College of Law Provost's Report Citations

Andrea Armstrong, Associate Professor

Race, Prison Discipline, and the Law, 5 U.C. Irvine L. Rev. 759 (2015)

John F. Blevins, Associate Professor

The FCC and the "Pre-Internet," 91 Ind. L.J. 1309 (2016)

Mitchell F. Crusto, Henry F. Bonura, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Law

State of Emergency: An Emergency Constitution Revisited, 61 Loy. L. Rev. 471 (2015)

Davida Finger, Clinic Professor

Post-Disaster Housing Through the Lens of Litigation: The Katrina Housing Justice Docket, 61 Loy. L. Rev. 591 (2015)

Bobby Marzine Harges, Adams & Reese Distinguished Professor of Law

From Family Law to Legacy Disputes: The Many Uses of Alternative Dispute Resolution Techniques in Louisiana, 64 La. B.J. 194 (2016) (Co-author, with  Ilijana Todorovic)

Harges & Jones' Louisiana Evidence (Thomson Reuters 2016) (Co-author, with Russell L. Jones)

Louisiana Evidence: Problems, Cases And Materials (2d ed., Esquire Books 2016) (Co-author, with Russell Jones)

Louisiana Practice: DWI (Thomson Reuters 2016)

Recent Developments in ADR, 63 LA. B.J. 281 (2016) (Co-author, with Ilijana Todorovic)

Johanna Kalb, Associate Professor

International State Constitutionalism Continued, 91 Wash. L. Rev. Online 141 (2016)

Time in Cell: Isolation and Incarceration, 125 Yale L.J. Forum 212 (2016) (Co-author, with
Judith Resnik & Sarah Baumgartel)

María Pabón López, Professor

No Hablamos Habeas: How Incarcerated Immigrant Inmates Struggle with Ineffective Assistance of Counsel Language Access Claims, 56 Santa Clara L. Rev. 703 (2016) (Co-author, with Jessica Salafia)

John A. Lovett, DeVan D. Daggett, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Law

Somewhat at Sea: Public Use and Third-Party Transfer Limits in Two US States, in Rethinking Expropriation Law I: Rethinking Public Interest In Expropriation 93 (Björn Hoops et al. eds., Eleven Int’l Publ’g 2015)

Can Charter School Save Cities? Social Capital and Urban Public Education, in How Cities Will Save The World: Urban Innovation In The Face Of Population Flows, Climate Change And Economic Inequality 159 (Ray Brescia & John Traves Marshall eds., Routledge 2016)

M. Isabel Medina, Ferris Family Distinguished Professor of Law

Loyola University New Orleans College of Law: A History (LSU Press 2016)

Migration Law in the United States (Wolters Kluwer 2016)

Town of Castle Rock versus Gonzales, in US Feminist Judgments (Linda Berger, Bridget Crawford & Kathy Stanchi eds., Cambridge University Press 2016)

Luz M. Molina, Clinic Professor

Vulnerabilities of Low-Wage Workers and Some Thoughts on Improving Workplace Protections: The Experience of the Workplace Justice Project, 17 Loy. J. Pub. Int. L 215, 217 (2016) (Co-author, with Andrea M. Agee & Erika A. Zucker)

Denise Pilié, Academic Success Instructor

Settlement and Alternative Dispute Resolution, in Louisiana Civil Pretrial Procedure 913 (Max Tobias, John M. Landis & Gerald E. Meunier eds., Thomson Reuters 2015)

Markus G. Puder, The Honorable Herbert W. Christenberry Professor of Law

L'interpretazione del Sistema Giuridico Onusiano nella Giurisprudenza Interna e Internazionale: Il Caso della Seconda Guerra del Gulfo [The Interpretation of the United Nation’s Legal System in Municipal and International Law: The Case of the Second Gulf War], in Il Diritto Internazionale Alla Prova Del Caos: Alla Ricerca Di Una Logica Giuridica [International Law Put To The Test Of Chaos: Finding A Legal Logic] 105 (Giancarlo Guarino ed., 2016)

Guidance and Control Mechanisms for the Construction of UN-System Law–Sung and Unsung Tales from the Coalition of the Willing, or Not, 121 Penn ST. L. Rev. 143 (2016)

The Construction of UN-System Law in Domestic and International Courts-The Second Gulf War as a Case Study, 5 Ordine Internazionale E Diritti Umani (OIDU) [International Legal Order And Human Rights] 840 (2015)

William P. Quigley, Professor

A Letter to Social Justice Advocates: Thirteen Lessons Learned by Katrina Social Justice Advocates Looking Back Ten Years Later, 61 Loy. L. Rev. 623 (2015)

Craig Robert Senn, Janet Mary Riley Distinguished Professor of Law

Redefining Protected "Opposition" Activity in Employment Retaliation Cases, 37 Cardozo L. Rev. 2035 (2016)

Leslie A. Shoebotham, Victor H. Schiro Distinguished Professor of Law

Canine Drug-Detection Evidence: Admissibility, Canine Qualifications, and Investigative Practices, in Canine Olfaction Science And Law: Advances In Forensic Science, Medicine, Conservation, And Environmental Remediation 217 (Tadeusz Jezierski, John Ensminger & L. E. Papet eds., CRC Press 2016)

Stephen Singer, Assistant Clinic Professor

Elections, Power, and Local Control: Reining in Chief Prosecutors and Sheriffs, 15 U. Md. L.J. Race, Religion, Gender & Class 319 (2015) (Co-author, with Janet C. Hoeffel)

Karen Sokol, Associate Professor

East Meets West in Civil Disobedience Theory and Beyond: Lessons From Mohandas K. Gandhi & Martin Luther King, in The Global Community Yearbook Of International Law And Jurisprudence 2015, at 125 (Giuliana Ziccardi Capaldo ed., Oxford Univ. Press 2016)

Imre S. Szalai, Judge John D. Wessel Distinguished Professor in Social Justice

Exploring the Federal Arbitration Act Through the Lens of History, 2016 J. Disp. Resol. 115

Robert R. M. Verchick, Gauthier-St. Martin Eminent Scholar and Chair in Environmental Law

Culture, Cognition, and Climate, 2016 U. Ill. L. Rev. 969

Climate Change, Resilience, And Fairness: How Nonstructural Adaptation Can Protect And Empower Socially Vulnerable Communities On The Gulf Coast (Center for Progressive Reform 2016) (Co-author, with Carmen Gonzalez, Alice Kaswan, Yee Huang, Shawn Bowen & Nowal Jamhour)

Disaster Law and Climate Change, in Climate Change Law 673 (Daniel A. Farber & Marjan Peeters eds., Edward Elgar 2016)

Environmental Law, in CUBA: A LEGAL GUIDE TO BUSINESS 211 (José Cot & Rolando Anillo eds., Thomas Reuters 2016)

Feminist Legal Theory: A Primer (2d ed., NYU Press 2016) (Co-author, with Nancy Levit)

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