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Recent Faculty Publications & Presentations


Anderson
Cheryl Anderson
Professor of Law

"Unification of Standards in Discrimination Law: The Conundrum of Causation and Reasonable Accommodation under the ADA," 82 Miss. L. J. 67 (2013).

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Behan
Chris Behan
Associate Professor of Law

Evidence and the Advocate: A Contextual Approach to Learning Evidence. New York: LexisNexis/Matthew Bender, 2012. 695 p.

Presentations
Behan served on a panel at the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary Annual Conference in Santa Fe, NM. The panel's topic was "The Response Movie"–Combatant Status Review Tribunals and the Protections Offered by the Rules of Evidence."

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Beyler
Keith Beyler
Professor of Law

"Illinois Venue Reform: Not Tort Reform Rants," was accepted for publication in the Illinois Judicial Symposium issue of the Loyola University Chicago Law Journal.

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Buys
Cindy Buys
Professor of Law and Director of International Programs

"Movsesian v. Victoria Versicherung and the Scope of the President's Foreign Affairs Power to Preempt Words." 32 Northern Illinois University Law Journal 205-235 (2012) (with Grant Gorman).

"Can Corporations Be Held Liable for International Torts under the Alien Tort Statute?" 49 The Globe (Newsletter of ISBA Section on International & Immigration Law) 1-3 (October 2011).

Presentations
Buys and third-year law student, Jesse Armijo, presented a continuing legal education program on "Cross-Cultural Communication" at the Illinois State Bar Association Small Firm and Solo Conference.

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Camero
Jennifer Camero
Assistant Professor of Law

"Two Too Many: Third Party Beneficiaries of Warranties Under the Uniform Commercial Code." 86 St. John's Law Review (2012) [IN PRESS].

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Dervan
Lucian Dervan
Assistant Professor of Law

"Different Crime, Different Time: The Prison Experiences of White Collar Criminals," in Experiencing Prison, edited by Diana Medlicott and Rob Fisher. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2012 (forthcoming).

"Investigating and Prosecuting White-Collar Crime," in Oxford Handbook of White-Collar Crime, edited by Neal Shover and Shanna R. Van Slyke. Oxford University Press, 2012 (forthcoming) (with Ellen S. Podgor).

"Global Bribery: The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the UK Bribery Act," in Internal Investigations, edited by Markus Ruebenstahl. Heidelberg: C.F. Muller Verlag, 2012 (forthcoming) (with Markus Ruebenstahl).

"International White Collar Crime and the Globalization of Internal Investigations." Fordham Urban Law Journal (2012) (IN PRESS).

“Bargained Justice: Plea Bargaining’s Innocence Problem and the Brady Safety-Valve.” 2012 Utah Law Review 51-97.

"The Surprising Lessons from Plea Bargaining in the Shadow of Terror." 27 Georgia State University Law Review 239-298 (2011).

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Drennan
William Drennan
Associate Professor of Law

"Taxing Commercial Sponsorships of College Athletics: A Balanced Proposal" has been accepted for publication by the Ohio State Law Journal.

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Erbes
John Erbes
Director of Clinical and Experiential Education and Assistant Professor of Law

Presentations
"Legal Considerations for Persons with Alzheimer's Disease and their Families," Regional Alzheimer's Conference, sponsored by the University of Illinois Continuing Education Institute.

"Who Can You Talk to & When Can You Insist on Being Present," 27th Annual Illinois Public Sector Labor Relations Law Conference, Chicago Kent Law School.

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Fountaine
Cynthia Fountaine
Dean and Professor of Law

Presentations
Fountaine served as co-chair and moderator of the panel, "Cutting Edge Issues in Public and Private International Law," at the ABA Section on International Law Fall Meeting.

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Houdek
Frank Houdek
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law

AALL Reference Book: A Compendium of Facts, Figures, and Historical Information About the American Association of Law Libraries

"AALL History in Brief: A Chronology," in AALL Membership Directory 2011–2012, at 15-37, 51st ed. (Chicago: American Association of Law Libraries, 2011).

Presentations
Speaker, Cooperstown Symposium on Baseball and American Culture, "Separating Folklore and Myths from Reality: Searching for the Truth" (with Ed Edmonds), Cooperstown, New York.

Speaker, NINE Spring Training Conference on the Historical and Sociological Impact of Baseball, “Lawyers in Baseball: A Top Ten List” (with Ed Edmonds), Tempe, Arizona (March15, 2012).



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Twinette Johnson
Twinette Johnson
Assistant Professor of Law

Presentations
Johnson, along with Sue Liemer spoke at a workshop for experienced academic support professionals that explored Beyond IRAC: The Cognitive and Emotional Aspects of Law Study and Practice. The workshop was sponsored by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) and took place at the University of Memphis. They led the ending plenary session on Curricular Reform Efforts that Support Outcome Measurements.

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Koehler
Mike Koehler
Assistant Professor of Law

“FCPA Actions Concentrated Among Few Companies, Events: Study” Wall Street Journal (CFO Journal)

"What Percentage of DOJ FCPA Losses Is Acceptable." 90Criminal Law Reporter 823 (March 21, 2012). [available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2027461]

"2011 Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Year in Review: Scrutiny, Reform, and Individual Prosecutions Are Key Issues." 7 White Collar Crime Report 80 (January 27, 2012). [available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1992616]

"Big, Bold, and Bizarre: The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Enters a New Era." 43 University of Toledo Law Review 99-149 (2011).

