Law Faculty Articles and Research

 
Below you may find selected research articles from faculty in the Fowler School of Law.

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Submissions from 2018

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Special International Zones in Practice and Theory, Tom W. Bell

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Introduction to Constraining the Executive, Tom Campbell

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Bike Lines, Not Cars: Mobility and the Legal Fight for Future Los Angeles, Ernesto Hernandez-Lopez

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Sustainable Food and the Constitution, Ernesto Hernández-López

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Constitutional Clause Aggregation and the Marijuana Crimes, Scott W. Howe

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Pride & Property: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Their Symbiotic Relationship, Donald J. Kochan

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Public Lands: Pride, Place, Proximity & Power, Donald J. Kochan

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The Commenting Power: Agency Accountability through Public Participation, Donald J. Kochan

When Inquiring Minds Ought to Know…, Part II, Donald J. Kochan

Double Taxation Convention in the Case Law of the CJEU, Michael Lang

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Race, Speech, and Sports, Matthew J. Parlow

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The Trespass/Nuisance Divide and the Law of Easements, Kenneth A. Stahl

Submissions from 2017

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The Jewel in the Crown: Can India’s Strict Liability Doctrine Deepen Our Understanding of Tort Law Theory, Deepa Badrinarayana

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The Right Right to Environmental Protection: What We Can Discern from the American and Indian Constitutional Experience, Deepa Badrinarayana

The Unfinished Business of the Armenian Genocide: Armenian Restitution in American Courts, Michael J. Bazyler and Rajika L. Shah

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Some Rough Historical Parallels Between South Africa and the United States, Denis Binder

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The Nature of Extreme Natural Risks in the Natural Environment, Denis Binder

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Executive Action and Nonaction, Tom Campbell

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Pride and Prejudice in U.S. Trade, Lan Cao

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For the Greater Good: The Subordination of Reproductive Freedom to State Interests in the United States and China, Marisa S. Cianciarulo

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Live by the Executive Pen, Die by the Executive Pen?, John C. Eastman

The Power to Control Immigration is a Core Aspect of Sovereignty, John C. Eastman

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The President’s Pen and the Bureaucrat’s Fiefdom, John C. Eastman

Deference and Fiction: Reforming Chevron’s Legal Fictions after King v. Burwell, Kurt Eggert

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Food, Animals, and the Constitution: California Bans on Pork, Foie Gras, Shark Fins, and Eggs, Ernesto Hernandez-Lopez

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On Race and Persuasion, Janine Young Kim

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I Share, Therefore It’s Mine, Donald J. Kochan

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Playing with Real Property Inside Augmented Reality: Pokemon Go, Trespass, and Law’s Limitations, Donald J. Kochan

When Inquiring Minds Ought to Know, Donald J. Kochan

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Beyond Fitbit: A Critical Appraisal of Optical Heart Rate Monitoring Wearables and Apps, Their Current Limitations and Legal Implications, Michael Lang

Disclosing Audit Risk to Taxpayers, Michael B. Lang

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Healthy Zoning, Matthew J. Parlow

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The Curious Case of the Bradley Center, Matthew J. Parlow

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Compulsion, Lawrence Rosenthal

Preemption, Federalism, and Local Democracy, Kenneth A. Stahl

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The Challenge of Inclusion, Kenneth A. Stahl

Submissions from 2016

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The Holocaust at Nuremberg: What the Record Reveals, Michael Bazyler

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Copyrights, Privacy, and the Blockchain, Tom W. Bell

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Special Economic Zones in the United States: From Colonial Charters, to Foreign-Trade Zones, Towards USSEZs, Tom W. Bell

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A Tort Perspective on Cyberbullying, Denis Binder

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Can We Secure the Hallowed Halls of Academe?, Denis Binder

The Increasing Application of Criminal Law in Disasters and Tragedies: A Global Phenomenon, Denis Binder

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The Increasing Application of Criminal Law in Disasters and Tragedies: A Global Phenomenon, Denis Binder

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Currency Wars and the Erosion of Dollar Hegemony, Lan Cao

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The Hate Exclusion: Moral Tax Equity for Damages Received on Account of Race, Sex, or Sexual Orientation Discrimination Published:, Bobby Dexter

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No Free Lunch, but Dinner and a Movie (And Contraceptives for Dessert)?, John C. Eastman

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Why Patent Exhaustion Should Liberate Products (and Not Just People), Samuel F. Ernst

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Moving Beyond Miranda: Concessions for Confessions, Scott Howe

Deeds and the Determinacy Norm: Insights from Brandt and Other Cases on an Undesignated, Yet Ever-Present, Interpretive Method, Donald J. Kochan

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Incumbent Landscapes, Disruptive Uses: Perspectives on Marijuana-Related Land Use Control, Donald J. Kochan

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The Progression and Evolution of International Law Scholarship over the Past 50 Years: Some Quantitative Observations, Donald J. Kochan

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Virtual Liquid Networks and Other Guiding Principles for Optimizing Future Student-Edited Law Review Platforms, Donald J. Kochan

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We Should Not Rely on Commercial Bar Reviews to Do Our Job: Why Labor-Intensive Comprehensive Bar Examination Preparation Can and Should Be a Part of the Law School Mission, Mario Maneiro

