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.


Articles in Books

  • Orbach, Barak, 

    The Chicago Tradition and Judge Ginsburg, in 1 Douglas H. Ginsburg Liber Amicorum:  An Antitrust Professor on the Bench 43 (Nicolas Charbit et al. eds., 2018) (co-author, with Eric M. Fraser & D. Daniel Sokol).

  • Puig, Sergio, 

    Network Analysis and the Sociology of International Law, in Research Handbook on the Sociology of International Law 319 (Moshe Hirsch & Andrew Lang eds., 2018).

    Available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=3130256
  • Puig, Sergio, 

    The World Trade Organization’s Dispute Settlement Body:  Its Extensive but Fragile Authority, in International Court Authority 300 (Karen J. Alter, Laurence R. Helfer, & Mikael Rask Madsen eds., 2018) (co-author, with Gregory Shaffer & Manfred Elsig).

  • Robertson, Christopher, 

    Who's Left out of Big Data? How Big Data Collection, Analysis, and Use Neglect Populations Most in Need of Medical and Public Health Research and Interventions, in Big Data, Health Law, and Bioethics 98 (I. Glenn Cohen et al. eds., 2018) (co-author, with Sarah E. Malanga, Jonathan D. Loe, & Kenneth S. Ramos).

    Available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2828954
  • Tsosie, Rebecca, 

    Indigenous Peoples and "Cultural Sustainability":  The Role of Law and Traditional Knowledge, in Traditional Ecological Knowledge:  Learning from Indigenous Practices for Environmental Sustainability 229 (Melissa K. Nelson & Daniel Shilling eds., 2018).

  • Tsosie, Rebecca, 

    Sovereigns or Citizens? The Paradox of Indigenous Self-Determination, in Community as the Material Basis of Citizenship:  The Unfinished Story of American Democracy 118 (Rodolfo Rosales ed. 2018).

  • Wexler, David, 

    Mental Health Law and the Seeds of Therapeutic Jurisprudence, in The Roots of Modern Psychology and Law:  A Narrative History 78 (Thomas Grisso & Stanley L. Brodsky eds., 2018).

    Available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=3129093
  • Wexler, David, 

    Can an ACE Screening Interview Itself be Therapeutic?, in Therapeutic Jurisprudence in the Mainstream ___ (forthcoming 2018).

    Available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=3287223.