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Faculty publications display

January - March 2017

(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 January through March 2017.


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Raj Bhala
Does India Matter to the U.S. Presidential Candidates?, Bloomberg Quint Opinion, Nov. 7, 2016, http://www.bloombergquint.com/opinion/2016/11/07/does-india-matter-to-th....

Will India Be ‘Great Again’ Too With President Trump?, Bloomberg Quint Opinion, Nov. 9, 2016, http://www.bloombergquint.com/opinion/2016/11/09/is-india-made-great-aga....

TPP OBJECTIVELY: LAW, ECONOMICS, AND NATIONAL SECURITY OF HISTORY'S LARGEST, LONGEST FREE TRADE AGREEMENT, Carolina Academic Press (2016).


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John W. Head
INTERNATIONAL LAW AND AGROECOLOGICAL HUSBANDRY: BUILDING LEGAL FOUNDATIONS FOR A NEW AGRICULTURE, Routledge (2017).


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Pam Keller
Get into the Flow of Briefwriting, THE JOURNAL OF THE KANSAS BAR ASSOCIATION, Vol. 84 (July/August 2015).


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Andrew W. Torrance
Are Engineered Genetic Sequences Copyrightable?: The U.S. Copyright Office Addresses a Matter of First Impression, with Christopher M. Holman & Claes Gustafsson, 35 Biotechnology Law Report 103 (2016).


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Steve Ware
PRINCIPLES OF ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION, 3rd Ed., West Academic Publishing (2016).

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Corey Rayburn Yung
Is Relying on Title IX a Mistake?, 64 University of Kansas Law Review 891 (June 2016).

Constitutional Communication, 96 Boston University Law Review 303 (Mar. 2016).

 


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