Scholarship

Loyola faculty members regularly publish in the top journals, including, in the last several years, the Harvard Law Review, the Stanford Law Review, University of Pennsylvania Law Review and University of Chicago Law Review; publish manuscripts in the top presses; and write influential casebooks and treatises used by lawyers, judges and students. Recent and forthcoming scholarship by Loyola faculty members includes:

  • Jeff Atik

  • Carlos Berdejo

    • Crime, Punishment, and Politics, Review of Economics and Statistics (2012) (with Noam Yuchtman)
  • Robert Brain

    • Sum & Substance of Contracts, Exam Pro: Objective (West 2013)
  • Sande Buhai

    • Confidentiality of Client Identity, ABA Journal of the Professional Lawyer (2012)
    • Profession: A Definition, Fordham Urban Law Journal (2012)
  • Aaron Caplan

  • Brietta Clark

    • Medicaid Access, Rate Setting & Payment Suits: How the Obama Administration is Undermining his own Health Reform Goals, Howard Law Journal (2012)  
    • Safeguarding Federalism By Saving Health Reform:  The Implications of National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius, Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review (2012)
  • David Glazier

    • Military Commissions, chapter in ABA Journalists' Guide to National Security Law (2012)
  • Victor Gold

    • Evidence: A Structured Approach, (Wolters Kluwer, 3d ed., 2012) (with David Leonard and Gary Williams)
    • Federal Practice and Procedure, Vol. 28 (West, 2d ed., 2012) (with Charles Alan Wright)
  • Stan Goldman

    • The Man Who Made Genocide A Crime, Loyola International and Comparative Law Review (2012)
  • Michael Guttentag

  • Paul Hayden

    • Ethical Lawyering (West, 3d Ed., 2012)
  • Bryan Hull

    • United States and International Sales, Lease, and Licensing Law (Cases and Problems)(Aspen, 2d Ed., 2012)
  • Allan Ides

    • Constitutional Law, chapter in Fa Xue Juan (“Jurisprudence”) (2012)
    • Civil Procedure: Cases and Problems 4th ed. (Aspen 2012) (with Christopher N. May) 
    • Civil Procedure: Rules, Statutes, and Cases (Aspen 2012) (with Christopher N. May) 
    • Civil Procedure: Essay and Multiple-Choice Questions and Answers (Aspen 2012).
    • A Critical Appraisal of the Supreme Court’s Decision in J. McIntyre Machinery, Ltd. v. Nicastro, Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review (2012)
  • Kathleen Kim

    • Introduction: Perspectives on Immigration Reform, Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review (2012)
    • Encyclopedia of Migration, Human Trafficking Chapter  (Springer, forthcoming 2013) (with Stephanie Limoncelli)
  • Daniel Lazaroff

    • So What Else is New?, Loyola Law Review (2012)
  • Laurie Levenson

    • Discovery from the Trenches: The Future of Brady,UCLA Law Review Discourse (2013).  
    • Book Review of The People's Courts: Pursuing Judicial Independence in America, Journal of Legal Education (forthcoming 2013).
    • Federal Criminal Rules Handbook (West 2012)   
    • California Criminal Procedure (West 2012)
    • California Criminal Law (West 2012)  (with Alex Ricciardulli)       
    • California Criminal Motions (West 2012) (with Alex Ricciardulli)
    • Peeking Behind the Plea Bargaining Process, Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review (forthcoming 2013)     
  • Jessica Levinson

    • When Less is More: Limiting Political Spending to Promote Political Speech, University of Richmond Law Review (forthcoming 2013)
    • We the Corporations?: The Constitutionality of Limitations on Corporate Electoral Speech After Citizens United, University of San Francisco Law Review (2012) 

     

  • Justin Levitt

  • Eric Miller

    • "Some Perspective on Problem-Solving" (foreword) in Transforming Criminal Justice? Problem Solving and Court Specialization, Routledge (forthcoming 2014)
    • Permissive Justification, Indiana Law Review (2013)
    • Detective Fiction: Race, Authority and the Fourth Amendment, 44 ARIZONA ST. L.J. 213 (2012)
  • Yxta Murray

  • Alexandra Natapoff

    • Aggregation and Urban Misdemeanors, Fordham Urban Law Journal (forthcoming 2013). 
    • Misdemeanors, Southern California Law Review (2012)
    • Snitching and the Use of Criminal Informants, in Oxford Bibliographies in CRIMINOLOGY.  (Ed. Richard Wright. New York: Oxford University Press 2012)
    • Gideon Skepticism, Washington and Lee Law Review (forthcoming 2013)
  • John Nockleby

    • John Nockleby, Jay Dougherty, Victor Gold, Allan Ides, Laurie Levenson, Karl Manheim, The Journalist's Guide to American Law (Routledge  2013)
  • Lee Petherbridge

