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.

2011

Multimedia

  • Boyd, William, 

    CANINE: The Complete Article Nine (2011) (a Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) lesson available to law students and faculty with passwords).

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2008

Multimedia

2006

Other Writings

  • Boyd, William, 

    CANINE Case Commentary (2006).

2004

Multimedia

  • Boyd, William, 

    CANINE: The Complete Article Nine (Lawyers & Judges Publishing Co. 2004) (CD-ROM).

2003

Multimedia

  • Boyd, William, 

    CANINE - The Complete Article 9 (Electronic Learning Materials), on CALI Lessons for Law Students (CALI Aug. 2003) (CD-ROM) (portions available through link).

2002

Articles

  • Boyd, William, 

    The Need for and Feasibility of a "Virtual" (electronic) Central Registry to Support Secured Credit Financing to Promote Trade between the United States, Canada and Mexico (in progress).

Multimedia

  • Boyd, William, 

    Debtor Creditor Law in Arizona, A WWW version of the hard copy version published in 1992 (in progress).

  • Boyd, William, 

    Sleuthing Article 9, A computer-assisted "game" that assists students to learn the various tasks associated with Article 9 of the UCC and related bankruptcy matters (in progress).

  • Boyd, William, 

    Effective Use of Advanced Technology in Law Practice (A CD-ROM using compressed video to explain the uses of technology in courtrooms and law offices) (in progress).

2001

Multimedia

  • Boyd, William, 

    New Ranch: Perfecting a Security Interest (2001) (a Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) lesson available through the index to law students and faculty with passwords).

    Available at:
  • Boyd, William, 

    Transitioning from Existing to New Article 9 - The Joy of Adapting Secured Financing Transactions to Respond to the Enactment of New Article 9 (2001) (available on the New Texas UCC Chapter 9 Resources CD-ROM, The Texas Bank Lawyer, Texas Tech Law School Foundation).

2000

Articles

  • Boyd, William, 

    Transitioning to New Article 9 (Draft) (Apr. 11, 2000).

1999

Articles

1998

Other Writings

  • Boyd, William, 

    An On Line System for Learning Bankruptcy Law (Draft) (1998) (co-author, with Mohyeddin K. Abdulaziz).

Multimedia

  • Boyd, William, 

    The Ranch (Rev. ed., Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction 1998) (a computer-assisted exercise directed to the problems of perfecting Article 9 security interests in a multistate setting).

1996

Articles

  • Boyd, William, 

    Using Video Conferencing in Law Practice and Legal Education (1996).

Other Writings

  • Boyd, William, 

    Investigating the Impact of Advanced Technology on Trials: The Courtroom as a Classroom, 29 Haw. Int'l Conf. on Sys's Sci. (1996) (with Winton Woods et al.).

Multimedia

  • Boyd, William, 

    The Courtroom of the Future (videotape) (1996).

1995

Articles

  • Boyd, William, 

    Transforming University Education (1995).

  • Boyd, William, 

    Student Computers and Universal Access (1995).

  • Boyd, William, 

    An Online Bankruptcy Learning System (1995).

1994

Other Writings

  • Boyd, William, 

    University of Arizona Strategic Plan for Information Technology for the Year 2000 (Principal drafter - 1994).

  • Boyd, William, 

    Book Review, 2 Int'l J.L. & Info. Tech. 98 (1994) (reviewing Henry H. Perritt, How to Practice Law with Computers (2d ed. 1992)) (co-author, with Winton D. Woods).

  • Boyd, William, 

    New Frontiers in Instructional Software, 3 Law & Tech. J. 12 (1994).

  • Boyd, William, 

    The Pictures (and Sounds and . . .) Have It!, 3 Int'l Conf. on Substantive Tech. in the Law School (1994).

Multimedia

  • Boyd, William, 

    The Ranch (Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction 1994) (a computer-assisted exercise directed to the problems of perfecting Article 9 security interests in a multistate setting).

1993

Articles

  • Boyd, William, 

    Electronic Course Materials: The Time Is Now, The CALI Report (Fall 1992/Winter 1993).

  • Boyd, William, 

    Computing in Legal Education: Getting From Here to There, in 2 Conf. L. Sch. Computing Prof. (1993).

Other Writings

  • Boyd, William, 

    Multimedia Instructional Software Authoring System (1993).

1992

Books

  • Boyd, William, 

    Debtor Creditor Law in Arizona (co-author, with Charles Marshall Smith) (1992).

  • Boyd, William, 

    Electronic Publishing Using the Hyperpak (1992) (co-author, with Mohyeddin K. Abdulaziz).

Other Writings

  • Boyd, William, 

    Security Interests in Notes Secured by Deeds of Trust or Mortgages, State Bar of Arizona (1992).

  • Boyd, William, 

    Using the Internet, AALS L. & Computers Newsl. (1992).

Multimedia

  • Boyd, William, 

    Debt Collection forms on diskette (1992).

  • Boyd, William, 

    The Hyperpak (1992) (a set of authoring tools for creating instructional software).

1991

Other Writings

  • Boyd, William, 

    Computers in the Practice of Law, Maricopa County Bar (1991)

1990

Other Writings

  • Boyd, William, 

    Computerized Document Assembly Programs, AICLE (1990).

1985

Articles in Books

  • Boyd, William, 

    Medical Computer Law, in Computer Applications in Clinical Practice 289 (Daniel Levinson ed., 1985).

  • Boyd, William, 

    Choosing Between a Chapter 7 and a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: A Computer-Based Model of the Decision-Making Process, in Legal Information and the Intelligent Legal Systems ___ (1985).

Other Writings

  • Boyd, William, 

    Computer-Assisted Instruction: Today and Tomorrow, U. Ariz. L. Rec., Fall/Winter 1985, at ___.

1983

Books

  • Boyd, William, 

    Secured Transactions in Arizona: A Lawyer's Guide to Article Nine of the UCC (TALI 1983).

1981

Books

  • Boyd, William, 

    The Limited Adoption of the Uniform Commercial Code by Indian Tribes (1981) (co-author, with John M. Little & Richard M. Martinez).

Articles

  • Boyd, William, 

    The Truth-in-Lending Simplification and Reform Act:  A Much-Needed Revision Whose Time Has Finally Come (Part I), 23 Ariz. L. Rev. 1 (1981).

  • Boyd, William, 

    How Word Processing Improved our Law Office, 86 Case & Com. 16 (1981).

  • Boyd, William, 

    The A-9 - A Program for Drafting Security Agreements Under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, 1981 A.B.F. Res. J. 637 (co-author, with Charles S. Saxon), reprinted in Corp. Couns. Ann. (1982).

  • Boyd, William, 

    The Truth-in-Lending Simplification and Reform Act:  A Much-Needed Revision Whose Time Has Finally Come (Part II), 23 Ariz. L. Rev. 549 (1981).

Other Writings

  • Boyd, William, 

    Buyers' Remedies under the Uniform Commercial Code, U. Ariz. L. Rec., Fall/Winter 1981, at 4.

1980

Books

  • Boyd, William, 

    Civil War Amendments: Cases and Materials (1980).

Articles

  • Boyd, William, 

    Purpose and Effect in the Law of Race Discrimination:  A Response to Washington v. Davis, 57 U. Det. J. Urban L. 707 (1980).

  • Boyd, William, 

    Affirmative Action in Employment: The Weber Decision, 66 Iowa L. Rev. 1 (1980), reprinted in __ Nat'l L. Rev. Rep. ___.