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FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LAW


SCHOLARSHIP REPORT 2016-2019 Frederick M. Abbott...............................................1

David L. Markell...................................................17

Robert E. Atkinson, Jr.......................................... 3

Michael T. Morley............................................... 18

Shawn J. Bayern................................................... 4

Erin O’Hara O’Connor......................................... 19

Courtney Cahill..................................................... 5

Erin Ryan.............................................................20

Charles W. Ehrhardt............................................. 5

Lauren Scholz......................................................21

Avlana K. Eisenberg.............................................. 6

Mark B. Seidenfeld.............................................22

Elissa Philip Gentry.............................................. 6

Justin T. Sevier...................................................23

Shi-Ling Hsu.......................................................... 7

Mark Spottswood...............................................24

Steve R. Johnson..................................................8

Nat S. Stern.........................................................24

Jeffrey H. Kahn.....................................................9

Sarah L. Swan.....................................................25

Jay Kesten........................................................... 10

Manuel A. Utset, Jr.............................................26

Lawrence S. Krieger........................................... 10

Donald J. Weidner..............................................26

David E. Landau................................................... 11

Kelli Alces Williams............................................27

Tahirih V. Lee........................................................13

Hannah Wiseman................................................28

Jake Linford.........................................................14

Samuel R. Wiseman............................................30

Wayne A. Logan....................................................15

Mary Ziegler.........................................................31

The scholarly output of our faculty is impressive both in range of subject matter and quality of craftsmanship. Our faculty is rated the nation’s 29th best in terms of scholarly impact in a 2018 study.

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FREDERICK M. ABBOTT Edward Ball Eminent Scholar Professor of International Law LL.M., U NIV E RS ITY O F CALIFO RNIA , BER KEL EY, 1 989 J .D ., Y ALE U NIV E RS ITY , 1977 B.A., U NIV E RS ITY O F CALIFO RNIA , BER KEL EY, 1 97 4

International Intellectual Property in an Integrated World Economy (with updated teacher’s manual) (with Thomas Cottier & Francis Gurry) (4th ed., Kluwer/Aspen Publishers 2019) Public-Private Partnership as Model for New Drug R&D: the future as now, in The Cambridge Handbook of Public-Private Partnerships, Intellectual Property Governance, and Sustainable Development (M. Chon, A. Abdel-Latif & P. Roffe, editors) (Cambridge University Press 2018) Health and Intellectual Property, in Research Handbook on Global Health Law (G-L Burci & B. Toebes, editors) (Edward Elgar Publishing 2018) Legislative and Regulatory Takings of Intellectual Property: early stage intervention against a new jurisprudential virus, in Honor of Pedro Roffe, Liber Amicorum Pedro Roffe, Intellectual Property, Technology Transfer and Investment: Understanding the Interfaces and Development Impact (C. Correa & X. Seuba, editors) (Springer 2019) The Generics Pathway in the USA: The American Experience, a Model for the World?, in Industria Farmacéutica, Derecho a la Salud y Propiedad Intelectual: El Reto del Equilibrio (M. Becerra & R. Martinez, editors) (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México 2018) Transfer of Technology and a Global Clean Energy Grid, in International Trade in Sustainable Electricity (T. Cottier & I. Espa, editors) (Cambridge University Press 2017) The Evolution of Public-Health Provisions in Preferential Trade and Investment Agreements of the United States, in Intellectual Property Rights and Mega-Regional Trade Agreements, Global Perspectives and Challenges for the Intellectual Property System, Issue No. 4, ICTSD-CEIPI (August 2017) Competition Law in Emerging Markets: The Virtue of Regulatory Diversity, in International Economic Law and Governance (J. Chaisse & T-Y Lin, editors) (Oxford University Press 2016) (continued next page)


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Frederick M. Abbott continued

Parallel Trade in Pharmaceuticals: Trade Therapy for Market Distortions, in Research Handbook on Exhaustion and Parallel Imports (I. Calboli & E. Lee, editors) (Edward Elgar Publishing 2016) The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal’s Misguided Reprieve for Pfizer’s Excessive Pricing Abuse, 49 Int’l Rev. Intell. Prop. & Competition L. 845 (2018), at doi.org/10.1007/s40319-018-0734-y Let International Competition Negotiations Sleep a While Longer: Focus on Tools and Capacity, 49 Int’l Rev. Intell. Prop. & Competition L. 259 (2018), at doi.org/10.1007/s40319-018-0683-5 Comment on the US Supreme Court Decision Impression Products v. Lexmark International, 35 U.S.C., §154(a), 48 Int’l Rev. Intell. Prop. & Competition L. 889 (2017) Reflections on the Report of the UN Secretary General’s High Level Panel on Access to Medicines, 22 Ciência & Saúde Coletiva 2440 (2017) Global Medicines Council, Briefing Paper No. 1 (editor) (2017) China policies to promote local production of pharmaceutical products and protect public health, World Health Organization (2017), at who.int/phi/publications/china_policies_promote_local_production_ pharm/en/ Indian policies to promote local production of pharmaceutical products and protect public health, World Health Organization (2017), at who.int/phi/publications/indian_policies_promote_local_production_ pharm/en/ Excessive Pharmaceutical Prices and Competition Law: Doctrinal Development to Protect Public Health, 6 U.C. Irvine L. Rev. 281 (2016)


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ROBERT E. ATKINSON, JR. Greenspoon Marder Professor J .D ., Y ALE U NIV E RS ITY , 198 2 B.A., WAS H ING TO N AND LE E U NI VER SITY, 1 97 9

A Primer on the Neo-Classical Republic Theory of the Nonprofit Sector (And the Other Three Sectors, Too), in Research Handbook on Not-for-Profit Law (Matthew Harding, editor) (Edward Elgar Publishing 2018) Sea Captains and Philosopher Kings: Billy Budd as Melville’s Republican Response to Plato’s Republic, _ Hofstra L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2020) For-Profit Managers as Public Fiduciaries: A Neo-Classical Republican Perspective, _ Fla. St. Univ. Bus. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2019), abbreviated version in Fiduciaries and Trust: Ethics, Politics, Economics and Law (Matthew Harding & Paul Miller, editors) (Cambridge University Press) (forthcoming 2020) Writer Re-Written: What Really (Might Have) Happened to Atticus and Scout, 69 Ala. L. Rev. 595 (2018) Liberalism, Philanthropy, and Praxis: Realigning the Philanthropy of the Republic and the Social Teaching of the Church, 84 Fordham L. Rev. 2633 (2016) Growing up with Scout and Atticus: Getting from To Kill a Mockingbird through Go Set a Watchman, 65 Duke L.J. Online 95 (2016)

In Liberalism, Philanthropy, and Praxis: Realigning the Philanthropy of the Republic and the Social Teaching of the Church, 84 Fordham Law Review 2633 (2016), Professor Rob Atkinson seeks a common ground for theists of the Abrahamist religious faiths and agnostics in the Socratic philosophical tradition on the role that the liberal state should play in advancing the two aims of traditional philanthropy: helping society’s least well off and advancing the highest forms of human excellence.


