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Our faculty aren't just professors who care about teaching the next generation of lawyers. They're also frequently-cited subject matter experts and thought leaders who are up-to-date with current legal trends.

In the News & in the World

 

September

August

 July

June

  • Associate Professor Clint Wallace presented his article, "Administering Taxes Democratically?," at the Association for Mid-Career Tax Professors.  The article, co-written with 2019 alumnus Jeff Blaylock, is forthcoming in the Temple Law Review. The paper was also the focus of a recent commentary in Tax Notes (subscription required).
  • Professor Josh Eagle is serving on a research committee that is working to address access to mixed-use fisheries across the country. The study, originally mandated by Congress in 2018, is being carried out by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 
  • Associate Professor Bryant Walker Smith explains how Jeff Bezos has turned our home Wi-Fi into his free network using our smart devices on the Legal Talk Today podcast.
  • Ray Taylor Fair Professor of Law Ned Snow, recently published two articles: "Barring Immoral Speech in Patent and Copyright," in the SMU Law Review, and "Moral Bars to Intellectual Property: Theory & Apologetics," in the UCLA Entertainment Law Review
  • Associate professor Etienne Toussaint presented his work-in-progress, "The Idignity of Food Swamps," at the AALS Section on Poverty Law during the 2021 Summer Poverty Law Workshop.
  • Associate Dean for the Law Library Duncan Alford spoke to students from countries across Europe participating in the Civic Engagement for the Study of U.S. Institutes at UofSC about Federalism and U.S. Law: A Comparison with European Legal Systems.
  • Associate professor Shelley Welton authored "A Long-Awaited Participatory Revolution in Energy Regulation," published in The Regulatory Review, which identifies whom the FERC should seek to engage and how. 
  • Associate professor Etienne Toussaint presented his article "Black to the Future – A Conversation About Policing and the First Amendment" at Harvard Law.
  • Associate professor Shelley Welton discussed whether the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) should be held accountable to communities and the environment on Penn Law's Kleinman Energy Policy Now podcast.
  • Associate professor Aparna Polavarapu gave a TED talk at Tufts University.
  • Professor Josh Gupta-Kagan authored "Beyond 'Children Are Different': The Revolution in Juvenile Intake and Sentencing," which was published in the Washington Law Review.

May

April

  • Vice Dean Karen Reagan Britton served on the 50th Anniversary Commission for the National Association for Law Placement, and her article on the evolution of roles in law firms and law school recruitment was part of the celebratory series published in the NALP Bulletin. 
  • Elisabeth Beal and Elizabeth Crane, respectively the director & associate director of the Office of Career & Professional Development, presented at the annual National Association for Law Placement education conference. 
  • Associate professor Seth Stoughton's experience  as an expert witness in the trial of Derek Chauvin is detailed in the National Law Journal.

March

  • Associate professor Bryant Walker Smith co-authored "From driverless dilemmas to more practical commonsense tests for automated vehicles", published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
  • Professor Jesse Cross's article "The Congressional Bureaucracy" was cited by Judge Boasberg in Braun v. United States (D.D.C. Mar. 8, 2021). 
  • Reference Librarian Eve Ross was elected treasurer of the Southeastern Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries. 

February

  • Madalyn Wasilczuk, professor and director of the Criminal Practice Clinic, was quoted in this Pulitzer Prize-winning series from The Marshall Project.

 

Recent & Forthcoming Faculty Scholarship

(organized by topic)
Jesse Cross

Jesse M. Cross

Assistant Professor of Law

Disaggregating Legislative Intent, 90 FORDHAM LAW REVIEW __ (forthcoming 2021).

Legislative History in the Modern Congress, 57 HARVARD JOURNAL ON LEGISLATION 91 (2020).

The Congressional Bureaucracy, 168 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW REVIEW 1541 (2020) (with Abbe Gluck).

The Staffer's Error Doctrine, 56 HARVARD JOURNAL ON LEGISLATION 83 (2019).

When Courts Should Ignore Statutory Text, 26 GEORGE MASON LAW REVIEW 453 (2019).

