Recent books, book chapters, and journal articles published by the University of Minnesota Law School faculty.
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– The Complexity of Sexual Violence, Birthing, and Status After the Fall of the Caliphate, in Challenging Conceptions: Children Born of Wartime Rape and Sexual Exploitation 199-216 (Kimberly Theidon, Dyan Mazurana & Dipali Anumol, eds., Oxford University Press, 2023)
– The Limits of Law and the Value of Rights in Addressing Terrorism: A Study of the UN Counterterrorism Architecture, in Between Crime and War: Hybrid Legal Frameworks for Asymmetric Conflict 45-62 (Jens David Ohlin, Claire Finkelstein, Christopher J. Fuller & Mitt Regan, eds., Oxford University Press, 2022)
– Objectivity, Conventions, and the Possibility of Universal Error, in Without Trimmings: The Legal, Moral, and Political Philosophy of Matthew Kramer 113-124 (Mark McBride & Visa AJ Kurki, eds. Oxford University Press, 2022)
– The Collaboration of the Intellectuals: Legal Academia and the Third Reich, in Collaboration in Authoritarian and Armed Conflict Settings 179 (Juan Espindola & Leigh A. Payne, eds., Oxford University Press, 2022)
– Applying Administrative Law in Tax Cases, Effectively Representing Your Client Before the IRS: A Practical Manual for the Tax Practitioner with Sample Correspondence and Forms (American Bar Association, Section of Taxation, 8th ed., 2021)
– State Ownership and Project Financing, in The Oxford Handbook of State Capitalism and the Firm (Mike Wright, Geoffrey T. Wood, Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra, Pei Sun, Ilya Okhmatovskiy & Anna Grosman, eds., Oxford University Press, 2022)