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SHAWN J. BAYERN Larry and Joyce Beltz Professor of Torts and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs J .D ., U NIV E RS ITY O F CALIFO RNI A , BER KEL EY, 2006 B.S ., Y ALE U NIV E RS ITY , 1999

Agreements, Algorithms, and Agency, in Law and AI (Woody Barfield, editor) (Cambridge University Press) (forthcoming 2019) Artificial Intelligence and Private Law, in Research Handbook on Law and Artificial Intelligence (Woodrow Barfield & Ugo Pagallo, editors) (Edward Elgar Publishing 2018) Are Autonomous Entities Possible?, _ NW. U. L. Rev. Online _ (forthcoming 2019) Methodological Failures in Leading American Economic Analyses of the Private Law, 5 Critical Analysis L. 19 (2018) An Unintended Consequence of Reducing the Corporate Tax Rate, 157 Tax Notes 1137 (2017) Company Law and Autonomous Systems: A Blueprint for Lawyers, Entrepreneurs, and Regulators (with Thomas Burri, Thomas Grant, Daniel Hausermann, Florian Moslein & Richard Williams), 9 Hasting Sci. & Tech. L.J. 135 (2017) Geserllschaftsrecht und Autonome Systeme in Rechsvergleich (“Corporate Law and Autonomous Systems in Comparison”) (with Thomas Burri, Thomas Grant, Daniel Hausermann, Florian Moslein & Richard Williams), Aktuelle Juristische Praxis (2017) Contract Meta-Interpretation, 49 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 1097 (2016) Three Problems (and Two Solutions) in the Law of Partnership Formation, 49 U. Mich. J.L. Ref. 605 (2016)


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COURTNEY CAHILL Donald Hinkle Professor and Associate Dean for Research J .D ., Y ALE U NIV E RS ITY , 20 0 1 P H .D ., CO MP ARATIV E LITE RATU R E, PR IN CETON UN IVER SITY, 1 999 B.A., CO LU MBIA U NIV E RS ITY , 19 93

After Sex, 97 Neb. L. Rev. 1 (2018) Universalizing Anonymity Anxiety, 3 J.L. & Biosciences 647 (2016) Reproduction Reconceived, 101 Minn. L. Rev. 617 (2016) Obergefell and the “New” Reproduction, 100 Minn. L. Rev. Headnotes 1 (2016)

Professor Courtney Cahill’s article, Reproduction Reconceived, 101 Minnesota Law Review 617 (2016), argues that reproductive binarism — the belief that sexual and alternative reproduction merit different treatment in law because they are essentially different in fact — is factually incoherent and constitutionally deficient, and proposes a unitary system of reproductive regulation based on procreative intent rather than procreative mechanics.

CHARLES W. EHRHARDT Professor Emeritus J .D ., U NIV E RS ITY O F IO WA, 1964 B.S ., IO WA S TATE U NIV E RS ITY , 1962

Florida Evidence (2019 ed., West Publishing) Florida Trial Objections (6th ed., West Publishing 2019)


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AVLANA K. EISENBERG Assistant Professor J .D ., S TANFO RD U NIV E RS ITY , 2004 B.A., Y ALE U NIV E RS ITY , 1997

The Prisoner and the Polity, 95 N.Y.U. L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2019) Mass Monitoring, 90 S. Cal. L. Rev. 123 (2017) Incarceration Incentives in the Decarceration Era, 69 Vand. L. Rev. 71 (2016)

Professor Avlana Eisenberg’s article, The Prisoner and the Polity, 95 New York University Law Review _ (forthcoming 2019), uses the case study of higher education programs in prison to consider what duties the state incurs when it chooses to incarcerate someone as part of a term-limited punishment.

ELISSA PHILIP GENTRY Assistant Professor P H .D ., LAW & E CO NO MICS , V ANDER BIL T UN IVER SITY, 201 6 J .D ., V AND E RBILT U NIV E RS ITY , 201 6 B.S ., V AND E RBILT U NIV E RS ITY , 201 0

Empirical Evidence of Risk Penalties for NTI Drugs, _ J. Risk & Uncertainty _ (forthcoming 2019) Asymmetric Effects of Changes in Workers’ Compensation Laws (with W. Kip Viscusi), _ Am. L. & Econ. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2019) The Fatality and Morbidity Components of the Value of Statistical Life (with W. Kip Viscusi), 46 J. Health Econ. 90 (2016)


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SHI-LING HSU D’Alemberte Professor P H .D ., AGRICU LTU RAL AND RE S OUR CE ECON OMICS, UN IVER SITY OF CALIFO RNIA, D AV IS , 1998 M.S ., E CO LO G Y , U NIV E RS ITY O F CA L IFOR N IA , DA VIS, 1 994 J .D ., CO LU MBIA U NIV E RS ITY , 19 87 B.S ., CO LU MBIA U NIV E RS ITY , 19 83

Ocean and Coastal Resources Law (with Josh Eagle) (Aspen) (forthcoming 2019) Prices Versus Quantities, in Policy Instruments in Environmental Law (K. Richards & J. van Zeben, editors) (Edward Elgar Publishing) (forthcoming 2019) Carbon Pricing, in Legal Pathways to Deep Decarbonization in the United States (M. Gerrard & J.C. Dernbach, editors) (Oxford University Press 2018) Human Capital in a Climate-Changed World, in Climate Change and Its Impact: Risks and Inequalities (C. Murphy, P. Gardoni & R. McKim, editors) (Springer 2018) Carbon Taxes, in Global Climate Law (D. Farber & M. Peeters, editors) (Edward Elgar Publishing 2016) International Market Mechanisms, in The Oxford Handbook of International Climate Change Law (C. Carlarne, editor) (2016) Climate Triage: A Resources Trust to Address Inequality in a Climatechanged World, 50 Envtl. L. 1 (forthcoming 2020) A Green-ish New Deal? 50 Trends 1 (2019) Cooperation and Turnover in Law Faculties: A Game-theoretic Model and Empirical Study, 102 Marq. L. Rev. 1 (2018) Antitrust and Inequality: The Problem of Super-firms, 63 Antitrust Bulletin 104 (2018) A Complete Analysis of Carbon Taxation: Considering the Revenue Side, 65 Buff. L. Rev. 857 (2017) Carbon Tax Rising? 48 Trends 4 (2017) Comment on Eric Biber’s Looking Toward the Future of Judicial Review, 32 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 375 (2017) (continued next page)


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Shi-Ling Hsu continued

Comment on Sarah Light’s Green Procurement and Beyond, 32 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 477 (2017) Capital Transitioning: An International Human Capital Strategy for Climate Innovation, 6 Transnat’l Envtl. L. 153 (2017) Inefficient Inequality, 5 Ind. J.L. & Soc. Eq. 1 (2016)

STEVE R. JOHNSON Dunbar Family Professor J .D ., NE W Y O RK U NIV E RS ITY , 1981 B.A., S T. FRANCIS CO LLE G E (NE W YOR K), 1 97 6

Civil Tax Procedure (with Jerome Borison & Samuel Ullman) (3d ed., Carolina Academic Press 2016) Legal Interpretation of Tax Law: United States, in Legal Interpretation of Tax Law (Robert van Brederode & Richard Krever, editors) (2d ed., Kluwer Law International 2017) Tax Penalties in the United States (with Leandra Lederman & Stephen Mazza), in Surcharges and Penalties in Tax Law (European Association of Tax Law Professors 2016) Seminole Rock in Tax Cases, 36 Yale J. Reg.: Notice & Comment (2018) The Upsides and Downsides of Ending Chevron Deference, 154 Tax Notes 1287 (2017) Standing Doctrine in State Tax Controversies, 83 State & Local Tax Notes 24 (2017) Is an American Value Added Tax Inevitable?, 15 Fla. St. U. Bus. Rev. 1 (2016) The Future of American Tax Administration: Conceptual Alternatives and Political Realities, 7 Colum. J. Tax L. 5 (2016) Retroactive Tax Legislation, 81 State & Local Tax Notes 529 (2016)