Ann Eisenberg

Ann M. Eisenberg

Associate Professor of Law

Economic Regulation and Rural America, 98 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW __ (forthcoming 2021). [SSRN]

Bryant Walker Smith

Bryant Walker Smith

Associate Professor of Law

From Driverless Dilemmas to More Practical Commonsense Tests for Automated Vehicles, PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, 2021 (with Julian De Freitas, Andrea Censi, Luigi Di Lillo, Sam E. Anthony, and Emilio Frazzoli). [LINK]

How Reporters Can Evaluate Automated Driving Announcements, 2020 JOURNAL OF LAW AND MOBILITY 1 (2020). [SSRN]

Ethics of Artificial Intelligence in Transport, in THE OXFORD HANDBOOK OF ETHICS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (2020). [SSRN]

New Technologies and Old Treaties, 114 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INTERANATIONAL LAW UNBOUND 152 (2020). [SSRN]

It's Not the Robot's Fault! Russian and American Perspectives on Responsibility for Robot Harms, 30 DUKE JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL LAW 134 (2019) (with Andrey Neznamov). [LINK]

Duncan Alford

 Duncan Alford

 Associate Dean for the Law Library and Professor of Law

The Operation of Supervisory Colleges in EU Banking Supervision: A Case Study of Soft Law Becoming Hard Law54 INTERNATIONAL LAWYER __ (2021).

Central Bank Independence: Recent Innovation in Human History, 136 BANKING LAW JOURNAL  553 (2019).

The Operation of Supervisory Colleges after the Single Supervisory Mechanism of the European Banking Union, 136 BANKING LAW JOURNAL 65 (2019)

Jaclyn Cherry

Jaclyn A. Cherry

Professor of Law

Nonprofit Governance: Who Should Be Watching? A Look at State, Federal and Dual Regulation, 13 OHIO STATE BUSINESS LAW JOURNAL 145 (2019). [SSRN]

Susan Kuo

Susan S. Kuo

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs; Professor of Law and Class of 1969 Chair for Teaching Excellence

A Corporate Law Rationale for Reparations, 62 BOSTON COLLEGE LAW REVIEW __ (forthcoming 2021) (with Benjamin Means).

Benjamin Means

 Benjamin Means

Professor of Law

A Corporate Law Rationale for Reparations, 62 BOSTON COLLEGE LAW REVIEW __ (forthcoming 2021) (with Susan Kuo).

Entrepreneurial Action in Family-Controlled Companies, in THE HANDBOOK ON LAW AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE UNITED STATES (D. Gordon Smith, Brian Broughman & Christine Hurt eds.) (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2021).

The Value of Insider Control, 60 WILLIAM & MARY LAW REVIEW 891 (2019). [SSRN]

Josh Gupta-Kagan

Josh Gupta-Kagan

Professor of Law

Beyond "Children Are Different": The Revolution in Juvenile Intake and Sentencing, __ WASHINGTON LAW REVIEW __ (forthcoming, 2021).

America’s Hidden Foster Care System, 72 STANFORD LAW REVIEW 841 (2020).

Reevaluating School Searches Following School-to-Prison Pipeline Reforms, 87 FORDHAM LAW REVIEW 2013 (2019). [SSRN]

lisa martin

Lisa V. Martin

Assistant Professor of Law

Modernizing Capacity Doctrine, __ FLORIDA LAW REVIEW __ (forthcoming, 2021).

Litigation as Parenting, 95 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 442 (2020). 

No Right to Counsel, No Access Without: The Poor Child’s Unconstitutional Catch-22, 71 FLORIDA LAW REVIEW 831 (2019). [SSRN]

Marcia Yablon-Zug

Marcia A. Yablon-Zug

Professor of Law

ICWA’s Irony, 45 AMERICAN INDIAN LAW REVIEW (2021) (peer reviewed).

ICWA Downunder: Exploring the Costs and Benefits of Enacting an Australian Version of the United States' Indian Child Welfare Act, 33 CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FAMILY LAW 161 (2020).