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Liemer
Sue Liemer
Lawyering Skills Director and Professor of Law

Presentations
Liemer, along with Twinette Johnson, spoke at a workshop for experienced academic support professionals that explored Beyond IRAC: The Cognitive and Emotional Aspects of Law Study and Practice. The workshop was sponsored by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) and took place at the University of Memphis. They led the ending plenary session on Curricular Reform Efforts that Support Outcome Measurements.

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Lind
Douglas Lind
Library Director and Associate Professor

Lind published a book entitled, Review of Habeas Corpus: From England to Empire, by Paul D. Halliday. 19 LH&RB (Newsletter of the Legal History & Rare Books Special Interest Section of the American Association of Law Libraries) 51-52 (Spring 2013).

Lincoln’s Suspension of Habeas Corpus: The Pamphlet Literature and Congressional Debate Published: Buffalo; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2012

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Lindsey
Hokulei Lindsey
Assistant Professor of Law

Lindsey published a book entitled, Hawaiian Native Title: Restoring Legitimacy to Hawai'i's Crown and Government Lands.

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Steven J. Macias
Assistant Professor of Law

"Jurisprudence in Early America, 1750–1850." In A Companion to American Legal History, edited by Sally Hadden & Alfred L. Brophy. Malden, Mass.: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012 [IN PRESS].

"Adolescent Identity v. the First Amendment: Sexuality and Speech Rights in the Public Schools." 49 San Diego Law Review (2012) [IN PRESS].

Review of Ellen Holmes Pearson, Remaking Custom: Law and Identity in the Early American Republic (2011). 62 Journal of Legal Education (2012) [IN PRESS].

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Marlow
Melissa Marlow
Clinical Professor

"Law Faculties: Moving Beyond Operating as Independent Contractors to Form Communities of Teachers." 38 Ohio Northern Law Review 243-255 (2011).

Presentations
Marlow presented "It Takes a Village: Forming Communities of Law Teachers," at the Legal Writing Institute National Conference.

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McCubbin
Patricia McCubbin
Professor of Law

Presentations
McCubbin spoke on a panel at the American Bar Association's Annual Environmental Law Conference in March, 2012. She spoke about recent cases on Article III standing and on 5th Amendment takings in the environmental context.

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Mekel
Michele Mekel
Assistant Professor of Law

"Putting Theory into Practice: Thoughts from the Trenches on Developing a Doctrinally Integrated Semester-in-Practice Program in Health Law and Policy" is slated to appear in an upcoming, special issue of the Indiana Health Law Review dedicated to health law education innovation.

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Munson
Valerie Munson
Clinical Assistant Professor

"Shouting Across the Great Divides: Legal Education in the 21st Century" was pub-lished as letter to the editor of the Illinois Bar Journal.

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Noble-Allgire
Alice Noble-Allgire
Professor of Law

"Reinvigorating the 1L Curriculum: Sequenced 'Writing Across the Curriculum' Assignments as the Foundation for Producing Practice-Ready Law Graduates." 36 Southern Illinois University Law Journal 287-315 (2012) (with Suzanne J. Schmitz).

"High Water in the Nation's Breadbasket—A Takings Analysis of the Government's Response to the Mississippi River's Great Flood of 2011." 26 Probate and Property 28 (Jan./Feb. 2012) (with Brian Lee).

"Probate & Property Turns 25: A Look Back on a Quarter-Century of Death and Dirt." 26 Probate and Property 10-13 (Jan./Feb. 2012) (with Amy Oxley and William Drennan).

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Schmitz
Suzanne Schmitz
Adjunct Professor

"Reinvigorating the 1L Curriculum: Sequenced 'Writing Across the Curriculum' Assignments as the Foundation for Producing Practice-Ready Law Graduates." 36 Southern Illinois University Law Journal 287-315 (2012) (with Alice M. Noble-Allgire).

"Carter: A Victory for Consumer Arbitration in Illinois," with W. Eugene Basanta, 99 Illinois Bar Journal 88-91 (2011).

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Schroeder
William Schroeder
Professor of Law

"Federal Habeas Review of State Prisoner Claims Based on Alleged Violations of Prophylactic Rules of Constitutional Criminal Procedure: Reviewing and Extending Stone v. Powell." 60 Kansas Law Review 231 (2011).

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Schultz
Mark Schultz
Associate Professor of Law and Director of Faculty Development

Presentations
Schultz participated in a debate at Stanford University Law School entitled "Intellectual Property and Individual Liberty: Friends or Foes."

Schultz presented his paper "Intellectual Property and Liberty" at the Drake University Law School Fifth Annual IP Scholars Roundtable.

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Wright
Nolan Wright
Reference Librarian and Assistant Professor

"In the Public Interest for the Public Good: The Self Help Legal Center at the Southern Illinois University School of Law." 21 MAALL (Mid-America Association of Law Libraries) Markings 1-3 (No. 2, 2012).

Presentation
Wright made a presentation about Illinois legislative history research at the Mid-America Association of Law Libraries Annual Conference.

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