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Faculty Activities

As listed in the Spring 2014 Florida State Law magazine

Frederick M. Abbott, Edward Ball Eminent Scholar
Book: Emerging Markets and the World Patent Order (with Carlos M. Correa & Peter Drahos, editors) (Edward Elgar Publishing 2013). Book Chapters and Essays: Emerging Markets and the World Patent Order: The Forces of Change (with C. Correa & P. Drahos), in Emerging Markets and the World Patent Order (Edward Elgar Publishing 2013); The United States Response to Emerging Technological Powers (with C. Correa & P. Drahos), in Emerging Markets and the World Patent Order (Edward Elgar Publishing 2013); Trade Costs and Shadow Benefits: EU Economic Partnership Agreements as Models for Progressive Development of International IP Law, in EU Bilateral Trade Agreements and Intellectual Property: For Better or Worse? (J. Drexl, H. Grosse Ruse-Khan & S. Nadde-Phlix, editors) (Springer Publishers 2014); Prof. Ernst-Ullrich Petersmann and the Work of the ILA Committee on International Trade Law (1993–2012), in Reflections on the Constitutionalisation of International Economic Law (M. Cremora et al., editors) (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers 2014) Presentations: Investment Chapters in Trade Agreements: IP rights as protected investments (Washington D.C., 2014 ASIL Annual Meeting & ILA Biennial Conference, Panel Chair, April 2014); Intellectual Property, Trade and Public Health (Berne, Switzerland, World Trade Institute, March 2014); WHO/PHI Resource Group on Local Production and Technology Transfer: Status Report (Geneva, Switzerland, World Health Organization, Global Advisory Committee on Local Production and Related Technology Transfer, March 2014); Intellectual Property and Global Public Health: Key concepts and perspectives (Geneva, Switzerland, Graduate Institute Global Health Program, February 2014). 

Wendi Adelson, Clinical Professor
Article: Child Trafficking and the Unavoidable Internet, 19 Sw. J. Int’l L. 281 (2013). Presentations: Saving our Youth: Faces of Human Trafficking (Tallahassee, Keynote Speaker, February 2014); Share Our Stories: Human Trafficking Awareness Seminar (Tallahassee, Master of Ceremonies, February 2014); Out of Bondage: Combating Sex Trafficking in South Florida (Boynton Beach, Moderator, January 2014); The Medical Community and Human Trafficking (Tampa, Florida Human Trafficking Summit, October 2013). Recognition: Adelson’s book, This is Our Story, has been selected by Florida State University for distribution at the fall 2014 convocation, through the One Book, One Campus initiative. The university’s 7,000 incoming students receiving the book will read about human trafficking and public interest lawyering.

Kelli A. Alces, Loula Fuller and Dan Myers Professor
Article: Legal Diversification, 113 Colum. L. Rev. 1977 (2013).

Paolo Annino, Glass Professor of Public Interest Law
Presentations: Hidden Children: Medically Fragile Children (Tampa, Friends of Joshua House Foundation – Child Abuse Awareness Luncheon, Keynote Speaker, April 2014); The Plight of the Uninsured (Tallahassee, Florida State University College of Medicine Cover the Uninsured Week, Panelist, March 2014); Florida’s History of Institutionalizing Children with Disabilities (Tallahassee, National Council on Disability, Medicaid Managed Care: Building Community Systems of Care, February 2014).

Rob E. Atkinson, Jr., Ruden McClosky Professor
Article: Philanthropy’s Future: Questioning Today’s Assumptions, Re-Affirming Yesterday’s
Foundations, 4 Wm. & Mary Pol’y Rev. 251 (2013).

Shawn J. Bayern, Larry and Joyce Beltz Professor of Torts
Of Bitcoins, Independently Wealthy Software, and the Zero-Member LLC, 108 Nw. U. L. Rev. Online 257 (2014), at http://www.law.northwestern.edu/lawreview/online/2014/6/Bayern.pdf. Presentation: Metacontextual Contract Interpretation (Miami, Ninth Annual International Contracts Conference, February 2014).

Courtney Cahill, Donald Hinkle Professor
Article: Abortion and Disgust, 48 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 410 (2013).