ICWA International: The Benefits and Dangers of Enacting ICWA Type Legislation in Non-U.S. Jurisdictions, 97 DENVER LAW REVIEW 205 (2019).

Jesse Cross

Jesse M. Cross

Assistant Professor of Law

Rethinking Sovereignty: The Conflicts Revolution in Personal Jurisdiction, 105 MINNESOTA LAW REVIEW 679 (2020).

Colin Miller

Colin Miller

Associate Dean for Faculty Development; Thomas H. Pope Professor of Law in Trial Advocacy

SOUTH CAROLINA CIVIL PROCEDURE 4th ed. (South Carolina Bar Association, 2020) (with Joel Samuels)

Joel Samuels

Joel Samuels

Professor of Law and Director, Rule of Law Collaborative

SOUTH CAROLINA CIVIL PROCEDURE 4th ed. (South Carolina Bar Association, 2020)(with Colin Miller)

Jesse Cross

Jesse M. Cross

Assistant Professor of Law

Rethinking Sovereignty: The Conflicts Revolution in Personal Jurisdiction, 105 MINNESOTA LAW REVIEW 679 (2020).

AMERICAN CONFLICTS OF LAW: CASES AND MATERIALS (with Robert Felix, Ralph Whitten & Rich Seamon) (2020).

Thomas Crocker

Thomas P. Crocker

N. Heyward Clarkson Professor of Law

The Fourth Amendment at Home, 96 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 167 (2020).

OVERCOMING NECESSITY: EMERGENCY, CONSTRAINT, AND THE MEANINGS OF AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONALISM (Yale University Press, 2020).

Seth Stoughton

Seth Stoughton

Associate Professor of Law

How the Fourth Amendment Frustrates the Regulation of Police Violence, 70 EMORY LAW JOURNAL 521 (2021).

EVALUATING POLICE USES OF FORCE (NYU Press, 2020).

Colin Miller

Colin Miller

Associate Dean for Faculty Development; Thomas H. Pope Professor of Law in Trial Advocacy

Reciprocal Immunity, __ INDIANA LAW JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT __ (forthcoming, 2021).

Why States Must Consider Innocence Claims After Guilty Pleas, 10 U.C. IRVINE LAW REVIEW 671 (2020).

The Right to Evidence of Innocence Before Pleading Guilty, 53 U.C. DAVIS LAW REVIEW 271 (2019).

Aparna Polavarapu

Aparna Polavarapu

Associate Professor of Law

Global Carceral Feminism and Domestic Violence: What the West Can Learn from Reconciliation in Uganda, 42 HARVARD JOURNAL OF LAW & GENDER 123 (2019). [SSRN]

Wadie Said

Wadie E. Said

Professor of Law

Law Enforcement in the American Security State, 2019 WISCONSIN LAW REVIEW 819 (2019).

Terrorism Prosecutions, Material Support, and Islamophobia, 40 COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF SOUTH ASIA, AFRICA, AND THE MIDDLE EAST 243 (2020).

Susan Kuo

Susan S. Kuo

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs; Professor of Law and Class of 1969 Chair for Teaching Excellence

THE CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOK OF DISASTER LAW: RISK, RECOVERY, AND REDEVELOPMENT __ (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming, 2021) (with John T. Marshall and Ryan M. Rowberry).

Derek Black

Derek Black

Professor of Law and Ernest F. Hollings Chair in Constitutional Law

Freedom, Democracy, and the Right to Education, 116 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW (forthcoming 2021).

SCHOOLHOUSE BURNING: PUBLIC EDUCATION AND THE ASSAULT ON AMERICAN DEMOCRACY (Public Affairs Press, 2020).

Educational Gerrymandering: Money, Motives, and Constitutional Rights, 94 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 1385 (2019).

The Right to Education, Equal Opportunity, and the Schoolhouse Gate, 128 YALE LAW JOURNAL 2302 (2019) (review essay with Michelle Adams).

The Fundamental Right to Education, 94 NOTRE DAME LAW REVIEW 1059 (2019).

