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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.

2012

Books

  • Tatum, Melissa L., 

    Navajo Law Reporter (2d ed. 2012) (general ed., vols. 1 & 2).

  • Tatum, Melissa L., 

    Navajo Law Reporter (forthcoming) (general ed., vol. 9).

  • Williams, Jr., Robert A., 

    Savage Anxieties: The Invention of Western Civilization (2012).

Articles in Books

  • Engel, Kirsten H., 

    When “Smoke Isn’t Smoke”: Missteps in Air Quality Regulation of Wildfire Smoke, in Wildfire Policy:  Law and Economics Perspectives 127 (Karen M. Bradshaw & Dean Lueck eds., 2012) (co-author, with Andrew Reeves).

  • Glennon, Robert, 

    Diamonds in Disguise:  Using Price Signals and Market Forces to Address the Water Crisis, in Last Call at the Oasis 155 (Karl Webber ed., 2012).

  • Huskey, Kristine A., 

    United States: Private Military Contractors and U.S. Law After 9/11, in Multilevel Regulation of Military and Security Contractors:  The Interplay Between International, European and Domestic Norms 331 (Christine Bakker & Mirko Sossai eds., 2012) (co-author, with Scott Sullivan).

  • Hymel, Mona L., 

    Environmental Tax Incentives in the United States:  Will Recent Market Incentives Reduce the U.S.’s Dependence on Oil?, in Market Instruments and Sustainable Economy 573 (Ana Yábar Sterling et al. eds., 2012).

  • Miller, Marc L., 

    Arizona Senate Bill 1070:  Politics through Immigration Law, in Arizona Firestorm:  Global Immigration Realities, National Media, and Provincial Politics 73 (Otto Santa Ana & Celeste González de Bustamante eds., 2012) (co-author, with Gabriel J. Chin & Carissa Byrne Hessick).

  • Tsosie, Rebecca, 

    International Trade in Indigenous Cultural Heritage:  An Argument for Indigenous Governance of Cultural Property, in International Trade in Indigenous Cultural Heritage:  Legal and Policy Issues 221 (Chrisoph B. Graber, Karolina Kuprecht, & Jessica C. Lai eds., 2012).

  • Wexler, David B., 

    Restorative Justice and Therapeutic Jurisprudence:  All in the Family, in Restorative Justice Today:  Practical Applications 27 (Katherine S. van Wormer & Lorenn Walker eds., 2012).

  • Williams, Jr., Robert A., 

    What the Hell Happened to Mabo?:  The Search for the Missing Link, in The Limits of Change:  Mabo and Native Title 20 Years On 24 (Toni Bauman & Lydia Glick eds., 2012).

Articles