pasquale , The Troubling Trend Toward Trade Secret Protected Rankings and Ratings, NYU Law Roundtable on Trade Secrecy Scholarship; Chicago IP Scholars’ Colloquium; Cardozo IP Scholars Series (Feb., 2009; April, 2009; March, 2009)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Is Google a Media Company?, Quello Symposium: Rethinking Media Policy in the Age of New Media, National Press Club (May, 2009)

Professor Frank Pasquale , From Managed Care to Managed Knowledge, Yale Law School Conference on Library 2.0 (April, 2009)

Professor Frank Pasquale , The New Neutralities: From Net and Device Nondiscrimination to Fairness in Social Networks, Search Engines, and Auction Platforms, University of Quebec at Montreal (UQAM) Conference on E-Commerce; University of Chicago Conference on Reputation Online; Wharton Colloquium on Media and Communications Law (Oct., 2008; Nov., 2008; Dec., 2008)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Search, Speech, and Copyright, Chicago Intellectual Property Scholars Colloquium; Yale Law School ISP Ideas Lunch (April, 2009; April, 2009)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Internet Nondiscrimination Principles, University of Chicago Legal Forum; Brooklyn Law School Faculty Forum; Seminar on "Intellectual Property: Challenges and Reforms in the Information Age” (Nov. 2007; Nov. 2007; April, 2007)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Breaking the Vicious Circularity: Sony’s Contribution to the Fair Use Doctrine, Symposium on the 20th Anniversary of Sony v. Universal, Center for Law, Technology, and the Arts at Case Western Reserve Univ.; Seton Hall Faculty Workshop (February, 2005; 2005)

Professor Frank Pasquale , The Social Consequences of Appearance Enhancement, Loyola University Visiting Scholar Presentation (Nov., 2008)

Professor Jordan Paradise , Developing Oversight Frameworks for Nanobiotechnology, 9(1) Minnesota J. L. Science & Tech. 187-203 (Winter 2008) (with Susan M. Wolf, Gurumurthy Ramachandran, Efrosini Kokkoli, Ralph Hall, & Jennifer Kuzma)

Professor Frank Pasquale , The Future of Internet Policy: A Conversation on Network Neutrality, (December 2, 2010) (Sponsored by the Yale Law & Policy Review and the Yale Law School Information Society Project)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Protecting Consumers' Reputations in an Era of Pervasive Surveillance and Secret Analytics, Brooklyn J. Corp. & Fin. L. (forthcoming 2013)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Practical Privacy: Rethinking the Collection, Analysis and Use of Health-Inflected Social Network Data, Governance of Social Media (forthcoming 2013) (J. Obar, ed.)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Equal Surveillance Under the Law, Ewen Memorial Lecture, Brooklyn College (April 2012)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Audit Trails and Open Data, Harvard-Georgetown Working Group on Market Democracy (July 2012)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Social Network Privacy Law Update, AALS Midyear Meeting (June 2012)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Law & Political Economy, Association of Professors of Political Economy and Law, Amherst (May 2012)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Antitrust in High Tech Industries: Remedies, George Mason Law School Conference on Search and Social Networking (May 2012)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Reputation Analytics, presented at Brooklyn Law School and U. Miami Law School (February 2012)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Google's Antitrust Dilemmas, inaugural conference of the Rutgers Intellectual Property and Information Law Institute (November 2011)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Regulating "Big Data", ABA Section on Administrative Law and Regulated Industries, Spring Meeting at Princeton University (April 2012)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Antitrust, Social Networking, and Privacy, George Mason Law School (November 2011)

Professor Frank Pasquale , Unilateral Conduct in High Tech Network Industries, Talk to ABA Antitrust Section's Committee on Unilateral Conduct (October 2011)

Professor David Opderbeck , Drone Courts, 44 Rutgers L.J. 413 (2014)

Professor David Opderbeck , Towards a Theology of Intellectual Property as Social Relations, 10 St. Thomas L.J. 738 Symposium (2014)

Professor David Opderbeck , The Problem With NeuroLaw, 58 St. Louis Univ. L.J. 497 (2014)

