Recent Publications *

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"The Hindrance of a Law Degree": Justice Kagan on Law and Experience, Laura Krugman Ray, Maryland Law Review Endnotes (2015)

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Are Vanity License Plates Considered Government Speech or Public Speech?, Alan E. Garfield, The News Journal (Wilmington, DE) (2015)

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How Obamacare’s Future Rests on a Single Clause, Alan E. Garfield, The News Journal (Wilmington, DE) (2015)

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Removing the Distraction of Delay, Jill E. Family, Catholic University Law Review (2015)

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Party Autonomy in Tort Theory and Reform, Christopher J. Robinette, Journal of Tort Law -- forthcoming (2015)

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State Practice as Metaphor: A Reconciliation Approach, Patrick Kelly, State Practice & International Law -- Forthcoming (2015)
* Based on date of publication.
Updated as of 04/23/15

Top 10 Papers in Selected Works @ Widener Law *

  1. The Landscape Art of Daniel Urban Kiley, John F. Nivala, William and Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review (2005).
  2. Writing the Statement of the Case: The "Bear" Necessities, Randy Lee, Whittier Law Review (1989).
  3. Uprooting the Arguments Against Same-Sex Marriages, John G. Culhane, Cardozo Law Review (1999).
  4. The Option Contract: Irrevocable Not Irrejectable, Michael J. Cozzillio, Catholic University Law Review (1990).
  5. Mules, Madonnas, Babies, Bathwater, Racial Imagery and Stereotypes: The African-American Woman and the Battered Woman Syndrome, Linda L. Ammons, Wisconsin Law Review (1994).
  6. Private Actions for Public Nuisance: Common Law Citizen Suits for Relief From Environmental Harm, David R. Hodas, Ecology Law Quarterly (1989).
  7. Common Law Duties of Non-Director Corporate Officers, Lawrence A. Hamermesh and A. Gilchrist Sparks, Business Lawyer (1992).
  8. Corporate Officers and The Business Judgment Rule: A Reply to Professor Johnson, Lawrence A. Hamermesh and A. Gilchrist Sparks, Business Lawyer (2005).
  9. The Athletic Scholarship and the College National Letter of Intent: A Contract By Any Other Name, Michael J. Cozzillio, Wayne Law Review (1989).
  10. The Moral Good Theory of Punishment, Robert Justin Lipkin, University of Florida Law Review (1988).
* Based on the average number of full-text downloads per day since the paper was posted.
Updated as of 04/23/15