Donna R. Christie, Elizabeth C. & Clyde W. Atkinson Professor
Book: Ocean & Coastal Law (with A. Rieser, R. Hildreth & J. Kalo) (4th ed., West 2013).

Joseph M. Dodge, Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson Professor
Article: Disallowing Deductions Paid with Excluded Income, 32 Va. Tax Rev. 749 (2013).

Charles W. Ehrhardt, Emeritus Professor
Book: Ehrhardt's Florida Evidence (West 2013 ed.).  

Shi-Ling Hsu, Larson Professor
Article: Capital Rigidities, Latent Externalities, 51 Houston L. Rev. 719 (2014). Presentations: Capital Rigidities, Latent Externalities (Bloomington, Indiana, Maurer School of Law, Indiana University, March 2014) (Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Wake Forest University School of Law, March 2014) (Montreal, Canada, Montreal Natural Resources and Environmental Economics Workshop, Centre interuniversitaire de recherché en économie quantitative, February 2014); The Case for a Carbon Tax (Atlanta, Georgia, Citizens Climate Lobby Southeast Regional Meeting, January 2014). Recognition: Serves as co-editor of the recently launched Law & Economics Prof Blog.

Steve R. Johnson, University Professor
Presentations: Reasoned Explanation and IRS Adjudication (Durham, North Carolina, Duke University School of Law, 44th Annual Administrative Law Symposium, February 2014); Florida Bankers Ass’n v. Treasury: Treasury Regulations and International Tax Enforcement Cooperation (American Bar Association Section of Taxation Administrative Practice Committee National Telephone CLE, February 2014).

Marshall Kapp, Professor of Medicine and Law
Chapters: Advance Medical Care Planning:  The Legal Environment, in Advance Care Planning:  Communicating About Matters of Life and Death (Leah Rogne & Susana L. McCune, editors) (New York: Springer Publishing Company 2014); Advance Directives, in Encyclopedia of Elder Care (Elizabeth A. Capezuti, Michael L. Malone, Paul R. Katz & Mathy D. Mezey, editors) (3rd ed., New York: Springer Publishing Company 2014); Nursing Home Reform Act, in Encyclopedia of Elder Care (Elizabeth A. Capezuti, Michael L. Malone, Paul R. Katz & Mathy D. Mezey, editors) (3rd ed., New York: Springer Publishing Company 2014); Substitute Decision Making, in Encyclopedia of Elder Care (Elizabeth A. Capezuti, Michael L. Malone, Paul R. Katz & Mathy D. Mezey, editors) (3rd ed., New York: Springer Publishing Company 2014). Articles: Florida’s Health Care Certificate of Need: Is Florida’s Certificate of Need Program Necessary? (with Leslie M. Beitsch), Health Foundation of South Florida (January 2014); The POLST Paradigm for Patients With Advanced, Irreversible Illness: A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Basis for Legal Codification, 32 Med. & L. 373 (2013). Presentations: Home and Community-Based Long Term Care Services and Supports:  What Does Health Reform Have to Do With It? (Saint Louis, Missouri, Saint Louis University School of Law Center for Health Law Studies, 26th Annual Health Law Symposium: Health Care Reform, Transition and Transformation in Long Term Care, March 2014); The Affordable Care Act and Its Impact on Clinical Practice: Still Guessing After More than Three Years (Pensacola, Best Clinical Practice Symposium sponsored by Sacred Heart Health System and Sacred Heart Senior Services, January 2014); Long-Term Care: Resident-Centered vs. Resident-Directed (Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, Annual FOCUS Conference sponsored by Wisconsin Department of Health Services, November 2013).

Jeffrey H. Kahn, Charles W. Ehrhardt Professor
Article: The End of Cash, the Income Tax, and the Next 100 Years (with Gregg D. Polsky), 41 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 159 (2013).

Lawrence S. Krieger, Clinical Professor and Director of Clinical Externship Programs
Presentations: New Data on Lawyer Well-Being, and the Law School Context (New Orleans, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, February 2014); What Makes Lawyers Happy? (New York City, Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools, January 2014); Personality Coherence and Attorney Well-Being (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, University of Saskatchewan College of Law, Conference on Power in the Law, November 2013).

