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.

2019

Articles

  • Hu, Xiaoqian, 

    “Put That Bucket Down!”:  Money, Politics, and Property Rights in Urbanizing China¸ 43 Vt. L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2019)

2014

Articles

  • Hu, Xiaoqian, 

    Encounter:  How Duncan Kennedy and Chinese Legal Scholars View Legal Transplants and the Rule of Law – A Commentary on the Harvard-Renmin Virtual Workshop on Duncan Kennedy’s Three Globalizations of Law and Legal Thought, 9 Front. L. China 560 (2014).

2012

Books

  • Hu, Xiaoqian, 

    Ideas, Beliefs, Attitudes, and the Law:  Private Law Perspectives on a Public Law Problem (Chinese Translation) (2012).

2010

Articles

  • Hu, Xiaoqian, 

    When American Law Meets Chinese Law Eye to Eye:  How Two Legal Systems Approach the Duty to Protect, 10 Global Jurist Article 5 (2010).

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2006

Other Writings

  • Hu, Xiaoqian, 

    Two Issues in Assigning Creditors’ Rights, 9 J. East China Uni. Pol. & L. (Supplementary) Article 2 (2006) [in Chinese].

2005

Other Writings

  • Hu, Xiaoqian, 

    A Critical Genealogy of Kausales Rechtsgeschäft and Abstraktes Rechtsgeschäft, 8 J. East China Uni. Pol. & L. (Supplementary) Article 3 (2005) [in Chinese].

  • Hu, Xiaoqian, 

    Report:  International Convention on the Codification and Anti-Codification of Civil Law, 8 J. East China Uni. Pol. & L. 110 (2005) [in Chinese].