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.

Benjamin C. Silverman
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Patrick Monette
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Sara Kimble
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Scott L. Rauch
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Justin T. Baker
– An Ethics Checklist for Digital Health Research in Psychiatry: Viewpoint, 24(2) Journal of Medical Internet Research e31146 (2022)
Alice Guerra
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Daniel Pi
– Liability for Robots I: Legal Challenges, 18 Journal of Institutional Economics 331-343 (2022)
Alice Guerra
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Daniel Pi
–  Liability for Robots II: An Economic Analysis,  Journal of Institutional Economics (published online Nov. 2021)
Alice Guerra
– Investing in Private Evidence: The Effect of Adversarial Discovery, 13  Journal of Legal Analysis 657–671 (2021)
Claire O. Finkelstein
– Restoring the Rule of Law through Department of Justice Reform, in Overcoming Trumpery: How to Restore Ethics, the Rule of Law, and Democracy (Norman Eisen, ed., Brookings Institution Press, 2022)
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Christopher L. Peterson
– Public Compensation for Public Enforcement, 39 Yale Journal on Regulation 61 (2022)
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Will Stancil
– Neo-Segregation in Minnesota, 40 Minnesota Journal of Law & Inequality 1 (2022)
Alice Guerra
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Barbara Luppi
– Do Presumptions of Negligence Incentivize Optimal Precautions?, European Journal of Law and Economics (published online Apr. 6, 2022)
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Will Stancil
– Challenging Fair Housing Revisionism, 2 North Carolina Civil Rights Law Review 32 (2022)
Eleanor Brown
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Naomi Cahn
– Fertility, Immigration, and Public Support for Parenting, 90 Fordham Law Review 2485 (2022)
– The Moral Obligation to Perform Contracts: Some Preliminary Thoughts, 15 Problema anuario de filosofía y teoría del derecho 7-28 (2021)
– Coercion, Function, and the “Why” of Law: Comments on Kenneth Einar Himma’s Coercion and the Nature of Law, 45 Revus. Journal for Constitutional Theory and Philosophy of Law/Revija za ustavno teorijo in filozofijo prava (2021)
– Board Diversity: A Response to Professor Fried, 27 Stanford Journal of Law, Business & Finance 173 (2022)
– Covid Concerns: Some Realism About Equitable Relief, 85 Law and Contemporary Problems 37 (2022)
Warren Cormack
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Joseph Graen
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Jennifer Novo
Quasi-Professional Negligence: A New Standard of Care for Volunteer Youth Sports Coaches, 20 Virginia Sports and Entertainment Law Journal 127 (2021)
Naomi Cahn
– Nonmarital Norms, in Exploring Norms and Family Laws across the Globe (Melissa L. Breger, ed., Lexington Books, 2022)
– Manufacturing Statelessness, 116 American Journal of International Law 237 (2022)
– Extraterritorial Damages in Copyright Law, 74 Florida Law Review 123 (2022)
Brad N. Greenwood
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Gordon Burtch
– Who Watches the Watchmen: Evidence of the Effect of Body-Worn Cameras on New York City Policing, 38  Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 161 (2022) 
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Leslie Bellwood
– Proposed Guidelines for Arbitral Disclosure of Social Media Activity, 23 Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution 1 (2022)
Sabine Gless
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Arlie Loughnan
– Imputation of Responsibility and Intoxicated Offending, in Core Concepts in Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, vol. II 95 (Kai Ambos et al., eds., Cambridge University Press, 2022)
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Rebecca Wilton
– Local Power, 75 Vanderbilt Law Review 93 (2022)
– Promoting Patent Practitioner Diversity: Expanding Non-JD Pathways and Removing Barriers, 24 Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law 57 (2022)
– Constitutionalized Human Rights Law in South Africa: Does It Help Refugees and Asylum-Seekers?, 53 George Washington International Law Review 177 (2021)
– Rules of Medical Necessity, 107 Iowa Law Review 423 (2022)
Naomi Cahn
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Nancy Levit
– The Instrumental Case for Corporate Diversity, 40 Law & Inequality 117 (2022)
Andrea A. Curcio
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Eileen Kaufman
– A Merritt-Orious Path for Lawyer Licensing, 82 Ohio State Law Journal 883 (2021)
– Closing the Accountability Gap in Corporate Supply Chains for Violations of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act, 6 Business and Human Rights Journal 449 (2021)
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Cooper Christiancy
– Reclaiming the Human Rights Foundations of the UN Standards of Conduct for Business on Tackling Discrimination against LGBTI People, 7 Business and Human Rights Journal 134 (2022)
– Board Diversity: People or Pathways?, 85 Law and Contemporary Problems 168 (2022)