Recent Faculty Publications


Anne-Marie Carstens Editor, Intersections in International Cultural Heritage Law (2020) (with Elizabeth Varner).[Abstract]
Martha Ertman Contract Law: An Integrated Approach (2019) (with Debora L. Threedy and William K. Sjostrom Jr).[Abstract]
Donald Gifford Harper, James and Gray on Torts (Supp. 2019) (with Oscar Gray).
Mark Graber American Constitutionalism (Vol II: Civil Rights and Liberties) (3d ed. 2021) (with Howard Gillman and Keith E. Whittington).
Russell McClain The Guide to Belonging in Law School (2020).[Abstract]
Paula Monopoli Constitutional Orphan: Gender Equality and the Nineteenth Amendment (2020).[Abstract]
Robert Percival Environmental Regulation: Law, Science & Policy (1992; 2d ed. 1996; 3d ed. 2000; 4th ed., 2003; 5th ed. 2006; 6th ed. 2009; 7th ed. 2013, 8th ed. 2018, 9th ed. 2021) (with others).[Abstract]
Environmental Law: Statutory and Case Supplement 2020-21 (2020).
Comparative and Global Environmental Law and Policy (2019) (with T. Yang, A. Telesetsky, and L. Harmon-Walker).[Abstract]
Sharon Reece Executive Compensation: Negotiation, Compensation and Taxation (forthcoming 2021) (with A. Meehan).
Matiangai Sirleaf Editor, Race and National Security (Oxford University Press forthcoming 2022/2023).
Michael P. Van Alstine International Business Transactions in a Nutshell (11th ed. 2020) (with Ralph Haughwout Folsom & Michael D. Ramsey).[Abstract]
International Business Transactions: A Problem Oriented Coursebook (13th ed. 2019) (with Folsom, Gordon & Ramsey).

Book Chapters

Taunya Lovell Banks Commentary, Palsgraf v. Long Island Railroad Co., 162 N.E. 99 (N.Y. 1928), in Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Tort Opinions 27 (Martha Chamallas & Lucinda M. Finley eds., 2020).
Elizabeth Key, Seventeenth Century Virginia (US), in As If She Were Free: A Collective Biography of Women and Emancipation in the Americas (Erica L. Ball, Tatiana Seijas & Terri L. Snyder eds., 2020).
Foreword, Predatory Lending and the Destruction of the African-American Dream (Janis Sarra & Cheryl Wade, 2020).
Barbara Bezdek To Have and to Hold? Community Land Trust as Commons, in The Cambridge Handbook of Commons Research Innovations (Chrystie Swiney & Sheila Foster eds., forthcoming 2021).
Peter G. Danchin The Dialectics of the Right to Freedom of Religion or Belief, in Routledge Handbook of Freedom of Religion or Belief (Silvio Ferrari et al. eds., 2020).[Full Text]
The Modern Architecture of Religious Freedom as a Fundamental Right, in Constitutions and Religion: Research Handbook in Comparative Constitutional Law 75 (Susana Mancini ed., 2020).[Full Text]
Deborah Thompson Eisenberg Frank Sander: Father of Court-Based Dispute Resolution, in Discussions in Dispute Resolution: The Foundational Articles 337 (Art Hinshaw, Andrea Kupfer Schneider & Sarah R. Cole eds., 2021).
Creating a Culture of Conflict Resolution: The Maryland Example, in Beyond Borders—Konflikte Diesseits und Jenseits von Rechten und Pflichten (Sascha Ferz ed., 2019).
Leigh Goodmark The Anti-Rape and Battered Women's Movements of the 1970s and 80s, in The Oxford Handbook of Feminism and Law in the United States (Deborah L. Brake et al. eds., forthcoming 2022).
Legal System Reform, in Transgender Intimate Partner Violence: A Comprehensive Introduction (Adam M. Messinger & Xavier L. Guadalupe-Diaz eds., 2020).