  • Samuel H. Pillsbury

    • Talking About Cruelty: The Eighth Amendment and Juvenile Offenders after Miller v. Alabama,  45 Loy. L.A. L.Rev.  (forthcoming)
    • Why Psychopaths Are Responsible in Oxford Handbook on Psychopathy (Kent Kiehl & Walter Sinnott-Armstrong eds. 2013)
    • Questioning Retribution, Valuing Humility (reviewing Jeffrie G. Murphy, Punishment and the Moral Emotions: Essays in Law, Morality, and Religion (Oxford 2012))10 Oh. St. J. Crim. Law (forthcoming)
    • Book ReviewMark Cooney, Is Killing Wrong? A Study in Pure Sociology, 52 Am. J. Leg. History 210 (2012)
  • Elizabeth Pollman

    • Information Issues on Wall Street 2.0, University of Pennsylvania Law Review (2012) 
  • Katie Pratt

    • A Constructive Critique of Public Health Arguments for Anti-obesity Soda Taxes and Food Taxes, Tulane Law Review (2012)
  • Cesare Romano

    • The Rule of Exhaustion of Domestic Remedies: The Theory and Practice in International Human Rights Procedures, in Scovazzi, T., Boschiero, N., Essays in Honor of Judge Tullio Treves, (TMC Asser forthcoming 2013)
    • International Courts, Oxford Bibliographies Online (OUP 2012)
  • Jennifer Rothman

    • Sex Exceptionalism in Intellectual PropertyStanford Law & Policy Review (2012)
    • The Inalienable Right of Publicity, Georgetown Law Journal (2012)
    • Custom, the Common Law and Intellectual Property, in INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND THE COMMON LAW (Ed. Shyamkrishna Balganesh) (Cambridge University Press 2013)
    • E-Sports As a Prism for the Role of Evolving Technology in Intellectual Property, 161 Penn. L. Rev. Online 317 (2013)
  • Dan Schechter

    • Commercial Finance Newsletter, Westlaw (2013)
  • Dan Selmi

    • Principles of Appellate Advocacy (Aspen 2013)
    • Land Use Regulation: Cases and Materials (Aspen, 4th edition, 2012) 
  • Ted Seto

    • Where Do Partners Come From?, Journal on Legal Education (2012)
    • Federal Income Taxation: Cases Problems, and Materials (West 2012)
    • Deconstructing the Tiger Mother, UCLA Asian Pacific American Law Journal (2012)
  • Peter Tiersma

    • Oxford Handbook of Language and Law (2012) (with Lawrence Solan)
  • Katherine A. Trisolini

    • The Sweet Taste of Defeat: American Electric Power Co. v. Connecticut and Federal Greenhouse Gas Regulation, UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy (2012)
    • What Local Climate Change Plans Can Teach Us about City Power, reprinted in M.A. Mohamed Salih (ed.) Local Climate Change and Society (Routledge  2012)
  • Georgene Vairo

    • The Jurisdiction and Venue Clarification Act of 2011: Analysis and Developments, Lexis Publishing (forthcoming 2013)
    • The Federal Courts Jurisdiction and Venue Clarification Act: Analysis and Case Law Developments (Moore's Federal Practice 2013)
    • What Goes Around, Comes Around, Rector of Barkway to Knowles, 32 The Review of Litigation (forthcoming 2013)
    • Class Action Fairness Act: Significant Issues and Developments, Class Action Litigation Strategies (PLI 2012)
    • The Complete CAFA: Analysis and Developments Under The Class Action Fairness Act of 2005, Lexis Publishing (2011)
  • Dana Warren

    • Venture Capital Investment: Status and Trends, Ohio State Entrepreneurial Business Law Journal (2012)
  • Michael Waterstone

    • Disability Cause Lawyering, William and Mary Law Review (2012)
    • Disability Constitutional Law, Emory Law Journal (forthcoming 2013)
  • Gary Williams

    • Evidence (West 2012)
  • Lauren Willis

  • Cyn Yamashiro

    • Kids, Counsel and Costs: An Empirical Study of Indigent Defense Services in the Los Angeles Juvenile Delinquency Courts, Criminal Law Bulletin (2012)
  • Professor Adam Zimmerman

    Adam Zimmerman

    • Presidential Settlements (forthcoming 2014)
    • The Defense Side Settlement Mill (w/ Dana A. Remus) (forthcoming 2014) 
    • Aggregate Litigation Goes Private, EMORY L. J. (forthcoming 2014) (invited submission for Special Complex Litigation Issue) 
    • The Globalization of Global Settlements, DEPAUL L. REV. (forthcoming 2014) (invited submission for the 20th Annual Clifford Symposium on Civil Justice)
    • The Corrective Justice State, J. OF TORT LAW (forthcoming 2014) (peer reviewed) (invited submission for Vanderbilt University’s Branstetter Litigation & Dispute Resolution Conference) 
    • Mass Settlement Rivals, U. CINN. L. REV. (forthcoming 2014) (invited submission for the 2013 University of Cincinnati Corporate Law Center Symposium)
    • The Agency Class Action, Colum. L. Rev. (2012)