BOOKS Sherri Burr, ENTERTAINMENT LAW– CASES ANDMATERIALS IN ESTABLISHED AND EMERGINGMEDIA.
Robert Desiderio, PLANNING TAX-EX- EMPT ORGANIZATIONS (revision). NOT- FOR-PROFIT CORPORATIONS VOL. 19, Rabkin & Johnson, Current Legal Forms with Tax Analysis.
Emlen Hall, et al., REINING IN THE RIOGRANDE: PEOPLE, LAND, AND WATER.
Nathalie Martin and Ocean Tama (`07), INSIDE BANKRUPTCY LAW: WHAT MATTERS AND WHY. (2ND
Nathalie Martin, THEGLANNON GUIDE TO BANKRUPTCY: LEARNING BANKRUPTCY THROUGH MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS AND ANALYSIS. (3RD
Nathalie Martin and Frederick Hart, SECURED TRANSACTIONS. (2ND
Jennifer Moore, et al., REFUGEE LAW AND POLICY: A COMPARATIVE AND IN- TERNATIONAL APPROACH. (4TH
Kevin Washburn, THE LAW OFGAMING AND GAMBLING.
Marsha Baum, Room on the Ark?: The Symbolic Nature of U.S. Pet Evac- uation Statutes for Nonhuman Animals, in CONSIDERING ANIMALS: CONTEMPO- RARY STUDIES IN HUMAN-ANIMAL RE- LATIONS. (Carol Freeman et al, eds.)
Margaret Montoya,Masks and Accul- turation, in THE LATINO/A CONDITION: A CRITICAL READER. (Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic eds., 2nd
Kevin Washburn, Restoring the Grand Jury, in GRAND JURY 2.0: MODERN PER- SPECTIVES ON THE GRAND JURY. (Roger Anthony Fairfax Jr. ed.)
Reed Benson, New Adventures of the Old Bureau: Modern-Day Reclamation Statutes and Congress’ Unfinished En- vironmental Business, 48 HARV. J. ON LEGIS. 137; Environmental Review of Western Water Project Operations: Where NEPA Has Not Applied, Will It Now Protect Farmers from Fish, 29 UCLA J. ENVTL. L. & POL’Y 269.
Barbara Blumenfeld, Can Havruta Style Learning Be a Best Practice in Law School?, 18 WILLAMETTE J. INT’L L. & DISP. RESOL. 109; Teach- ing, Thinking, and the Legal Creative Process, 38 L. TEACHER 3 (2011); Legal Writing is a Creative Endeavor, NEW MEXICO LAWYER, Vol 6, No. 3.
Camille Carey, Correcting Myopia in Domestic Violence Advocacy: Moving Forward in Lawyering and Law School Clinics, 21 COLUM. J. GENDER & L. 220.
Barbara Creel, Tribal Court Convictions and the Federal Sentencing Guidelines: Respect for Tribal Courts and Tribal People in Federal Sentencing, 46 U. SAN FRANCISCO L. REV. 37.
Denise Fort, Groundwater Policy in the Western United States, 47 IDAHO L. REV. 325 (co-author); Too Hot to Handle: Climate Change and Agricul- tural Water Use, INT’L J. RURAL L. AND POL’Y (Special Edition –Water Law: Through the Lens of Conflict).
Steven Homer, Sexual Orientation and the Law: A Research Bibliography. (Contributing Editor)
April Land, “Lawyering Beyond” With- out Leaving Individual Clients Behind, 18 CLINICAL L. REV. 47.
Nathalie Martin, Regulating Payday Loans: Why This Should Make the CFPB’s Short List, 2 HARV. BUS. L. REV. ONLINE 44. She is a regular con- tributor at CreditSlips, an online dis- cussion of credit, finance and bank- ruptcy.
Carol Parker, Tenure Advice for Law Li- brarians and Their Directors, 103 LAW LIBR. J. 199; How Law Schools Benefit When Librarians Publish, Teach, and Hold Faculty Status, LEGAL REFERENCE SERVICES QUARTERLY, Vol. 30, Issue 3.
Dawinder “Dave” Sidhu, A Crisis of Confidence and Legal Theory: Why the Economic Downturn Should Help Signal the End of the Doctrine of Efficient Breach, 24 GEO. J. LEGAL ETHICS 357; Response Essay: Temporal Variance, Hockey, and the Wartime Constitution, 100 GEO. L. J. ONLINE 1.
Kevin Washburn, Elena Kagan and the Miracle at Harvard, 61 J. LEGAL EDUC. 67.
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