Nadine Strossen’s forthcoming book, HATE: Why We Should Resist It With Free Speech, Not Censorship (Oxford University Press, 2018), received a glowing review by Ronald Collins on the legal blog Concurring Opinions. Read the review here.
Richard Sherwin’s paper, “Vico’s Providence Today,” recently appeared in the SSRN top 10 downloads for multiple lists online.
Michael Perlin’s article with Naomi Weinstein ’10, “‘Who’s Pretending to Care for Him?’ How the Endless Jail-to-Hospital-to-Street-Repeat Cycle Deprives Persons with Mental Disabilities the Right to Continuity of Care,” will be published in an upcoming issue of the Wake Forest Journal of Law & Policy. On August 28 and 29, he conducted a seminar for the Georgia Office of Forensic Mental Health and presented on therapeutic jurisprudence, criminal competency, forensic report writing, the insanity defense, mental health courts, the death penalty, and the application of international human rights law to forensic facilities. On September 8 and 9, he presented a paper and a keynote at a conference co-sponsored by the National Association of Rights Protection and Advocacy and Disability Rights Maine.
Ruti Teitel contributed a chapter to a law book in Spanish, which was published this month. The book was edited by the law faculty of Universidad de Chile (University of Chile). The book’s title translates to “The Triumph of Human Rights,” and Ruti’s chapter translates to “Transitional Justice and the Peace Process in Colombia.” Read it here.
Gerald Korngold authored an article titled “A New Framework for Achieving Free Expression and Speech in the Evolving and Reconceptualized Shopping Mall of the Twenty-first Century” that will be published in volume 68 of the Case Western Reserve Law Review.
Alan Appel article “Hiding the Ball—Transparency, Tax Law and the U.S. as the World’s Favorite Tax Haven” – 75th NYU Institute on Federal Taxation (August 2017)
The third edition of Michael Perlin’s casebook titled Mental Disability Law: Cases And Materials (Carolina Academic Press) has been published.
Art Leonard had three articles published in Gay City News titled “LGBTQ Legal Groups On the Offensive,” “Court Must Decide If Gavin Grimm’s Case Is Moot,” and, “Anonymity Accorded for Legal Name, Gender Changes.”
Deborah Archer and Tamara Belinfanti’s article “We Built it and They Did Not Come: Using New Governance Theory in the Fight for Food Justice in Low-Income Communities of Color” was on SSRN’s Top Ten Download list for “Nutrition and Food” and for “Politics of Race.”
Michael Perlin and Heather Cucolo ’03 book mentioned “US Supreme Court to Decide Karsjens v. Piper: Part 2 of 2” — Sexual Abuse ATSA blog (8/8)
Ari Waldman’s paper, “Designing Without Privacy,” was recently selected to be included in the inaugural Junior Faculty Forum for Law and STEM at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
Lloyd Bonfield published Selden Society volume (130), the Reports of Sir Peter King, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas 1714-1722.
Art Leonard published “How Is the North Carolina HB2 Repeal a Compromise?” in Gay City News
Jacob Sherkow published an article, “CRISPR, surrogate licensing, and scientific discovery” in the journal Science.
Rebecca Roiphe’s article, “The Duty to Charge in Police Use of Excessive Force Cases,” is out in the Cleveland State Law Review (65 Cleveland St. L. Rev. 503 (2017)).
Lisa Grumet’s article “Promoting Justice from the Inside: The Counseling Role of Local Government and School District Attorneys,” from the Impact Center for Public Interest Law’s 2016 IMPACT journal, was assigned reading for New York City Social Justice Fellows in connection with their meeting with Paul Rodriguez, Acting Counsel to Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Michael Perlin’s book review of Legal Insanity and the Brain: Science, Law and European Courts (Sofia Moratti & Dennis Patterson, eds. 2016), with Alison, will be published in Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books, a website that is a joint venture of Rutgers Law School and the Rutgers School of Criminal Justice (URL not yet available).
Michael Perlin has submitted the 2018 update version of his Treatise, Mental Disability Law: Civil and Criminal (3d ed.) (Lexis Law Publishing), co-authored with Heather Ellis Cucolo ’03. Publication expected this fall.
