Faculty Scholarship: Select Publications, 2015-2016

Faculty Scholarship – Selected Recent Publications

The University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law celebrates its faculty’s longstanding—and growing—reputation for scholarly excellence. Our faculty’s recent publications include articles in a wide range of scholarly journals, including the Georgetown Law Journal, USC Law Review, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, Notre Dame Law Review, North Carolina Law Review, Emory Law Journal, and Alabama Law Review. Our publications include several leading textbooks and important books on reproductive ethics, the creation of the common law, terrorism and cyber security.

This scholarship reflects the exceptional breadth and depth of the Utah faculty’s subject matter expertise. Our faculty publishes on a wide array of subjects, including consumer law, victims’ rights, health law, intellectual property, federalism, reproductive rights, congressional gridlock, and environmental, energy, natural resources, and water law.

A sampling of our faculty’s recent publications follows, or visit law.utah.edu/faculty for detailed information on faculty activities.

Shima Baradaran Baughman
Drugs and Violence, 88 USC Law Review 227 (2015)
Subconstitutional Checks, Notre Dame Law Review (forthcoming 2016-17)

Teneille Brown
Denying Death, 57 Arizona Law Review 977 (2015)

Jorge Contreras
Genetic Property, Georgetown Law Journal (forthcoming 2016)
Patent Pledges, 47 Arizona State Law Review 543 (2015)

Robin Craig
Dealing with Ocean Acidification: The Problem, the Clean Water Act, and State and Regional Approaches, 90 Washington Law Review 1583 (2015)

Lincoln Davies
U.S. Renewable Energy Policy in Context, 15 Environmental Law & Policy 33 (2015)

Leslie Francis
The Oxford Handbook of Reproductive Ethics (ed., Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2016)

Erika George
In Good Company: How Corporate Social Responsibility Can Protect Rights and Aid Efforts to End Child Sex Trafficking and Modern Slavery, 46 NYU Journal of International Law 55 (2014)

Amos Guiora
Cyber-Security: Geo-Politics, Law and Policy (Routledge, forthcoming 2017)

Cathy Hwang
Unbundled Bargains: Multi-Agreement Dealmaking in Complex Mergers & Acquisitions, 164 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1403 (2016)
The Value of Uncertainty, 110 Northwestern University Law Review 283 (2016) (with Edwards)

RonNell Andersen Jones
The Dangers of Press Clause Dicta, 48 Georgia Law Review 706 (2014)
What the Supreme Court Thinks of the Press and Why It Matters, 66 Alabama Law Review 235 (2014)

Laura T. Kessler
The Dynamics of Discrimination, 44 Florida State Law Review (forthcoming 2017)

Terry Kogan
How Photographs Infringe, Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law (forthcoming 2016-17)

Thomas Lund
The Creation of Common Law: The Medieval Year Books Deciphered (Talbot Publishing 2015)

Chibli Mallat
Philosophy of Nonviolence: Revolution, Constitutionalism, and Justice Beyond the Middle East (Oxford University Press 2015)

Wayne Mccormack
The Law of Terrorism (Carolina Academic Press 2016) (with Luna)

Nancy Mclaughlin
Conservation Easements and the Valuation Conundrum, 19 Florida Tax Review 225 (2016)

Christopher Peterson
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Law Enforcement: An Empirical Review, 90 Tulane Law Review 1058 (2016)

Amelia Smith Rinehart
Myriad Lessons Learned, 5 U.C. Irvine Law Review 1147 (2015)

Clifford Rosky
Scrutinizing Immutability: Research on Sexual Orientation and Legal Advocacy for Sexual Minorities, 53 Journal of Sex Research 363 (2016) (with Diamond)

Jeffrey Schwartz
The Conflict Minerals Experiment, 6 Harvard Business Law Review 129 (2016)
Unicorns and Publicness, North Carolina Law Review (forthcoming 2017)

Alexander Skibine
Using the New Equal Protection to Challenge Federal Control over Tribal Lands, 26 Public Land & Resources Law Review 3 (2015)

Michael Teter
Jury Rules and Congressional Reform, Houston Law Review (forthcoming 2016)

Amy Wildermuth
Unearthing the Lost History of Seminole Rock, 65 Emory Law Journal 47 (2015)