Professor David Opderbeck , Cyber Threats and Network Security Countermeasures: Keeping Your Intellectual Property and Secret Safe, American Bar Association Webinar (May 2013)

Professor David Opderbeck , Law and the Human Person Roundtable, University of Notre Dame Law School, South Bend, IN, Organizer and Moderator (April 2013)

Professor David Opderbeck , Computer Crimes Update, New Jersey Prosecutor’s College, Atlantic City, (September 2011)

Professor David Opderbeck , Computer Crimes Update, New Jersey Public Defender’s CLE, Trenton, (November 2011)

Professor David Opderbeck , Towards a Theology of Intellectual Property as Social Relations, University of St. Thomas Law School, Minneapolis, MN, Intellectual Property and Religious Though Conference, (March 2013)

Professor David Opderbeck , Cybersecurity Law Update, New Jersey Prosecutors’ College, Atlantic City, NJ (September 2012)

Professor David Opderbeck , Think Like a Lawyer, Talk Like a Geek: Dealing With Hackers, Practicing Law Institute, New York, NY (November 2012)

Professor David Opderbeck , Cybersecurity, Cyberwar, Cyberterrorism, and Civil Rights, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, NY (April 2012)

Professor David Opderbeck , Does the Communications Act of 1934 Provide an Internet Kill Switch?, Internet Law Works in Progress Conference, New York Law School (March 2012)

Professor David Opderbeck , International Intellectual Property and Access to Medicines, L'École Supérieure Catholique de Droit de Jérémie, Haiti (March 2012)

Professor David Opderbeck , Beyond Bits, Memes and Utility Machines: Intellectual Property, Theology, and Metaphysics, Religious Legal Theory Conference, Pepperdine Law School, California (February 2012)

Professor David Opderbeck , Computer Crimes and Cyber-Terrorism, New Jersey Marine Corps Reserve Terrorism Symposium, New Jersey Institute of Technology (October 2011)

Professor David Barnes , Trademark and Unfair Competition Law in an Intellectual Property Context, Aspen Publishers, Inc. (2014)

Professor Gaia Bernstein , The End User's Predicament: User Standing in Patent Litigation, Boston University Law Review (forthcoming 2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Cybersecurity, Data Breaches, and the Economic Loss Doctrine, 75 Maryland L. Rev. 935 (2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Recent Developments in Cybersurveillance, New Jersey Law Journal (May 13, 2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , The Apple iPhone Unlock Showdown: What is at Stake?, New Jersey Law Journal (March 7, 2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Cybersecurity for Law Firms, New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, New Brunswick, NJ (May 2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Apple v. FBI:, Brief in Support of Neither Party, with Prof. Justin (Gus) Hurwitz (2016 (submitted but not filed))

Professor David Opderbeck , Brief of Amicus Curiae, Prof. Opderbeck Supported by the Mass. Chiefs of Police Ass’n; & NW3C, Inc., Commonwealth v. Gelfgatt, II N.E.3d 605 (Mass. 2014) (SJC-11358)

Professor David Opderbeck , Mobile Payment Systems and Cybersecurity, New York State Wireless Association Meeting, New York, NY (June 2013)

Professor David Opderbeck , Philosophy of Intellectual Property Roundtable, George Mason University Law School, Discussant, Jekyll Island, Georgia (May 2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Cybersecurity Compliance Issues, Compliance Week, New York, NY (May 2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Civil Liability for Data Breaches, “Data Breach Litigation Update", South Carolina Law Review, Symposium (February 2016)

Professor David Opderbeck , Dealing With Hackers, Practicing Law Institute, New York, NY (November 2015)

Professor David Opderbeck , Dealing With Hackers, Itechlaw 2014 World Technology Law Conference, New York, NY (May 2014)

Professor David Opderbeck , The NSA is/and the Antichrist, Religious Legal Theory Conference, Emory Law School (March 2014)

Professor David Opderbeck , Federal Circuit Year in Review, Seton Hall University, Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology (September 2013)

