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Faculty Scholarship

The faculty members of Arizona Law are among the most influential legal scholars in the world. Our faculty routinely produce powerful and provocative scholarship, from shaping legal debate on water policy and ethics, to conducting research that identifies and solves important real-world challenges like jury bias and internet censorship.

2015

Articles in Books

  • Miller, Marc L., 

    There Ought to be a Law! The Peculiar Absence of Broad Federal Harmful Nonindigenous Species Legislation, in Invasive Species in a Globalized World:  Ecological, Social, and Legal Perspectives on Policy 327 (Reuben P. Keller, Marc W. Cadotte, & Glenn Sandiford eds. 2015).

  • Nabti, Najwa, 

    Increasing the Cost of Rape:  Using Targeted Sanctions to Deter Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict, in Economic Sanctions under International Law:  Unilateralism, Multilateralism, Legitimacy, and Consequences 43 (Ali Z. Marossi & Marisa R. Bassett eds., 2015).

  • Obiora, Leslye, 

    Probing the Parameters of Gender, Power and Democracy in Nigeria, in Gender and Power:  Towards Equality and Democratic Governance 64 (Mino Vianello & Mary Hawkesworth eds., 2015).

  • Orbach, Barak Y., 

    Squeezing Claims:  Refusals to Deal, Essentials Facilities, and Price Squeezes, in 2 Oxford Handbook on International Antitrust Economics 120 (Roger Blair & D. Daniel Sokol eds., 2015) (co-author, with Raphael Avraham).

  • Robertson, Christopher, 

    Introduction (Section II, Preserving Public Trust and Demanding Accountability), in FDA in the Twenty-First Century:  The Challenges of Regulating Drugs and New Technologies 109 (Holly Fernandez Lynch & I. Glenn Cohen eds., 2015).

  • Robertson, Christopher, 

    The FDCA as the Test for the Truth of Promotional Claims, in FDA in the Twenty-First Century:  The Challenges of Regulating Drugs and New Technologies 204 (Holly Fernandez Lynch & I. Glenn Cohen eds., 2015).

  • Rose, Carol M., 

    The Law is Nine-Tenths of Possession:  An Adage Turned on its Head, in Law and Economics of Possession 40 (Yun-chien Chang ed., 2015).

  • Wexler, David B., 

    Moving Forward on Mainstreaming Therapeutic Jurisprudence:   An Ongoing Process to Facilitate the Therapeutic Design and Application of the Law, in Therapeutic Jurisprudence:  New Zealand Perspectives v (Warren Brookbanks ed., 2015).

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