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Faculty Publications

Rakesh K. Anand

Professor of Law

Law Review and Other Scholarly Articles 

Reasoning About Faith: On the Religious Lawyer, 16 FIU l. rev. 259 (2022).

 Robert Ashford

Professor of Law

Law Review and Other Scholarly Articles

The Case for a More Inclusive Capitalism by Democratizing the Institutions of Corporate Finance with the Future Earnings of Capital, 53 u. PAC. l. rev. 9 (2021).

Hon. James E. Baker

Professor of Law

Director, Institute for Security Policy and Law

Professor of Public Administration, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs (by courtesy appointment)

Book Chapters

Leadership in a Time of Pandemic: Act Well the Given Part, in COVID-19: THE LEGAL CHALLENGES (Stephen Dycus & Eugene R. Fidell eds., 2021).

From Shortages to Stockpiles: How the Defense Production Act Can be Used to Save Lives, Make America a Global Arsenal of Public Health, and Address the Security Challenges Ahead, in COVID-19: THE LEGAL CHALLENGES (Stephen Dycus & Eugene R. Fidell eds., 2021).

Are We Ready: Regulating Military Uses of AI, in THE LAW OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND SMART MACHINES: UNDERSTANDING A.I. AND THE LEGAL IMPACT (Theodore F. Claypoole ed., 2019).

The Perfect Sentinel: AI Military Applications and Implications, in THE LAW OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND SMART MACHINES: UNDERSTANDING A.I. AND THE LEGAL IMPACT (Theodore F. Claypoole ed., 2019).

 

Law Review and Other Scholarly Articles

Staying Left of Boom: The Central and Essential Role of the NSC, 12 J. NAT'L SECURITY L. & POL'Y 15 (2021).

 

Reports, News and Commentary

AI for Judges: A Framework (with Laurie n. Hobart & Matthew g. Mittelsteadt), CSET POLICY BRIEF (Ctr. for Security & Emerging Tech., Walsh Sch. of Foreign Service., Geo. U.), Dec. 2021.

National Security Law and the Coming AI Revolution: Observations from a Symposium Hosted by Syracuse University Institute for Security Policy and Law and Georgetown Center for Security and Emerging Technology, Oct. 29, 2020 (with Laurie Hobart, Matt Mittelsteadt, & John Cherry) (2021).

Book Reviews

Book Review, AI and the Future of Power, THE AMERICAN REVIEW OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2021). (reviewing TURNING POINT POLICYMAKING IN THE ERA OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, 2021)).

A DPA for the 21st Century: Security America’s AI National Security Innovation Base, (Center for Security and Emerging Technology peer-reviewed report, April 2021).

Ethics and Artificial Intelligence: A Policymaker’s Guide, (Center for Security and Emerging Technology peer-reviewed report, April 2021).

 

William C. Banks

Professor of Law Emeritus

Book Chapters

Who Did It? Attribution of Cyber Intrusions and the Jus in Bello, In THE IMPACT OF EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES ON THE LAW OF ARMED CONFLICT (Eric Talbot Jensen, Major Ronald T. P. Alcala eds., 2019).

 

Law Review and Other Scholarly Articles

Cyber Attribution and State Responsibility, 97 INT'L l. STUD. SER. US NAVAL WAR COL. 1039 (2021).

The Bumpy Road to a Meaningful International Law of Cyber Attribution, 113 AJIL UNBOUND 191 (2019).

 

Peter D. Blanck

University Professor

Chairman, Burton Blatt Institute

Book Chapters

Supported Decision Making (with E. Dean, B. Linnenkamp, J. Martinis, S Raley, & K.A. Shogren), in DECISION MAKING BY INDIVIDUALS WITH INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES: INTEGRATING RESEARCH INTO PRACTICE (L. Hickson & I. Khemka ed., 2021).

The Americans with Disabilities Act at Thirty Years, in CRITICAL ESSAYS ON DISABILITY RIGHTS: COMBATING EXCLUSION, EMBRACING INCLUSION (Sanjay Jain ed., 2021).