International Law

Professor Kristen Boon , A Response to the American Position on the International Criminal Court, 10 E.J.I.L.108 (No. 1, 1999) (co-author)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , Human Rights and the European Court of Justice: An Appraisal, 1 Fordham Int'l Law Journal 1104 (May 2008)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , Dual System of Human Rights: The European Union, 14 Ilsa J. Int'l & Comp. L. 1 (Fall 2007)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , Targeted Sanctions, Human Rights, and the Court of First Instance of the European Community, 30 Fordham Int'l L.J. 1449 (May 2007)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , A Constitution for the European Union? A Transatlantic Perspective, 19 Temp. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 351 (Fall 2005)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , Equality and the European Union, 32 GA. J. INT'L & Comp. L. 73 (Winter 2004)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , Women's Human Rights Violations and Sex Trafficking, Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons-A New Approach, 10 ILSA J. Int'l & Comp. L. 485 (Spring 2004)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , International Human Rights and the U.S. Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act of 1976:The Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act and Human Rights, 8 ILSA J. Int'l & Comp. L. 363 (Spring 2002)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , Human Rights and the European Union: Who Decides? Possible Conflicts Between the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights, 19 DICK. J. Int'l. L. 301 (Winter 2001)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , International Elections Monitoring: Should Democracy be a Right?: Elections-a Global Right?, 9 Wis. Int'l. L. J. 321 (Fall 2001)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , The Treaty of Amsterdam: The Next Step Towards Gender Equality?, 23 Boston College Journal of International Law Rev. 1 (Winter 1999)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , Minority Rights and Bi-lateral Agreements:An Effective Mechanism, 22 Hastings Int'l Comp. L. Rev. 291 (Winter 1999)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , Elections and Democracy: Armenia, A Case Study, 20 Loyola Int'l & Comp. L. J. 455 (March 1998)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , Armenian Constitutional Referendum: Towards a Democratic Process, 9 Temp. Int'l & Comp. L.J. 269 (Fall 1995)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , The Role of International Law in the Twenty-First Century: Women's Human Rights: The Twenty-first Century, 18 Fordham Int'l. L. J. 1748 (May 1995)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , Freedom of Speech and International Norms: A Response to Hate Speech, 29 Stan. J. Int'l L. 57 (Fall 1992)

Professor Solangel Maldonado , Family Law in the World Community, (Carolina Academic Press, 3rd ed. 2015) (with D. Marianne Blair, Merle H. Weiner, and Barbara Stark)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , DOD Contradicts DOD: An Analysis of the Response to Death in Camp Delta, (February 2010) (Co-Authors & Research Fellows: Brian Beroth, Scott Buerkle, Sean Camoni, Meghan Chrisner, Adam Deutsch, Jesse Dresser, Michelle Fish, Marissa Litwin, Michael McDonough, Michael Patterson, Shannon Sterritt, Kelli Stout, Paul Taylor)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Revisionist Recidivism: A New Analysis of the Government's Representations of Alleged "Recidivism" of the Guantanamo Detainees, (June 2009) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz, Sean Camoni, Adam Deutsch, Michael McDonough, Michael Patterson, Michelle Fish, Gabrielle Hughes, Paul Taylor Research Fellows: Brian Beroth, Scott Buerkle, Megan Chrisner, Jesse Dresser, Shannon Sterritt, Kelli Stout)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Torture: Who Knew An Analysis of the FBI Department of Defense Reactions to Harsh Interrogation Methods at Guantanamo, (April 2009) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz. With Megan Sassaman, Daniel Mann, Mathew Darby, Michael Ricciardelli, Jennifer Ellick, Grace Brown, Jillian Camarote, Douglas Eadie, Daniel Lorenzo, Mark Muoio, Courtney Ray)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Released Guantanamo Detainees of the Department of Defense: Propaganda by the Numbers?, (January 2009) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz. Co-Authors & Research Fellows: Daniel Lorenzo, Mark Muoio, Grace Brown, Jullian Camarote, Douglas Eadie, Jennifer Ellick, Paul Taylor, Adam Deutsch, Michael Patterson, Gabrielle Hughes and Michelle Fish)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Justice Scalia, the Department of Defense, And the Perpetuation of an Urban Legend: The Truth About the Alleged Recidivism of Released Guantanamo Detainees, (June 2008) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz, Co-Authors & Research Fellows: Daniel Lorenzo, Mark Muoio, Grace Brown, Jennifer Ellick, Jullian Camarote, Douglas Eadie, and Paul Taylor)