David E. Landau, Assistant Professor and Associate Dean for International Programs
Presentations: Democracy and a Limited Doctrine of Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendment (with Rosalind Dixon) (New York City, Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, Symposium on Comparative Constitutional Change: New Perspectives on Formal and Informal Amendment, January 2014); The Challenge of Abusive Constitutionalism (New York City, Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, Bridge Program: Constitution-Making in Egypt and the Middle East: A Stalled Arab Spring or a Pathway to Democracy?, January 2014); Superficial Convergence (Seattle, Washington, University of Washington Roundtable on Comparative Constitutional Law, December 2013).

Tahirih V. Lee , Associate Professor
Presentations: The United States Court for China: A Hodgepodge Judicial Institution That Reflected Local Needs (New York City, Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, January 2014); Media Transmissions as Case Law in China (New York City, Federalist Society Faculty Conference, January 2014).

Jake Linford, Assistant Professor
Article: Unilateral Reordering in the Reel World, 88 Wash. L. Rev. 1395 (2013) (invited symposium contribution). Presentation: Semantic Shift and Trademark Incapacity (Santa Clara, California, Santa Clara University School of Law, Works in Progress: Intellectual Property, February 2014).

Wayne A. Logan, Gary & Sallyn Pajcic Professor
Articles: Dirty Silver Platters: The Enduring Challenge of Intergovernmental Investigative Illegality, 99 Iowa L. Rev. 293 (2013); Florence v. Board of Chosen Freeholders: Police Power Takes a More Intrusive Turn, 46 Akron L. Rev. 413 (2013) (symposium). Presentation: Mandatory Minimum Sentences (Orlando, National Board Meeting of the Federal Bar Association, January 2014).

Dan Markel, D’Alemberte Professor
Presentations: Catalyzing Fans (Florida International University, March 2014) (New York City, Federalist Society Faculty Conference, January 2014) (Malibu, California, Pepperdine University, December 2013); Luck or Law: Remedial Considerations (Malibu, California, Pepperdine University, Prawfsfest!, December 2013).

Bruce A. Markell, Jeffrey A. Stoops Professor
Contracts: Making and Doing Deals (with David G. Epstein & Lawrence Ponoroff) (4th ed., West Academic Group 2014). Article: Substance Over Form in Fraudulent Transfer Law: Diebold Foundation, Inc. v. Commissioner, 34 Bankruptcy Law Letter 2 (February, 2014). 

David L. Markell, Steven M. Goldstein Professor and Associate Dean for Environmental Programs
Chapter: Civil Remedies (with E. Hammond), in Global Climate Change and U.S. Law (Gerrard & Freeman, editors) (2nd ed., American Bar Association 2014). Article: EPA Enforcement: A Heightened Emphasis on Mitigation Relief, 45 Trends 13 (March/April 2014) (ABA Section of Environment, Energy and Resources). Recognitions: Continued to serve as a member of the North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation National Advisory Committee; Serves as a member of the Organization of American States Sustainable Development Advisory Committee.

Murat Mungan, Assistant Professor
Articles: Forfeiture of Illegal Gains, Attempts, and Implied Risk Preferences (with Jonathan Klick), 43 J. Legal Stud. 137 (2014); A Behavioral Justification for Escalating Punishment Schemes, 37 Int'l Rev. L. & Econ. 189 (2014); Reverse Payments, Perverse Incentives, 27 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 1 (2013); Optimal Warning Strategies: Punishment Ought not to be Inflicted where the Penal Provision is not Properly Conveyed, 9 Rev. L. & Econ. 303 (2013). Recognition: Serves as co-editor of the recently launched Law & Economics Prof Blog.

Garrick Pursley, Assistant Professor
Article: Properties in Constitutional Systems, 92 N.C. L. Rev. 547 (2014) (reviewing Adrian Vermeule, The System of the Constitution (2011)). Presentation: Thinning Out Structural Theory (Malibu, California, Pepperdine University School of Law, Prawfsfest!, December 2013).

Mark B. Seidenfeld, Patricia A. Dore Professor of Administrative Law and Associate Dean for Research
Presentations: A Process Failure Theory of Statutory Interpretation (Macon, Georgia, Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law, Faculty Workshop, March 2014); New Faces in Administrative Law (New York City, Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, Panel of Junior and Senior Scholars, January 2014); Step Two of Chevron in the Federal Courts of Appeal (Louisville Kentucky, University of Louisville, Administrative Law Discussion Forum, December 2013). 