Psychiatric Advanced Directives and Supported Decision-Making: Preliminary Developments and Pilot Studies, in California (with J. Martinis, S. Saks & C. Schnieders), in MENTAL HEALTH, HUMAN RIGHTS, AND LEGAL CAPACITY (F. Mahomed, V. Patel, M. Stein & C. Sunkel ed., 2021).

 

Law Review and Other Scholarly Articles 

Disability Inclusive Employment, Cancer Survivorship, and the American with Disabilities Act, 16 J. CANCER SURVIVORSHIP 142 (2022).

Diversity and Inclusion in the Legal Profession: Disclosure of Cancer and Other Conditions by Lawyers with Disabilities and Lawyers Who identify as LGBTQ(with Fitore Hyseni & Arzana Myderrizi), 16 J. CANCER SURVIVORSHIP 165 (2022).

Workplace Health Surveillance and COVID-19: Algorithmic Health Discrimination and Cancer Survivors (with Paul Harpur & Fitore Hyseni), 16 J. CANCER SURVIVORSHIP 200 (2022).

Diversity and Inclusion in the Legal Profession: Discrimination and Bias Reported by Lawyers with Disabilities and Lawyers Who Identify as LGBTQ+ (with Fatma Altunkol Wise & Fitore Hyseni), 47 AM. J. L. & MED. 9 (2021).

Supported Decision-Making: Emerging Paradigm in Research, Law, and Policy, J. DISABILITY POL'Y STUD. (2021).

State Guardianship Laws and Supported Decision-Making in the United States: Analysis and Implications for Research, Education, and Advocacy (with D. Fox, J. Harris & J. G. Martinis), J.DISABILITY POL'Y STUD. (2021).

On the Importance of the Americans with Disabilities Act at Thirty, J.DISABILITY POL'Y STUD. (2021).

 

Book Reviews

Book Review, int’l J. comp. Sociology 1 (2022) (reviewing THE LEGACIES OF INSTITUTIONALIZATION: DISABILITY, LAW and POLICY IN THE “DEINSTITUTIONALIZED” COMMUNITY (Claire Spivakovsky, Linda Steele, & Penelope Weller eds., 2022)).

 

Jennifer S. Breen

Associate Professor of Law

Book Reviews

Book Review, Banned: Immigration Enforcement in the Time of Trump, 55 INT'L IMMIGR. REV. 954 (2020) (reviewing SHOBA SIVRAPRASAD WADHIA, BANNED: IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT IN THE TIME OF TRUMP (2019)).

Reports, News and Commentary

The ‘Raw Judicial Power’ of Samuel Alito Is an Attack on Dignity, Autonomy, and Progress, COMMON DREAMS (May 5, 2022).

The US Supreme Court’s Latest Anti-Labor Ruling Goes Far Beyond Farm Workers, COMMON DREAMS (June 24, 2021).

 

Keith J. Bybee

Vice Dean

Paul E. and Honorable Joanne F. Alper ’72 Judiciary Studies Professor

Professor of Law

Professor of Political Science

Director, Institute for the Study of the Judiciary, Politics, and the Media

Senior Research Associate, Campbell Public Affairs Institute

 

Law Review and Other Scholarly Articles

Law and/or/as Civility, 17 ANN. REV. l. & SOC. SCI. 1 (2021).

Doron Dorfman

Associate Professor of Law

Law Review and Other Scholarly Articles

The PrEP Penalty, 63 B.C. L. REV. 814 (2022).

Afterword: The ADA’s Imagined Future, 71 SYRACUSE L. REV. 927 (2021).

Pandemic Disability Cons, 49 J. L. MED. & ETHICS 401 (2021).

Suspicious Species, 2021 U. ILL. L. REV. 1363 (2021).

 

Reports, News, and Commentary

Students with Disabilities Could Sue Their Schools to Require Masks (with Mical Raz) WASH. POST (Aug. 19, 2021).

Viewpoint: Bans on Mask Requirements versus Disability Accommodations - A New COVID-19 Conundrum (with Mical Raz), 2 JAMA HEALTH FORUM (August 6, 2021).

