Faculty Publications in 2012

Leslie Abramson

Quick Review: Criminal Procedure.  St. Paul:  West Group.  (2012). 

Criminal Procedure: The Post-Investigative Process (2012 Supplement) (3d ed., with Cohen & Adelman).

Criminal Practice and Procedure, Kentucky Practice Series, 2012-13 Pocket Part for volumes 8 & 9 (5th ed. West).

Substantive Criminal Law, Kentucky Practice Series, 2012-13 Pocket Part for volumes 10 & 10A (3d ed. West).

Civil Procedure Forms, Kentucky Practice Series, 2012 Pocket Part for volumes 11 & 12 (2d ed. West).

Criminal Procedure:  Cases, Problems & Exercises 2012 Supplement (Thomson/West) (with Weaver, Bacigal, Burkoff, Lively, Hancock)

 

James Chen

Food and Superfood: Organic Labeling and the Triumph of Gay Science Over Dismal and Natural Science in Agricultural Policy.  Idaho Law Review,  Moscow;  University of Idaho College of Law.  48 Moscow;  University of Idaho College of Law;  (2012). 

Progressive Taxation: An Aesthetic and Moral Defense.  University of Louisville Law Review,  50, 659;  (2012). 

A Degree of Practical Wisdom: The Ratio of Educational Debt to Income as a Basic Measurement of Law School Graduates' Economic Viability.  William Mitchell Law Review,  St. Paul;  William Mitchell College of Law.  38, 1185;  St. Paul;  William Mitchell College of Law;  (2012). 

 

John Cross

Civil Procedure case book supplement for 2012 (with Abramson and Deason).

 

David Ensign

Licensing Public Performance of Motion Pictures.  Kentucky Libraries,  76,  (4):  pp. 8-9.  Frankfort:  Kentucky Libraries (2012). 

Copyright of Photographs.  Kentucky Libraries,  76,  (1):  pp. 27-28.  Frankfort:  Kentucky Libraries (2012). 

Common Law Copyright in Kentucky.  Kentucky Libraries,  76,  (2):  pp. 4-5.  Frankfort:  Kentucky Libraries (2012). 

Kentucky Legal Research.  (Edition September 2012),  Legal Research Series;  Durham:  Carolina Academic Press.  1  176  (2012).  (with Hilyerd and Metzmeier)

 

Judith Fischer

Book Review, Advocacy to Zealousness: Learning Lawyering Skills from Classic Films.  Kentucky Bench and Bar,  76,  pp. 26  Frankfort:  Kentucky Bar Association (2012). 

A Rogues' Gallery of Usage Problems.  Kentucky Bench and Bar,  76,  (July 2012):  pp. 32  Frankfort:  Kentucky Bar Association (2012). 

Gender-Neutral Language in U.S. Courts, Chapter in Brandeis Meets Gutenberg:  German-Conversations on Law 143 (Dieter Dorr et al. eds., Lang Pubs. 2012 

 

Grace Giesel

End the Experiment: The Attorney-Client Privilege Should Not Protect Communications in the Allied Lawyer Setting.  Marquette Law Review,  Milwaukee;  Marquette University Law School.  95, 475-561  (2012). 

Alternative Litigation Finance and the Work-Product Doctriine. Wake Forest Law Review. Winston-Salem; Wake Forest University School of Law. 47, 1083-1140; (2012).

 

William Hilyerd

Kentucky Legal Research.  (Edition September 2012),  Legal Research Series;  Durham:  Carolina Academic Press.  1  176  (2012) (with Metzmeier & Ensign)

Supreme Court Review.  Journal of Law & Education,  Louisville;  University of Louisville School of Law.  41, 363;  Louisville;  University of Louisville School of Law;  (2012). 

 

James T. R. Jones

Severe Mental Illness, Stigma, and the Value of Treatment.  Bar Briefs,  (August 2012):  pp. 24-25.  Louisville:  Louisville Bar Association (2012). 

 

Karen Jordan

Recovering Subsidiarity in Family Life Education.  William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law,  (2012). 

 

David Leibson

Kentucky Practice, Volume 13, Tort Law, (2nd ed., Thomson/West Publishing Co., 2012 Pocket Part).

 

Ariana Levinson

Toward a Cohesive Interpretation of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act for the Electronic Monitoring of Employees.  West Virginia Law Review,  Morgantown;  West Virginia University College of Law.  114, 461;  (2012). 

 

Virginia Mattingly

“Researching Family and Local History in Digital Collections,” (with Metzmeier) Kentucky Ancestors, Summer 2012, at 173-179.