The Unintended Consequences of Domestic Violence Criminalization: Reassessing a Governance Feminist Success Story, in Governance Feminism: Notes from the Field 124 (Janet Halley et al. eds., 2019).
Politics, Safety, and Officer-Involved Intimate Partner Violence, in The Politicization of Safety: Critical Perspectives on Domestic Violence Responses 227 (Jane K. Stoever ed., 2019).
Responsive Alternatives to the Criminal System in Cases of Intimate Partner Violence, in Restorative and Responsive Human Services (Gale Burford, John Braithwaite, and Valerie Braithwaite eds., 2019).
Mark Graber Kahler v. Kansas on the Insanity Defense, in SCOTUS 2020, at 91 (Morgan Marietta ed., 2021) (with Julia Bess Frank).
Leslie Meltzer Henry Closing the Gap: Improving Women’s Health through Research Inclusion, in The Oxford Handbook of Research Ethics (Ana S. Illtis & Douglas MacKay eds., 2020) (with Anna C. Mastroianni).
William Moon Recognition, Rewards, and Regime Change, in Resolving Conflicts in the Law: Essays in Honour of Lea Brilmayer 130 (Chiara Giorgetti & Natalie Klein eds., 2019).
Robert Percival International Responsibility and Liability for Environmental Harm, in Routledge Handbook of International Environmental Law (Erika J. Techera, Jade Lindley, Karen N. Scott & Anastasia Telesetsky eds., 2d ed. 2021).
Getting the Lead Out: The Phase-Out of Gasoline Lead Additives--A Global Environmental Success Story, in The Impact of Environmental Law: Stories of the World We Want 8 (Rose-Liza Eisma-Osorio, Elizabeth A. Kirk and Jessica Steinberg Albin eds., 2020).
Transnational Litigation: What Can We Learn from Chevron–Ecuador?, in Research Handbook on Transnational Environmental Law 318 (Veerle Heyvaert & Leslie-Anne Duvic-Paoli eds., 2020).
Amanda C. Pustilnik Neurodisability: A Criminal Law Doctrine that Is Not Pure Insanity, in Neurodisability and the Criminal Justice System 14-33 (Gaye T. Lansdell, Bernadette J. Saunders & Anna Eriksson eds., 2021).
Natalie Ram Introduction to Incomplete Commodification and Its Creeping Counterpart, in The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Health Law (David Orentlicher & Tamara K. Harvey eds., 2021) (with Stéphanie Hennette Vauchez).
Incomplete Commodification in American Law, in The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Health Law (David Orentlicher & Tamara K. Harvey eds., 2021).
Investigative Genetic Genealogy and the Problem of Familial Forensic Identification, in Consumer Genetic Technologies: Ethical and Legal Considerations 211 (I. Glenn Cohen et al. eds., 2021).
Matiangai Sirleaf Global Health Law: Legal Foundations for Social Justice in Public Health, in Foundations of Global Health and Human Rights (Lawrence O. Gostin & Benjamin Mason Meier eds., 2020) (with Lawrence O. Gostin & Eric Friedman).[Full Text]
Prosecuting Dirty Dumping in Africa, in The African Court of Justice and Human and Peoples' Rights in Context 553 (Charles C. Jalloh & Kammari Clark eds., 2019).[Full Text]
Marley Weiss Judgment: Ricci v. DeStefano, 557 U.S. 557 (2009), in Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Employment Discrimination Opinions 383 (Ann C. McGinley & Nicole Buonocore Porter eds., 2020).


Kristina J. Alayan Real-World Solutions: Sweating the Small Stuff: Writing Letters of Recommendation, AALL Spectrum, Mar./Apr. 2021, at 30 (with Michelle Hook Dewey).
Look for the Helpers, Law Library Lights, Spring 2020, at 5.
Achievements in Legal Literature, AALL Spectrum, July/Aug. 2019, at 42.
Bridging All the Gaps: An Ongoing Discussion, AALL Spectrum, Nov./Dec. 2019, at 42 (with Emily R. Florio).