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JEFFREY H. KAHN Harry W. Walborsky Professor and Associate Dean for Business Law Programs J .D ., U NIV E RS ITY O F MICH IGAN, 1 997 B.A., D U KE U NIV E RS ITY , 1994

Principles of Corporate Tax (with Douglas Kahn) (2d ed., West 2019) Federal Income Tax (with Douglas Kahn) (8th ed., Foundation 2019) Taxation of S Corporations in a Nutshell (with Douglas Kahn & Terrence Perris) (2d ed., Thomson/West 2017) Federal Income Tax (with Douglas Kahn) (7th ed., Foundation 2016) Res Ipsa Loquitur: Reducing Confusion or Creating Bias? (with John Lopatka), 108 Kentucky L.J. _ (forthcoming 2020) The Tax Treatment of Liability Insurance Coverage, 163 Tax Notes 1381 (2019) GoTaxMe: Crowdfunding and Gifts, 22 Fla. Tax Rev. 180 (2018) The Misfortune of the Deduction for Business and Personal Casualty Losses, 21 Fla. Tax Rev. 622 (2018) The Fallacious Objections to the Tax Treatment of Carried Interest (with Douglas Kahn), 20 Fla. Tax Rev. 319 (2017) A Response to the Defense of Eliminating Capital Gains Treatment for Carried Interest (with Douglas Kahn), 157 Tax Notes 1606 (2017) The Inappropriateness of the Bad Checks Penalty (with Douglas Kahn), 157 Tax Notes 835 (2017) The Uneasy Case for the Retirement of Douglas Kahn, 5 Mich. Bus. & Entrepreneurial L. Rev. 121 (2016) Early Termination of a Trust (with Douglas Kahn), 151 Tax Notes 791 (2016)


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JAY KESTEN Associate Professor LL.M., H ARV ARD U NIV E RS ITY , 2009 LL.B., U NIV E RS ITY O F BRITIS H C OL UMBIA , 2002 B.A., U NIV E RS ITY O F BRITIS H COL UMBIA , 1 999

The Law and Economics of the Going-Public Decision, in The Oxford University Press Handbook of IPOs (Douglas Cumming & Sofia Johan, editors) (Oxford University Press 2018) Of Convergence and Contingency: Some Thoughts on Public Firm Fiduciary Duties, _ Fla. L. Rev. Forum _ (forthcoming 2019) The Uncertain Case for Appraisal Arbitrage, 52 Wake Forest L. Rev. 90 (2017) Shareholder Political Primacy, 10 Va. L. & Bus. Rev. 161 (2016)

LAWRENCE S. KRIEGER Clinical Professor and Co-Director of Clinical Externship Programs J .D ., U NIV E RS ITY O F FLO RID A, 1 97 8 A.B., P RINCE TO N U NIV E RS ITY , 19 67

Being the Happiest, Most Effective Lawyer You Can Be, in Becoming the Best Lawyer You Can Be (Levine, Stewart, editors) (American Bar Association 2018)


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DAVID E. LANDAU Mason Ladd Professor and Associate Dean for International Programs P H .D ., P O LITICAL S CIE NCE , H ARVA R D UN IVER SITY, 201 5 J .D ., H ARV ARD U NIV E RS ITY , 20 04 A.B., H ARV ARD U NIV E RS ITY , 20 01

Handbook on Comparative Constitution-Making (co-edited with Hanna Lerner) (Edward Elgar Press) (forthcoming 2019) The Evolution of the Separation of Powers (co-editor with David Bilchitz) (Edward Elgar Press 2018) Colombian Constitutional Law: Leading Cases (with Manuel Jose Cepeda Espinosa) (Oxford University Press 2017) Term Limits and the Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendment Doctrine: Lessons from Latin America (with Rosalind Dixon & Yaniv Roznai), in The Politics of Presidential Term Limits (Alex Baturo & Robert Elgie, editors) (Oxford University Press) (forthcoming 2019) Constitutional Backsliding and its Responses in Colombia, in Constitutionalism in Context (David Law, editor) (Cambridge University Press) (forthcoming 2019) Constitutional Non-Transformation? Socioeconomic Rights beyond the Poor (with Rosalind Dixon), in The Future of Social and Economic Rights (Katharine G. Young, editor) (Cambridge University Press 2019)

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In Populist Constitutions, 85 University of Chicago Law Review 239 (2018), Professor David Landau draws on recent academic definitions of populism and recent examples of its use to show that there is an affinity between populism and widespread constitutional change. Landau argues that populists use constitutional change to carry out three functions: deconstructing the old institutional order, developing a substantive project rooted in a critique of that order and consolidating power in the hands of populists.


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David E. Landau continued

Constitution-Making and Authoritarianism in Venezuela: The First Time as Tragedy, the Second as Farce, in Constitutional Democracy in Crisis? (Mark Tushnet, Sandy Levinson & Mark Graber, editors) (Oxford University Press 2018) Courts and Support Structures: Beyond the Classic Narrative, in Comparative Judicial Review (Erin F. Delaney & Rosalind Dixon, editors) (Edward Elgar Press 2018) Socioeconomic Rights and Majoritarian Courts in Latin America, in Constitutionalism in the Americas (Colin Crawford & Daniel Bonilla Maldonado, editors) (Edward Elgar Publishing 2018) Introduction: The Evolution of the Separation of Powers in the Global South and Global North (with David Bilchitz), in The Evolution of the Separation of Powers (David Bilchitz & David Landau, editors) (Edward Elgar Press 2018) Institutional Failure and Intertemporal Theories of Judicial Role in the Global South, in The Evolution of the Separation of Powers (David Bilchitz & David Landau, editors) (Edward Elgar Publishing 2018) South African Social Rights Jurisprudence and the Global Canon: A Revisionist View, in Constitutional Triumphs, Constitutional Disappointments: A Critical Assessment of the 1996 South African Constitution’s Local and International Influence (Theunis Roux & Rosalind Dixon, editors) (Cambridge University Press 2018) Legal Pragmatism and Comparative Constitutional Law, in Comparative Constitutional Theory (Gary Jacobsohn & Miguel Schor, editors) (Edward Elgar Publishing 2018) Judicial Role and the Limits of Constitutional Convergence in Latin America, in Comparative Constitutional Law in Latin America (Tom Ginsburg & Rosalind Dixon, editors) (Edward Elgar Press 2017) Constitutional Endurance and Democracy: Judging Constitutional Performance (with Rosalind Dixon), in Assessing Constitutional Performance (Tom Ginsburg & Aziz Huq, editors) (Cambridge University Press 2016) Federalism for the Worst Case (with Hannah Wiseman & Samuel Wiseman), 105 Iowa L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2020) Abusive Judicial Review: Courts Against Democracy (with Rosalind Dixon), 53 U.C. Davis L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2020)


