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T H E G E O RG E WA S H I N G T O N U N I V E R S I T Y L AW FACULTY NEWS SCHOOL Spring 2011 Scholarship, Honors, and Professional Activities Vol. 13, No. 2 PUBLICATIONS Michael B. Abramowicz’s “Orphan Business Models: Toward a New Form of Intellectual Property” appeared in 124 Harvard Law Review 1362 (April 2011). Francesca Bignami published “Cooperative Legalism and the NonAmericanization of European Regulatory Styles: The Case of Data Privacy” in 2 American Journal of Comparative Law 411 (2011). Andrea J. Boyack’s “Laudable Goals and Unintended Consequences: The Role and Control of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac” will appear in the June issue of the American University Law Review. Her “Lessons in Price Stability from the U.S. Real Estate Market Collapse” was published in 2010 in the Michigan State Law Review. “Visa as Property, Visa as Collateral” by Eleanor Brown will be published in an upcoming issue of the Vanderbilt Law Review. Her article “A Visa to Snitch: An Addendum to Cox and Posner” is forthcoming in the Notre Dame Law Review. Professor Brown’s “What the U.S. Can Learn from the Gulf States About Immigration” appears in 2 Middle East Institute Viewpoints, Special Edition, Migration and the Gulf 87. “Good Deficits: Protecting the Public Interest From Anti-Deficit Hysteria” by Neil H. Buchanan is forthcoming in 31 Virginia Tax Review. His “What Kind of Environment Do We Owe Future Generations?” was published in 15 Lewis & Clark Law Review 339 (2011), and his “Medicare Meets Mephistopheles: Health Care, Government Spending, and Economic Prosperity” appeared in 29 Mississippi College Law Review 319 (2010). Paul Butler published “A Long Step Down the Totalitarian Path: Justice Douglas’s Great Dissent in Terry v. Ohio” in a symposium issue of the Mississippi Law Journal and “The White Fourth Amendment” in a symposium issue of the Texas Tech Law Review. The new book 12 Angry Men includes his previously published essay “Walking While Black.” The paperback version of Professor Butler’s Let’s Get Free: A Hip-Hop Theory of Justice has gone into a second printing. Naomi Cahn’s co-written article (with Dina Haynes) “Gendering Constitutional Design in Post-Conflict Societies” was published in 17 William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law 509 (2011). Steve Charnovitz wrote the introductory essay “What is International Economic Law?” for the 2011 volume of the Journal of International Economic Law. He also published another article in the journal, “Addressing Government Failure Through International Financial Law” (September 2010). Professor Charnovitz published two book chapters: “Accountability of Public and Private International Organizations” in The Ashgate Research Companion to NonState Actors (Ashgate, 2011) and “How Nongovernmental Organizations Vitalize International Law” in Looking to the Future: Essays on International Law in Honor of W. Michael Reisman (Martinus Nijhoff, 2011). Bradford Clark and co-author Anthony J. Bellia, Jr. published “The Political Branches and the Law of Nations” in 85 Notre Dame Law Review 1795, as well as “The Alien Tort Statute and the Law of Nations” in 78 University of Chicago Law Review. Jessica L. Clark published “Guaranteeing Outcomes in Student Conferences” in The Second Draft: Bulletin of the Legal Writing Institute (Fall 2010). Robert J. Cottrol published “La Interpretacion Actual de las Enmiendas de la Consticuion de los Estados Unidos” in III Aequitas: Facultad de Ciencieas Juridicas (Universidad del Salvador, 2010). He also published the book chapter “Developing Effective Tools Against Racial Discrimination: Lessons from the U.S. Experience with Employment Discrimination” in Taller de Expertos de la Temática Afrodescewndiente en las Américas (Organization of American States, 2010). Charlie Craver completed the 12th edition of Labor Relations Law, the seventh edition of Employment Discrimination Law, and the fourth edition of Alternative Dispute Resolution: The Advocate’s Perspective, all of which were published by LexisNexis in May. Professor Craver’s “The Inherent Tension Between Value Creation and Value Claiming” was published in the Cardozo Journal of Dispute Resolution. His article “The National Labor Relations Act at 75: In Need of a Heart Transplant” was published in the Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal, and his “Negotiation Ethics for Real World Interactions” was published in the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution. Lawrence A. Cunningham’s “A New Legal Theory to Test Executive Compensation: The George Washington University Law School Communications Office email:

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