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September 2018 Law Faculty Publications & News

Throughout the month of September, the Law Library received alerts for full-time TTU Law Faculty publications and news. Below is a compilation of those daily alerts for September 1 to September 30, 2018.

Books

  1. Gerald S. Reamey & Charles P. Bubany, Texas Criminal Procedure (12th ed. 2018).

Op-Ed

  1. Arnold Loewy & Charles Moster, It’s Debatable: Should the president pardon his former campaign adviser Manafort?, Lubbock Avalanche-J (Sept. 24, 2018 at 4:14 p.m.), http://www.lubbockonline.com/news/20180924/its-debatable-should-president-pardon-his-former-campaign-adviser-manafort.

Articles

  1. Gerry W. Beyer, Keeping Current—Probate, 32 Prob. & Prop. 31 (2018).
  1. Gerry W. Beyer, An Estate Planner’s Guide to the Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act, Est. Plan. Dev. for Tex. Prof., Aug. 2018, at 1.

Citations

  1. Prof. Loewy’s article Rethinking Government Neutrality Towards Religion Under the Establishment Clause: The Untapped Potential of Justice O’Connor’s Insight is cited in the following article: John M. Bickers, False Facts and Holy War: How the Supreme Court’s Establishment Clause Cases Fuel Religious Conflict, 51 Ind. L. Rev. 305 (2018).
  1. Prof. Humphrey’s article Two-Stepping Around a Minor’s Constitutional Right to Abortion is cited in the following article: Haley Hawkins, Clearly Unconvincing: How Heightened Evidentiary Standards in Judicial Bypass Hearings Create an Undue Burden Under Whole Woman’s Health, 67 Am. U.L. Rev. 1911 (2018).
  1. Prof. Camp’s article The Failure of Adversarial Process in the Administrative State is cited in the following article: Nina Olson, The IRS Might Recover EITC Using its Newly Discovered Post-Processing Math Error Authority, but is it Constitutional?, TaxConnections (Sept. 14, 2018), https://www.taxconnections.com/taxblog/the-irs-might-recover-eitc-using-its-newly-discovered-post-processing-math-error-authority-but-is-it-constitutional/#.W5_YKPZFy3w.
  1. Prof. Brie Sherwin’s article Pride and Prejudice and Administrative Zombies: How Economic Woes, Outdated Environmental Regulations, and State Exceptionalism Failed Flint, Michigan is cited in the following article: Moriah Schmidt, Don’t Drink the Water: Why the Safe Drinking Water Act Failed Flint, 19 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 219 (2018).
  1. Prof. Beyer’s article Will Contests—Prediction and Prevention is cited in the following article: Joseph A. Romano, No “Dead Giveaways”: Finding A Viable Model of Ante-Mortem Probate for New Jersey, 48 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1683 (2018).
  1. Prof. Casto’s book Foreign Affairs and the Constitution in the Age of the Fighting Sail is cited in the following article: Scott Ingram, Replacing the “Sword of War” with the “Scales of Justice”: Henfield’s Case and the Origins of Lawfare in the United States, 9 J. Nat’l Security L. & Pol’y 483 (2018).
  1. Prof. Casto’s article The Federal Courts’ Protective Jurisdiction over Torts Committed in Violation of the Law of Nations is cited in the following article: Oona A. Hathaway et. al., War Manifestos, 85 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1139 (2018).
  1. Prof. Casto’s article The First Congress’s Understanding of Its Authority over the Federal Courts’ Jurisdiction is cited in the following article: Daniel D. Birk, The Common-Law Exceptions Clause: Congressional Control of Supreme Court Appellate Jurisdiction in Light of British Precedent, 63 Vill. L. Rev. 189 (2018).
  1. Prof. Baker’s article 2018: A Legal Research Odyssey: Artificial Intelligence as Disruptor is cited in the following article: Jamie Pamela Rasmussen, Horseless Carriages with Buggy-Whip Holders: The Failure of Legal Citation Reform in the 1990s, 110 Law Libr. J. 221 (2018).
  1. Prof. Baker’s article 2018: A Legal Research Odyssey: Artificial Intelligence as Disruptor is cited in the following article: Annalee Hickman Moser & Felicity Murphy, The Reference Assistant, 110 Law Libr. J. 59 (2018).
  1. Prof. Casto’s book Foreign Affairs and the Constitution in the Age of the Fighting Sail is cited in the following article: David M. Golove & Daniel J. Hulsebosch, The Law of Nations and the Constitution: An Early Modern Perspective, 106 Geo. L.J. 1593 (2018).
  1. Prof. Casto’s book Foreign Affairs and the Constitution in the Age of the Fighting Sail is cited in the following article: John Harrison, The Constitution and the Law of Nations, 106 Geo. L.J. 1659 (2018).
  1. Prof. James’s article No Help for the Helpless: How the Law has Failed to Serve and Protect Persons Suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease is cited in the following article: Trevor Ryan & Wendy Bonython, Whose Fault in an Aging World?: Comparing Dementia-Related Tort Liability in Common Law and Civil Law Jurisdictions, 27 Wash. Int’l. L.J. 407 (2018).

Quotes

  1. President of 1A FAR Prof. Brian Shannon was quoted in the following article: 1,199 with Undergraduate Degrees Playing Football This Season, Nat’l Football Found. (Sept. 5, 2018), https://footballfoundation.org/news/2018/9/4/1-187-with-undergraduate-degrees-playing-football-this-season.aspx.
  1. Prof. Camp is quoted in the following article: Peter J. Reilly, Facade Easement Deduction Not Allowed- Not Real Property Interest and Not Perpetual, Forbes (Sept. 14, 2018 6:55 a.m.), https://www.forbes.com/sites/peterjreilly/2018/09/14/facade-easement-deduction-not-allowed-not-real-property-interest-and-not-perpetual/#2b664e361f97.

News

  1. On September 4th, Professor Alyson Drake presented on a panel at the Texas Tech main campus library entitled Government and Legal Information: Official and Authoritative Sources for Research. As Prof. Drake oft reminds us, You Can’t Write Without Research.
  1. On September 6th, Professor Robert Sherwin delivered a presentation to the 2018 Judicial Education Conference in Houston, Texas. The presentation was entitled Recent Developments in Anti-SLAPP Litigation. Read Prof. Sherwin’s most recent scholarship on the topic of anti-SLAPP statutes here.
  1. On September 9th, Professor Tracy Pearl discussed the Senate confirmation hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court on the television program Talking Points with Bryan Mudd. Talking Points airs each Sunday morning at 11:30 a.m., and video of Prof. Pearl’s appearance can be found here.
  1. On September 19th, Professor Gerry W. Beyer spoke in Anchorage, Alaska at the Estate & Tax Planning CLE sponsored by the Alaska Chapter of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. Prof. Beyer’s innovative presentation and accompanying article were entitled Planning to Avoid Will/Trust Contests, Including Alaska’s Pre-Mortem Probate Statute.
  1. Global information provider Wolters Kluwer has spotlighted Professor Eric Chiappinelli on its website this month. In a brief interview, we learn about his influences, motivations, and love of learning and teaching. Read the interview (and learn from his sage advice) here.
  1. On September 28th, Professor Tracy Pearl presented at Northwestern University’s Second Annual Junior Faculty Forum for Law and STEM in Chicago, IL. The talk was entitled Compensation at the Crossroads: Autonomous Vehicles & Alternative Victim Compensation Schemes. You can read Prof. Pearl’s paper, Fast & Furious: The Misregulation of Driverless Cars, here.

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