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Choosing Between Simple and Complex Remedies in Socioeconomic Rights Cases, 70 U. Toronto L.J. _ (forthcoming 2020) From an Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendment to an Unconstitutional Constitution? Lessons from Honduras (with Yaniv Roznai & Rosalind Dixon), 8 Global Constitutionalism 40 (2019) Presidential Term Limits in Latin America: Transnational Constitutional Dialogue as a Double-Edged Sword, 12 L. & Ethics Hum. Rts. 225 (2018) Constitutional Design, International Law and Vulnerable Insiders: The Victims of Internal Armed Conflict in Colombia, 57 Va. J. Int’l L. 679 (2018) Tiered Constitutional Design (with Rosalind Dixon), 86 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 438 (2018) Populist Constitutions, 85 U. Chi. L. Rev. 521 (2018) Substitute and Complement Theories of Judicial Review, 92 Ind. L.J. 1283 (2017) Democratic Erosion and Constitution-Making Moments: The Role of International Law, 2 U.C. Irvine J. Int’l Transnat’l & Comp. L. 87 (2017) Political Support and Structural Constitutional Law, 67 Ala. L. Rev. 1069 (2016) Selective Entrenchment in State Constitutional Law: Lessons from Comparative Experience, 69 Ark. L. Rev. 425 (2016)

TAHIRIH V. LEE Associate Professor P H .D ., H IS TO RY , Y ALE U NIV E RS ITY, 1 990 J .D ., Y ALE U NIV E RS ITY , 198 9 M.P H IL, H IS TO RY , Y ALE U NIV E RSITY, 1 989 M.A., H IS TO RY , Y ALE U NIV E RS ITY, 1 989 A.M., S TANFO RD U NIV E RS ITY , 19 85 A.B., S TANFO RD U NIV E RS ITY , 1985

By the Light of the Moon: Looking for China’s Rich Legal Tradition, in Oxford Handbook of Historical Legal Research (Markus D. Dubber & Christopher Tomlins, editors) (Oxford University Press 2018) Property and Exceptionalism in China and the Anglo-American World, 1650-1850, 25 J. Transnat’l L. & Pol’y 25 (2016)


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JAKE LINFORD Loula Fuller and Dan Myers Professor J .D ., U NIV E RS ITY O F CH ICAGO , 2008 B.A., U NIV E RS ITY O F U TAH , 1996

‘Tell the Truth:’ Truth in Music Advertising Post Tam, in The Oxford Handbook of Music Law and Policy (Sean O’Connor, editor) (Oxford University Press) (forthcoming 2019) Democratizing Access to Survey Evidence of Distinctiveness, in Trademark Law and Theory: Reform of Trademark Law (Graeme Dinwoodie & Mark Janis, editors) (Edward Elgar Publishing) (forthcoming 2019) Contracting for Fourth Amendment Privacy Online (with Wayne Logan), 104 Minn. L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2019) Valuing Residual Goodwill After Trademark Forfeiture, 93 Notre Dame L. Rev. 811 (2018) Datamining the Meaning(s) of Progress, 2017 BYU L. Rev. 1531 (2018) Are Trademarks Ever Fanciful?, 105 Geo. L.J. 731 (2017) Improving Technology Neutrality Through Compulsory Licensing, 100 Minn. L. Rev. Headnotes 126 (2016) Private Ordering Under Threat of Regulation, 67 Fla. L. Rev. Forum 298 (2016)

Professor Jake Linford’s article, Are Trademarks Ever Fanciful?, 105 Georgetown Law Journal 731 (2017), employs linguistic and psychological evidence to argue that courts should account for sound symbolism — how sounds transmit meaning — when assessing the validity and scope of a fanciful trademark.


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WAYNE A. LOGAN Gary & Sallyn Pajcic Professor J .D ., U NIV E RS ITY O F WIS CO NS IN , 1 991 M.A., CRIMINO LO G Y , S TATE U NIVER SITY OF N EW YOR K A L BA N Y, 1 986 B.A., WE S LE Y AN U NIV E RS ITY , 19 83

Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification Laws: An Empirical Evaluation (co-editor with J.J. Prescott) (Cambridge University Press) (forthcoming 2020) Florida Search and Seizure Law (LexisNexis) (forthcoming 2020) Collateral Consequences of Criminal Conviction: Law, Policy and Practice (with Margaret Love & Jenny Roberts) (3d ed., Thomson Reuters 2018) Criminal Procedure: The Post-Investigative Process (with Stanley Adelman et al.) (5th ed., Carolina Academic Press 2018) Questions and Answers, Q & A: Criminal Procedure I: Police Investigation (with Neil Cohen & Michael Benza) (3d ed., Carolina Academic Press 2016) Questions and Answers, Q & A: Criminal Procedure II: Prosecution and Adjudication (with Neil Cohen & Michael Benza) (Carolina Academic Press 2016) Origins and Evolution of SORN Laws, in Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification Laws: An Empirical Evaluation (co-editor with J.J. Prescott) (Cambridge University Press) (forthcoming 2020) SORN’S Growth and Staying Power, in Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification Laws: An Empirical Evaluation (co-editor with J.J. Prescott) (Cambridge University Press) (forthcoming 2020) (continued next page)

In Contracting for Fourth Amendment Privacy Online, 104 Minnesota Law Review _ (forthcoming 2019, with Jake Linford), Professors Wayne Logan and Jake Linford provide the first in-depth discussion of the potential role contract law can play in Fourth Amendment privacy determinations. The article brings to bear standard tools of contract interpretation, combined with the growing body of social science research illuminating the behavior and motivations of contracting parties, to provide a fuller, more realistic understanding of privacy expectations in the online environment.


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Wayne A. Logan continued

Community-based Social Control Approaches to Sex Offender Management, in What Works with Sexual Offenders: Contemporary Perspectives in Theory, Assessment, Treatment and Prevention (Jean Proulx et al., editors) (Wiley-Blackwell) (forthcoming 2020) Sex Offender Registration and Notification, in Academy for Justice, A Report on Scholarship and Criminal Justice Reform (Erik Luna, editor) (2017) The Case for Greater Transparency in Sixth Amendment Pretrial Right to Counsel Warnings, 52 Tex. Tech L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2020) Gundy v. United States: Gunning for the Administrative State, 17 Ohio St. J. Crim. L. _ (forthcoming 2019) Indiana v. Timbs: Toward the Regulation of Mercenary Criminal Justice, 32 Fed. Sent. Rep. _ (forthcoming 2019) Contracting for Fourth Amendment Privacy Online (with Jake Linford), 104 Minn. L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2019) Policing Police Access to Criminal Justice Data, 104 Iowa L. Rev. 619 (2019) What the Feds Can Do to Rein in Local Mercenary Criminal Justice, 2019 U. Ill. L. Rev. 1731 (2019) Fourth Amendment Localism, 93 Ind. L.J. 369 (2018) Challenging the Punitiveness of “New Generation” SORN Laws, 21 New Crim. L. Rev. 426 (2018) False Massiah: The Sixth Amendment Revolution That Wasn’t, 50 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 153 (2018) The Honorable Robert R. Merhige, Jr.: A Judge Ahead of His Time, 52 U. Rich. L. Rev. Online 23 (2017) Policing Criminal Justice Data (with Andrew Ferguson), 101 Minn. L. Rev. 541 (2016) Government Retention and Use of Unlawfully Secured DNA, 48 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 269 (2016) Database Infamia: Exit from the Sex Offender Registries, 2015 Wis. L. Rev. 219 (2016) “When Mercy Seasons Justice:” Interstate Recognition of Ex-Offender Rights, 49 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 1 (2016)


