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Summer 2005 Issue

Marjorie Aaron Professor of Practice
Director, Center for Negotiation & Problem Solving

Photo of Professor AaronMarjorie published Finding Settlements with Numbers, Maps, and Trees, in The Handbook of Dispute Resolution (Michael Moffitt & Robert Bordone eds., Jossey Bass 2005), published by the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School. She taught two courses at Hamline University School of Law’s Dispute Resolution Institute: Representation in Mediation and Decision Analysis.

Marjorie’s book chapter, Decision Analysis as a Method of Evaluating the Trial Alternative, in Mediating Legal Disputes: Effective Strategies for Lawyers and Mediators 307 (Dwight Golann ed., 1996), was cited in Scott R. Belhorn, Settling Beyond the Shadow of the Law: How Mediation Can Make the Most of Social Norms, 20 Ohio St. J. on Dispute Resolution 981 (2005)

Profile of Professor Aaron :: Center for Practice in Negotiation & Problem Solving


Marianna Brown Bettman Invited Professor of Law
Photo of Professor BettmanMarianna published her monthly Legally Speaking column in the American Israelite, Cincinnati Herald, and City Beat on:
• June: Deck v. Missouri: Does appearing in shackles before a jury in the penalty phase of a death penalty case violate a defendant’s due process rights?
• July: Kelo v. City of New London: Is the taking of property for economic development a constitutional use of eminent domain?
• August: Castle Rock v. Gonzales: Does failure of the police to enforce a restraining order constitute a procedural due process violation entitling the injured party to civil damages?

Profile of Professor Bettman


Joseph Biancalana Professor of Law
Photo of Professor BiancalanaJoseph was elected to the Council of the Selden Society. His article, The Politics and Law of Philoctetes, was accepted for publication in the Journal of Law and Literature. Joseph presented Actions of Debt on an Obligation, 1399-1483 at the 17th British Legal History Conference held at University College, London University

Profile of Professor Biancalana


Lou Bilionis Dean and Nippert Professor of Law
Image of Dean BilionisLou joined us on July 1 as the 29th Dean of the College of Law:
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Lou published two articles:
Conservative Reformation, Popularization, and the Lessons of Reading Criminal Justice as Constitutional Law, 52 UCLA L. Rev. 979 (2005)
Grand Centrism and the Centrist Judicial Personam, 83 N.C. L. Rev. 1353 (2005)

Several of Lou’s articles were cited in prestigious law reviews, including:
The New Scrutiny, 51 Emory L.J. 481 (2002), in G. Edward White, Unpacking the Idea of the Judicial Center, 83 North Carolina L. Rev. 1089 (2005), Christina E. Wells, Fear and Loathing in Constitutional Decision-Making, 2005 Wis. L. Rev. 115, Jennifer Dukart, Comment, Geduldig Reborn: Hibbs as a Success (?) of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Sex-Discrimination Strategy, 93 California L. Rev. 541 (2005), and Kevin S. Schwartz, Note, Applying Section 5: Tennessee v. Lane and Judicial Conditions on the Congressional Enforcement Power, 114 Yale L.J. 1133 (2005)
Process, the Constitution, and Substantive Criminal Law, 96 Michigan L. Rev. 1269 (1998), in Kyron Huigen, Solving the Williams Puzzle, 105 Columbia L. Rev. 1048 (2005), and in Youngjae Lee, The Constitutional Right against Excessive Punishment, 91 Virginia L. Rev. 677 (2005)

Profile of Dean Bilionis


Kristin Kalsem Associate Professor of Law
Photo of Professor BrandserKristin completed an article, Bankruptcy Reform and Financial-Well Being: How Intersectionality Matters in Money Matters, which she presented as part of the College of Law's Summer Faculty Scholarship Series.

Kristin moderated A Mock Trial: State of Ohio v. Margaret Garner at the National Underground Freedom Center


A. Christopher Bryant Professor of Law
Photo of Professor BryantChris presented What is the Meaning of Raich? as part of the College of Law's Summer Faculty Scholarship Series.