Claire Raj

Claire S. Raj

Associate Professor of Law

The Lost Promise of Disability Rights, 119 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW __(forthcoming 2021)

The Promise and Peril of Using Disability Law as a Tool for School Reform, 94 WASHINGTON LAW REVIEW 1831 (2019).

Coerced Choice: School Vouchers and Students with Disabilities, 68 EMORY LAW JOURNAL 1037 (2019).

Emily Suski

 Emily Suski

Assistant Professor of Law

Subverting Title IX, 105 MINNESOTA LAW REVIEW __(forthcoming 2021).

The Title IX Paradox, 108 CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 1147 (2020).

The School Civil Rights Vacuum, 66 UCLA LAW REVIEW 720 (2019).

Shelley Welton

Shelley Welton

Associate Professor of Law

Rethinking Grid Governance for the Climate Change Era, 109 CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW __(forthcoming 2021) [SSRN]

Decarbonization in Democracy, 67 UCLA LAW REVIEW 56 (2020).

Revamping Public Energy, in DEBATING THE PUBLIC OPTION (Anne Alstott & Ganesh Sitaraman eds., Cambridge Univ. Press, forthcoming 2020)

Clean Energy Justice: Charting an Emerging Agenda, 43 HARVARD ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW 307 (2019) (with Joel Eisen). [SSRN]

Josh Eagle

Josh Eagle

Solomon Blatt Professor of Law

OCEAN AND COASTAL RESOURCES LAW, 3d ed. (2020) (with Shi-Ling Hsu).

Ann Eisenberg

Ann M. Eisenberg

Associate Professor of Law

Economic Regulation and Rural America, 98 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW __ (forthcoming 2021). [SSRN]

Rural Communities and Disaster Recovery, in THE CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOK OF DISASTER LAW: RISK, RECOVERY, AND REDEVELOPMENT (Susan Kuo, John T. Marshall, and Ryan M. Rowberry eds.) (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2021).

Distributive Justice and Rural America, 61 BOSTON COLLEGE LAW REVIEW 189 (2020). [SSRN]

 Just Transitions, 92 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 2 (2019). [SSRN]

David Linnan

David K. Linnan

Associate Professor of Law

COVID 19 Versus Climate Change Impacts: Lesson Learned During the Pandemic, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE FACULTY OF LAW LEGAL STUDIES WORKING PAPER SERIES (2020) (with Linda Yanti Sulistiawati). [SSRN]

Nathan Richardson

Nathan Richardson

Associate Professor of Law

The Rise and Fall of Clean Air Act Climate Policy, 10 MICHIGAN JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW 1 (2020).

Shelley Welton

Shelley Welton

Associate Professor of Law

Rethinking Grid Governance for the Climate Change Era, 109 CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW __(forthcoming 2021) [SSRN]

Making Federalism Work: Lessons from Health Care to the Green New Deal, __ UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND LAW REVIEW __ (forthcoming 2021) (with Jesse Cross).

Decarbonization in Democracy, 67 UCLA LAW REVIEW 56 (2020).

Revamping Public Energy, in DEBATING THE PUBLIC OPTION (Anne Alstott & Ganesh Sitaraman eds., Cambridge Univ. Press, forthcoming 2020)

Clean Energy Justice: Charting an Emerging Agenda, 43 HARVARD ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW 307 (2019) (with Joel Eisen). [SSRN]

Jesse Cross

Jesse M. Cross

Assistant Professor of Law

Making Federalism Work: Lessons from Health Care to the Green New Deal, __ UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND LAW REVIEW __ (forthcoming 2021) (with Shelley Welton).

David Linnan

David K. Linnan

Associate Professor of Law

COVID 19 Versus Climate Change Impacts: Lesson Learned During the Pandemic, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE FACULTY OF LAW LEGAL STUDIES WORKING PAPER SERIES (2020) (with Linda Yanti Sulistiawati). [SSRN]

Clinton Wallace

Clinton Wallace

Assistant Professor of Law

Equitable Health Savings Accounts, 56 HARVARD JOURNAL ON LEGISLATION 395 (2019) (with Samuel Estreicher).

