News and Reports for January 2015
The library will be offering two research training sessions for new faculty research assistants this spring. In this training, research assistants will learn about library services and policies and will gain an introduction to our databases and best research practices.
The sessions will be held at the following dates/times in the Computer Learning Center (CLC) in the Williams Law Library:
- Wednesday, February 4, 3:30pm-4:30pm
- Tuesday, February 10, 12:00pm-1:00pm
Research assistants may register to attend by contacting Morgan Stoddard, Research Services Librarian, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your Publications from 2014 to date.
Judith C. Areen
Hope M. Babcock
Hope M. Babcock, How the Supreme Court Uses the Certiorari Process in the Ninth Circuit To Further Its Pro-Business Agenda: A Strange Pas de Deux with an Unfortunate Coda, 41 Ecology L.Q. 653-682 (2014). [L] [W]
Peter B. Edelman
Peter B. Edelman, Why Is It So Hard to End Poverty in America?, Hum. Rts., Aug. 2014, at 2-5. [W]
Heidi Li Feldman
Lawrence O. Gostin
Victoria F. Nourse
Louis Michael Seidman
Howard A. Shelanski
Howard A. Shelanski & Ioannis Kokkoris, EU Merger Control: A Legal and Economic Analysis (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2014). [BOOK]
Forthcoming Works - Journal Articles & Working Papers
David A. Super
Forthcoming Works - Book Chapters and Collected Works
Rebecca Tushnet, The Romantic Author and the Romance Writer: Resisting Gendered Concepts of Creativity, in Diversity in Intellectual Property (Irene Calboli & Srividhya Ragavan eds., Cambridge University Press forthcoming). [SSRN] [Gtown Law]