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.

– Repairing Democracy: On Lawyers, Trust, and Leadership, in Mark C. Alexander et al., Beyond Imagination?: The January 6 Insurrection (West Academic, 2022)
– Positivism’s Humbugs: Criminology and Its Cranks in Progressive America, in The Limits of Criminological Positivism: The Movement for Criminal Law Reform in the West, 1870-1940 196 (Michele Pifferi, ed., Routledge, 2022)
– Legislative Administration, 2021 Wisconsin Law Review 1231 (2021)
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Elizabeth J. Wilson
– Recognizing the Criminal/Civil Divide in the Use of Energy Data, 72 Florida Law Review Forum 83 (2021)
The America Invents Act: A Guide to Patent Litigation and Patent Procedure (Thomson Reuters, 2021-2022 ed., 2021)
Assets & Finance: Intellectual Property in Mergers and Acquisitions (Thomson Reuters, 2020; rev. ed. 2021)
– Separation of Politics and State in the Aftermath of Donald Trump, 47 Ohio Northern University Law Review 509 (2021)
– Foreword: Nondelegation as Constitutional Symbolism, 89 George Washington Law Review 1079 (2021) 
– Toward a Definition of “Neurolaw”, 15 University of St. Thomas Journal of Law & Public Policy 174 (2021)
– ‘Soft Law’, Informal Lawmaking and ‘New Institutions’ in the Global Counter-Terrorism Architecture, 32 European Journal of International Law 919 (2021)
– The Corrosion Critique of Benefit Corporations, 101 Boston University Law Review 1421 (2021)
– Purpose in Business Association Statutes: Much Ado About Something (But Not Much), in Research Handbook on Corporate Purpose and Personhood (Elizabeth Pollman & Robert B. Thompson, eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021)
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Alice Guerra
– Injurers versus Victims: (A)Symmetric Reactions to Symmetric Risks, B.E. Journal of Theoretical Economics (published online Sept. 28, 2021) 
Martha F. Davis
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Morten Kjaerum
Research Handbook on Human Rights and Poverty (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021) (co-editor)
– Water Provision, Rights, and Poverty in the Context of Sustainable Development Goals, in Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals: Clean Water & Sanitation (Walter Leal Filho et al., eds., Springer, published online Mar. 27, 2021)
– Digital Evidence in Court – Part VIII, 38 (issue 8) Computer & Internet Lawyer 3 (Sept. 2021)
– ABA CEELI/ROLI: Leader of the Rule of Law Movement, in Building the Rule of Law: Firsthand Accounts from a Thirty-Year Global Campaign (James R. Silkenat & Gerold W. Libby, ed., American Bar Association, International Law Section, 2021)
Supriya Bhavnani
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Sean Deoni
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Jed T. Elison
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Damien Fair
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Michael Garwood
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Michael S. Gee
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Sairam Geethanath
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Kendrick Kay
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Kevin O. Lim
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Georgia Lockwood Estrin
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Monica Luciana
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David Peloquin
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Karen Rommelfanger
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Nicoline Schiess
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Khan Siddiqui
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Efraín Torres
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J. Thomas Vaughan
– Emerging Ethical Issues Raised by Highly Portable MRI Research in Remote and Resource-limited International Settings, 238 NeuroImage (2021)
Gary E. Marchant
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Mark Barnes
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Ellen W. Clayton
– Liability Implications of Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing, in Consumer Genetic Technologies: Ethical and Legal Considerations 15-25 (I. Glenn Cohen, Nita A Farahany, Henry T Greely, Carmel Schachar, eds., Cambridge University Press, 2021)
– What Do Americans Want in Their State Judges?, 105 Judicature 48-59 (Spr. 2021)
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Giuseppe Dari-Mattiacci
– Liability Rules: An Economic Taxonomy, in Comparative Tort Law: Global Perspectives 112-132 (Mauro Bussani & Anthony J. Sebok, eds., Edward Elgar, 2d ed., 2021)
– The Ever-Expanding Legislative Supremacy of the Security Council in Counterterrorism, in 9/11 and the Rise of Global Anti-Terrorism Law: How the UN Security Council Rules the World 34-55 (Arianna Vedaschi & Kim Lane Scheppele, eds., Cambridge University Press, 2021)
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Enrico Baffi
– Early Repayment of Loans Under EU Law: The Lexitor Judgment, 7 Italian Law Journal 227 (2021)  
Giuseppe Dari-Mattiacci
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Sander Onderstal
– Asymmetric Solutions to Asymmetric Information Problems, 66 International Review of Law & Economics 1-8 (2021)
– The Contemporary Exercise of Emergency Powers: Reflections on Permanence, Impermanence and Challenging Times, 1 Political Anthropological Research on International Social Sciences (PARISS) 197 (2020)
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David Schulz
– A House Built on Sand: The Constitutional Infirmity of Espionage Act Prosecutions for Leaking to the Press, 19 First Amendment Law Review 153 (2021)
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Kathleen Engel
– Student Loan Reform: Rights Under the Law, Incentives Under Contract, and Mission Failure Under ED, 58 Harvard Journal on Legislation 357 (2021)
Mark David Janis
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Ted M. Sichelman
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John R. Allison
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Christopher Anthony Cotropia
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Dmitry Karshtedt
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Jeffrey A. Lefstin
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Jason Rantanen
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David O. Taylor
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Shine (Sean) Tu
Patent Law: An Open-Source Casebook (Mark D. Janis & Ted Sichelman, exec. eds., Fall 2021) (chapter editor)
– An Overlooked Dimension to OIRA Review of Tax Regulatory Actions, 105 Minnesota Law Review Headnotes 454 (2021)
– The Effects of (Family) Law: Frameworks, Practical Reasoning, Social Norms, Controversy, and Slippage, in The Impact of the Law on Character Formation, Ethical Education, and the Communication of Values in Late Modern Pluralistic Societies 55-66 (John Witte &  Michael Welker, eds., Evangelische Verlagsanstalt, 2021)