Professor Mark Denbeaux , Captured On Tape: Interrogation and Videotaping of Detainees in Guantanamo, (February 2008) (Joshua Denbeaux, R. David Gratz, Jennifer Ellick, Michael Ricciardelli, Matthew Darby)

Professor Timothy Glynn , A Global Approach to the Study of Workplace Law: Looking Across (Real) National Borders to Move Beyond (Artificial) Substantive Ones, 25 Int'l J. of Comp. Lab. Law and Indus. Relations, No. 1 (March 2009)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Law’s Repeal Raises Bar for Beijing, S. China Morning Post, at A11 (Jan. 24, 2009) (with Jerome A. Cohen)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Co-translator, Republic of China, Judicial Yuan, Interpretation No. 636 (February 1, 2008)

Professor Margaret LewisLongo Lewis, The Enduring Importance of Police Repression: Laojiao, the Rule of Law and Taiwan's Alternative Evolution, The Impact of China's 1989 Tienanmen Massacre (Jean-Philippe Béja, ed.,Routledge, 2010) (with Jerome A. Cohen)
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Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , International Law Takes Center Stage in Legal Education, Nat'l L.J. (September 7, 2009)

Professor Margaret LewisLongo Lewis, Legal Systems in China, Handbook of Chinese Criminology (Liqun Cao, et al. eds., Routledge, 2012)
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Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Pregnant in China, N.Y. Times (July, 24, 2012, at A20) (Letter to the Editor)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis , The Treaty of Lisbon and Accession of the EU to the European Convention on Human Rights, ILSA Journal of Internationall & Comparative Law at Nova Southeastern University, 2012 International Practitioner's Notebook (forthcoming Fall 2012)

Professor Elizabeth Defeis, Bi-Lateral Mechanism and Responsibility to Protect, Chapter in Blood and Borders: The Responsibility to Protect and the Problem of the Kin-State (United Nations University 2011)
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Professor Elizabeth Defeis , La Protection Des Droits Indivduels, Une Comparaison Entre L'Union Européene et Les États-Unis, 525 DU MARCHÉ COMMUN ET DE L'UNION EUROPÉENNE (March 2009) (The Protection of Individual Rights, A Comparison between the European Union and the United States)

Professor Jonathan Hafetz , Detention Without End?: Reexamining the Indefinite Confinement of Terrorism Suspects through the Lens of Criminal Sentencing, 61 U.C.L.A. L. REV. 326 (2014)

Professor Kristen Boon , International Arbitration in Highly Political Situations: The South China Sea Dispute and International Law, 13 Wash. U. Global Stud. L. Rev. 487 (2014)

Professor Kristen Boon , Terminating Security Council Sanctions, International Peace Institute Policy Report (2014)

Professor Kristen Boon , Are Control Tests Fit for the Future? The Slippage Problem in Attribution Doctrines, 15 Melb. J. Int'l. L. 2 (2014)

Professor Jonathan Hafetz , Policing the Line: International Law, Article III, and the Scope of Military Jurisdiction, 2014 Wisc. L. Rev. 681 (2014)

Professor Jonathan Hafetz , China and the International Criminal Court: Power and Justice Revisited, 32 Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook Int'l Law & Affairs 32 (2016)

Professor Jonathan Hafetz, Between Justice and Legality: Charting the Future of International Criminal Law, in (forthcoming) (under contract with Cambridge University Press)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , When Foreign is Criminal, 55 Va. J. Int'l L. 625 (2015)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Criminal Law Pays: Penal Law’s Contribution to China’s Economic Development, 47 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 371 (2014)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , How Taiwan’s Constitutional Court Reined in Police Power: Lessons for the People’s Republic of China, 37 Fordham Int'l L.J. 863 (2014) (co-authored with Jerome A. Cohen)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Hard Work, S. China Morning Post (Nov. 19, 2013) (op-ed with Jerome A. Cohen)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Co-translator, Republic of China, Judicial Yuan, Interpretation No. 710 (July 5, 2013)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Co-translator, Republic of China, Judicial Yuan, Interpretation No. 709 (Apr. 26, 2013)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Co-translator, Republic of China, Judicial Yuan, Interpretation No. 708 (Feb. 6, 2013)