 

David M. Driesen 

University Professor

Book Chapters

Climate Finance (with Cinnamon Carlane), in RESEARCH HANDBOOK ON CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION LAW (Leonie Reins & Jonathan Vershuuren eds., 2022).

Instrument Choice, in OXFORD HANDBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW 2nd ed. (Lavanya Rajamani & Jacqueline Peel eds., 2021).

 

Law Review and Other Scholarly Articles

The Political Remedies Doctrine, 71 EMORY L. J. 1 (2021).

Political Removal and the Plebiscitary President: An Essay on Seila Law LLC v. Consumer Financial Protection Board, 76 NYU ANNUAL SURVEY OF AMERICAN LAW 707 (2021).

 

Other Reports, News and Commentary

How Courts Can Protect Democracy From Abuse of Emergency Powers, LAWFARE (Feb. 22, 2022).

Opinion, Major Questions and Juristocracy, REG. REV. (Jan. 31. 2022).

The Death of Law and Equity: A Comment on Two COVID Cases, VERFASSUNGSBLOG: ON MATTERS CONSTITUTIONAL (Jan. 19, 2022).

Opinion, Is it Time to Rein in Premature Supreme Court Review?, THE HILL (Jan. 11, 2022).

The Specter of Dictatorship and the Supreme Court’s Embrace of the Unitary Executive Theory, AMERICAN CONSTITUTION SOCIETY: EXPERT FORUM (July 21, 2021).

Justices FHFA Ruling a Small Step in a Dangerous Direction, LAW360 (June 24, 2021).

Autocracy is Bad for Business (with Eric Orts), THE HILL (June 4, 2021).

Shubha Ghosh

Crandall Melvin Professor of Law

Director, Syracuse Intellectual Property Law Institute

Book Chapters

Consequentialist Thinking and Economic Analysis, in Intellectual Property, HANDBOOK OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RESEARCH: LENSES, METHODS, AND PERSPECTIVES (Irene Calboli & Maria Lillà Montagnani eds., 2021).

“If Music Did Not Pay”: The State Court Roots of Justice Holmes’ Intellectual Property Jurisprudence, in FORGOTTEN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LORE (2020).

 

Law Review and Other Scholarly Articles 

Universities as Engines of Development, 14 LAW & DEV. REV. 723 (2021).

 

Antonio Gidi

Teaching Professor

Law Review and Other Scholarly Articles

The Cost of Access to Justice Revisited—The ‘Age of Austerity’ in Brazilian Civil Procedure Five Years Later. Winds of Change? (with hermeS Zaneti, Jr.), 52 U. MIAMI INTER-AM. L. REV. 49 (2021).

Amicus Curiae Presentado a la Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nación (México): Opt In vs. Opt Out, Cosa Juzgada, Notificación, Ejecuciónde la Condena, Gastos y Costas, 16 REVISTA PRIMERA INSTANCIA 139 (2021).

O Projeto CNJ de Lei de Ação Civil Pública. Avanços, inutilidades, imprecisões e retrocessos: a decadência das ações coletivas no Brasil, 18 REVISTA BRASILERIA DE DIREITO PUBLICO 9 (2021), reprinted at: 12 CIV. PROC. REV. 25 (2021).

Civil Justice: a European Perspective (with Lea Querzola), 46 REVISTA DE PROCESSO 359 (2021).

 

Lauryn P. Gouldin

Laura J. & L. Douglas Meredith Professor of Teaching Excellence

Director, Syracuse Civics Initiative

Book Chapters

New Perspectives on Pretrial Nonappearance, in HANDBOOK ON PRETRIAL JUSTICE (Christine S. Scott- Hayward, Jennifer E. Copp & Stephen Demuth eds., 2021).

 

Law Review and Other Scholarly Articles

The Language of Reform: Reflections on Karakatsanis’ Usual Cruelty, 55 NEW ENG L. REV. 1 (2020-21).