Michael Perlin’s article with Alison Lynch ’13, M.A., ’15 “‘Toiling in the Danger and in the Morals of Despair:’ Risk, Security, Danger, the Constitution, and the Clinician’s Dilemma” has been published at 5 Indiana J. L. & Soc’l Equality 409 (2017).
Michael Perlin’s book with Naomi Weinstein ’09 “‘Said I, But You Have No Choice’: Why a Lawyer Must Ethically Honor a Client’s Decision about Mental Health Treatment Even if It Is Not What S/he Would Have Chosen,” has been published at 15 Cardozo Public L., Pol’y & Ethics J. 73 (2016-2017).
Michael Perlin’s article (also with Heather), “Promoting Dignity and Preventing Shame and Humiliation by Improving the Quality and Education of Attorneys in Sexually Violent Predator (SVP) Civil Commitment Cases,” was published in the Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy. (2017)
Heather Ellis Cucolo ‘03 and Michael Perlin’s paper, “ ‘Tolling For the Aching Ones Whose Wounds Cannot Be Nursed’: The Marginalization of Racial Minorities and Women in Institutional Mental Disability Law,” was published in the Journal of Gender, Race & Justice. (2017)
Michael Perlin’s chapter, “The Insanity Defense: Nine Myths That Will Not Go Away,” has been published in The Insanity Defense: Multidisciplinary Views On Its History, Trends, And Controversies 1 (Prof. Mark D. White, ed.; Praeger, 2017).
Michael Perlin’s book (with Adjunct Professor Heather Ellis Cucolo ‘03), Shaming The Constitution: The Detrimental Results Of Sexual Violent Predator Legislation, has just been published by Temple University Press.
Michael Perlin’s article “ ‘God Said to Abraham/Kill Me a Son’: Why the Insanity Defense and the Incompetency Status Are Compatible with and Required by the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and Basic Principles of Therapeutic Jurisprudence,” is being published at 54 AM. CRIM. L. REV. 479 (2017).
Ronald Filler co-authored an article on “Will the Recent Supreme Court Case in Salman Result in More CFTC Enforcement Actions Charging Insider Trading?” which was published in the March 2017 Issue of the Futures & Derivatives Law Review Journal.
Deborah Archer’s article “A Divergence of Values: The Importance of Student Selection Decisions in Law School Clinics” will be published in the Clinical Law Review.
Art Leonard’s article, “Trump Action on Transgender Students Carries Contradictions” was published in Gay City News.
Art Leonard’s article, “Co-Mom Loses Out Due to State’s Past Discrimination” was published in Gay City News.
David Schoenbrod’s column, “To have a better, more honest Congress, change its incentives” was published in The Hill.
Anthony Crowell co-authored a book chapter entitled Genius Loci: How Place Can Guide Strategic Planning That Enhances Student Engagement. The chapter will be part of a forthcoming book, entitled Experiential Education in the Law School Curriculum, to be published by Carolina Academic Press this spring.
Jacob Sherkow’s column, “A Heart-Stopping Patent Injunction Stay For Sanofi” was published in Forbes Magazine.
Art Leonard’s article, “How Texas Governor Hopes to Undo Marriage Equality” was published by Gay City News.
Art Leonard’s article was published “Trans Employee Can Sue If Surgery Benefits Refused” in Gay City News.
Ari Waldman’s column, “Donald Trump and Steve Bannon need angry young men. They’re using Gamergate culture to get them” was published in Quartz.
Art Leonard’s articles “Gay Employment Bias Goes Before Full Seventh Circuit,” “Discriminatory Birth Certificate Laws Upheld in Arkansas,” and “In Indiana, County Clerk Can’t Refuse to Issue License” were published in Gay City News.
Art Leonard’s articles “College Wrestler’s HIV Conviction Thrown Out,” “San Antonio 4 Win Declaration of Innocence” and “New Year’s Eve, 11th Hour Assault on Transgender Health” were published in Gay City News.