Recent Publications *

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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)

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Dead People Don’t Eat: Food Governmentenomics and Conflicts-of-Interest in the USDA and FDA, Gabriela Steier, Pittsburgh Journal of Environmental & Public Health (2013)

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The WTO's Blind Spot: Dispute Resolution in the International Food Industry, Gabriela Steier, Mayhew-Hite Report - Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution (2013)
* Based on date of publication.
Updated as of 09/15/14

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

  1. The Italian Construction Contract: A Contribution to the European Construction Law, antonio lordi, Journal of Law & Commerce (2004).
  2. The Concept of Precedent and Its Significance in the Constitutional Law of the United States, Robert S. Barker, Revista Jurídica Democracia,Direito & Cidadania, (2010).
  3. 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).
  4. THE DUBIOUS STATUS OF THE ROLLING CONTRACT FORMATION THEORY, john e. murray jr, ExpressO (2011).
  5. Externalities in Industrial Food Production: The Costs of Profit, Gabriela Steier, Dartmouth Law Journal (2011).
  6. The Neglected History of Criminal Procedure, 1850-1940, Wesley M. Oliver, Rutgers Law Review (2010).
  7. Tradition and Europeanization in Italian Law: The New Path of European Law. A Review to a recent book of Professor Guido Alpa, antonio lordi, European Business Law Review (2006).
  8. Wonders of the Invisible World: Prosecutorial Syndrome and Profile Evidence in the Salem Witchcraft Trials, Jane Campbell Moriarty, Vermont Law Review (2001).
  9. Portland, Prohibition and Probable Cause: Maine's Role in Shaping Modern Criminal Procedure, Wesley M. Oliver, Maine Bar Journal (2008).
  10. The Attorney-Client Privilege in the European Union and Italy: Time for a Change, antonio lordi, Duquesne Business Law Journal (2008).
* Based on the average number of full-text downloads per day since the paper was posted.
Updated as of 09/15/14