Roy Gutterman

Director, Tully Center for Free Speech Associate
Professor, Newhouse School Professor of Law (by courtesy appointment)

Law Review and Other Scholarly Articles

Liable, Naaaht: The Mockumentary: Litigation, Liability and the First Amendment in the works of Sacha Baron Cohen, 13 HARV. J. SPORTS & ENT. L. 141 (2022).

Media Law (2019-2020 Survey of New York Law), 71 SYRACUSE L. REV. 301 (2021).

 

Reports, News, and Commentary

Censorship of Tully Student Offers an Inadvertent Civics Lesson, SYRACUSE POST-STANDARD, February 4, 2022.

Harry Rosenfeld, Editor Behind Watergate, Knew How Fragile the World Is, SYRACUSE POST-STANDARD, August 8, 2021 at E1.

Supreme Court Boosts More Than Just a Cheerleader’s Free Speech, SYRACUSE POST-STANDARD, July 2, 2021.

“Or of the Press”: A Deeper Look into the History of the Free Press, DIVIDED WE FALL, June 17, 2021.

 

Book Reviews

Book Review, JOURNALISM & MASS COMM. EDUCATOR (2022). (reviewing Ian Rosenberg, THE FIGHT FOR FREE SPEECH: TEN CASES THAT DEFINE OUR FIRST AMENDMENT FREEDOMS (NYU Press, 2021)).

 

Laurie Hobart

Associate Teaching Professor

Reports, News, and Commentary

AI for Judges: A Framework (with James E. Baker & Matthew G. Mittelsteadt), CSET POLICY BRIEF (Ctr. for Security & Emerging Tech., Walsh Sch. of Foreign Service., Geo. U.), Dec. 2021.

National Security Law and the Coming AI Revolution: Observations from a Symposium Hosted by Syracuse University Institute for Security Policy and Law and Georgetown Center for Security and Emerging Technology,\ Oct. 29, 2020 (with Jamie Baker, Matt Mittelsteadt & John Cherry) (2021).


Paula C. Johnson

Professor of Law

Director, Cold Case Justice Initiative

Book Chapters

Sandra’s Sisters: Black Women in the U.S. Criminal Justice System and Critical Resistance to Injustice, in GENDER, SEXUALITY AND RIGHT: DISSENT AND RESISTANCE (Luisa Santos Paulo and Leticia Leite Vieira trans., 2020).

 

Reports, News, and Commentary

Supreme Court Nominee Speaks for Americans Unheard by the Law, SYRACUSE POST-STANDARD, April 03, 2022, at I1.

 

Arlene S. Kanter

Laura J. & L. Douglas Meredith Professor for Teaching Excellence 2006-2008

Professor of Law

Director, Disability Law and Policy Program 

Faculty Director of International Programs 

Professor of Disability Studies, School of Education (by courtesy appointment)

Book Chapters

The Failure of the United States to Ratify the CRPD, in RECOGNIZING HUMAN RIGHTS IN DIFFERENT CULTURAL CONTEXTS: THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES (CRPD) (Emily J. Kakoullis & Kelley Johnson eds., 2020).

 

Law Review and Other Scholarly Articles

Potential Benefits and Limitations of the New Human rights Indicators for the Convention on the Rights of People With Disabilities, 116 AJILUNB 69 (2022).

The ADA at Thirty: Its Limits and Potential, 71 SYRACUSE L. R. 621 (2021).

 

Reports, News, and Commentary

Remote Work and the Future of Disability Accommodations (July 1, 2021). available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/ abstract=3895798. 

What a Day to Recognize People with Disabilities Should Mean to All of Us, SYRACUSE POST-STANDARD, December 3, 2020 at A19.

Nina A. Kohn

David M. Levy L’48 Professor of Law 

Faculty Director of Online Education

Law Review and Other Scholarly Articles

Realizing Supported Decision-Making: What it Does – and Does Not – Require, 21 AM. J. BIOETHICS 37 (2021).

Legislating Supported Decision-Making, 58 HARV. J. LEGIS. 313 (2021).