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DAVID L. MARKELL Steven M. Goldstein Professor J .D ., U NIV E RS ITY O F V IRGINIA, 197 9 B.A., BRAND E IS U NIV E RS ITY , 197 5

Environmental Protection: Law and Policy (with Dan Bodansky, William W. Buzbee, Robert L. Glicksman, Emily Hammond & Daniel R. Mandelker) (8th ed., Aspen Law & Business 2019) Compliance and Enforcement of Environmental Law (coeditor with LeRoy C. Paddock & Nicholas S. Bryner) (Edward Elgar Publishing Limited 2017) An Introduction to Environmental Compliance and Enforcement (with L. Paddock & R. Glicksman), in Compliance and Enforcement of Environmental Law (LeRoy C. Paddock, David L. Markell & Nicholas S. Bryner, editors) (Edward Elgar Publishing Limited 2017) An Empirical Assessment of Agency Mechanism Choice (with Robert Glicksman & Justin Sevier), 71 Ala. L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2020) Unraveling the Administrative State: Mechanism Choice, Key Actors, and Regulatory Tools (with R. Glicksman), 36 Va. Envtl. L.J. 318 (2018) Agency Motivations in Exercising Discretion, 32 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 513 (2017) Technological Innovation, Data Analytics, and Environmental Enforcement (with Robert L. Glicksman & Claire Monteleoni), 44 Ecol. L. Q. 41 (2017) Can Non-statutory Federal Climate Litigation Drive Federal Climate Policy? 49 Trends (November/December 2017) Emerging Legal and Institutional Responses to Sea-Level Rise in Florida and Beyond, 42 Colum. J. Envtl. L. 1 (2016) Dynamic Governance in Theory and Application, Part I (with Robert L. Glicksman), 58 Ariz. L. Rev. 563 (2016) EPA Next Generation Compliance (with Robert Glicksman), 30 Nat. Resources & Environment 22 (American Bar Association Winter 2016)


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MICHAEL T. MORLEY Assistant Professor J .D ., Y ALE U NIV E RS ITY , 20 0 3 A.B., P RINCE TO N U NIV E RS ITY , 2000

Vertical Stare Decisis and Three-Judge District Courts, 108 Geo. L.J. _ (forthcoming 2020) Disaggregating Nationwide Injunctions, 79 Ala. L. Rev. 1 (forthcoming 2020) Defeating the Nondelegation Doctrine, _ Admin. L. Rev. Accord _ (forthcoming 2019) Spokeo: The Quasi-Hohfeldian Plaintiff and the Non-Federal Federal Question, _ Geo. Mason L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2019) Book Review, Republicans and the Voting Rights Act, 54 Tulsa L. Rev. 281 (2019) Beyond the Elements: Erie and the Standards for Preliminary and Permanent Injunctions, 52 Akron L. Rev. 457 (2019) Prophylactic Redistricting? Congress’s Section 5 Power and the New Equal Protection Right to Vote, 59 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 2053 (2018) Election Emergencies: Voting in the Wake of Natural Disasters and Terrorist Attacks, 67 Emory L.J. 545 (2018) The Federal Equity Power, 59 B.C. L. Rev. 217 (2018) The Disparate Impact Canon, 166 U. Penn. L. Rev. Online 249 (2018) Nationwide Injunctions, Rule 23(b)(2), and the Remedial Powers of the Lower Courts, 97 B.U. L. Rev. 615 (2016)

In Professor Michael Morley’s article, Vertical Stare Decisis and Three-Judge District Courts, 108 Georgetown Law Journal _ (forthcoming 2020), Morley analyzes nearly a century’s worth of federal laws establishing three-judge trial courts to demonstrate that they are bound by circuit precedent and are not free to adjudicate critical constitutional issues subject only to U.S. Supreme Court rulings.


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Dismantling the Unitary Electoral System? Uncooperative Federalism in State and Local Elections, 111 NW. U. L. Rev. Online 103 (2016) De Facto Class Actions? Plaintiff- and Defendant-Oriented Injunctions in Election Law, Voting Rights and Other Constitutional Cases, 39 Harv. J.L. & Pub. Pol’y 487 (2016) Non-Contentious Jurisdiction and Consent Decrees, 19 U. Penn. J. Const. L. Online 1 (2016) Contingent Constitutionality, Legislative Facts, and Campaign Finance, 43 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 679 (2016) The New Elections Clause, 91 Notre Dame L. Rev. Online 79 (2016)

ERIN O’HARA O’CONNOR Dean and McKenzie Professor J .D ., GE O RG E TO WN U NIV E RS ITY L A W CEN TER , 1 990 B.A., U NIV E RS ITY O F RO CH E S TE R , 1 987

Conflict of Laws: Cases and Materials (with Lea Brilmayer & Jack Goldsmith) (8th ed., Aspen) (forthcoming 2019) Conflict of Laws: A Recipe for Transformative Contributions, in Resolving Conflicts in the Law (Chiara Giorgetti & Natalie Klein, editors) (Brill Nijhoff 2019) Choice of Law and Conflict of Laws, in The Oxford Handbook of Law and Economics: Volume 3 (Francesco Parisi, editor) (Oxford University Press 2017) Protecting Consumer Privacy with Arbitration, 96 N.C. L. Rev. 711 (2018) The Role of the CISG in Promoting Healthy Jurisdictional Competition, 21 Uniform L. Rev. 41 (2016)

In Protecting Consumer Privacy with Arbitration, 96 North Carolina Law Review 711 (2018), Dean Erin O’Hara O’Connor concludes that a critical missing component of the regulation of consumer data use is a pricing mechanism. The article proposes a regulatory possibility that could incorporate a pricing/sorting mechanism into consumer redress for privacy harms.


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ERIN RYAN Elizabeth C. & Clyde W. Atkinson Professor J .D ., H ARV ARD U NIV E RS ITY , 20 01 M.A., E TH NO MU S ICO LO G Y , WE S L EYA N UN IVER SITY, 1 994 B.A., H ARV ARD -RAD CLIFFE CO LL EGE, 1 991

The Public Trust Doctrine, Private Rights in Water, and The Mono Lake Story (Cambridge University Press) (forthcoming 2020) Environmentalists: Brace for Preemption, Propertization, and Problems of Political Scale, in Environmental Law, Disrupted (Jessica Owley & Keith Hirokawa, editors) (Environmental Law Institute) (forthcoming 2019) Federalism as Legal Pluralism, in The Oxford Handbook on Legal Pluralism (Paul Berman, editor) (2019) From Mono Lake to the Atmospheric Trust: Navigating the Public and Private Interests in Public Trust Resource Commons, 10 Geo. Wash. J. Energy & Envtl. L. _ (2019) Environmental Law, Disrupted. (with Inara Scott, David Takacs, Rebecca Bratspies, Vanessa Casado PĂŠrez, Robin Kundis Craig, Keith Hirokawa, Blake Hudson, Sarah Krakoff, Katrina Fischer Kuh, Jessica Owley, Melissa Powers, Shannon Roesler, Jonathan Rosenbloom & J.B. Ruhl), 49 Envtl. L. Rep. 10038 (2019) Juliana v. United States: Debating the Fundamentals of the Fundamental Right to a Sustainable Climate (with Mary Wood, James Huffman, Richard Frank & Irma Russell), 45 Fla. St. L. Rev. Online 1 (2018) at fsulawreview.com/article/ juliana-v-united-states-debating-the-fundamentals-of-thefundamental-right-to-a-sustainable-climate/ Breathing Air with Heft: An Experiential Report on Environmental Regulation and Public Health in China, 42 U.C. Davis Environs 195 (2018) Negotiating Environmental Federalism: Dynamic Federalism as a Strategy for Good Governance, 2017 Wis. L. Rev. 17 (2017) Secession and Federalism in the United States: Tools for Managing Regional Conflict in a Pluralist Society, 96 Or. L. Rev. 123 (2017) Fisheries Without Courts: How Fishery Management Reveals Our Dynamic Separation of Powers, 32 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 431 (2017)