Chris’s article, Remanding to Congress: The Supreme Court's New “On the Record” Constitutional Review of Federal Statutes, 86 Cornell L. Rev. 328 (2001) (with Timothy J. Simeone), was cited in Alan E. Garfield, Protecting Children from Speech, 57 Florida L. Rev. 565 (2005).

 

Profile of Professor Bryant


Paul L. Caron Charles Hartsock Professor of Law
Director, Faculty Projects

Photo of Professor CaronPaul completed two articles:
Dead Poets and Academic Progenitors: The Next Generation of Law School Rankings, 81 Ind. L.J. ___ (2005) (symposium) (with Rafael Gely)
Ranking Law Schools: Using SSRN to Measure Scholarly Performance, 81 Ind. L.J. ___ (2005) (symposium) (with Bernard S. Black)

He presented these papers as part of the College of Law's Summer Faculty Scholarship Series.

Foundation Press published another book in Paul’s Law Stories Series : Immigration Stories, by David A. Martin (Virginia) & Peter H. Schuck (Yale).

Paul’s TaxProf Blog, which he launched on April 15, 2004, received its 750,000th visitor. He added several new blogs to his Law Professor Blogs Network :
Business Law Prof Blog, by Dale Oesterle (Ohio State)
Chinese Law Prof Blog, by Donald C. Clarke (George Washington)
Clinical Law Prof Blog, by Pamela R. Metzger (Tulane) & Katherine Maris Mattes (Tulane)
Corporate Compliance Prof Blog, by Paul R. McGreal (South Texas)
Elder Law Prof Blog, by Kim Dayton (William Mitchell)
Environmental Law Prof Blog, by Susan L. Smith (Willamette)
Family Law Prof Blog, by Barbara Glesner Fines (Missouri-Kansas City), Robert E. Oliphant (William Mitchell) & Nancy Ver Steegh (William Mitchell)
Leiter's Law School Reports, by Brian R. Leiter (Texas)

Paul published several issues of his Tax Law Abstracts e-journals:
• 11 issues of Tax Law & Policy (vol. 6, nos. 20-30)
• 11 issues of Practitioner Series (vol. 5, nos. 20-30).
• 3 issue of International & Comparative Tax (vol. 5, no. 8-10) (co-edited with Robert A. Green (Cornell))

Paul attended a meeting of the Board of Directors of CALI – The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction, held in conjunction with the CALI Conference on Law School Computing in Chicago.

Paul’s book, Federal Income Tax Anthology (Anderson, 1997) (with Karen C. Burke (San Diego) & Grayson M.P. McCouch (San Diego)), was cited in David A. Weisbach, The (Non)Taxation of Risk, 58 Tax L. Rev. 1 (2004).

Profile of Professor Caron


Thomas D. Eisele Professor of Law
Photo of Professor EiseleTom’s article, Tom Morawetz’s “Robust Enterprise”: Jurisprudence after Wittgenstein, was accepted for publication in Philosophical Investigations, the world’s leading (and peer-reviewed) journal on Wittgenstein studies.

Profile of Professor Eisele


Rafael Gely Professor of Law
Photo of Professor GelyRafael completed several articles:
Dead Poets and Academic Progenitors: The Next Generation of Law School Rankings, 81 Ind. L.J. ___ (2005) (symposium) (with Paul L. Caron)
Supreme Court and DIG: A Legal and Empirical Analysis (with Michael Solimine)
Workers Blogging (with Leonard Bierman).

Rafael presented the first two of these articles as part of the College of Law's Summer Faculty Scholarship Series.