Professor Margaret LewisLongo Lewis, Constitutions Across the Strait, International Engagement in China's Human Rights (Chen Dingding & Titus Chen eds., Routledge, 2015)
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Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Teemu Ruskola, Legal Orientalism: China, the United States, and Modern Law, The China J., No. 72 (July 2014)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Susan Trevaskes, The Death Penalty in Contemporary China, The China J., No. 72 (July 2014)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Sino-American Dialogue on the Rule of Law and Human Rights (Dialogue Participant), National Committee on United States-China Relations, Beijing (December 2015)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Human Rights in Post-Martial-Law Taiwan: Lessons for the People’s Republic of China, University of Wisconsin Law School (November 2014)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , The State of Legal Development in China: Issues and Evidence (Commentator), University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia (April 2014)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Human Rights Development in Taiwan: Model for the Mainland? (Commentator), Promoting Human Rights in China: Domestic and International Levers for Change, NYU School of Law (April 2014)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Criminal Procedure and Criminal Law Reform in China: Legalizing the Tools of Repression or Safeguarding Human Rights – A Historic and Comparative Perspective (Panelist), East Asian Law Review Symposium, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia (February 2014)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Pretrial Detention and China’s Revised Criminal Procedure Law (Workshop Participant), Sichuan University School of Law, Chengdu, and Northwest University of Politics and Law, Xi’an (December 2013)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Contrasts in Constitutionalism Across the Strait – Mapping International Engagement in China’s Human Rights: An Interdisciplinary Inquiry, National Chengchi University, Taipei (December 2013)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Challenge to China (Book Presentation with Jerome A. Cohen), National Committee on United States-China Relations, New York (November 2013)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , The Death Penalty in China: Recent Developments, New York City Bar, Capital Punishment Committee, New York (November 2013)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , The Bo Xilai Case and Rule of Law in China, China Town Hall, National Committee on United States-China Relations, Bucknell University, Pennsylvania (October 2013)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Contrasts Across the Strait: International Human Rights Norms in Taiwan and China, Democracy in Taiwan Project at the Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law, Stanford University (October 2013)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Lessons for China: How Taiwan Curbed Arbitrary Police Power, North American Taiwan Studies Association Annual Conference, University of California, Santa Barbara (June 2013)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Where is Criminal Law in China’s Law and Development Debate?, Reading Group on Chinese Law, Columbia Law School (April 2013)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , How Taiwan Abolished Its Version of Reeducation Through Labor, Criminal Justice in China and Taiwan Today, Timothy A. Gelatt Dialogue on Law and Development in Asia, NYU School of Law (April 2013)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , U.S.-China Legal Experts Dialogue (Dialogue Participant), U.S. State Department, Beijing (October 2015)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Briefing for Uzra Zeya, Acting Assistant Secretary for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor, in preparation for the U.S.-China Human Rights Dialogue, U.S. State Department, Washington, DC (July 2013)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , The End of Reeducation Through Labor? Recent Developments and Prospects for Reform (Panelist), Congressional-Executive Commission on China Roundtable, Washington, DC (May 2013)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Current Conditions for Human Rights Defenders and Lawyers in China, and Implications for U.S. Policy (Panelist), Congressional-Executive Commission on China Roundtable, Washington, DC (June 2011)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , Review and Suggestions for Taiwan’s Criminal Procedure Reform, Judicial Yuan, Taipei (May 2011)

Professor Kristen Boon , The United Nations as Good Samaritan: Immunity and Responsibility, 16 Chi. J. Int'l L. 2 (2016)

Professor Kristen Boon , Prewitt Enterprises Inc. v. Org. of Petroleum Exporting Countries, Appeal Judgment, 353 F3d 916 (11th Cir 2003) in Judicial Decisions on the Law of International Organizations, Oxford University Press (2016)

