Top 10 Papers in Selected Works @ Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law *

  1. Juvenile Transfer Laws: An Effective Deterrent to Delinquency?, Richard E. Redding, Juvenile Justice Bulletin (2008).
  2. Corporations are People Too: A Multi-Dimensional Approach to the Corporate Personhood Puzzle, Susanna K. Ripken, Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law (2009).
  3. Corporate Social Responsibility in a Remedy-Seeking Society: A Public Choice Perspective, Donald J. Kochan, Chapman Law Review (symposium) (2014).
  4. Can We Secure the Hallowed Halls of Academe?, Denis Binder, ExpressO (2008).
  5. A SLAPP in the Face: Why Principles of Federalism Suggest that Federal District Courts Should Stop Turning the Other Cheek, Lisa Litwiller, J. Ct. Innov (2008).
  6. Policy Oscillation in California's Law of Premises Liability, Ronald L. Steiner, McGeorge Law Review (2007).
  7. Emergency Action Plans: A Legal and Practical Blueprint Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail, Denis Binder, University of Pittsburgh Law Review (2002).
  8. The Emerging First Amendment Law of Managerial Prerogative, Lawrence Rosenthal, Fordham Law Review (2008).
  9. COMPULSORY WATER FLUORIDATION: JUSTIFIABLE PUBLIC HEALTH BENEFIT OR HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH WITHOUT INFORMED CONSENT, Rita F. Barnett Ms., ExpressO (2014).
  10. Law, Food, and Culture: Mexican Corn's National Identity Cooked in 'Tortilla Discourses' Post-TLC/NAFTA, Ernesto A. Hernandez-Lopez, St. Thomas Law Review (2008).
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Updated as of 08/24/14