Several of Rafael’s articles were cited in prestigious law reviews, including:
Congressional Control or Judicial Independence: The Determinants of U.S. Supreme Court Labor-Relations Decisions, 1949-1988, 23 RAND J. Economics 463 (1992) (with Pablo T. Spiller), in Mark J. Roe, Delaware's Politics , 118 Harvard L. Rev. 2491 (2005), Jeffrey A. Segal & Chad Westerland, The Supreme Court, Congress, and Judicial Review, 83 North Carolina L. Rev. 1323 (2005), and Lawrence Baum, Popular Justice: Presidential Prestige and Executive Success in the Supreme Court, 45 Jurimetrics J. 367 (2005)
“Love, Sex and Politics? Sure. Salary? No Way”: Workplace Social Norms and the Law, 25 Berkeley J. Emp. & Labor L. 167 (2004) (with Leonard Bierman), in Tristin K. Green, Work Culture and Discrimination, 93 California L. Rev. 623 (2005), and Matthew A. Edwards, The Law and Social Norms of Pay Secrecy, 26 Berkeley J. Emp. & Labor L. 41 (2005)
A Rational Choice Theory of Supreme Court Statutory Decisions with Applications to the State Farm and Grove City Cases, 6 J.L. Econ. & Org. 263 (1990) (with Pablo T. Spiller), in Jeffrey A. Segal & Chad Westerland, The Supreme Court, Congress, and Judicial Review, 83 North Carolina L. Rev. 1323 (2005), Lawrence Baum, Popular Justice: Presidential Prestige and Executive Success in the Supreme Court, 45 Jurimetrics J. 367 (2005), and David Landau, The Two Discourses in Colombian Constitutional Jurisprudence: A New Approach to Modeling Judicial Behavior In Latin America, 37 George Washington Int’l L. Rev. 687 (2005)

Profile of Professor Gely


Mark A. Godsey Associate Professor of Law
Faculty Director, Lois and Richard Rosenthal Institute for Justice, Ohio Innocence Project

Photo of Professor Godsey Mark’s article, Reformulating the Miranda Warnings in Light of Contemporary Law and Understandings, was accepted for publication in the Minnesota Law Review. He has been invited to present the article this fall at the University of Florida College of Law and The Ohio State University College of Law.
Mark presented The DNA Revolution and Criminal Justice Reform as part of the College of Law's Summer Faculty Scholarship Series.

Mark’s article, Rethinking the Involuntary Confession Rule: Toward a Workable Test for Identifying Compelled Self-Incrimination, 93 California L. Rev. 465 (2005), was:
• Excerpted at length in a leading criminal procedure textbook, Modern Criminal Procedure: Cases, Comments, and Questions, by Yale Kamisar, et. al. (West Group, 11th ed. 2005)
• Featured and summarized in The Champion, the national trade magazine of the National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys.

Several of Mark’s articles were cited in prestigious law reviews, including:
• Miranda’s Final Frontier – The International Arena: A Critical Analysis of United States v. Bin Laden, and a Proposal for a New Miranda Exception Abroad, 51 Duke L.J. 1703 (2002), in Kermit Roosevelt, Guantanamo and the Conflict of Laws: Rasul and Beyond, 153 Univ. Pennsylvania L. Rev. 2017 (2005), and in Kal Raustiala, The Geography of Justice, 73 Fordham L. Rev. 2501 (2005)
The New Frontier of Constitutional Confession Law – The International Arena: Exploring the Admissibility of Confessions Taken by U.S. Investigators from Non-Americans Abroad , 91 Georgetown L.J. 851 (2003), in John T. Parry, Constitutional Interpretation, Coercive Interrogation, and Civil Rights Litigation After Chavez v. Martinez, 39 Ga. L. Rev. 733 (2005)
When Terry Met Miranda: Two Constitutional Doctrines Collide, 63 Fordham L. Rev. 715 (1994), in Shelli Calland, Hiibel v. Sixth Judicial District Court: Stop and Identify Statutes Do Not Violate the Fourth or Fifth Amendments, 40 Harv. C. R. & C.L . L. Rev 251 (2005).
The Innocence Revolution and Our “Evolving Standards of Decency” in Death Penalty Jurisprudence, 29 Univ. Dayton L. Rev. 265 (2004) (with Thomas Pulley), in Carol S. & Jordan M. Steiker, The Seduction of Innocence: The Attraction and Limitations of the Focus on Innocence in Capital Punishment Law and Advocacy, 95 J. Criminal L. & Criminology 587 (2005)

Profile of Professor Godsey :: Lois and Richard Rosenthal Institute for Justice/Ohio Innocence Project


Emily Houh Professor of Law
Photo of Professor HouhEmily completed two scholarly pieces:
Toward Praxis, 39 U.C. Davis L. Rev. ___ (2006)(symposium)
Still(,) at the Margins, 40 Law & Soc’y Rev. ___ (2005) (book review)

Emily presented Rethinking Contract Damages as part of the College of Law's Summer Faculty Scholarship Series.