Chaz Arnett Black Lives Monitored (forthcoming).
Race, Surveillance, Resistance, 81 Ohio State Law Journal 1103 (2020).[Full Text]
From Decarceration to E-carceration, 41 Cardozo Law Review 641 (2019).[Full Text]
Taunya Lovell Banks Personal Identity Equality and Racial Misrecognition: Review Essay of Multiracials and Civil Rights: Mixed-Race Stories of Discrimination, 34 Journal of Civil Rights & Economic Development 13 (2021).[Full Text]
The Disappearing Public Toilet, 50 Seton Hall Law Review 1061 (2020).[Full Text]
Andrew Blair-Stanek A Dataset for Statutory Reasoning in Tax Law Entailment and Question Answering, Proceedings of the 2020 Natural Legal Language Processing (NLLP) Workshop (2020) (with Nils Holzenberger and Benjamin Van Durme).[Full Text]
How the IRS Should Fight the COVID-19 Economic Crisis, Tax Notes Federal, Mar. 30, 2020, at 2067.[Full Text]
Contractual Tax Reform, 61 William & Mary Law Review 1537 (2020) (with Michael Abramowicz).[Full Text]
Richard Boldt Constitutional Structure, Institutional Relationships and Text: Revisiting Charles Black's White Lectures, 54 Loyola L.A. Law Review 675 (2021).[Full Text]
Book Review, Kerwin Kaye, Enforcing Freedom: Drug Courts, Therapeutic Communities, and the Intimacies of the State, 17 Law, Culture & the Humanities 377 (2021)
Criminalization and Normalization: Some Thoughts About Offenders with Serious Mental Illness, 71 Florida Law Review Forum 229 (2021).[Full Text]
Community Health Workers and Behavioral Health Care, 23 Journal of Health Care Law & Policy 1 (2020) (with Eleanor T. Chung).[Full Text]
Patricia Campbell University Inventions Reconsidered: Debunking the Myth of University Ownership, 11 William & Mary Business Law Review 77 (2019).
Douglas Colbert "With a Little Help from My Friends": Counsel at Bail and Enhanced Pretrial Justice Becomes the New Reality, 55 Wake Forest Law Review 795 (2020).
Robert Condlin ADR: Disputing with a Modern Face, or Bargaining for the Bargaining Impaired?, 21 Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution 291 (2020).[Full Text]
Karen Czapanskiy Vaccination, Disabled Children and Parental Income, 24 Journal of Health Care Law & Policy 91 (2021).[Full Text]
Tax Policy, Structured Settlements and Factoring: Making Exploitation Easy and Profitable, 93 University of Detroit Mercy Law Review 455 (2020).[Full Text]
Preschool and Lead Exposed Kids: The IDEA Just Isn't Good Enough, 35 Touro Law Review 171 (2019).[Full Text]
Peter G. Danchin The Pandemic Paradox in International Law, 114 American Journal of International Law 598 (2020) (with Jeremy Farrall, Shruti Rana and Imogen Saunders).[Full Text]
Navigating the Backlash against Global Law and Institutions, 38 Australian Yearbook of International Law 1 (2020) (with Jeremy Farrall, Jolyon Ford, Shruti Rana and Imogen Saunders).[Full Text]
Deborah Thompson Eisenberg The Role of Mediation in an Integrated Eviction System, 2 Maryland Bar Journal, no. 2, 112 (2020) (with Toby Guerin and David Spinosa)
Beyond Settlement: Reconceptualizing ADR as "Conflict Process Strategy," 35 Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution 705 (2020).[Full Text]
Disrupting the Eviction Crisis with Conflict Resolution Strategies, 41 Mitchell-Hamline Journal of Public Policy & Practice 125 (2020) (with Noam Ebner).[Full Text]
What Works in Alternative Dispute Resolution? The Impact of Third-Party Neutral Strategies in Small Claims Cases, 37 Conflict Resolution Quarterly 101 (2019).[Full Text]
School Conflict De-Escalation: A Coordinated Approach for Educators and SROs, 74 Dispute Resolution Journal, no. 2, 2019, at 29.[Full Text]
Martha Ertman Contract in Crisis, Jotwell, April 6, 2020.[Full Text]
The Cost of Non-Billable Work, 99 Texas Law Review Online 184 (2020).[Full Text]
Donald Gifford The Torts Sage as Mentor and Friend: In Memory of Oscar Gray, 79 Maryland Law Review 1151 (2020).