Laura McNeal

Teacher Unions and No Child Left Behind Reconstitution: The Calm Before the Storm,” 22.6 J. of Sch. Leadership 1109 (2012).

“A League of Their Own, Urban School Principal’s Rejoinder to NCLB Law,” Urban Schools:  Critical Issues and Solutions for Achievement (with Dunbar) (James Moore & Chance Lewis eds., 2012).

“From the Courtroom to the Schoolhouse: Recent Advancements in School Law and Implications for School Leadership,” J. of Sch. Leadership (Special Issue) 1 (Mark Gooden and Laura McNeal, eds. 2012)

 

Kurt Metzmeier

“Researching Family and Local History in Digital Collections,” (with Virginia Smith) Kentucky Ancestors, Summer 2012, at 173-179.

Kentucky Legal Research.  (Edition September 2012),  Legal Research Series;  Durham:  Carolina Academic Press.  1  176  (2012) (with Hilyerd & Ensign)

 

Luke Milligan

“The Real Rules of "Search" Interpretations,”  William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal,  Williamsburg;  College of William & Mary.  21, 1;  (2012). 

 

Rick Nowka

“Twenty Questions About an Individual Debtor's Name Under Amended Article 9 Section 9-503(a)(4) Alternative A.”  William & Mary Business Law Review,  Williamsburg;  College of William and Mary.  3, 139;   (2012). 

 

Cedric Merlin Powell

“Harvesting New Conceptions of Equality: Opportunity, Results, and Neutrality.”  St. Louis University Public Law Review,  St. Louis;  St. Louis University.  XXXI(2): 225-332.; (2012). 

“Identity, Liberal Individualism, and the Neutral Allure of Post-Blackness.”  The Green Bag,  Arlington;  George Mason University School of Law.  15(3): 341-354.;  (2012). 

“From Louisville to Liddell: Schools, Rhetorical Neutrality, and the Post-Racial Equal Protection Clause.”  Washington University Journal of Law and Policy,  153-180 St. Louis;  Washington University School of Law.  40 St. Louis;  Washington University School of Law;  (2012).

 

Tracey Roberts

"Voluntary Standards, Certification and Labeling Systems: Enhancing Efficiency Through Trade of Entitlements"  (Chapter Number 3);  In:  Anonymous,   Market Instruments and Sustainable Economy.  Madrid:  Instituto de Estudios Fiscales.  (pp. 343-348).   (2012). 

 

Laura Rothstein

Disabilities and the Law.  (with Julia Irzyk) (Spring 2012)  St. Paul:  West Group. 

Disabilities and the Law.  (with Julia Irzyk) (Fall 2012) St. Paul:  West Group.  

“Reflections from an Era of Breaking Glass--1984-1998.”  UMKC Law Review,  Kansas City;  University of Missouri-Kansas City.  80(3): 757-769.;   (2012). 

“Litigation over Dismissal of Faculty with Disabilities.”  Accommodating Faculty Members,  2012,  pp. 40-42.  AAUP (2012). 

 

Mark Rothstein

Occupational Safety and Health Law.  St. Paul:  West Group.  1747  (2012).

Cases and Materials on Employment Law (7th ed.); 2012 Supplement. New York: Foundation Press. (pp. 1-77) (2012) (with Liebman)

"Supplement to Employment Law Treatise"; In:  Employment Law.  St. Paul:  West Group.  (pp. 1-82).   (2012). (with Craver, Schroeder & Shoben)

"Occupational Health Law" (Chapter Number 2); In: T.L. Guidotti (Ed.),   Occupational Health Services: A Practical Approach.  (Edition 2d); Oxford: Routledge.  (pp. 36-46).   (2012). 

"Protecting Privacy in Genetic Research on Alcohol Dependence and Other Addictions" (Chapter Number 3); In:  A. Chapman (Ed.),   Genetic Research on Addiction: Ethics, the Law, and Public Health. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.  (pp. 84-96).   (2012). 

“Informed Consent in Pharmacogenomic Research and Treatment” (Chapter Number 8); In: R.B. Altman, D. Flockhart, and D.B. Goldstein (Eds.), Principles of Pharmacogenetics and Pharmacogenomics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (pp. 74-80). (2012).

“Health Information Technology and Physicians' Duty to Notify Patients of New Medical Developments.”  Houston Journal of Health Law & Policy, 12(1): 93-136.; Houston; University of Houston; (2012). 

“The Case Against Precipitous, Population-Wide, Whole-Genome Sequencing,”  Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, 40(3): 682-689.; Boston: American Society of Law, Medicine and Ethics; (2012). 

