Digital Commons Update:
New postings since August 6, 2013
"Fighting Cyber-Crime After United States v. Jones,” by Danielle Citron, Lois K. Macht Research Professor of Law, David Gray, professor, and Liz Rinehart, was published in Northwestern Law Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology.
"Alternative Dispute Resolution and Public Confidence in the Judiciary: Chief Judge Bell's ‘Culture of Conflict Resolution,’" by Deborah Eisenberg, professor and director of the Center for Dispute Resolution, Toby Guerin, clinical law instructor and managing director of the Center for Dispute Resolution, and Rachel Wohl, was published in the Maryland Law Review.
“Corporate Culture and ERM,” by Michelle Harner, professor and co-director of the Business Law Program, was published in the Digital Commons. "A More Realistic Approach to Directors' Duties" has been accepted for publication in the Tennessee Journal Of Business Law.
"When Enough is Enough: Location Tracking, Mosaic Theory, and Machine Learning," a working paper co-authored by Renée Hutchins, professor, was accepted for publication in the New York University Journal of Law & Liberty.
"Gender and the Crisis in Legal Education: Remaking the Academy in Our Image,” by Paula Monopoli, professor and founding director of the Women, Leadership & Equality Program, previously published in the Michigan State Law Review, has been uploaded to the Digital Commons.
"Privacy, Antitrust, and Power,” by Frank Pasquale, professor, was published in the George Mason Law Review. “The Credit Scoring Condundrum,” a working paper, and “Diagnosing Finance’s Failure: From Economic Idealism to Legal Realism,” were published in the Digital Commons.
- “Fulfilling Government 2.0's Promise with Robust Privacy Protections” by Danielle Citron, Lois K. Macht Research Professor of Law
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