How Could Anyone "Roast" Jana? A Tribute to My Colleague Jana Singer, 78 Maryland Law Review 696 (2019).
Rescuing Tort Law: A Tribute to Judge Sally Adkins, 78 Maryland Law Review 671 (2019).[Full Text]
Daniel Goldberg Partnership Revaluations: Book-ups Are Your Friends (Usually) - Planning with Revaluations and Their Interplay with Section 704(c), 74 Tax Lawyer 345 (2021).[Full Text]
Leigh Goodmark Surveillance and Entanglement: How Mandatory Sex Offender Registration Impacts Criminalised Survivors of Human Trafficking, Anti-Trafficking Review, no. 14 (2020), at 124 (with Kate Mogulescu).
Reimagining VAWA: Why Criminalization Is a Failed Policy and What a Non-Carceral VAWA Could Look Like, Violence Against Women (2020).[Full Text]
Domestic Violence Mandatory Arrest Policies and Arrests for Same-Sex and Opposite-Sex Intimate Partner Violence After Legalization of Same-Sex Marriage in the United States, 33 Criminal Justice Studies 231 (2020) (with Alesha Durfee).
"You Do Not Think of Me as a Human Being": Race and Gender Inequities Intersect to Discourage Police Reporting of Violence Against Women, 96 Journal of Urban Health 772 (2019) (with others).
Gender, Protection Orders, and Intimate Partner Violence in Later Life: A Study of Protective Order Filings in Arizona, Journal of Interpersonal Violence (2019) (with Alesha Durfee).
The Impact of Prosecutorial Misconduct, Overreach, and Misuse of Discretion on Gender Violence Victims, 123 Dick. L. Rev. 627 (2019).[Full Text]
Mark Graber Original Expectations, 52 Connecticut Law Review 1573 (2021).[Full Text]
Book Review, Entrenchment: Wealth, Power, and the Constitution of Democratic Societies, 107 Journal of American History 449 (2020).
McCulloch and the American Regime, 73 Arkansas Law Review 95 (2020) (reviewing David S. Schwartz, The Spirit of the Constitution: John Marshall and the 200-Year Odyssey of McCulloch v. Maryland (2019)).
Ship Money: The Case that Time and Whittington Forgot, 35 Constitutional Commentary 47 (2020)[Full Text]
Book Review, 124 American Historical Review 1893 (2019) (reviewing Martha S. Jones, Birthright Citizens: A History of Race and Rights in Antebellum America (2018)).
Foreword: Technological Change, Constitutional Flexibility, and Regime Stability, 79 Maryland Law Review 56 (2019).[Full Text]
Functionalism and the Infield Fly Rule, 13 Florida International University Law Review 935 (2019).[Full Text]
Overruling McCulloch?, 72 Arkansas Law Review 79 (2019).
Book Review, 37 Law & History Review 315 (2019) (reviewing Paul Finkelman, Supreme Injustice: Slavery in the Nation's Highest Court (2018)).
David Gray Bertillonage in an Age of Surveillance: Fourth Amendment Regulation of Facial Recognition Technologies, 24 SMU Science & Technology Law Review 3 (2021).
Mass Surveillance in the Age of COVID-19, Journal of Law & the Biosciences, June 2020, doi:10.1093/jlb/lsaa023 (with Natalie Ram).
Collective Rights and the Fourth Amendment After Carpenter, 79 Maryland Law Review 66 (2019).[Full Text]
Arnold Loewy: Thought Leader, Champion of the Innocent, Prognosticator, Surveillant, 52 Texas Tech Law Review 107 (2019).