Justice

Professor Kristen Boon , A Response to the American Position on the International Criminal Court, 10 E.J.I.L.108 (No. 1, 1999) (co-author)

Professor Erica Eisinger , The Law of Prisoners’ Rights, 52 Wayne L. Rev. 857 (Spring 2006) (with D. Manville & K. Rimmer)

Professor Michael Risinger , A House with No Foundation: Litigation Directed Research in the Criminal Justice System, 20 Issues in Science and Technology (the Magazine of the National Academy of Science) 35 (Fall 2003) (with Saks)

Practice Paper on Applications of Apprendi to Juvenile Transfer Proceedings, ABA Juvenile Law Publication (November, 2001)

Professor Alice Ristroph , Regulation or Resistance? A Counter-Narrative of Constitutional Criminal Procedure, 95 B.U. L. Rev._ (forthcoming 2015)

Professor Alice Ristroph , Sovereignty and Subversion, 101 Va. L. Rev. 1029 (2015)

Professor Alice Ristroph , Just Violence, 56 Ariz. L. Rev. 1017 (2014)

Land Use

Professor Angela Carmella, Land Use Regulation of Churches, Religious Organizations in the United States: A Study of Identity, Liberty, and the Law 565 (James A. Serritella, ed., Carolina Academic Press, 2006)
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Professor Angela Carmella , Zoning of Religious Uses and Historic Preservation of Religious Buildings, two entries in Religion and American Law: An Encyclopedia 222, 571 (Paul Finkelman, ed., Garland Publishing, 2000)

Professor Angela Carmella , Free Exercise Protection for Church Zoning Issues, Christian Legal Society Quaterly 9 (Spring 1992)

Professor Rachel Godsil, A Tale of Two Neighborhoods: Implicit Bias in Environmental Decision-Making, Implicit Racial Bias in the Law (Cambridge University Press 2011)
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Professor Rachel Godsil , A View from the Gallery: Oral Argument in Fisher v. UT Austin, 21 Poverty & Race (November-December 2012)

Legal Education

Professor Michael Ambrosio , Censure and the Academic Community, Seton Hall Constitutional L. J. (Inaugural Ed.), Vol. 1, No. 1, p.5. (Spring 1989)

Professor Margaret Lewis Longo Lewis , International Law Takes Center Stage in Legal Education, Nat'l L.J. (September 7, 2009)

Legal Theory/Legal History

Professor Catherine McCauliff , Responses to Jacques Maritain's philosophy of Christian Engagement with Secular Society, XXXI NOTES ET DOCUMENTS 61-68 (Sep. 2006)

Professor Catherine McCauliff , On Not Making Law, 61 LAW AND CONTEMPORARY PROBS. 157-227 (Summer 1998) (co-authored with G.M. Gulati)

Professor Andrea McDowell, Capital and Corporal Punishment in the California Gold Mines to appear in Capital Punishment (Gordon Bakken ed.)

Professor Andrea McDowell , Jurisdiction in the Workmen's Community of Deir el-Medina, Egyptologische Uitgaven 5 (Leiden, 1990)

Professor Catherine McCauliff , Religion and the Secular State, 58 Am. J. Comp. L. (Supp. 2010)

Professor Alice Ristroph , Regulation or Resistance? A Counter-Narrative of Constitutional Criminal Procedure, 95 B.U. L. Rev._ (forthcoming 2015)

Professor Alice Ristroph , Just Violence, 56 Ariz. L. Rev. 1017 (2014)

Nonprofit Organizations

Professor Sister Melanie DiPietro , Duty of Obedience: A Medieval Explanation for Modern Nonprofit Governance Accountability, DUQUESNE L. REV., Vol. 45, No. 1 (Fall 2007)

Property and Trust Law

Professor Linda Fisher , Shadowed by the Shadow Inventory: A Newark, New Jersey Case Study of Stalled Foreclosures & Their Consequences, 4 U.C. Irvine L. Rev. 1265 (2014)

