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Faculty publications display

January - March 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 January through March 2016.

Elizabeth A. Kronk Warner
Justice Brandeis and Indian Country: Lessons from the Tribal Environmental Laboratory, 47 Ariz. St. L.J. 857 (Fall 2015).

With Joseph P. Brewer, II, Guarding Against Exploitation: Protecting Indigenous Knowledge in the Age of Climate Change, 27 Geo. Int'l Entl. L. Rev. 585 (2015).

Stephen R. McAllister
With Randy J. Holland, Jeffrey M. Shaman, and Jeffrey S. Sutton, State Constitutional Law: The Modern Experience (The American Casebook Series), 2nd ed., West Academic Publishing (2015).

The Kansas Justice: David J. Brewer, 19 Green Bag 2d 37 (Autumn 2015).

Lumen N. Mulligan
With Robert C. Casad, Kansas Civil Jury Instruction Companion Handbook, 2015-2016, Thompson Reuters (2015).

Elinor P. Schroeder
With Mark A. Rothstein, Charles B. Craver, Elaine W. Shoben, and Camille Hebert, Employment Law, 5th ed., West Academic Publishing (2015).

Andrew W. Torrance
With Eric von Hippel, The Right to Innovate, 2015 Mich. St. L. Rev. 793 (2015).


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