- Prof. Brian D. Shannon, Opinion: Executing Scott Panetti would be an appalling injustice, Austin American-Statesman (Oct. 22, 2022). https://www.statesman.com/story/opinion/columns/your-voice/2022/10/22/opinion-executing-scott-panetti-would-be-an-appalling-injustice/69581019007/
- Prof. Victoria Sutton, Handbook on Energy, Law & Ethics (2022).
- Prof. Gerry W. Beyer, Estate Planning and Probate Law, 85 Tex. B.J. 926 (2022).
- Prof. Gerry W. Beyer, Keeping Up With the Courts, HERITAGE AUCTIONS J., Winter 2023, at 24.
- Prof. Gerry W. Beyer, An Estate Planning Potpourri, EST. PLAN. DEV. TEX. PROF., Nov. 2022, at 1.
- Prof. Jarod S. Gonzalez, Solving Fair Labor Standards Act Collective Action Law, 58 Tulsa L. Rev. 45 (2022).
- Prof. Victoria Sutton, Native America: Universities as Quasi-cities, Sovereignty and the Power to Name, 11 American Indian L.J. 1 (2022).
- Prof. Richard Murphy’s article Can They Do That? The Due Process and Article III Problems of Proposed Findings of Criminal Contempt in Bankruptcy Courts was cited in the following publication: Hon. Joan N. Feeney, Hon. Michael G. Williamson, et al., 1 Bankrupt. Law. Manual, § 2:23 (5th ed.).
- Prof. Arnold H. Loewy’s article Freedom of Speech as a Product of Democracy was cited in the following article: Hanna Diamond, The Sixth Circuit Joins the Split: Higher Education Freedom of Speech and the Breadth of Academic Freedom Remain in Limbo, 12 Wake Forest L. Rev. Online 111 (2022).
- Prof. Richard W. Murphy’s article Punitive Damages, Explanatory Verdicts, and the Hard Look was cited in the following publication: Lawrence G. Certrulo, 1 Toxic Torts Litigation Guide § 4:32 (2022).
- Prof. Richard W. Murphy’s article Eight Things Americans Can’t Figure Out About Controlling Administrative Power was cited in the following article: Youssef Mohamed, Here’s Your Number, Now Please Wait in Line: The Asylum Backlog, Federal Court Litigation, and Artificial Intelligence in Agency Adjudication, 89 U. Chi. L. Rev. 2013 (2022).
- Prof. Richard Murphy’s chapter in Admin. Law & Prac. was cited in the following publication: Kent Hull, Judicial Review of Administrative Orders: A More Active Function for Indiana Courts?, 66 Res Gestae 12 (2022).
- Prof. William Casto’s article The Supreme Court in the Early Republic: The Chief Justiceships of John Jay and Oliver Ellsworth was cited in the following article: Thomas P. Schmidt, Courts in Conversation, 2022 Mich. St. L. Rev. 411 (2022).
- Prof. Patrick Metze’s article Plugging the School to Prison Pipeline by Addressing Cultural Racism in Public Education Discipline was cited in the following article: Bernard James, Restorative Justice Liability: School Discipline Reform and the Right to Safe Schools, 51 U. Mem. L. Rev. 557 (2021).
- Prof. Richard Murphy’s article Tax Havens: How Globalization Really Works was cited in the following article: Martin W. Sybblis, Equality Offshore, 63 B.C.L. Rev. 2667 (2022).
- Prof. Brie Sherwin’s article The Upside Down: A New Reality for Science at the EPA and Its Impact on Environmental Justice was cited in the following article: Allison M. Whelan, Executive Capture of Agency Decisionmaking, 75 Vand. L. Rev. 1787 (2022).
- Prof. Richard D. Rosen’s article Deterring Previability Abortions in Texas Through Private Lawsuits was cited in the following article: Jennifer A. Brobst, Perilous Private Enforcement Strategies: From Posses and Citizen’s Arrest to Texas Heartbeat Statutes, 14 ConLawNOW 11 (2022).
- Prof. Richard W. Murphy’s article Separation of Powers and the Horizontal Force if Precedent was cited in the following article: Kevin C. Amici, A Move in the Bright Direction: Why Congress has the Power to Bring the Docket Out of the Shadows, 53 Seton Hall L. Rev. 643 (2022).
- Prof. Arnold H. Loewy’s article Cops, Cars, and Citizens: Fixing the Broken Balance was cited in the following article: Henry Patrick, South Dakota v. Opperman: An Analysis of how: Inventory Searches are Unreasonable under the Fourth Amendment, Int’l Soc. Sci. Rev. (Sep. 1, 2022).
