Faculty Focus is a monthly publication documenting the
activities, accomplishments, and honors of the
Aaron Bruhl’s article “The Unconscionability Game: Strategic Judging and the Development of Arbitration Doctrine,” was accepted for publication in the NYU Law Review.
David R. Dow spoke on
“Current Issues in Post Conviction Capital Litigation,” at the
article “Sex Crimes and Sexual Miscues: The Need for a Clearer Line Between
Forcible Rape and Nonconsensual Sex,” was recently published at 42 Wake
Victor Flatt gave a talk
Leslie Griffin attended the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics meeting in San Antonio where she moderated a session on “Religious Belief and Surrogate Medical Decision-Making,” on February 22. She was a guest lecturer at a health policy class at the UT School of Public Health on March 4. She will give the McElroy Lecture at the University of Detroit-Mercy on March 18.
Craig Joyce was
reappointed to the Board of Editors of the Copyright Society of the
Douglas Moll’s article “Shareholder Oppression and Fair Value: Of Discounts, Dates, and Dastardly Deeds in the Close Corporation,” 54 Duke Law Journal 293 (2004) was solicited for republication by Business Valuation Resources – a business valuation company which publishes physical publications (books, newsletters, guides), online databases containing financial data that appraisers use for valuations, and online databases containing court case opinions, abstracts, and other business valuation-related articles. Professor Moll is also teaching Secured Credit at the University of Texas School of Law this semester.
Gerry Moohr’s book, The
Criminal Law of Intellectual Property and Information, was published in
February by West. Her article,” Another Limitation to Honest Services Fraud?”
will appear in the April issue of The Champion, the publication of the National
Association of Defense Lawyers. The article analyzes decisions from the Fifth
(Brown) and Seventh (Thompson) circuits and posits the possibility of a
“faithful subordinate” defense to honest services charges under federal mail
and wire fraud. She also spoke at the American Bar Association’s 22nd
White Collar Crime Institute in
Tom Oldham has been
invited to contribute to the 50th anniversary issue of the
has signed a contract with Harvard University Press to publish a book on Plyler
v. Doe and undocumented children. His 2006 book on Hernandez v.
Jordan Paust’s on-line essay “Just Following Orders? DOJ Opinions and War Crimes Liability,” is available at
Prof. Paust was a keynote speaker at the American Society of International Law’s Southwest Regional Jessup International Moot Court Competition on Feb. 23, 2008 and was one of the Judges of the final round during the competition on Feb. 24. He also submitted entries that were requested for two encyclopedias: (1) Torture, for the Encyclopedia of Issues in U.S. Public Policy (Gale Pub.), and (2) Crimes Against Humanity, for the Encyclopedia of Human Rights (Oxford University Press).
Richard Saver presented “In Tepid Defense of Population Health: Physicians and Antibiotic Resistance,” at the University of North Carolina Law School on February 25.
Diana Velardo was a guest
speaker at the Star of Hope Family Violence Center. Diana presented on current
legal issues surrounding homeless victims of Human Trafficking in
Greg Vetter submitted his book chapter “Exit and Voice in Free and Open Source Software,” to be included in a new book entitled,” Open Source Software,” with forthcoming publication by the Amicus Books Division of the university press of ICFAI University in India.