Digital Commons Update:
New postings since December 2013
"Criminalizing Revenge Porn," by Danielle Citron, JD, Lois K. Macht Research Professor of Law, will be published in the Wake Forest Law Review. Citron also co-authored “The Scored Society: Due Process for Automated Predictions,” with Frank Pasquale, MPhil, JD, professor, which will be published in the Washington Law Review.
“The Merchants of MOOCs,” by James Grimmelmann, JD, professor, will be published in the Seton Hall Law Review. Grimmelmann had two additional articles accepted for publication: “Anarchy, Status Updates, and Utopia,” in the Pace Law Review, and “Indistinguishable from Magic: a Wizard’s Guide to Copyright and 3D Printing,” in the Washington and Lee Law Review. “Big Data’s Other Privacy Problem,” a book chapter by Grimmelmann, will be published in Big Data and the Law (West Academic 2014).
"Has the Roberts Court Plurality's Colorblind Rhetoric Finally Broken Brown's Promise?" by Phoebe Haddon, JD, LLM, dean and professor, was published in the Denver University Law Review.
"Stop Terry: Reasonable Suspicion, Race, and a Proposal to Limit Terry Stops,” by Renee Hutchins, JD, professor, was published in the New York University Journal of Legislation and Public Policy.
"Looking Backward, Looking Forward: The Next 40 Years of Environmental Law," by Robert Percival, MA, JD, Robert F. Stanton Professor of Law and director, Environmental Law Program, was published in The Environmental Law Reporter. Percival also co-authored Environmental Regulation: Law, Science, and Policy, 7th edition and Environmental Law Statutory and Case Supplement, 2013-2014, both recently published by Wolters Kluwer Law & Business. Additionally, Percival wrote a book chapter for Trade, Health and the Environment: The European Union put to the Test entitled "Risk, Uncertainty and Precaution: Lessons from the History of US Environmental Law."
"The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act: Time to End the Corporate Welfare," by Robert Rhee, MBA, JD, professor, was published in the Cato Institute’s Policy Analysis Series. "Tackling ‘Arithmophobia’: Teaching How to Read, Understand, and Analyze Financial Statements," co-authored by Rhee, was published in the Tennessee Journal of Business Law.
"Reflections on the Cost of "Low-Cost" Whole Genome Sequencing: Framing the Health Policy Debate,” co-authored by Karen Rothenberg, MPA, JD, Marjorie Cook Professor of Law, was published in PLOS Biology, a peer-reviewed journal featuring research articles in all areas of biological science.
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