 

Reports, News, and Commentary

Britney Spears’ Case Has Shown Why Guardianship Laws Need to Change, THE GUARDIAN (Online) (Aug. 19, 2021).

Long-Term Care After Covid: A Roadmap for Reform, BILL OF HEALTH (Harvard Law Petrie-Flom Canter, June 2, 2021).

 

 

Kevin Noble Maillard

Professor of Law

Reports, News, and Commentary

The Beauty of Grape Dumplings, N.Y. TIMES, April 20, 2022 at D7.

Fry Bread is Beloved, but Also Divisive, N.Y. TIMES, November 3, 2021.

 

Robert G. Nassau

Executive Director, Office of Clinical Legal Education

Teaching Professor

Director, Low Income Taxpayer Clinic

Book Chapters

Claims and Suits for Refunds of Overpayments, in EFFECTIVELY REPRESENTING YOUR CLIENT BEFORE THE IRS: A PRACTICAL MAN UAL FOR THE TAX PRACTITIONER WITH SAMPLE CORRESPONDENCE AND FORMS (8th ed., 2021).

Mark P. Nevitt

Associate Professor of Law

Book Chapters

Domestic Military Operations and the Coronavirus Pandemic, in COVID-19: THE LEGAL CHALLENGES (Stephen Dycus & Eugene R. Fidell eds., 2021).

 

Law Review and Other Scholarly Articles

Is Climate Change a National Emergency?, 55 U.C. DAVIS L. REV. 591 (2021).

Is Climate Change a Threat to International Peace and Security?, 42 MICH. J. INT'L L. 527 (2021).

The Remaking of the Supreme Court: Implications for Climate Change Litigation & Regulation, 42 CARDOZO L. REV. 2911 (2021).

The Climate-Security Century: Three Climate Hotspots, 8 FLETCHER SECURITY REV. 80 (2021).

 

Reports, News, and Commentary

Four Climate Security Insights From the COVID-19 Pandemic Response, LAWFARE, Mar. 14, 2022.

The Operational and Legal Risks of a No-Fly Zone Over Ukrainian Skies, JUST SECURITY, Mar. 10, 2022.

The Russia-Ukraine Conflict, the Black Sea, and Montreux Convention, JUST SECURITY, Feb. 28, 2022.

2022 Update: Good Governance Paper No. 6: Domestic Military Operations, JUST SECURITY, Jan. 25, 2022.

Key Takeaways From the Glasgow Climate Pact, LAWFARE, Nov. 17, 2021.

What You Need to Know About the New Climate Security Reports, LAWFARE, Oct. 26, 2021.

China, Climate Change Credibility: Why It’s (Finally) Time for the US to Join the Law of the Sea Convention, JUST SECURITY, Sept. 23, 2021.

NATO’s Renewed Focus on Climate Change & Security: What you Need to Know, JUST SECURITY, June 23, 2021.

Michael A. Schwartz 

Associate Professor of Law 

Director, Disability Rights Clinic

Law Review and Other Scholarly Articles

Falling Through the Cracks: Deaf New Americans and Their Unsupported Educational Needs (with Brent C. Elder, Monu Chhetri & Zenna Preli), 12 EDUC. SCI. (2022).

Qualitative Research Within the Deaf Community in Northern Ireland: A Multilingual Approach (with Brent C. Elder), 15 ALTER- EUR. J. DISABILITY RSCH. 230 (2021).

C. Cora True-Frost

Bond, Schoeneck & King Distinguished Professor

Professor of Law

Book Chapters

Power Politics v. the Rule of Law in the United States: a Case Study, in THE RULE OF LAW IN RETREAT: CHALLENGES TO JUSTICE IN THE UNITED NATIONS WORLD (Slawomir Redo ed., 2022).

Law Review and Other Scholarly Articles

Listening to Dissonance at the Intersections of International\ Human Rights Law, 43 MICH. J. INT'L L. 361 (2022).

Can International Criminal Law Help Express the Unrealized Value of Disabled Lives? 116 AJIL UNBOUND 79 (2022).