Emily attended the AALS mid-year conference on contract law in Montreal. Her article, Critical Race Realism: Re-Claiming the Antidiscrimination Principle through the Doctrine of Good Faith in Contract Law, 66 Pittsburgh L. Rev. 455 (2005), was cited in Angela Onwuachi-Willig, Just Another Brother on the SCt?: What Justice Clarence Thomas Teaches Us about the Influence of Racial Identity , 90 Iowa L. Rev. 931 (2005).

Profile of Professor Houh


Ann Hubbard Professor of Law
Image of Professor HubbardAnn joined us on July 1. Several of her articles were cited in prestigious law reviews, including:
The ADA, the Workplace, and the Myth of the “Dangerous Mentally Ill,” 34 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 849 (2001), and Meaningful Lives and Major Life Activities, 55 Ala. L. Rev. 997 (2004), in Kelly Cahill Timmons, Accommodating Misconduct Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, 57 Fla. L. Rev. 187 (2005)
Meaningful Lives and Major Life Activities, 55 Ala. L. Rev. 997 (2004), in Carlos A. Ball, Looking for Theory in All the Right Places: Feminist and Communitarian Elements of Disability Discrimination Law, 66 Ohio St. L.J. 105 (2005)
The Major Life Activity of Belonging, 39 Wake Forest L. Rev.215 (2004), in Wendy F. Hensel, The Disabling Impact of Wrongful Birth and Wrongful Life Actions, 40 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 141 (2005)

Profile of Professor Hubbard


Christo Lassiter Professor of Law
Photo of Professor LassiterChristo’s article, TV or Not TV – That is the Question, 86 J. Criminal L. & Criminology 928 (1996), was cited in Kevin F. O'Malley et al., Federal Jury Practice and Instructions West Group, 2005 Supp.).

Profile of Professor Lassiter


Bert B. Lockwood, Jr. Distinguished Service Professor of Law
Director, Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights

Photo of Professor LockwoodBert published the first in a series of Human Rights Quarterly readers that will bring the work of the Quarterly in selected areas (e.g., women’s rights, economic rights) to the coursebook market.

Profile of Professor Lockwood :: Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights


S. Elizabeth Malloy Professor of Law
Faculty Director, Glenn M. Weaver Institute for Law & Psychiatry

Photo of Professor MalloyBetsy completed two articles:
Physician Restrictive Covenants: The Neglect of Incumbent Patients’ Interests
• Tennessee v. Lane: The Demise of the Boerne Test? (with Andrew Thompson)

Betsy presented Physician Restrictive Covenants: The Neglect of Incumbent Patients’ Interests as part of the College of Law's Summer Faculty Scholarship Series.

Betsy’s article, The Interaction of the ADA, the FMLA, and Workers' Compensation: Why Can't We Be Friends?, 41 Brandeis L.J. 821 (2003), was cited in Andrew R. Klein, Apportionment of Liability in Workplace Injury Cases, 26 Berkeley J. Emp. & Labor L. 65 (2005).

