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

  • Huskey, Kristine, 

    Veterans Treatment Courts, in Servicemember and Veterans Rights 10-1 (Brian Clauss & Stacey Rae Simcos eds., 2016) (co-author, with Jayme Cassidy).

  • Hymel, Mona, 

    Fighting for Water:  The Role of Federal Market Instruments in Addressing Water Issues in the United States, in Market Instruments and the Protection of Natural Resources 51 (Natalie P. Stoianoff et al. eds., 2016).

  • Nabti, Najwa, 

    Policies and Institutional Strategies for Successful Sexual Violence Prosecution, in Prosecuting Conflict-Related Sexual Violence at the ICTY 73 (Serge Brammertz & Michelle Jarvis eds., 2016) (co-author, with Michelle Jarvis).

  • Puig, Sergio, 

    Blind Appointments in Arbitration, in Blinding as a Solution to Bias:  Strengthening Biomedical Science, Forensic Science, and Law 307 (Aaron Kesselheim & Christopher T. Robertson eds., 2016).

  • Robertson, Christopher, 

    Introduction, in Nudging Health:  Behavioral Economics and Health Law 3 (co-editor, with I. Glenn Cohen & Holly Fernandez Lynch, 2016) (co-author, with I. Glenn Cohen & Holly Fernandez Lynch).

    Available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2805664
  • Sepe, Simone, 

    Staggered Boards:  Practice, Theory, and Evidence in Research Handbook on Mergers and Acquisitions 200 (Claire A. Hill & Steven Davidoff Solomon eds., 2016).

  • Swain, John, 

    Federal Constitutional Limits on State Taxation, in Sales and Use Taxation ___ (2d ed., William Fox ed. 2016).

  • Tatum, Melissa, 

    Constitution as Dialogue:  Legal Pluralism and the American Experience. in Constitutional Recognition of First Peoples in Australia:  Theories and Comparative Perspectives 160 (Simon Young, Jennifer Nielsen, & Jeremy Patrick eds., 2016) (co-author, with Jennifer Hendry).