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Faculty publications display

September - December 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 September through December 2016.

Raj Bhala

Christopher R. Drahozal
Innovation in Arbitration Law: The Case of Delaware, 42 PEPPERDINE LAW REVIEW (2016).

The State of Empirical Research on International Commercial Arbitration: 10 Years Later in THE EVOLUTION AND FUTURE OF INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION, edited by Stavros Brekoulakis, Julian D.M. Lew and Loukas Mistelis.

AAA Consumer Arbitration, in BEYOND ELITE LAW: ACCESS TO CIVIL JUSTICE IN AMERICA, edited by Samuel Estreicher and Joy Radice.

Confidentiality in Consumer and Employment Arbitration, in YEARBOOK ON ARBITRATION AND MEDIATION, Vol. 7 (2016).

Class Arbitration in the United States, in CLASS AND GROUP ACTIONS IN ARBITRATION, edited by Bernard Hanotiau and Eric A. Schwartz.

Usages and Implied Terms in the United States, in TRADE USAGES AND IMPLIED TERMS IN THE AGE OF ARBITRATION, edited by Fabien Gelinas.

John W. Head
International Law, Agro-Ecological Integrity and Sovereignty: Proposals for Reform, THE FEDERAL LAWYER (June 2016).

Bruce R. Hopkins
THE LAW OF TAX-EXEMPT ORGANIZATIONS, 11th ed., Wiley Nonprofit Authority.

With Jody Blazek, PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS: TAX LAW AND COMPLIANCE, 4th ed., Wiley Nonprofit Authority.

With Alicia M. Kirkpatrick, THE LAW OF FUNDRAISING, 5th ed., Wiley Nonprofit authority.

THE TAX LAW OF CHARITABLE GIVING, 5th ed., Wiley Nonprofit Authority.

With Thomas K. Hyatt, THE LAW OF TAX-EXEMPT HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATIONS, 4TH ED., Wiley Nonprofit Authority.

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

Elizabeth A. Kronk Warner
Everything Old is New Again: Enforcing Tribal Treaty Provisions to Protect Climate Change-Threatened Resources, 94 NEBRASKA LAW REVIEW (2016).

Justice Brandeis and Indian Country: Lessons from the Tribal Environmental Laboratory, 47 ARIZONA STATE LAW JOURNAL (Fall 2015).

Stephen W. Mazza
With Leandra Lederman and Steve R. Johnson, Chapter 31, in SURCHARGES AND PENALTIES IN TAX LAW, edited by Roman Seer and Anna Lena Wilms (May 2015).

Uma Outka
Cities and the Low-Carbon Grid, 46 LEWIS AND CLARK LAW SCHOOL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, (2016).

The Obama Administration's Clean Air Act Legacy and the UNFCCC, 48 CASE WESTERN RESERVE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW (Spring 2016).

Andrew W. Torrance
With Eric con Hippel, Protecting the Right to Innovate, in THE NEW PRODUCTION OF USERS: CHANGING INNOVATION COLLECTIVES AND INVOLVEMENT STRATEGIES, edited by Sampsa Hyysalo, Torben Elgaard Jensen, and Nelly Oudshoorn (2016).

Will Innovation Thrive without Patents? A Natural Experiment in Biotechnology, in REVOLUTIONIZING INNOVATION, edited by Dietmar Harhoff and Karim R. Lakhani (2016).

Suzanne Valdez
"Retreat to the Boundary of the Rules:" Resurrecting Professionalism in Depositions and the Implications of Gamesmanship for Kansas Practitioners, 64 University of Kansas Law Review (June 2016).

Steve Ware
The Politics of Arbitration Law and Centrist Proposals for Reform, 53 HARVARD JOURNAL ON LEGISLATION (Summer 2016)..


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