Profile of Professor Malloy :: Glenn M. Weaver Institute for Law and Psychiatry


Bradford C. Mank James B. Helmer Jr. Professor of Law
Photo of Professor MankBrad completed an article, Prudential Standing and the Dormant Commerce Clause: Why the “Zone of Interests” Test Should Not Apply to Constitutional Cases. He was elected co-chair of the Cincinnati Environmental Advisory Council, which advises the City Council, City Manager and City Departments regarding environmental issues. Brad was quoted in Property Seizure Legal, Cincinnati Post, June 24, 2005

Several of Brad’s articles were cited in prestigious law reviews, including:
Can Congress Regulate Interstate Endangered Species under the Commerce Clause? The Split in the Circuits over Whether the Regulated Activity is Private Commercial Development or the Taking of a Protected Species, 69 Brooklyn L. Rev. 923 (2004), in John S. Baker, Jr., Jurisdictional and Separation of Powers Strategies to Limit the Expansion of Federal Crimes, 54 American Univ. L. Rev. 545 (2005)
Textualism’s Selective Canons of Statutory Construction: Reinvigorating Individual Liberties, Legislative Authority, and Deference to Executive Agencies, 86 Kentucky L.J. 527 (1998), in James J. Brudney & Corey Ditslear, Canons of Construction and the Elusive Quest for Neutral Reasoning, 58 Vanderbilt L. Rev. 1 (2005)
Using § 1983 to Enforce Title VI's Section 602 Regulations, 49 Univ. Kansas L. Rev. 321 (2001), and Are Anti-Retaliation Regulations in Title VI or Title IX Enforceable in a Private Right of Action: Does Sandoval or Sullivan Control This Question?, 35 Seton Hall L. Rev. 47 (2004), in David S. Cohen, Title IX: Beyond Equal Protection, 28 Harvard J. L. & Gender 217 (2005).

Profile of Professor Mank


Donna M. Nagy Charles Hartsock Professor of Law
Photo of Professor NagyDonna chaired a panel on Emerging Trends in Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility at the Annual Meeting of the Law & Society Association in Las Vegas. She attended a workshop on Globalizing the Law School Curriculum at the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law.

Several of Donna’s articles were cited in prestigious sources, including:
Judicial Reliance on Regulatory Interpretations in SEC No-Action Letters: Current Problems and a Proposed Framework, 83 Cornell L. Rev. 921 (1998), in Jerry L. Mashaw, Norms, Practices, and the Paradox of Deference: A Preliminary Inquiry into Agency Statutory Interpretation, 57 Administrative L. Rev. 501 (2005)
The “Possession vs. Use” Debate in the Context of Securities Trading by Traditional Insiders: Why Silence Can Never be Golden, 67 Univ. Cincinnati L. Rev. 1129 (1999), and Reframing the Misappropriation Theory of Insider Trading Liability: A Post-O’Hagan Suggestion, 59 Ohio St. L.J. 1223 (1998), in Thomas Lee Hazen, Law of Securities Regulation (West Group, 5th ed. 2005), and Donald C. Langevoort & G. Mitu Gulati, The Muddled Duty to Disclose under Rule 10b-5, 57 Vanderbilt L. Rev. 1639 (2004)

Profile of Professor Nagy


Nancy Oliver Legal Research & Writing Professor
Photo of Professor OliverNancy attended two conferences:
• Great Lakes Legal Writing Consortium, Dayton
• Association of Legal Writing Directors Conference, Northwestern

Profile of Professor Oliver


William J. Rands Professor of Law
Photo of Professor RandsBill’s article, Domination of a Subsidiary by a Parent, 32 Indiana L. Rev. 421 (1999), was cited in Linda A. Malone, Environmental Regulation of Land Use (Clark Boardman, 2005 Supp.).

Profile of Professor Rands


Ronna G. Schneider Professor of Law
Photo of Professor SchneiderRonna spoke to a group of Ukranian journalists on Ethics and the First Amendment with attorney and former journalist Ed Marks as part of Cincinnati’s Sister Cities Project.

Profile of Professor Schneider


Michael E. Solimine Associate Dean for Faculty Development, Donald P. Klekamp Professor of Law and Director, Extern Program
Photo of Professor SolimineMichael was appointed Associate Dean for Faculty Development, succeeding Donna M. Nagy.

Michael published a case book, Appellate Practice and Procedure: Cases and Materials (West Group, 2d ed. 2005) (with Emeritus UC Professor Robert J. Martineau, Virginia Professor Kent Sinclair & Delaware Supreme Court Justice Randy Holland).

