Faculty News

Prof. Orbach and Adjunct Prof. Lawrence Hecker were featured in a March 10, 2012, article in the Arizona Daily Star about the impact of ID-theft on business. Prof. Hecker discussed the impact on his law practice, while Prof. Orbach discusses...
Prof. Massaro will be interviewing Prof. Jeffrey Rosen , George Washington University Law, concerning his latest book, Constitution 3.0 , co-written with Benjamin Wittes, at the Tucson Festival of Books , Saturday, March 10, 11:30 a.m., Gallagher Theater. The interview...
Prof. White was quoted concerning reasons homeowners make decisions to continue paying on their houses, in a February 24, 2012, LA Times article entitled The Overblown Threat of Strategic Defaults . Read the article here .
Prof. Engle recently posted a piece on the Center for Progressive Reform's CPRBlog entitled, EPA's Standing Argument: A Sleeping Giant in the Tailoring Rule Litigation? . Read it here .
Prof Schneyer , co-chair of the Alternative Business Structures Working Group of the ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20, commented that he couldn't predict whether the Commission would approve nonlawyer ownership interests or not at this stage, following a meeting of...
Prof. Rabin discussed the issue that the detention and child protection systems often does not recognize that detained undocumented parents are trying to remain in contact with their children in a February 1, 2012, story on ABC's Nightline website. Read...
In a recent study, Professor Braucher , along with Professors Robert M. Lawless and Dov Cohen, University of Illinois, discovered that blacks were more likely to be steered into filing under Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code than whites, who...
Prof. Rabin was one of several speakers at a January 17, 2012, news conference on the issue of what happens to children whose parents are in the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Prof. Rabin spoke on the results of...
Prof. White was quoted in a January 9, 2012, piece on The Bottom Line on msnbc.com concerning strategic default, i.e., walking away from underwater homes. Read the piece here .
Regents' Professor Massaro participated in the New York Times "Room for Debate" series on January 5, 2012, on the question "Should noncitizens who live in America be allowed to donate to U.S. elections?". Her comments, entitled Citizens United Set the...