A Right to Go Dark (?), 72 SMU Law Review 621 (2019).
Michael Greenberger Too Big to Fail—U.S. Banks’ Regulatory Alchemy: Converting an Obscure Agency Footnote into an “At Will” Nullification of Dodd-Frank's Regulation of the Multi-Trillion Dollar Financial Swaps Market, 14 Journal of Business & Technology Law 197 (2019).[Full Text]
Leslie Meltzer Henry For Now, It's Unethical to Use Human Challenge Studies for SARS-CoV2 Vaccine Development, 117 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 28,538 (2020) (with others).
Legal Obstacles to Including Adolescents in HIV Prevention Research, Journal of Medical Ethics (forthcoming) (with H. Cleckler).
Diane Hoffmann Reciprocity and Liability Protections During the COVID-19 Pandemic, 51 Hastings Center Report, no. 3, 5 (2021) (with Valerie Gutmann Koch).
Getting Real: The Maryland Healthcare Ethics Committee Network's COVID-19 Working Group Debriefs Lessons Learned, HEC Forum, Feb. 2021 (with others).[Full Text]
Bacterial Baptism: Scientific, Medical, and Regulatory Issues Raised by Vaginal Seeding of C-Section-Born Babies, 47 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 568 (2019) (with others).
Vaginal Microbiota Transplantation: The Next Frontier, 47 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 555 (2019) (with Kevin DeLong, Fareeha Zulfiqar, Anita J. Tarzian, and Laura M. Ensign).
The Impact of Regulatory Policies on the Future of Fecal Microbiota Transplantation, 47 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 482 (2019) (with Alexander Khoruts and Francis B. Palumbo).
Introduction: The Promise and Challenges of Microbiome-Based Therapies, 47 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 476 (2019).
Karen Rothenberg: Prescient, Perceptive, Persistent and Passionate, 22 Journal of Health Care Law & Policy 141 (2019).
Kathleen Hoke State Efforts to Create an Inclusive Marijuana Industry in the Shadow of the Unjust War on Drugs, 12 Journal of Business & Technology Law 235 (2020) (with Mathew Swinburne).[Full Text]
Seema Kakade Revitalizing Greenhouse Gas Permitting Inside a Biden EPA, 50 Environmental Law Reporter 10,384 (2021) (with Matt Haber).[Full Text]
Detecting Corporate Environmental Cheating, 47 Ecology Law Quarterly 771 (2020) (with Matt Haber).[Full Text]
Remedial Payments in Agency Enforcement, 44 Harvard Environmental Law Review 117 (2020).[Full Text]
Charles Martel Racism and Bigotrry as Grounds for Impeachment, 45 NYU Review of Law & Social Change 197 (2021).
Michael Millemann Teaching Professional Responsibility Through Theater, 17 Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal 399 (2020) (with Elliott Rauh and Robert Bowie Jr.).[Full Text]
Digging Them out Alive, 25 Clinical Law Review 365 (2019) (with Rebecca Bowman-Rivas and Elizabeth Smith).[Full Text]
Paula Monopoli Women, Democracy, and the Nineteenth Amendment, 100 Boston University Law Review 1727 (2020).[Full Text]
The Constitutional Development of the Nineteenth Amendment in the Decade Following Ratification, 11 ConLawNOW 61 (2020).[Full Text]
William Moon Delaware's Global Competitiveness, 106 Iowa Law Review 1683 (2021).[Full Text]
Delaware's New Competition, 114 Northwestern University Law Review 1403 (2020).[Full Text]
Regulating Offshore Finance, 72 Vanderbilt Law Review 1 (2019).[Full Text]
Michael Pappas Climate Changes Property: Disasters, Decommodification, and Retreat, 82 Ohio State Law Journal 331 (2021) (with Victor B. Flatt).[Full Text]
The Costs of Creating Environmental Markets: A Commodification Primer, 9 U.C. Irvine Law Review 731 (2019) (with Victor Byers Flatt).
