Throughout the month of May, the Law Library received alerts for full-time TTU Law Faculty publications and news. Below is a compilation of those daily alerts for May 1st to May 31st, 2022.
Articles, Essays, and Reviews
- Prof. Victoria Sutton, What Have We Learned about Federalism and Public Health Emergencies Since 2001?, 69-FEB Fed. Law. 50 (2022).
- Prof. Gerry W. Beyer’s article Videotape and the Probate Process is cited in the following publication: Eunice L. Ross & Thomas J. Reed, Will Contests sec. 14:14 2d ed. (2022).
- Prof. Bryan T. Camp’s article The Play’s the Thing: A Theory of Taxing Virtual Word’s is cited in the following article: Sheldon A. Evans, Pandora’s Loot Box, 90 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 376 (2022).
- Prof. Gerry W. Beyer’s article Ante-Mortem Probate: A Viable Alternative is cited in the following article: Reid K. Weisbord & David Horton, The Future of Testamentary Capacity, 79 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 609 (2022).
- Prof. Arnold H. Loewy’s article Why Roe v. Wade Should be Overruled is cited in the following article: Clarke D. Forsythe & Regina Maitlen, Stare Desis, Settled Precedent, and Roe v Wade: An Introduction, 34 Regent U. L. Rev. 385 (2021-22).
- Prof. William R. Casto’s article The Early Supreme Court Justices’ Most Significant Opinion is cited in the following article: Joshua J. Schroeder, Leviathan Goes to Washington: How to Assert the Separation of Powers in Defense of Future Generations, 15 Fla. A&M U. L. Rev. 1 (2021).
- Prof. Jarod S. Gonzalez’s article On the Edge: The ADA’s Direct Threat Defense and the Objective Reasonableness Standard is cited in the following article: Kimberly L. Jones & Emma M. Feeney, COVID-19 and the Americans with Disabilities Act: When Might the Disease be Considered a Disability for which Employees Have Legal Protections in the Workplace?, 99 Denv. L. Rev. 311 (2022).
- Prof. Jarod S. Gonzalez’s article At the Intersection of Religious Organization Mission and Employment Laws: The Case of Minister Employment Suits is cited in the following article: Patrick Hornbeck, A Nun, A Synagogue Janitor, and a Social Work Professor Walk Up to the Bar: The Expanding Ministerial Exception, 70 Buff. L. Rev. 695 (2022).
- Prof. Richard Murphy’s article Notice and Opportunity to be Heard Before the President Kills You is cited in the following article: Michael Herz & Kevin M. Stack, The False Allure of the Anti-Accumulation Principle, 102 B.U. L. Rev. 925 (2022).
- Prof. Gerry W. Beyer’s article When You Pass on, Don’t Leave the Passwords Behind: Planning for Digital Assets is cited in the following article: Andrew Gilden, Endorsing After Death, 63 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1531 (2022).
- Prof. Jaord S. Gonzalez’s article At the Intersection of Religious Organization Missions and Employment Laws: The Case of Minister Employment Suits is cited in the following article: Farhan I. Mohiuddin, Getting Paid to Discriminate: The Clash Between Religious Autonomy and Principles of Justice and Fairness, 59 Hous. L. Rev. 973 (2022).
- Prof. William R. Casto’s article The Early Supreme Court Justices’ Most Significant Opinion is cited in the following article: T. T. Arvind & Christian R. Burset, A New Report of Entick v. Carrington (1765), 110 Ky. L.J.265 (2021-22).
- Prof. Richard W. Murphy’s article Arbitrariness Review Made Reasonable: Structural and Conceptual Reform of the “Hard Look” is cited in the following article: Jonathan H. Adler, Super Deference and Heightened Scrutiny, 74 Fla. L. Rev. 267 (2022).
- Prof. John L. Watts’ article Tyranny by Proxy: State Action and the Private Use of Deadly Force is cited in the following article: Jacob D. Charles & Darrell A. H. Miller, Violence and Nondelegation, 135 Harv. L. Rev. F. 463 (2022).
- Prof. John L. Watts’ article Differences without Distinctions: Boyle’s Governmental Contractor Defense Fails to Recognize the Critical Difference Between Civilian and Military Plaintiffs and Between Military and Non-Military Procurement is cited in the following publication: Dan B. Dobbs, Paul T. Hayden, & Ellen M. Bublick, Dobbs’ Law of Torts, § 352 (2d ed. 2022).
- Prof. Dustin B. Benham’s article Twombly and Iqbal Should (Finally) Put the Distinction between Intrinsic and Extrinsic Fraud out of its Misery is cited in the following article: Amir Shachmurove, Entombed Writs’ Effective Renaissance: Surveying and Sealing Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 60(B)’s Interpretive Gaps, 70 Clev. St. L. Rev. 761 (2022).
- Prof. William R. Casto’s article Foreign Affairs and the Constitution in the Age of Fighting Sail is cited in the following article: Homer A. La Rue, Outsourcing the Cyber Kill Chain: Reinforcing the Cyber Mission Force and Allowing Increased Contractor Support of Cyber Operations, 12 J. Nat’l Security L. & Pol’y 583 (2022).
- Prof. Larry R. Spain’s article The Opportunities and Challenges of Providing Equal Access to Justice in Rural Communities is cited in the following article: Luz E. Herrera, Amber Baylor, et al., Evaluating Legal Needs, 36 Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Pub. Pol’y 175 (2022).
- Prof. Richard Murphy’s Admin L. & Prac. §§ 4:22, 5:68 (3d ed. 2019) was mentioned in the Medicare and Medicaid Prac. Guide (2022).
- Prof. Gerry W. Beyer’s article Non-Fungible Tokens: What Every Estate Planner Need to Know was mentioned in the following article: Anna Sulkin, The Busy Practitioner’s Guide to Recent Journal Articles, Trusts & Estates (2022).
- On June 15, 2022, Prof. Gerry W. Beyer received the Distinguished Probate Attorney Lifetime Achievement Award presented by the Real Estate, Probate, and Trust Law Section of the State Bar of Texas at the State Bar’s Advanced Estate Planning & Probate Course in San Antonio. This award recognizes distinguished Texas probate attorneys who have made significant and sustained contributions to the Texas probate, estate, and trust law bar throughout their careers.
- Professor Gerry W. Beyer’s Barbri Wills & Trusts presentations are distributed nationally to recent law school graduates who are studying for the July 2022 bar examination. In total, students taking the bar exam in 44 states view his videos: all UBE states as well as California, Hawaii, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. In addition, Prof. Beyer regularly answers questions from Bar/Bri students located in these states by e-mail or Zoom conferences.