Marcia Yablon-Zug

Marcia A. Yablon-Zug

Professor of Law

ICWA’s Irony, 45 AMERICAN INDIAN LAW REVIEW __(forthcoming, 2021) (peer reviewed).

ICWA Downunder: Exploring the Costs and Benefits of Enacting an Australian Version of the United States' Indian Child Welfare Act, 33 CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FAMILY LAW 161 (2020).

ICWA International: The Benefits and Dangers of Enacting ICWA Type Legislation in Non-U.S. Jurisdictions, 97 DENVER LAW REVIEW 205 (2019).

Ned Snow

Ned Snow

Ray Taylor Fair Professor of Law

Immoral Trademarks After Brunetti, 58 HOUSTON LAW REVIEW 2 (2020).

Fair Use in Sayre v. Moore: A reply to Oracle, 2020 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW ONLINE 284 (2020).

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: A SURVEY OF THE LAW, 2d Ed (Carolina Academic Press 2020). [LINK]

PATENT LAW: FUNDAMENTALS OF DOCTRINE AND POLICY (with Daniel H. Brean) (Carolina Academic Press 2020). [LINK]

Who Decides Fair Use — Judge or Jury?, 94 WASHINGTON LAW REVIEW 275 (2019). [SSRN]

Aparna Polavarapu

Aparna Polavarapu

Associate Professor of Law

Without Land, Without Justice: How Women's Lack of Land Rights Impedes Access to Justice, in GENDER, POVERTY AND ACCESS TO JUSTICE: POLICY IMPLEMENTATION IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA (2020).

Global Carceral Feminism and Domestic Violence: What the West Can Learn from Reconciliation in Uganda, 42 HARVARD JOURNAL OF LAW & GENDER 123 (2019). [SSRN]

 
David Linnan

David K. Linnan

Associate Professor of Law

KATA BERSAMA ANTARA MUSLIM DAN KRISTEN: TEORI DAN APLIKAS (Gadjah Mada University Press, 2019) (with Waleed El-Ansary, Harkristuti Harkrisnowo, Siti Ruhaini Dzuhayatin and Paripurna P Sugard). [LINK]

Ann Eisenberg

Ann M. Eisenberg

Associate Professor of Law

 Just Transitions, 92 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 2 (2019). [SSRN]

Joseph Seiner

Joseph Seiner

Oliver Ellsworth Professor of Federal Practice

THE VIRTUAL WORKPLACE: DEFINING EMPLOYMENT IN THE MODERN ECONOMY (Cambridge University Press, 2021).

Platform Pleading, 93 WASHINGTON LAW REVIEW 1947 (2019).

The Discrimination Presumption, 94 NOTRE DAME LAW REVIEW 1115 (2019).

Harassment, Technology, and the Modern Worker, 18 EMPLOYEE RIGHTS AND EMPLOYMENT POLICY JOURNAL 85 (2019).

EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION: PROCEDURE, PRINCIPLES & PRACTICE, 2d Ed (Aspen Publishers 2019).

Elizabeth Chambliss

Elizabeth Chambliss

Henry Harman Edens Professor of Law and Director, NMRS Center on Professionalism

Afterword, in MODERNISING LEGAL EDUCATION (Catrina Denvir, ed., Cambridge University Press 2020).

Evidence-Based Lawyer Regulation, 97 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 297 (2019).

Marketing Legal Assistance, 148 DAEDALUS 98 (2019). [LINK]

Lisa Eichhorn

Lisa A. Eichhorn

Professor of Law and Director of Legal Writing

Declaring, Exploring, Instructing, and (Wait for It) Joking: Tonal Variation in Majority Opinions, 18 LEGAL COMMUNICATION AND RHETORIC __ (forthcoming 2021).

Heated Debate and the Frozen Trucker: Argument Schemes in Judicial Opinions Reviewing Agency Interpretations of Statutes, in PROCEEDINGS OF THE NINTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF ARGUMENTATION 319 (Bart Garssen et al. eds., 2019).

Wadie Said

Wadie E. Said

Professor of Law

The Destabilizing Effect of Terrorism in the International Human Rights Regime, 67 UCLA LAW REVIEW __ (forthcoming  2021).