- Prof. William R. Casto’s article The Federal Court’s Protective Jurisdiction over Torts Committed in Violation of the Law of Nations was cited in the following article: Tyler R. Giannini, Living with History: Will the Alien Tort Statute Become a Badge of Shame or Badge of Honor?, 132 Yale L.J. Forum 814 (2022).
- Dean Jack Wade Nowlin’sarticle The Judicial Restraint Amendment: Populist Constitutional reform in the Spirit of the Bill of Rights was cited in the following article: Brooks M. Chupp, “A Sword in the Bed”: Bringing an End to the Fusion of Law and Equity, 98 Notre Dame L. Rev. 465 (2022).
- Prof. Bryan T. Camp was quoted in the following article: Steven H. Sholk, A Guide to the Substantiation Rules for Deductible Charitable Contributions, 137 J. Tax’n 03 (2022).
- Prof. Gerry W. Beyer was quoted in the following publication: § 5:16 Duties of conservators of adults, Ga. Guardianship and Conservatorship (2022).
- On December 2, 2022, Prof. Gerry W. Beyer was in Indianapolis, Indiana where he spoke on the topic Estate Planning for Virtual Property—Electronic Communications, Cryptocurrency, Non-Fungible Tokens, and the Metaverse. An extensive article also accompanied his presentation.
- Victoria Sutton, Distinguished Horn Professor was recently confirmed as a Board-Certified Environmental Scientist (BCES), by eminence, from the American Academy of Environmental Engineers & Scientists (AAEES). This certification process involved professional letters of support, a history of work in the field and an oral examination with Board members.
- Prof. Brian Shannon was a panelist at the Texas Judicial Mental Health Summit on Nov. 2 in Grapevine on the topic of diverting low-level criminal defendants with mental illness to Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) civil proceedings.
- Horn Prof. Brian Shannon presented at the national NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative conference on Nov. 3 in Indianapolis on the topic of Student-Athletes & Mental Health.
- Prof. Brian Shannon was part of a task group of judges, psychiatrists, med school profs, and law profs who worked for three years on a project to develop recommendations for model statutory emergency detentions, civil commitments, and criminal justice pathways for persons with mental illness. It was headed up by Judge Steve Leifman from Miami and Judge Milt Mack of Michigan, and all the folks who participated in the project are listed on pp. 4-5. The final report came out at the end of October and has been endorsed by the National Judicial Task Force to Examine State Courts’ Response to Mental Illness. See Final Report and recommendations. Also, the full report of the Judicial Task Force is at Final Report and Recommendations, which was released on October 25, 2022).
- On December 5, 2022, Prof. Gerry W. Beyer was a virtual speaker for the Estate Planning and Probate Law Section of the Hidalgo County Bar Association. His presentation and accompanying paper were entitled Morals From the Courthouse: A Study of Recent Texas Cases Impacting the Wills, Probate, and Trust Practice.
- On December 6, 2022, Prof. Gerry W. Beyer was a virtual speaker for the Boston Estate Planning Council. His presentation and accompanying article were entitled Estate Planning in a Cyber World – Electronic Communications, Cryptocurrency, Non-Fungible Tokens, and the Metaverse.
- On December 7, 2022, Prof. Gerry W. Beyer was the speaker at a dinner program sponsored by the Milwaukee Estate Planning Forum. His presentation and accompanying article were entitled Anticipating Will Contests and How to Avoid Them.
- Prof. Amy Hardberger was elected as a member of the American Law Institute. You can access the complete list here: https://www.ali.org/members/newly-elected-members/december-2022/?utm_source=Informz&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=Email&_zs=EUmjb1&_zl=aaEk8
- The President-Elect of the American College of Probate Counsel recently appointed Prof. Gerry W. Beyer to the Nominating Committee which is tasked with nominating Fellows for election as officers of the College and for election to the Board of Regents. Prof. Beyer currently serves on the Board of Regents and on several other committees including the Legal Education Committee for which is the Co-Chair Elect.
- Prof. Brian D. Shannon was mentioned in the following article: Tyler R. Smotherman, Unnecessary and Improper: Why it is Time for UCMJ Jurisdiction Over Retirees to ETS, 35 Regent U. L. Rev. 207 (2022-23).
- Prof. Richard Rosen was mentioned in the following article: Tyler R. Smotherman, Unnecessary and Improper: Why it is Time for UCMJ Jurisdiction Over Retirees to ETS, 35 Regent U. L. Rev. 207 (2022-23).