Robert Percival Transnational Environmental Accountability, Natural Resources & Environment, Fall 2020, at 8 (with Jingjing Zhang).
The EPA as a Catalyst for the Development of Global Environmental Law, 70 Case Western Reserve Law Review 1151 (2020).[Full Text]
Environmental Law in the Supreme Court as the Kennedy Court Becomes the Roberts Court, Practical Real Estate Lawyer, March 2019, at 19.
Michael Pinard Reflecting on Our Turbulent Times, 28 Clinical Law Review 1 (2021) (with Phyllis Goldfarb & Randy Hertz).
Race Decriminalization and Criminal Legal System Reform, 95 NYU Law Review Online 119 (2020).[Full Text]
Teaching Justice-Connectivity, 80 Louisiana Law Review 95 (2019).[Full Text]
Not (Just) a Clinical Lawyer-Journal?, 26 Clinical Law Review 1 (2019) (with Phyllis Goldfarb and Randy Hertz).
Peter Quint Reflections on Donald Kommers' "Prolegomenon", 20 German Law Journal 557 (2019).
Natalie Ram Regulating Forensic Genetic Genealogy, 373 Science 1444 (2021) (with Erin E. Murphy and Sonia M. Suter).
Legal and Ethical Implications of Wastewater SARS-CoV-2 Monitoring for COVID-19 Surveillance, 7 Journal of Law & the Biosciences, no. 1, lsaa039 (2020) (with Lance Gable and Jeffrey L. Ram).
Mass Surveillance in the Age of COVID-19, Journal of Law & the Biosciences, June 2020, doi:10.1093/jlb/lsaa023 (with David Gray).
Investigative Genetic Genealogy and the Future of Genetic Privacy, 16 SciTech Lawyer, Summer 2020, at 18.
Forensic Genealogy and the Power of Defaults, 37 Nature Biotechnology 707 (2019) (with Jessica L. Roberts).
Genetic Privacy After Carpenter, 105 Virginia Law Review 1357 (2019).
Sharon Reece The Accordion Type Jurisprudence of ERISA Preemption Creates Unnecessary Uncertainty, 88 UMKC Law Review 115 (2019).
Jana B. Singer Tribute to Professor Oscar S. Gray, 79 Maryland Law Review 1158 (2020).
Maneka Sinha Junk Science at Sentencing, 89 George Washington Law Review 52 (2021).[Full Text]
Matiangai Sirleaf Disposable Lives: COVID-19, Vaccines, and the Uprising, 121 Columbia Law Review Forum 71 (2021).[Full Text]
Racial Valuation of Diseases, 67 UCLA Law Review 1820 (2021).[Full Text]
"I Can't Breathe": Connecting COVID-19, Protests, and Global Health, 114 Proceedings of the ASIL Annual Meeting 373 (2020).
Entry Denied: COVID-19, Race, Migration & Global Health, 2 Frontiers in Human Dynamics 599157 (2020).[Full Text]
Capacity-Building, International Cooperation, and COVID-19, 24 ASIL Insights, No. 17 (2020).[Full Text]
Max Stearns Modeling Narrowest Grounds, 89 George Washington Law Review 461 (2021).[Full Text]
Constitutional Law's Conflicting Premises, 96 Notre Dame Law Review 447 (2020).[Full Text]
Maureen Sweeney Enforcing/Protection: The Danger of Chevron in Refugee Act Cases, 71 Administrative Law Review 127 (2019).[Full Text]
Kevin Tu Blockchain Stock Ledgers, 96 Indiana Law Journal 223 (2020).
Michael P. Van Alstine The Unified Field Solution to the Battle of the Forms Under the UN Sales Convention, 62 William & Mary Law Review 213 (2020).[Full Text]
Marley Weiss Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Encompassed within Prohibition against Employment Discrimination Because of Sex: Bostock v. Clayton County, 6 International Labor Rights Case Law 288 (2020).