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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.


Other Writings



  • Bublick, Ellen M., 

    A Concise Restatement of Torts (3d ed. 2013) (editor).

  • Bublick, Ellen M., 

    Torts and Compensation:  Personal Accountability and Social Responsibility for Injury (7th ed. & concise 7th ed. 2013) (co-author with Dan B. Dobbs & Paul T. Hayden).

  • Dobbs, Dan, 

    Torts and Compensation:  Personal Accountability and Social Responsibility for Injury (7th ed. & concise 7th ed. 2013) (co-author, with Paul T. Hayden & Ellen M. Bublick).

  • Gantz, David A., 

    Liberalizing International Trade after Doha:  Multilateral, Plurilateral, Regional, and Unilateral Initiatives (2013).

  • Hegland, Kenney F., 

    A Short and Happy Guide to Elder Law (2013) (co-author, with Robert B. Fleming).

  • Kozolchyk, Boris, 

    Latin American Company Law:  A Comparative and Economic Development Perspective Vol. 1 (2013) (co-editor, with Francisco Hernando Reyes & author of Introduction xxiii and Invigorating Micro and Small Businesses through Secured Commercial Credit in Latin America: The Need for Legal and Institutional Reform, Chapter 1 (co-author, with Cristina Castaneda)).

  • Massaro, Toni M., 

    The Arc of Due Process in American Constitutional Law (2013) (co-author, with E. Thomas Sullivan).

  • Massaro, Toni M., 

    Civil Procedure:  Cases and Problems (5th ed. 2013) (co-author, with Barbara Allen Babcock & Norman W. Spaulding).

  • Mauet, Thomas A., 

    Trial Techniques and Trials (9th ed. 2013).

  • Miller, Marc L., 

    Sentencing Law and Policy:  Cases, Statutes, and Guidelines (3d ed. 2013) (co-author, with Nora Demleitner, Douglas Berman, & Ronald F. Wright).

  • Rose, Carol M., 

    Saving the Neighborhood:  Racially Restrictive Covenants, Law, and Social Norms (2013) (co-author, with Richard R.W. Brooks).

  • Sjostrom, William K., 

    An Introduction to Contract Drafting (2d ed. 2013).

  • Sjostrom, William K., 

    Business Organizations:  A Transactional Approach (2013).

  • Swain, John A., 

    State Taxation (3d ed. Warren, Gorham & Lamont 2013 rev.).

Articles in Books

  • Atwood, Barbara, 

    Marital Contracts and the Changing Meaning of Marriage, in Solidarities Between Generations (Proceedings of 14th World Congress of International Society of Family Law) 177 (Hugues Fulchiron ed., 2013).

  • Diamond, James, 

    Who Controls Tribal Membership? The Legal Background of Disenrollment and Tribal Membership Litigation, in Best Practices for Defending Tribal Membership Cases:  Leading Lawyers on Navigating Tribal Membership Enrollment Issues 37 (2013).

  • Gantz, David A., 

    Legal and Regulatory Barriers to Telemedicine in the United States, in The Globalization of Health Care:  Legal and Ethical Issues 359 (I. Glenn Cohen ed., 2013) (co-author, with Deth Sao & Amar Gupta).

  • Gantz, David A., 

    GATT/WTO Rules Governing the Use of Safeguard Measures, in International Trade Law and the WTO 269 (Indira Carr, Shawkat Alam & Md Jahid Hossain Bhuiyan eds., 2013).

  • Puig, Sergio, 

    Responsibility of International Organizations and Justiciability of Disputes, in The Responsibility of International Organizations:  Essays in Memory of Sir Ian Brownlie 337 (Maurizio Ragazzi ed., 2013).

  • Rose, Carol M., 

    Psychologies of Property (and Why Property is not a Hawk-Dove Game), in The Philosophical Foundations of Property Law 272 (James E. Penner & Henry E. Smith eds., 2013).

  • Rose, Carol M., 

    Property Law and the Rise, Life, and Demise of Racially Restrictive Covenants, in 11 Powell on Real Property WFL 13-1 (Michael Allan Wolf ed., 2013).

  • Tsosie, Rebecca, 

    Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples:  Comparative Models of Sovereignty, in Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples:  The Search for Legal Remedies 79 (Randall S. Abate & Elizabeth Ann Kronk eds., 2013).

  • Wexler, David B., 

    Promoting Societal and Juridical Receptivity to Rehabilitation:  The Role of Therapeutic Jurisprudence, in Drug Treatment Courts: An International Response to Drug Dependent Offenders 21 (Caroline S. Cooper et al. eds., 2013) (co-author, with Michael S. King).

  • Wexler, David B., 

    That’s What Friends Are For:  Mentors, LAP Lawyers, Therapeutic Jurisprudence, and Clients with Mental Illness, Arizona Legal Studies Discussion Paper No. 11-33 (2011).