Empire, Emergency and International Law 25 JOURNAL OF CONFLICT AND SECURITY LAW 599 (2020) (with John Reynolds) (book review). 

Terrorism Prosecutions, Material Support, and Islamophobia, 40 COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF SOUTH ASIA, AFRICA, AND THE MIDDLE EAST 243 (2020).

Jaclyn Cherry

Jaclyn A. Cherry

Professor of Law

UNDERSTANDING NONPROFIT AND TAX EXEMPT ORGANIZATIONS, 3d ed. (Carolina Academic Press, forthcoming 2021).

Chapters in the SC NONPROFIT CORPORATE MANUAL 3d ed. (South Carolina Bar Association, forthcoming 2021).

Nonprofit Governance: Who Should Be Watching? A Look at State, Federal and Dual Regulation, 13 OHIO STATE BUSINESS LAW JOURNAL 145 (2019). [SSRN]

Wadie Said

Wadie E. Said

Professor of Law

Law Enforcement in the American Security State, 2019 WISCONSIN LAW REVIEW 819 (2019).

Seth Stoughton

Seth Stoughton

Associate Professor of Law

How the Fourth Amendment Frustrates the Regulation of Police Violence, 70 EMORY LAW JOURNAL 521 (2021).

Policing Suspicion: A Continuum from a Hunch to Scientific Certainty __ JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW AND CRIMINOLOGY __ (forthcoming 2021).

The Regulation of Police Violence, in CRITICAL ISSUES IN POLICING (Waveland Press, 2020).

EVALUATING POLICE USES OF FORCE (NYU Press, 2020).

ladson boyle

F. Ladson Boyle

Charles E. Simons, Jr. Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Federal Law

The Uniform Basis Rules and Terminating Interests in Trusts Early, 55 REAL PROPERTY, TRUST, AND ESTATE JOURNAL 1 (2020) (with Howard M. Zaritsky and D. Ryan Wallace).

The Secure Act, Trusts, Corporations, and CRTs, 47 ESTATE PLANNING 24 (2020).

Aparna Polavarapu

Aparna Polavarapu

Associate Professor of Law

Global Carceral Feminism and Domestic Violence: What the West Can Learn from Reconciliation in Uganda, 42 HARVARD JOURNAL OF LAW & GENDER 123 (2019). [SSRN]

Susan Kuo

Susan S. Kuo

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs; Professor of Law and Class of 1969 Chair for Teaching Excellence

A Corporate Law Rationale for Reparations, 62 BOSTON COLLEGE LAW REVIEW __ (forthcoming, 2021) (with Benjamin Means).

Benjamin Means

 Benjamin Means

Professor of Law

A Corporate Law Rationale for Reparations, 62 BOSTON COLLEGE LAW REVIEW __ (forthcoming, 2021) (with Susan Kuo).

Tessa Davis

 Tessa R. Davis

Associate Professor of Law

Freezing the Future: Elective Egg Freezing and the Limits of Medical Expense Deduction, 107 KENTUCKY LAW JOURNAL 373 (2019) . [SSRN

Clinton Wallace

Clinton Wallace

 Assistant Professor of Law

Tax Policy and Our Democracy, 118 MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW 1233 (2020) (book review)

The Troubling Case of the Unlimited Pass-Through Deduction, 88 UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW REVIEW ONLINE (2020).

Equitable Health Savings Accounts, 55 HARVARD JOURNAL ON LEGISLATION 395 (2019) (with Samuel Estreicher).

THE INDIVIDUAL TAX BASE: CASES, PROBLEMS, AND POLICIES IN FEDERAL TAXATION (3d ed.,West American Casebook Series 2019) (with Laurie L. Malman & Linda F. Sugin)

David Owen

David Owen

 Carolina Distinguished Professor of Law Emeritus

PRODUCTS LIABILITY AND SAFETY--CASES AND MATERIALS (with Mary J. Davis) (8th ed. 2020).

OWEN & DAVIS ON PRODUCTS LIABILITY (with Mary J. Davis) (4th ed. Supp. 2020).


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