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Multilevel Environmental Governance in the United States, 25 Envtl. Scientist 50 (2016) Federalism, Regulatory Architecture, and the Clean Water Rule: Seeking Consensus on the Waters of the United States, 46 Envtl. L. 277 (2016)

LAUREN SCHOLZ Assistant Professor J .D ., H ARV ARD U NIV E RS ITY , 20 14 B.A., Y ALE U NIV E RS ITY , 20 0 9

Algorithms and Contract Law, in Cambridge Handbook on Law and Algorithms (Woodrow Barfield, editor) (Cambridge University Press) (forthcoming 2019) Algorithmic Contracts and Consumer Privacy, in Smart Contracts and Block Chain Technology: Role of Contract Law (Larry DiMatteo, editor) (Cambridge University Press) (forthcoming 2019) Toward a Consumer Contract Law for an Algorithmic Age, in Law and Autonomous Systems (Horst Eidenmueller, editor) (C.H. Beck 2019) Big Data is Not Big Oil: The Role of Analogy in the Law of New Technologies, 86 Tenn. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2019) Privacy Remedies, 93 Ind. L.J. 94 (2018) Algorithmic Contracts, 20 Stan. Tech. L. Rev. 128 (2017) Privacy as Quasi-Property, 101 Iowa L. Rev. 1113 (2016) Privacy Petitions and Institutional Legitimacy, 37 Cardozo L. Rev. 891 (2016)

In Privacy as Quasi-Property, 101 Iowa Law Review 1113 (2016), Professor Lauren Scholz argues that quasi-property provides the essential model for assessing the interest held by a privacy claimant against a defendant, and whether it has been infringed.


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MARK B. SEIDENFELD Patricia A. Dore Professor of Administrative Law J .D ., S TANFO RD U NIV E RS ITY , 1983 M.A., TH E O RE TICAL P H Y S ICS , BR A N DEIS UN IVER SITY, 1 97 9 B.A., RE E D CO LLE G E , 1975

The Bounds of Congress’s Spending Power, 61 Ariz. L. Rev. 1 (2019) A Process-Based Approach to Presidential Exit, 67 Duke L.J. 1775 (2018) Revisiting Congressional Delegation of Interpretive Primacy as Foundation for Chevron Deference, 24 Sup. Ct. Econ. Rev. 3 (2018) The Long Shadow of Judicial Review, 32 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 579 (2017)

In A Process-Based Approach to Presidential Exit, 67 Duke Law Journal 1775 (2018), Professor Mark Seidenfeld responds to scholarship which suggests that regulators and the president ought to pay more attention to how regulatory programs and relationships end, rather than just focusing on creating programs without any thought to their termination. Seidenfeld argues that, because of difficulties in specifying substantive exit criteria that serve the goals of a regulatory program, often processbased criteria can more effectively serve such goals.


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JUSTIN T. SEVIER Charles W. Ehrhardt Professor of Litigation P H .D ., P S Y CH O LO G Y , Y ALE U NIVER SITY, EX PECTED 201 9 M.S . AND M.P H IL., Y ALE U NIV E R SITY, 201 3 J .D ., H ARV ARD U NIV E RS ITY , 20 06 A.B., CO RNE LL U NIV E RS ITY , 20 03

A [Relational] Theory of Procedure, 104 Minn. L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2020) An Empirical Assessment of Agency Mechanism Choice (with David L. Markell & Robert Glicksman), 71 Ala. L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2020) The Paradox of Executive Compensation Regulation (with Minor Myers), 44 J. Corp. L. _ (forthcoming 2019) Legitimizing Character Evidence, 68 Emory L.J. 441 (2019) Consumers, “Seller-Advisors,” and the Psychology of Trust (with Kelli Alces Williams), 59 B.C. L. Rev. 931 (2018) Evidentiary Trapdoors, 103 Iowa L. Rev. 155 (2018) Vicarious Windfalls, 102 Iowa L. Rev. 651 (2017) Popularizing Hearsay, 104 Geo. L.J. 643 (2016) On Hearsay Dragon-Slaying, 67 Fla. L. Rev. Forum 269 (2016)

In his article, Popularizing Hearsay, 104 Georgetown Law Journal 643 (2016), Professor Justin Sevier argues that the hearsay rule should be premised on the social psychological concept of procedural justice, in which participants in the legal system are deemed to have certain dignity interests in facing their accusers in court.


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MARK SPOTTSWOOD Associate Professor J .D ., NO RTH WE S TE RN U NIV E RS ITY, 2007 B.S ., NO RTH WE S TE RN U NIV E RS ITY, 2002

On the Limitations of a Unitary Model of the Proof Process, 23 Int’l J. Evidence & Proof 75 (2019) Truth, Lies, and the Confrontation Clause, 89 U. Colo. L. Rev. 565 (2017) Unraveling the Conjunction Paradox, 15 L. Probability & Risk 259 (2016) Ordering Proof: Beyond Adversarial and Inquisitorial Trial Structures, 83 Tenn. L. Rev. 291 (2016)

NAT S. STERN John W. & Ashley E. Frost Professor J .D ., H ARV ARD U NIV E RS ITY , 1979 A.B., BRO WN U NIV E RS ITY , 1976

Guess Who? Reducing the Role of Juries in Determining Libel Plaintiffs’ Identities, _ St. John’s L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2020) Don’t Answer That: Revisiting the Political Question Doctrine in State Courts, 21 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 153 (2018) Judicial Candidates’ Rights to Lie, 77 Md. L. Rev. 774 (2018) The Judicial and Generational Dispute over Transgender Rights (with Mark Joseph Stern, Karen Oehme, Ember Urbach & Elena Simonsen), 29 Stan. L. & Pol’y Rev. 159 (2018) Proponents’ Standing to Defend Their Ballot Initiatives: A PostHollingsworth Work Around? (with John S. Caragozian), 9 Ne. Univ. L.J. 69 (2017) Trauma-Informed Co-Parenting: How a Shift in Compulsory Divorce Education to Reflect New Brain Development Research Can Promote Both Parents’ and Children’s Best Interests (with Karen Oehme, Anthony J. Ferraro, Lisa S. Panisch & Mallory Lucier-Greer), 39 U. Haw. L. Rev. 37 (2017) Separation of Powers, Executive Authority, and Suspension of Disbelief, 54 Hous. L. Rev. 125 (2016)


