Digital Commons Update:
New postings for May 2013
Articles and Books
"The Unfinished Journey - Education, Equality and Martin Luther King, Jr., Revisited," by Taunya Banks, JD, Jacob A. France Professor of Equality Jurisprudence, was published in the Villanova Law Review.
"The Tangled Law and Politics of Religious Freedom," by Peter Danchin, LLB, LLM, JSD, professor, director, International and Comparative Law Program, was published in the Santa Clara Journal of International Law. “Religious Freedom in the Jurisprudence of Egyptian and the European Court of Human Rights,” co-authored with Saba Mahmood, was published in the South Atlantic Quarterly. Danchin’s book chapter, “The Politics of Religious Establishment: Recognition of Muslim Marriages in South Africa,” will be published in Varieties of Religious Establishment.
The Death of the Income Tax: a Progressive Consumption Tax and the Path to Fiscal Reform, by Daniel Goldberg, JD, professor, was published by Oxford University Press.
"The New Rules for Law Schools," by Barbara Gontrum, MS, JD, professor, assistant dean, Library and Technology, was published in Peer to Peer: the quarterly magazine of the International Legal Technology Association.
“State and Federal Emergency Powers,” by Michael Greenberger, JD, professor, director, Center for Health and Homeland Security, and Arianne Spaccarelli, Chapter 2 in Homeland Security: Legal and Policy Issues, is now fully available in the Digital Commons.
“Teaching Business Law Through an Entrepreneurial Lens,” by Michelle Harner, JD, professor, co-director, Business Law Program, was published in the Journal of Business & Technology Law.
“One Small Step for Legal Writing, One Giant Leap for Legal Education: Making the Case for More Writing Opportunities in the ‘Practice-Ready’ Law School Curriculum,” by Sherri Keene, JD, professor, association director, Legal Writing Program, was accepted for publication in the Mercer Law Review.
Federal Habeas Corpus: Executive Detention and Post-conviction Litigation, by Lee Kovarsky, JD, professor, was published by Foundation Press.
“Waiting for Leviathan: A Note on Modern Wo’er Trading Company Ltd v Ministry of Finance of the People’s Republic of China,” by Daniel Mitterhoff, MA, JD, LLM, managing director, Maryland-CUFE China Cooperative Program, was published in the Public Procurement Law Review.
“Touched by Greatness,” by Shruti Rana, MSc, JD, professor, was published in the Montana Law Review.
“The Tort Foundation of Duty of Care and Business Judgment,” by Robert Rhee, MBA, JD, professor, co-director, Business Law Program, was published in the Notre Dame Law Review.
All issues of The University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class (RRCG) are now accessible via the Digital Commons.
"Law & Health Care Newsletter, v. 20, no. 2, Spring 2013” is now available.
"Mid-Atlantic Ethics Committee Newsletter, Spring 2013" is now available.
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