Nat S. Stern, John W. & Ashley E. Frost Professor
Article: The Case for Mandatory Training on Screening for Domestic Violence in the Wake of the Affordable Care Act (with Karen Oehme), 17 U. Pa. J.L. & Soc. Change 1 (2014) (symposium).

Mark Spottswood, Assistant Professor
Articles: Bridging the Gap Between Bayesian and Story-Comparison Models of Juridical Inference, 13 Law, Probability & Risk 47 (2014); The Hidden Structure of Fact-Finding, 64 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 131 (2013). Presentations: Emotional Fact-Finding (Charlottesville, Virginia, University of Virginia School of Law, Seventeenth Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities, March 2014) (Gainesville, University of Florida Levin College of Law, Faculty Workshop, February 2014). 

Fernando Tesón, Tobias Simon Eminent Scholar
Chapters: The Moral Basis of Humanitarian Intervention Revisited, in The Ethics of Armed Intervention (Don Scheid, editor) (Cambridge University Press 2014); The Moral Structure of Humanitarian Intervention, in Contemporary Debates in Applied Ethics (A. Altman & C. Wellman, editors) (Wiley-Blackwell 2014). Articles: Grotius on War and the State, Liberty Matters (March 2014) (with comments by Eric Mack, Hans Blom, & Paul Carrese), at http://oll.libertyfund.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1693&Itemid=366; When Philosophers Misdiagnose, 74 Analysis 107 (2014); The Kiobel Decision: The End of an Era, 8 N.Y.U. J.L. & Liberty 161 (2013).

Franita Tolson , Betty T. Ferguson Professor of Voting Rights
Presentations: The March Ongoing: Voting Rights in the 21st Century (Atlanta, Jewish Council for Public Affairs Plenum, March 2014); The Popular Sovereignty Foundations of the Right to Vote (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, February 2014); Congressional Authority to Protect Voting Rights after Shelby County and Arizona Inter Tribal (New York City, American Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting, January 2014).   

Manuel A. Utset, Jr. , William & Catherine VanDercreek Professor
Presentation: Timely Reliance (Miami Gardens, St. Thomas University School of Law, International Conference on Contracts, February 2014). Recognition: Serves as co-editor of the recently launched Law & Economics Prof Blog.

Hannah Wiseman, Assistant Professor
Articles: Remedying Regulatory Diseconomies of Scale, 94 B.U. L. Rev. 235 (2014); Hybrid Energy Governance (with Hari M. Osofsky), 2014 U. Ill. L. Rev. 1 (2014); Urban Energy, 41 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1793 (2013) (invited symposium contribution). Presentations: Allocating Energy Governance (Houston, Texas, University of Houston Law Center, Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources Center Speaker Series, invited speaker, February 2014); Revisiting the Regulatory Commons in Energy Governance (Provo, Utah, Brigham Young University Law School, Law Review Symposium, The Global Commons, invited panelist, January 2014); The Federal Role in State Policy Diffusion (Chicago, Illinois, Northwestern University Law School, Second Annual Searle Center Conference on Federalism and Energy, invited panelist, November 2013). 

Samuel R. Wiseman, Assistant Professor
Article: Pretrial Detention and the Right to be Monitored, 123 Yale L.J. 1344 (2014). Presentation: Selling Habeas (University of Houston Law Center, Faculty Workshop, invited speaker, February 2014). 

Mary Ziegler, Assistant Professor
Presentations: Choice at Work: Movement-Countermovement Consensus, Reproductive Liberty, and the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (Boston University, A Revolutionary Moment: Women's Liberation in the 1960s and 1970s, March 2014); Originalism Talk: A Legal History (Northeastern University Law School, Legal Scholarship 4.0: Looking Toward the Future, March 2014); Pro-Life Constitutionalism and the Making of Legal Conservatism (Washington, D.C., American Historical Association Conference, January 2014); Remaking a Right to Choose, 1973-1985 (Rutgers University Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research, Rutgers University-New Brunswick, Rutgers Symposium on Fetal and Women’s Bodies, November 2013); Beyond Backlash: Rethinking Social-Movement Responses to Roe v. Wade (Washington and Lee University School of Law, Symposium: Roe at Forty—The Controversy Continues, November 2013).