Faculty Scholarship

I. Nelson Rose

A Seasick Blackjack Dealer on a Moored Riverboat Casino Is Not a “Seaman” Under the Jones Act, 42 N. Ky. L. Rev. 493 (2016) Read article

I. Nelson Rose

A Billion Dollar Industry's Billion Dollar Question: Are Fantasy Sports Actually Legal? 42 N. Ky. L. Rev. 519 (2016). Read article

I. Nelson Rose

Gambling and the Law®: Casinos at the End of the World, 42 N. Ky. L. Rev. 475 (2016). Read article

Globalization and Judicial Review in India, 25 Washington International Law Journal (2016, forthcoming) (invited article).


Deborah L. Forman

Deb Forman's article "Exploring the Boundaries of Families Created with Known Sperm Providers: Who's In and Who's Out?" will be published in the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Social Change. Deb also presented this article at the AALS Mid-Year Family Law meeting in Orlando in June.

"Regime Change and Legal Change: The Legacy of Mexico's Second Empire" (Oxford University Comparative Law Forum 2015).

Neil H. Cogan

Neil Cogan has just published a book: The Complete Bill of Rights, Second Edition. Published by Oxford University Press, it makes available to judges and lawyers for the first time a comprehensive and organized set of sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth century dictionary and treatise materials for understanding the Bill of Rights. As the first edition did, it also provides all the proposals, drafts, and debate for the Bill of Rights. It is available on Amazon and was reviewed on the national blog Concurring Opinion.

The Participatory Model of Indian Democracy, 48 George Washington International Law Review __ (forthcoming, 2015)

Betsy Rosenblatt

Professor Rosenblatt, together with Georgetown University Law Center Professor Rebecca Tushnet, published "Transformative Works: Young Women's Voices on Fandom and Fair Use" in a new book from University of Ottawa Press entitled eGirls, eCitizens (Jane Bailey & Valerie Steeves, ed.). The chapter presents qualitative empirical data and analysis regarding the personal, social, and professional benefits that girls and young women experience as a result of creating fanworks such as fanfiction or fan video, and considers implications for copyright law. Read article

The Law of the United States-Mexico Border: Cases and Materials (forthcoming, Carolina Academic Press, 2015).

Professor Yildirim presented "Neoliberal Religious Parties in the Secular State: India and Turkey" (with Manoj Mate) at ClassCrits VII, Nov. 14-15, 2014 at UC Davis School of Law.

Martin H. Pritikin (2014) The Teacher Becomes Student: What Law Professors Can Learn from the Legal Profession. Defense Counsel Journal: October 2014, Vol. 81, No. 4, pp. 333-345. Read article

Pritikin, Martin, The Experiential Sabbatical, 64 J. Legal. Ed. 31 (2014). Read article

William W. Patton

Open Dependency Courts And Their Risks to LGBTQ Child Abuse Victims: The Price of Sunshine, 11 Journal of Hate Studies Spring (2014).

William W. Patton

An Update To Striking A Balance: Freedom of the Press Versus Children's Privacy Interests in Juvenile Dependency Proceedings, 12 University of North Carolina First Amendment Law Review Spring (2014)

William W. Patton

Bringing Facts Into Fiction: The First “Data-Based” Accountability Analysis Of The Differences Between Presumptively Open and Closed Child Dependency Systems, 45 University of Memphis L. Rev Spring (2014).

David S. Welkowitz

Article published: The Virtues and Vices of Clarity in Trademark Law, 81 Tenn. L. Rev. 145 (Fall 2013).

Betsy Rosenblatt

Fear and Loathing: Shame, Shaming and Intellectual Property, 63 DePaul L. R. 1 (2014). Read article

High Courts and Election Law Reform in the United States and India, 32 B.U. Int’l L.J. 268 (2014) Read article

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