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A Test to Identify and Remedy Anti-Gay Bias in Child Custody Decisions After Obergefell (with Karen Oehme & Mark Joseph Stern), 23 UCLA Women’s L.J. 79 (2016) A New Test to Reconcile the Right of Publicity with Core First Amendment Values (with Mark Joseph Stern), 23 J. Intell. Prop. 93 (2016) Improving the Emergency Medical Services System’s Response to Domestic Violence (with Karen Oehme, Elizabeth Donnelly & Rebecca Melvin), 26 Health Matrix: J.L. & Med. 173 (2016)

SARAH L. SWAN Assistant Professor J .S .D ., CO LU MBIA U NIV E RS ITY , 201 6 LL.M., CO LU MBIA U NIV E RS ITY , 201 0 J .D ., U NIV E RS ITY O F BRITIS H COL UMBIA , 2004 B.A., U NIV E RS ITY O F BRITIS H COL UMBIA , 2001

Farwell v. Keaton: Rewritten Opinion, in Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Torts Opinions (Lucinda Finley & Martha Chamallas, editors) (Cambridge University Press) (forthcoming 2020) Discriminatory Dualism, 54 Ga. L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2020) Plaintiff Cities, 71 Vand. L. Rev. 1227 (2018) Preempting Plaintiff Cities, 45 Ford. Urb. L.J. 1241 (2018) Conjugal Liability, 64 UCLA L. Rev. 968 (2017) Between Title IX and the Criminal Law: Bringing Tort Law to the Campus Sexual Assault Debate, 64 U. Kan. L. Rev. 961 (2016)

Professor Sarah Swan’s article, Conjugal Liability, 64 UCLA Law Review 968 (2017), reveals a significant, yet largely unacknowledged, source of liability: conjugal liability, which occurs when one spouse or intimate partner is held legally responsible for their partner’s wrongful acts. The article argues that conjugal liability should be recalibrated to require a more substantial connection between the blamed spouse and the underlying wrong.


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MANUEL A. UTSET, JR. William & Catherine VanDercreek Professor and Associate Dean for Juris Master Program J .D ., U NIV E RS ITY O F MICH IGAN, 1 987 B.S ., GE O RG E TO WN U NIV E RS ITY, 1 984

Digital Surveillance and Preventive Policing, 49 Conn. L. Rev. 1455 (2017)

DONALD J. WEIDNER Dean Emeritus and Alumni Centennial Professor J .D ., U NIV E RS ITY O F TE XAS AT AUSTIN , 1 969 B.S ., FO RD H AM U NIV E RS ITY , 1966

The Revised Uniform Partnership Act (with Robert W. Hillman & Allan G. Donn) (Thomson Reuters 2018) (also 2016, 2017 eds.) Dissatisfied Members in Florida LLCs: Remedies, 18 Fla. St. Bus. Rev. 1 (2019) New FASB Rules on Accounting for Leases: A Sarbanes-Oxley Promise Delivered, 72 Bus. Law. 367 (2017)


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KELLI ALCES WILLIAMS Matthews & Hawkins Professor of Property J .D ., U NIV E RS ITY O F ILLINO IS , 2005 B.A., CO LLE GE O F WILLIAM AND MA R Y, 2001

Market-Based Innovation in Consumer Protection, 51 Conn. L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2019) Externalizing Board Governance Means Changing the Board’s Function, 74 Bus. Law. 297 (2019) Consumers, “Seller-Advisors,” and the Psychology of Trust (with Justin Sevier), 59 B.C. L. Rev. 931 (2018)

In Consumers, “Seller-Advisors,” and the Psychology of Trust, 59 B.C. Law Review 931 (2018, with Justin Sevier), Professors Kelli Alces Williams and Justin Sevier explore how consumer trust in seller-advisors arises and how it can be manipulated. The article suggests ways legal policy should respond to the ubiquity of seller-advisors and to the consequences of consumer reliance on, and vulnerability to, their advice.


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HANNAH WISEMAN Attorneys’ Title Professor and Associate Dean for Environmental Programs J .D ., Y ALE U NIV E RS ITY , 20 0 7 A.B., D ARTMO U TH CO LLE GE , 20 02

Hydraulic Fracturing: A Guide to Environmental and Real Property Legal Issues (with Keith B. Hall) (American Bar Association 2016) Energy Law Concepts & Insights (with Alexandra B. Klass) (Foundation Press 2016) Stationary Sources, Movable Rules: Intransigence and Innovation under the Clean Air Act, in Building Durability and Flexibility into Long Term Policy: Lessons From the Clean Air Act (Ann Carlson & Dallas Burtraw, editors) (Cambridge University Press 2019) The Environmental Risks of Shale Gas Development and Emerging Regulatory Responses: A U.S. Perspective, in Handbook of Shale Gas Law and Policy (Tina Hunter, editor) (Intersentia 2016) Federalism for the Worst Case (with David Landau & Samuel Wiseman), 105 Iowa L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2020) Rethinking Municipal Corporate Rights, 61 B.C. L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2020)

Professor Hannah Wiseman’s article, Constrained Regulatory Exit in Energy Law, 67 Duke Law Journal 1687 (2018, with Jim Rossi), examines the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s restructuring of wholesale electricity markets and reveals some important institutional features that make regulatory changes in the context of shared federal-state authority, and under federal statutory duties, a rich and difficult problem.


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Fracking as a Test of the Demsetz Property Rights Thesis (with David Dana), 71 Hastings L.J. _ (forthcoming 2020) Food Labeling and the Environment (with Samuel Wiseman), 34 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 1 (2019) Constrained Regulatory Exit in Energy Law (with Jim Rossi), 67 Duke L.J. 1687 (2018) Federal Laboratories of Democracy (with Dave Owen), 52 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 101 (2018) Dysfunctional Delegation, 35 Yale J. on Reg. 233 (2018) Regulatory Triage in a Volatile Political Era, 117 Colum. L. Rev. Online 240 (2017) Unconventional Oil and Gas Spills: Risks, Mitigation Priorities, and State Reporting Requirements (with Lauren A. Patterson & Katherine E. Konschnik), 51 Envtl. Sci. & Tech. 2563 (2017) Unconventional Oil and Gas Spills: Materials, Volumes, and Risks to Surface Waters in Four States of the U.S. (with Kelly Maloney, Sharon Baruch-Mordo & Lauren A. Patterson, et al.), 581-582 Sci. Total Env’t 369 (2017) Expanding the Boundaries of Administrative Constitutionalism: Understanding and Assessing Agencies’ Experimentation with Procedures, 32 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 543 (2017) Hydraulic Fracturing and Legal Frameworks, Oxford Handbooks Online (April 2017), at oxfordhandbooks.com/view/10.1093/ oxfordhb/9780199935352.001.0001/oxfordhb-9780199935352-e32?print=pdf Negotiated Rulemaking and New Risks: A Rail Safety Case Study, 7 Wake Forest J.L. & Pol’y 207 (2016) Disaggregating Preemption in Energy Law, 40 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 293 (2016) Regional Energy Governance and U.S. Carbon Emissions (with Hari M. Osofsky), 43 Ecology L. Q. 143 (2016) Clean Energy Incentives: Risk, Capture, and Federalism, 67 Fla. L. Rev. Forum 161 (2016)


