TU Law Faculty publish in a wide variety of areas. Check out our Book Gallery for recent books by our faculty, our publications page for a listing of articles, chapters and other contributions to scholarly works and our Selected Works gallery for individual professors.
Recent Additions to Publications*
Absurdity and Excessively Delayed Executions, Russell Christopher
49 University of California at Davis Law Review 843 (2016).
Review of Stephen Winter, Transitional Justice in Established Democracies: A Political Theory, Stephen Galoob
50 J. Value Inquiry 249 (2014).
International Intellectual Property Shelters, Sam Halabi
90 Tul. L. Rev. 903 (2016).
Federal Anti-Sanctuary Law: A Failed Approach to Immigration and a Poor Substitute for Real Reform, Elizabeth McCormick
20 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 165 (2016).
Can a Little Representation Be a Dangerous Thing?, Colleen F. Shanahan, Anna E. Carpenter, and Alyx Mark
67 Hastings L.J. 1367 (2016).
Lawyers, Power, and Strategic Expertise, Colleen F. Shanahan, Anna Carpenter, and Alyx Mark
Lawyers, Power, and Strategic Expertise, 93 Denv. L. Rev. 469 (2016) (with Colleen Shanahan and Alyx Mark).
Do the Property Law Principles of a Personal "Benefit" Affecting the Runnability of a "Burden" and the Rule Against Perpetuities Redner Unenforceable Promises to Pay Money When Transferrred Land is Used for Specified Energy Activities?, Rex Zedalis
51 Tulsa L. Rev. 759
Tort Reform and Jury Instructions, Charles W. Adams
86 Okla. B.J. 821 (2015).
The Irrelevance of Prisoner Fault for Excessively Delayed Executions, Russell Christopher
72 Washington & Lee Law Review (2015).
Obstacles to pH1N1 Vaccine Availability: the Complex Contracting Relationship between Vaccine Manufacturers, WHO, Donor and Beneficiary Governments, Sam Halabi
in The Public Health Response to 2009 H1N1. Ed. Michael Stoto and Melissa Higdon. Oxford University Press, 2015.
*Updated as of 07/07/16.