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Ethical and Effective Representation of Unaccompanied Immigrant Minors in Domestic Violence-Based Asylum Cases, Julie Marzouk

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One Size Does Not Fit All: The Deterrent Effect of Transferring Juveniles to Criminal Court, Richard E. Redding

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The Counterintuitive Costs and Benefits of Clinical Legal Education, Richard E. Redding

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Compulsion, Lawrence Rosenthal

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Good and Bad Ways to Address Police Violence, Lawrence Rosenthal

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Vertical Federalism, the New States’ Rights, and the Wisdom of Crowds, Ronald D. Rotunda

Design Is the Source of Variation; Selection Is the Filter, Vernon Smith

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The Challenge of Inclusion, Kenneth Stahl

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Local Home Rule in the Time of Globalization, Kenneth A. Stahl

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Preemption, Federalism, and Local Democracy, Kenneth A. Stahl

Submissions from 2015

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“Gatting” the New Climate Treaty Right: Leveraging Energy Subsidies to Promote Multilateralism, Deepa Badrinarayana

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Copyright Porn Trolls, Wasting Taxi Medallions, and Propriety of 'Property', Tom W. Bell

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Unconstitutional Quartering, Governmental Immunity, and Van Halen’s Brown M&M Test, Tom W. Bell

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Response, The E-Books Conspiracy: Crossing the Line Between Applying and Creating Law, Tom Campbell

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The E-Books Conspiracy: Crossing the Line Between Applying and Creating Law, Tom Campbell

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Seventeen Years Since the Sunset: The Expiration of 245(i) and Its Effect on U.S. Citizens Married to Undocumented Immigrants, Marisa Silenzi Chianchiarulo

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Cheating Marriage: A Tragedy in Three Acts, John C. Eastman

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Patent Exhaustion for the Exhausted Defendant: Should Parties be Able to Contract Around Patent Exhaustion in Settling Patent Litigation?, Samuel F. Ernst

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The Lost Precedent of the Reverse Doctrine of Equivalents, Samuel F. Ernst

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Trolls or Toll-Takers: Do Intellectual Property Non-Practicing Entities Add Value to Society?, Samuel F. Ernst

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The Implications of Incorporating the Eighth Amendment Prohibition on Excessive Bail, Scott Howe

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The Perilous Psychology of Public Defending, Scott Howe

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Bubbles (Or, Some Reflections on the Basic Laws of Human Relations), Donald J. Kochan

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Constituencies and Contemporaneousness in Reason-Giving: Thoughts and Direction After T-Mobile, Donald J. Kochan

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The (Not So Dire) Future of the Necessary and Proper Power after National Federal of Independent Business v. Sebelius, Celestine Richards McConnville

Direct Democracy as a Legislative Act, Henry S. Noyes

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The Limits of Second Amendment Originalism and the Constitutional Case for Gun Control, Lawrence Rosenthal

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The Statement and Account Clause as a National Security Freedom of Information Act, Lawrence Rosenthal

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Book Review, The Once and Future King: The Rise of Crown Government in America, Ronald D. Rotunda

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O Direito De Dissidência E a Dívida Dos Estados Unidos Com Heródoto E Tucídides (The Right of Dissent and America’s Debt to Herodotus and Thucydides), Ronald D. Rotunda

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The Right of Dissent and America’s Debt to Herodotus and Thucydides, Ronald D. Rotunda

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The Right of Dissent and America’s Debt to Herodotus and Thucydides, Ronald D. Rotunda

Submissions from 2014

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Local Government, "One Person, One Vote," and the Jewish Question, Kenneth Stahl

Submissions from 2013

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India's State of Legal Education: The Road from NLSIU to Jindal, Deepa Badrinarayana

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From "Plyler" to "Arizona": Have the Courts Forgotten About "Corfield v Coryell"?, John C. Eastman

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Applying the Revised ABA Model Rules in the Age of the Internet: The Problem of Metadata, Ronald D. Rotunda

Submissions from 2012

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Papers, Please: Does the Constitution Permit the States a Role In Immigration Enforcement?, John C. Eastman

Submissions from 2011

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Constitutionalizing Judicial Ethics: Judicial Elections after Republican Party v. White, Caperton, and Citizens United, Ronald D. Rotunda

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Resolving Client Conflicts by Hiring “Conflicts Counsel", Ronald D. Rotunda

Submissions from 2010

Chabad v. Russian Federation: A Case Study in the Use of American Courts to Recover Looted Cultural Property, Michael J. Bazyler and Seth M. Gerber

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Debate on Birthright Citizenship, John C. Eastman

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Reflections on Justice Thomas's Twenty Years on the Bench, John C. Eastman

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Codifying Caperton v. A.T. Massey Coal Co., Ronald D. Rotunda

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Judicial Disqualification in the Aftermath of Caperton v. A.T. Massey Coal Co., Ronald D. Rotunda

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Judicial Transparency, Judicial Ethics, and a Judicial Solution: An Inspector General for the Courts, Ronald D. Rotunda

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The Intellectual Forebears of Citizens United, Ronald D. Rotunda

Submissions from 2009

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The Roberts Court and Federalism, Paul D. Clement, Walter E. Dellinger III, John C. Eastman, and Rosen Jeffrey