Faculty Recent Publications

Recent Publications

Recent books, book chapters, and journal articles published by the University of Minnesota Law School faculty.

To find earlier publications during a faculty member's tenure at the University of Minnesota Law School, search by faculty member and/or by words in the publications' citations using the search box on the right. Additional information can be found on the faculty biography pages via the faculty directory.

– Platform Unions, 108 Minnesota Law Review 2013 (2024)
Naomi Cahn
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Nancy Levit
Fair Shake: Women and the Fight to Build a Just Economy (Simon & Schuster, 2024)
– Interpreting the Ambiguities of Section 230, 41 Yale Journal on Regulation Bulletin 60 (2024)
Ariel Porat
– Opportunistic Breach of Contract, 37 Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 199-230 (2024)
– Just Don’t Do It: Why Cannabis Regulations are the Reason Cannabis Businesses are Failing, 24 Nevada Law Journal 349 (2024)
Owen D. Jones
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Jeffrey D. Schall
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Morris B. Hoffman
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Anthony D. Wagner
Brain Science for Lawyers, Judges, and Policymakers (Oxford University Press, 2024)
– Centralizing Pharmaceutical Innovation, 83 Maryland Law Review 653 (2024)
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Naomi Cahn
– The Court’s Morality Play: The Punishment Lens, Sex, and Abortion, 96 Southern California Law Review 1101 (2023)
– Making Law Practice Technology More Simulation-Based, 20 University of Saint Thomas Law Journal 246 (2024)
– Surrogacy and Contract Law, in Research Handbook on Surrogacy and the Law 207-222 (Katarina Trimmings, Sharon Shakargy & Claire Achmad, eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, 2024)
Litigating Judicial Selection (Cambridge University Press, 2024)
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Yaron Nili
– Independence Reconceived, 2023 Columbia Business Law Review 589 (2023)
Kat Albrecht
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Caitlin Glass
– Race, Racial Bias, and Imputed Liability Murder, 51 Fordham Urban Law Journal 675 (2024)
– Dismantling the Parking Ticket to Bad Bankruptcy Pipeline and its Disparate Impacts on the Black Community, 53 Cumberland Law. Review 347 (2023)
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Chung-Lun Shen
– Destruction, Proportionality, and Sustainability: A Law-and-Economics Analysis, 32 Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal 111 (2024)
Patent Claims (Thomson Reuters, 3d ed., 2022; rev. ed. 2023-2024)
– An Empirical Constitutional Crisis: When Magistrate Judges Exercise De Facto Article III Power, 2023 Michigan State Law Review 195 (2023)
Christopher A. Hartwell
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Barclay James
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Thomas Lindner
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Jakob Müllner
– Populist Politics and International Business Policy: Problems, Practices, and Prescriptions for MNEs and Their Regulators, Journal of International Business Policy (published online Feb. 2, 2024)
– Deepfake 2024: Will Citizens United and Artificial Intelligence Together Destroy Representative Democracy?, 14 Journal of National Security Law & Policy 121 (2023)
– Stakeholder Governance As Governance by Stakeholders, 47 Seattle University Law Review 511 (2024)
Ziya Isiksacan
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Angelo D’Alessandro
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David H. McKenna
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Shannon N. Tessier
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Erdem Kucukal
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A. Aslihan Gokaltun
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Nishaka William
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Rebecca D. Sandlin
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John Bischof
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Narla Mohandas
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Michael P. Busch
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Caglar Elbuken
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Umut A. Gurkan
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Mehmet Toner
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Jason P. Acker
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Martin L. Yarmush
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O. Berk Usta
– Assessment of Stored Red Blood Cells Through Lab-on-a-Chip Technologies for Precision Transfusion Medicine, 120:32 PNAS: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (published online July 26, 2023)
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Giampaolo Frezza
– Burdens of Proof in Establishing Negligence: A Comparative Law and Economics Analysis, 9 Italian Law Journal 77-100 (2023)
Elvira Caterina Parisi
– Rethinking Remedies for the Attention Economy, 31 Research in Law and Economics 75-97 (2023)
– Liability or No Liability? Promoting Safety by Shifting Accident Losses onto Third Parties, 2:3 Journal of Law, Markets and Innovation 16-27 (2023), reprinted in The Grand Strategy of Comparative Law: Into and Beyond Law (Luca Siliquini-Cinelli, Davide Gianti & Mauro Balestrieri, eds., Routledge, forthcoming 2024)
Anne Charbord
– Transitional Justice (Increasingly) Meets Counter-Terrorism, in Research Handbook on Transitional Justice Research 473-490 (Cheryl Lawther & Luke Moffett, eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, 2d. ed., 2023) 
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Richard J. Pierce, Jr.
Administrative Law Treatise (Wolters Kluwer, 6th ed., 2019; 7th ed., 2024)
Alice Guerra
– Second, But Not Last: Competition with Positive Spillovers, Asian Journal of Law & Economics (published online Jan. 3, 2024)
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Jonathan H. Choi
– AI Tools for Lawyers: A Practical Guide, 108 Minnesota Law Review Headnotes 1 (2023)
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Jed Handelsman Shugerman
– January 6, Ambiguously Inciting Speech, and the Over-Acts Rule, 37 Constitutional Commentary 275 (2022)
– The Virtuous Executive, 108 Minnesota Law Review 605 (2023)