Michael completed two articles:
Due Process and En Banc Decision Making, 47 Ariz. L. Rev. ___ (2005) (symposium)
Supreme Court and DIG: A Legal and Empirical Analysis (with Rafael Gely)

Michael presented the latter article as part of the College of Law's Summer Faculty Scholarship Series.

Several of Michael’s articles were cited in prominent hornbooks and casebooks, including:
• Jack H. Friedenthal, Mary Kay Kane & Arthur H. Miller, Civil Procedure (West 4th ed. 2005), citing Revitalizing Interlocutory Appeals in the Federal Courts, 58 George Washington L. Rev. 1165 (1990)
• Richard D. Freer & Wendy Collins Perdue, Civil Procedure (LexisNexis, 4th ed. 2005), citing Revitalizing Interlocutory Appeals in the Federal Courts; The Quiet Revolution in Personal Jurisdiction, 73 Tulane L. Rev. 1(1998); and Deregulating Voluntary Dismissals, 32 Univ. Michigan J. L. Ref. 367 (2003) (with Amy Lippert)
• Richard H. Fallon, Jr., Daniel J. Meltzer & David L. Shapiro, Hart & Wechsler’s The Federal Courts and the Federal System (Foundation Press, 2005 Supp.), citing Formalism, Pragmatism, and the Conservative Critique of the Eleventh Amendment, 101 Michigan L. Rev. 1463 (2003)
• Peter W. Low & John C. Jeffries, Federal Courts and the Law of Federal-State Relations (Foundation Press, 2005 Supp.), citing Formalism, Pragmatism, and the Conservative Critique of the Eleventh Amendment, 101 Mich. L. Rev.1463 (2003) (reviewing John T. Noonan, Narrowing the Court's Power: The Supreme Court Sides with the States (2002)).

Several of Michael’s articles also were cited in prestigious law reviews, including:
Competitive Federalism and Interstate Recognition of Marriage, 32 Creighton L. Rev. 83 (1998), in Linda Silberman, Same-Sex Marriage: Refining the Conflict of Laws Analysis, 153 Univ. Pennsylvania L. Rev. 2195 (2005)
Constitutional Litigation in Federal and State Courts: An Empirical Analysis of Judicial Parity, 10 Hastings Const’l L.Q. 213 (1983) (with James L. Walker), and Rethinking Feminist Judging, 70 Indiana L.J. 891 (1995) (with Susan Wheatley), in Frank B. Cross, Gay Politics and Precedents, 103 Michigan L. Rev. 1186 (2005)
Rethinking Feminist Judging, 70 Indiana L.J. 891 (1995) (with Susan Wheatley), in Jennifer L. Peresie, Note, Female Judges Matter: Gender and Collegial Decisionmaking in the Federal Appellate Courts, 114 Yale L.J. 1759 (2005)
Diluting Justice on Appeal?: An Examination of the Use of District Court Judges Sitting by Designation on the United States Courts of Appeals, 28 Univ. Michigan J.L. Reform 351 (1995) (with Richard B. Saphire), in Debra Lyn Bassett, Recusal and the Supreme Court, 56 Hastings L.J. 657 (2005)
An Economic and Empirical Analysis of Choice of Law, 24 Georgia L. Rev. 49 (1989), in Erin Ann O’Hara, Choice of Law for Internet Transactions: The Uneasy Case for Online Consumer Protection, 153 Univ. Pennsylvania L. Rev. 1883 (2005)
Formalism, Pragmatism, and the Conservative Critique of the Eleventh Amendment, 101 Michigan L. Rev. 1463 (2003), in Richard H. Seamon, Slaying the Dying Dragon of State Sovereignty, 66 Univ. Pittsburgh L. Rev. 321 (2005)
Judicial Influence: A Citation Analysis of Federal Court of Appeals Judges, 27 J. Legal Studies 271 (1998) (with William M. Landes & Lawrence Lessig), in Stephen J. Choi & G. Mitu Gulati, Mr. Justice Posner? Unpacking the Statistics, 61 N. Y. U. Annual Survey American L. 19 (2005)
Revitalizing Interlocutory Appeals in the Federal Courts, 58 George Washington L Rev 1165 (1990), in Leah Epstein, A Balanced Approach to Mandamus Review of Attorney Disqualification Orders, 72 Univ. Chicago L. Rev. 667 (2005)