“Access to Sensitive Information in Segmented Electronic Health Records,”  Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, 40(2): 394-400. Boston: American Society of Law, Medicine and Ethics.  (2012). 

“The Future of Public Health Ethics.” American Journal of Public Health, 102(1): 9. Washington, DC: American Public Health Association. (2012).

“Disclosing Decedents’ Research Results to Relatives Violates the HIPAA Privacy Rule.” American Journal of Bioethics, 12(10): 16-17. London: Taylor & Francis. (2012).

“Presidential Commission’s Report on Whole-Genome Sequencing and Privacy: A Missed Opportunity.” Gene Watch, 25(5): 15-16. Boston: Council for Responsible Genetics. (2012). 

 

Shelley Santry

“Penny Wise but Pound Foolish in the Heartland: A Case Study of Decriminalizing Domestic Violence in Topeka, Kansas.”  Journal of Family Studies,  Salt Lake City;  University of Utah.  14(2): 223-244.;  Salt Lake City;  University of Utah;  (2012). 

 

JoAnne Sweeny

“Emotional Editing.”  Perspectives:  Teaching Legal Research & Writing (20):109-111 (2012) (online publication)

 

Enid Trucios-Haynes

“Recommitment to Language Access:  The U.S. Attorney General’s New Directive for Title VI Compliance,” Kentucky Bar Journal (Spring 2012).

 

Manning Warren

“The U.S. Securities Fraud Class Action: An Unlikely Export to the European Union.  Brooklyn Journal of International Law,”  Brooklyn;  Brooklyn Law School.  37(3): 1075-1114.;  Brooklyn;  Brooklyn Law School;  (2012). 

Business Enterprises: Legal Structures, Governance and Policy.  (Edition 2d),  Irvine:  Lexis/Nexis.  (2012). (with Branson, Heminwy, Loewenstein & Steinberg)

 

Russell Weaver

Criminal Procedure Investigation: Cases, Problems & Exercises.  (Edition 5th),  St. Paul:  Thomson/West.  (2012). (with Burkoff, Lively, Hancock, Hoeffel, Singer & Friendland)

Understanding the First Amendment.  (Edition 4th),  (LexisNexis)  (2012). (with Lively)

From Gutenberg to the Internet: Free Speech, Advancing Technology and the Implications for Democracy.  Carolina Academic Press.  (2012). 

Constitutional Law:  Cases, Materials & Problems 2012 Supplement (Aspen) 

 (with Friedland, Hancock, Lively & Scott)

 First Amendment:  Cases, Materials & Problems 2012 Supplement (Lexis Nexis) (with Hancock, Lively & Scott)

 Criminal Procedure:  Cases, Problems & Exercises 2012 Supplement (Thomson/West) (with Abramson, Bacigal, Burkoff, Lively & Hancock)

Principles of Criminal Procedure.  (Edition 4th),  Concise Hornbook Series;  St. Paul:  Thomson/West.  (2012). (with Abramson)

 “The Fourth Amendment, Privacy and Advancing Technology.”  Search and Seizure Law Report,  39,  (6):  pp. 45-52.  St. Paul:  West (2012). 

“British Defamation Reform: An American Perspective,” 63 N. Ireland L.Q.  97-117 (2012) (published as part of the Queens University (Belfast, N. Ireland) symposium on defamation).

Privacy in a Digital Age,” published in D. Doerr & U. Fink, The Right to Privacy - Perspectives from Three Continents ___ (De Gruyter 2012) (to be published as part of the Privacy Discussion Forum papers). (with Parlett & Cole)

 

Gutenberg and Mass Communication, published in D. Doerr & U. Fink, Brandeis meets Gutenberg German-American Conversations on Law 1991-2011: Öffentliches und Internationales Recht Band ___ (Peter Lang 2012) (to be published as part of the celebration of the Mainz-Louisville faculty exchange relationship). 

 

“Foreword: Honoring and Remembering the Johannes Gutenberg Faculty of Law -University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law Exchange Relationship,”published in D. Doerr & U. Fink, Brandeis meets Gutenberg 

 

German-American Conversations on Law 1991-2011: Öffentliches und Internationales Recht Band ___ (Peter Lang 2012) (to be published as part of the celebration of the Mainz-Louisville faculty exchange relationship). (with Klein, Doerr & Fink)

 

The Fourth Amendment, Privacy & Advancing Technology, 39 Search & Seizure L. Report 1-8 (June, 2012).

 

Democracy in an Internet Era, Aix Law Club Newsletter (June, 2012).