Roundup of Recent Faculty Research News – viral blog

Roundup of Recent Faculty Research News

Prof. W. David Ball discussed his research on the Everyday Injustice podcast

Prof. Colleen Chien posted her paper, “Estimating the Earnings Loss Associated with a Criminal Record and Suspended Driver’s License.”

Prof. Colleen Chien launched a speaker series on AI, Equity, and Law. 

Prof. Colleen Chien presented the 2022 Stanley H. Mervis Lecture in Intellectual Property at William & Mary Law School, titled “Inequalities of Innovation.”

Lecturer Nicolas Emanuel published a casebook, “Remedies: Basic Principles, Authorities, and Problems.”

Prof. Eric Goldman published his article, “Content Moderation Remedies.” The paper was featured in Tech Policy Press

Prof. Eric Goldman discussed his paper, “The Constitutionality of Mandating Editorial Transparency,” on the Tech Policy Podcast.  The paper was also featured on the ContractsProf Blog

Prof. Pratheepan Gulasekaram posted his article, “Immigration Enforcement Preemption.”

Dean Michael Kaufman published the 4th edition of his “Learning Civil Procedure” casebook. 

Acting President Lisa Kloppenberg published a book, “The Best Beloved Thing is Justice: The Life of Dorothy Wright Nelson”. 

Prof. Michelle Oberman was named a Summer 2022 Visiting Scholar by the American Bar Foundation

The Lewis & Clark Law Review republished (in its print edition) Prof. Stephen Smith’s article, “Asking Too Much: The Ninth Circuit’s Erroneous Review of Social Security Disability Determinations.”

Prof. Gary Spitko published his article, “Integrated Nonmarital Property Rights.” 

Prof. David Sloss published his book, “Tyrants on Twitter: Protecting Democracies from Information Warfare.” It is also available as an audiobook

Roundup of Recent Faculty Research News

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