Profile of Professor Solimine


Adam N. Steinman Assistant Professor of Law
Photo of Professor SteinmanAdam completed an article, The Irrepressible Myth of Celotex: Reconsidering Summary Judgment Burdens Twenty Years after the Trilogy, which:
• was featured on Larry Solum’s Legal Theory Blog
• ranked among the Top 10 most-downloaded recent articles in SSRN’s Litigation, Procedure & Dispute Resolution Journal.
• he presented presented as part of the College of Law's Summer Faculty Scholarship Series.

Profile of Professor Steinman


Suja Thomas Professor of Law
Photo of Professor ThomasSuja presented Is Summary Judgment Constitutional? as part of the College of Law's Summer Faculty Scholarship Series.

Profile of Professor Thomas


Joseph P. Tomain Dean Emeritus and Wilbert and Helen Ziegler Professor of Law
Photo of Dean TomainJoe spent the summer teaching in Tuscany, working for the ABA in Beijing, and studying and writing in Santa Fe.
• In Tuscany, under the auspices of the Justice Institute for the Legal Profession, Joe co-taught (with Professor Cioffi) a seminar for experienced lawyers and judges entitled Law, Culture, and Justice, which included a walking tour of Florence
• In Beijing, Joe served as site inspector for the ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar reviewing the China Program conducted by Indiana University-Indianapolis School of Law
• In Santa Fe, Joe took three courses at St. John’s College and drafted a chapter of his book, Creon’s Ghost, concerning Machiavilli’s The Prince

Joe published:
Junk Economics, 93 Georgetown L.J. 698 (2005) (reviewing Hank Ackerman & Lisa Heinzerling, Priceless: Unknowing the Price of Everything and the Value of Nothing)
Rethinking Reform of Electricity Markets, 40 Wake Forest L. Rev. 497 (2005) (with Sidney A. Shapiro (Wake Forest)).

Joe was elected Chair of the Board of Trustees of Student Lending Works, Inc., and Chair of the Board of Trustees of Knowledge Funding Ohio, Inc.

Profile of Dean Emeritus and Wilbert and Helen Ziegler Professor Tomain


Verna L. Williams Associate Professor of Law
Photo of Professor WilliamsVerna completed an article, Private Choices, Public Consequences: Examining Education Reform through a Feminist Lens. She presented Feminist Legal Advocacy as part of the College of Law's Summer Faculty Scholarship Series.

Verna’s article, Reform or Retrenchment? Single-Sex Education and the Construction of Race and Gender, 2004 Wisconsin L. Rev. 15, was cited in Paul Horwitz, Grutter’s First Amendment, 46 Boston College L. Rev. 461 (2005), and Judith Resnik, Living Their Legal Commitments: Paideic Communities, Courts, and Robert Cover, 17 Yale J.L. & Human. 17 (2005).

Profile of Professor Williams


Ingrid Brunk Wuerth Professor of Law
Photo of Professor WuerthIngrid spoke on International Law and the President’s War Powers as part of a panel on Law and Terrorism at the Annual Meeting of the Law & Society Association in Las Vegas. She presented International Law as an Interpretive Norm as part of the College of Law's Summer Faculty Scholarship Series.

Ingrid’s article, The Dangers of Deference: International Claim Settlement by the President, 44 Harvard Int’l L.J. 1 (2003), was cited in Dinusha Panditaratne, Rights-Based Approaches to Examining Waiver Clauses in Peace Treaties: Lessons from the Japanese Forced Labor Litigation in California Courts, 28 Boston College Int’l & Comp. L. Rev. 299 (2005).

Profile of Professor Wuerth

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