Recent Publications *

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Holistic Pregnancy: Rejecting the Theory of the Adversarial Mother, Rona Kaufman Kitchen, Hastings Women's Law Journal (2015)

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Constrained Choice: Mothers, the State, and Domestic Violence, Rona Kaufman Kitchen, Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review (2015)

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Designing Spaces: Planning the Physical Space for a Legal Writing Program, Jan M. Levine, Duquesne University School of Law Research Paper (2014)

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Silence is Golden: Using a "Silent Scrolling Powerpoint" Series to Enhance Your Course Dynamic, Julia M. Glencer Professor, Duquesne University School of Law Research Paper (2013)

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Getting Published: Striving for the Byline, Lauren Gailey and Duquesne Juris, Duquesne Juris (2013)

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My Paper Makes SSRN Top Ten List, Gabriela Steier (2013)
* Based on date of publication.
Updated as of 07/27/15

Top 10 Papers in SelectedWorks @ Duquesne University School of Law *

  1. The Concept of Precedent and Its Significance in the Constitutional Law of the United States, Robert S. Barker, Revista Jurídica Democracia,Direito & Cidadania, (2010).
  2. The Italian Construction Contract: A Contribution to the European Construction Law, antonio lordi, Journal of Law & Commerce (2004).
  3. THE DUBIOUS STATUS OF THE ROLLING CONTRACT FORMATION THEORY, john e. murray jr, ExpressO (2011).
  4. Using Brain Imaging for Lie Detection: Where Science, Law, and Policy Collide, Daniel D. Langleben and Jane Campbell Moriarty, Psychology, Public Policy, and Law (2012).
  5. Externalities in Industrial Food Production: The Costs of Profit, Gabriela Steier, Dartmouth Law Journal (2011).
  6. The Attorney-Client Privilege in the European Union and Italy: Time for a Change, antonio lordi, Duquesne Business Law Journal (2008).
  7. The Neglected History of Criminal Procedure, 1850-1940, Wesley M. Oliver, Rutgers Law Review (2010).
  8. Recent Alumni Profile Gabriela Steier, Gabriela Steier, Duquesne Law Alumni Magazine (2013).
  9. Wonders of the Invisible World: Prosecutorial Syndrome and Profile Evidence in the Salem Witchcraft Trials, Jane Campbell Moriarty, Vermont Law Review (2001).
  10. Portland, Prohibition and Probable Cause: Maine's Role in Shaping Modern Criminal Procedure, Wesley M. Oliver, Maine Bar Journal (2008).
* Based on the average number of full-text downloads per day since the paper was posted.
Updated as of 07/27/15