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SAMUEL R. WISEMAN McConnaughhay and Rissman Professor J .D ., Y ALE U NIV E RS ITY , 20 0 7 B.A., Y ALE U NIV E RS ITY , 20 0 3

Federalism for the Worst Case (with David Landau & Hannah Wiseman), 105 Iowa L. Rev. _ (forthcoming 2020) Food Labeling and the Environment (with Hannah Wiseman), 34 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 1 (2019) Bail and Mass Incarceration, 53 Ga. L. Rev 235 (2018) Labeling, Localism, and Animal Welfare, 13 Nw. J.L. & Soc. Pol’y 66 (2018) The Criminal Justice Black Box, 78 Ohio St. L.J. 349 (2017) Fixing Bail, 84 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 417 (2016)

In Federalism for the Worst Case (with David Landau & Hannah Wiseman), 105 Iowa Law Review _ (forthcoming 2020), Professors Samuel Wiseman, David Landau and Hannah Wiseman offer a new, institutionally-focused account of the relationship between federalism and tyranny. They bring to the foreground often-overlooked designs that protect separate structures in the states, like federal inability to remove state officials even during emergency, and shed new light on old doctrinal problems like the anti-commandeering doctrine. The article further highlights a tradeoff between the various costs of U.S. federalism and the significant, unique anti-tyranny protection that it provides during an unlikely but possible democratic emergency.


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MARY ZIEGLER Stearns Weaver Miller Professor J .D ., H ARV ARD U NIV E RS ITY , 20 07 B.A., H ARV ARD CO LLE GE , 20 0 4

Abortion and the Law in America: Roe v. Wade to the Present (Cambridge University Press) (forthcoming 2020) Beyond Abortion: Roe v. Wade and the Battle for Privacy (Harvard University Press 2018) Comment: Young v. UPS, in Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Reproductive Justice (Kim Mutcherson, editor) (Cambridge University Press) (forthcoming 2019) Twentieth Century Legal History, in The History of the Twentieth-Century United States (Routledge 2017) Roe v. Wade, in The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of American History (2017) A Provider’s Right to Choose: A Legal History, in Abortion in Transnational Perspective (Shannon Stetner et al, editors) (Palgrave-Macmillan 2017) Comment: Harris v. McRae, in Feminist Judgments: From Theory to Practice (Linda Berger, Bridget Crawford & Kathy Stanchi, editors) (Cambridge University Press 2016) (continued on next page)

Professor Mary Ziegler has published two books and numerous chapters and articles that examine the legal history of the abortion debate. She is widely quoted in the national and international media for her expertise in the area and has published multiple opinion pieces in outlets including The New York Times and The Washington Post. Her forthcoming book, Abortion and the Law in America: Roe v. Wade to the Present (Cambridge University Press) (forthcoming 2020), studies the legal history that has shaped contemporary constitutional battles about abortion, helping to make sense of the current polarization of the conflict.


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Earned Rights, _ N.Y.U. J.L. & Soc. Change _ (forthcoming 2019) Taming Unworkability Doctrine: Rethinking Stare Decisis, 50 Ariz. St. L.J. 1215 (2018) What is Race?, 50 Conn. L. Rev. 279 (2018) Beyond Balancing: Rethinking the Law of Embryo Disposition, 68 Am. U. L. Rev. 515 (2018) Rethinking an Undue Burden: Whole Woman’s Health’s New Approach to Fundamental Rights, 85 Tenn. L. Rev. 461 (2018) After Life: Governmental Interests and the New Antiabortion Incrementalism, 73 U. Miami L. Rev. 78 (2018) The Jurisprudence of Uncertainty: Knowledge, Science, and Abortion, 2018 Wis. L. Rev. 317 (2018) What is Sexual Orientation?, 106 Ky. L.J. 61 (2018) Some Kind of Punishment: Penalizing Women for Abortion, 26 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 735 (2018) The New Negative Rights: Abortion Funding and Constitutional Law after Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, 96 Neb. L. Rev. 577 (2018) Facing the Facts: The New Era of Abortion Conflict After Whole Woman’s Health, 52 Wake Forest L. Rev. 231 (2018) Liberty and the Politics of Balance: The Undue-Burden Test After Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, 52 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 421 (2017) Substantial Uncertainty: Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt and the Future of Abortion Law, 2016 Sup. Ct. Rev. 77 (2017) The Disability Politics of Abortion, 2017 Utah L. Rev. 587 (2017) Reproducing Rights: Rethinking the Costs of Constitutional Discourse, 28 Yale J.L. & Feminism 103 (2016) The Conservative Magna Carta, 94 N.C. L. Rev. 1653 (2016) Perceiving Orientation: Defining Sexuality After Obgergefell, 23 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol’y 223 (2016)


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the intellectual life at fsu law is extraordinary.

As the nation’s 29th best law school in terms of faculty scholarship, we have a vibrant scholarly community that attracts top legal experts to speak on our campus. During the past two academic years, our faculty enrichment speaker series has been especially rich, with more than 40 presentations. We are honored to have hosted the following esteemed scholars from top law schools to present their work: Michelle Wilde Anderson, Stanford Law School, “The Fight to Save the Town,” March 25, 2019 Vicki L. Been, New York University School of Law, “Supply Skepticism: Housing Supply and Affordability,” October 26, 2017 Omri Ben-Shahar, University of Chicago Law School, “Data Pollution,” November 14, 2018 Joshua A.T. Fairfield, Washington and Lee University School of Law, “The ‘Internet of Things’ is Sending Us Back to the Middle Ages,” September 21, 2017 Katherine Franke, Columbia Law School, “Repair: Redeeming the Promise of Abolition,” September 26, 2018 Mark Gergen, University of California Berkeley School of Law, “Equitable Wrongs in Modern American Law,” November 8, 2018 John C.P. Goldberg, Harvard Law School, “Recognizing Wrongs,” March 1, 2018 David Hoffman, University of Pennsylvania Law School, “Coin-Operated Capitalism,” March 4, 2019 Michael S. Kang, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, “Hyperpartisan Gerrymandering,” March 7, 2019 Nancy J. King, Vanderbilt Law School, “Appeals by the Prosecution,” February 12, 2018

Jennifer E. Laurin, University of Texas School of Law, “Criminal Mass Error and Institutional Design,” March 26, 2019 Nina A. Mendelson, University of Michigan Law School, “Change, Creation, and Unpredictability in Statutory Interpretation: Interpretive Canon Use in the Roberts Court’s First Decade,” October 25, 2018 Thomas Merrill, Columbia Law School, “Legitimate Adjudication,” February 8, 2018 Margaret Jane Radin, University of Michigan Law School, “From Babyselling to Boilerplate: Reflections on the Limits of the Infrastructures of the Market,” April 12, 2018 Richard L. Revesz, New York University School of Law, “Presidential Transitions and Regulatory Policy: Reconceptualizing the Executive Branch,” February 7, 2019 Barak D. Richman, Duke University School of Law, “Stateless Commerce,” January 29, 2018 Paul H. Robinson, University of Pennsylvania Law School, “Democratizing Criminal Law: Feasibility, Utility, and the Challenge of Social Change,” February 15, 2018 Jim Rossi, Vanderbilt Law School, “Energy Exactions,” November 9, 2017 Arden Rowell, University of Illinois College of Law, “Legal Rules, Beliefs, and Aspirations,” October 5, 2017


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