Public Policy

Professor Jordan Paradise , Developing Oversight Frameworks for Nanobiotechnology, 9(1) Minnesota J. L. Science & Tech. 187-203 (Winter 2008) (with Susan M. Wolf, Gurumurthy Ramachandran, Efrosini Kokkoli, Ralph Hall, & Jennifer Kuzma)

Professor Kathleen Boozang , "Monitoring" Corporate Corruption: DOJ's Use of Deferred Prosecution Agreements in Health Care, 35 Am. J.L. Med. 89 (Spring 2009) (with Simone Handler-Hutchinson)

Professor Linda Fisher , Shadowed by the Shadow Inventory: A Newark, New Jersey Case Study of Stalled Foreclosures & Their Consequences, 4 U.C. Irvine L. Rev. 1265 (2014)

Professor Linda Fisher , Shadowing the Shadow Inventory, Blog Post, CLS Blue Sky Blog: Columbia Law School’s Blog on Corporations and the Capital Markets (July 10, 2015)

Tax Law

Professor Tracy Kaye, Tax Discrimination: A Comparative Analysis of U.S. and EU Approaches, Comparative Fiscal Federalism: Comparing European Court of Justice and the U.S. Supreme Court's Tax Jurisprudence (Avi-Yonah, Hines & Lang, eds.) (Kluwer International Law 2006)
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Professor Tracy Kaye , Facing the Uncertainties of Accounting for Tax Uncertainties, Tax Bridge to Practice, ABA Tax Section Meeting (May 2010-Washington, DC)

Professor Kristin Johnson , Law, Finance and Accountability after Financial Reform, American University, Washington College of Law Business Law Review Symposium (April 8, 2011)

Professor Tracy Kaye, Taxation and Development Incentives in the United States, Taxation and Development (Karen Brown, ed.) (2017)
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Professor Tracy Kaye, Corporate Blackmail: State Tax Incentives in the United States, State Aid and Tax Law Conference (Alexander Rust, ed.) (2013)
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Professor Tracy Kaye, United States, A Comparative Look at Regulation of Corporate Tax Avoidance (Karen Brown, ed.) (2012)
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Professor Tracy Kaye , The Offshore Shell Game: U.S. Corporate Tax Avoidance Through Profit Shifting, 18 Chap. Law Rev. 185 (2014)

Professor Tracy Kaye , Innovations in the War on Tax Evasion, 2 BYU L. Rev. 363 (2014)

Professor Tracy Kaye , Taxation and Development Incentives in the United States, 62 Am. J. Comp. L. (Supp.) 617 (2014)

Professor Tracy Kaye , Dynamic Scoring: Changing the Conversation about Tax Reform, ABA Section of Taxation, Teaching Taxation Committee-Moderator and Organizer (May 2015-Washington, DC)

Professor Tracy Kaye , Perspectives on the Fight against BEPS, University of Luxembourg Conference, Panel discussant (December 2014-Luxembourg, Luxembourg)

Professor Tracy Kaye , State Tax Competition, Catholic University of Louvain (December 2014-Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium)

Professor Tracy Kaye , Exchange of Information, CESI Symposium: Taxation in Europe: tax administrations at the heart of the crisis (October 2014-Brussels, Belgium)

Professor Tracy Kaye , Taxation and Development Incentives in the United States, 19th Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law at University of Vienna (July 2014-Vienna, Austria)

Professor Tracy Kaye, Tax Discrimination: A Comparative Analysis of U.S. and EU Approaches, Comparative Fiscal Federalism: Comparing the European Court of Justice and the U.S. Supreme Court's Tax Jurisprudence 2nd ed. (Avi-Yonah, Hines & Lang, eds.) (2016)
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Trial Advocacy/Trial Practice

Practice Paper on Applications of Apprendi to Juvenile Transfer Proceedings, ABA Juvenile Law Publication (November, 2001)

Professor Margaret LewisLongo Lewis, The Enduring Importance of Police Repression: Laojiao, the Rule of Law and Taiwan's Alternative Evolution, The Impact of China's 1989 Tienanmen Massacre (Jean-Philippe Béja, ed.,Routledge, 2010) (with Jerome A. Cohen)
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Professor Alice Ristroph , Sovereignty and Subversion, 101 Va. L. Rev. 1029 (2015)