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Faculty publications display

April - June 2016

(previous faculty publications displays also available)

The Faculty Publications display stands at the entrance of the Wheat Law Library. We encourage other faculty, students and the public to come in and view the achievements of The University of Kansas School of Law faculty.

Following is an alphabetical listing, by author, of recent faculty publications that are included in the display from April through June 2016.




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Laura J. Hines
With N. William Hines, Constitutional Constraints on Punitive Damages: Clarity, Consistency, and the Outlier Dilemma, 66 HASTINGS LAW JOURNAL 1257 (June 2015).

The Unruly Class Action, 82 THE GEORGE WASHINGTON LAW REVIEW 718 (May 2014).


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Elizabeth A. Kronk Warner
With Joseph H. Brewer II, Protecting Indigenous Knowledge in the Age of Climate Change, 47 THE GEORGETOWN INT’L ENVTL. LAW REVIEW 585 (Summer 2015).

Ethics and Indian Country, 63 THE FEDERAL LAWYER 4 (April 2016).


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Joyce R. Rosenberg
A Singular Understanding of “They”, 85 The Journal of the Kansas Bar Association 20 (April 2015).
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Lua Kamál Yuille
Blood In, Buyout: A Property & Economic Approach to Street Gangs, 2015 WISCONSIN LAW REVIEW 1049.

Liberating Sexual Harassment Law, 2015 MICHIGAN JOURNAL OF GENDER & LAW 345.


 


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  • One-third of full-time faculty have written casebooks and treatises
  • 2 KU law faculty were U.S. Supreme Court clerks
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  • 20th nationwide for lowest debt at graduation. — U.S. News & World Report
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  • More than 600 employment interviews at law school, 2014-15
  • 92 percent overall employment rate for Class of 2014 – top 20 percent nationally
  • 23rd: for number of law alumni promoted to partner at nation’s largest law firms
  • #1 in Kansas and Missouri for July 2015 bar exam performance