Faculty Scholarship

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.

Scholarly Articles and Other Contributions

Books Authored by TU Law Faculty

Faculty Pages

Recent Additions to Publications*

 

Freedom to Hack, Ido Kilovaty
Freedom to Hack, Forthcoming Ohio State Law Journal (2019).

 

Legally Cognizable Manipulation, Ido Kilovaty
Legally Cognizable Manipulation, forthcoming Berkeley Technology Law Journal (2019).

 

Active Judging and Access to Justice, Anna E. Carpenter
Active Judging and Access to Justice, 93 Notre Dame L. Rev. 647 (2018)

 

Measuring Law School Clinics, Anna E. Carpenter, Colleen F. Shanahan, Jeffrey Selbin, and Alyx Mark
Measuring Law School Clinics, 92 Tul. L. Rev. 547 (2018) (with Colleen F. Shanahan, Jeffrey Selbbin, and Alyx Mark).

 

Studying the "New" Civil Judges, Anna E. Carpenter, Jessica K. Steinberg, Colleen F. Shanahan, and Alyx Mark
Studying the "New" Civil Judges, 2018 Wisc. L. Rev. 249 (2018).

 

Physician as Double Agent — Conflicting Duties Arising from Employer-Sponsored Wellness Programs, Matt Lamkin
Physician as Double Agent — Conflicting Duties Arising from Employer-Sponsored Wellness Programs, 379 N. Eng. J. Med. 1297 (2018).

 

Avoiding Explloitation in Phase I Clinical Trials: More than (Un)Just Compensation, Matt Lamkin and Carl Elliott
Avoiding Exploitation in Phase I Clinical Trials: More than (Un)Just Compensation, 46 J. L. Med & Ethics 52 (2018) (with Carl Elliott).

 

The Novel and the Law, Robert Spoo
The Novel and the Law, in The Cambridge Companion to the Novel (Eric Bulson, ed., 2018).

 

Inconsistent Rationales for Capital Punishment Plus, Russell Christopher
Inconsistent Rationales for Capital Punishment Plus, 2017 U. Ill. L. Rev. 1363 (2017).

*Updated as of 01/23/19.