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CHARLES W. MOONEY, JR. Professor of Law continues to serve as Position Coordinator and member of the United States delegation for the U.S. Department of State on the Draft Convention for the International Secured Financing of Mobile Equipment, and will represent the United States at a diplomatic conference in South Africa in November 2001. He also continues as an advisor to the Standby Committee on Uniform Commercial Code Revision of Article 9 (Secured Transactions). In October 2000 and March 2001 he spoke at ALI-ABA Programs, and in January 2001 he was a facilitator at the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Annual Bankruptcy Conference. Professor Mooney spoke at a conference on secured financing in San Salvador, El Salvador in April 2001.
A Normative Theory of Bankruptcy: Bankruptcy As (Is) Civil Procedure (In progress)

A Primer on Secured Transaction, in Personal Property (co-authors Steven L. Harris and Randal C. Picker) (Forthcoming 2002)

Commercial Law (co-authors E. Farnsworth, John Honnold, Curtis Reitz and Steven Harris) Foundation Press, 6th ed. (Forthcoming 2002)

Sales and Secured Financing (co-authors John Honnold, Curtis Reitz and Steven Harris) Foundation Press, 7th ed. (Forthcoming 2001)

Extraterritorial Impact of Choice-of-Law Rules for Non-United States Debtors Under Revised U.C.C. Article 9 and a New Proposal for International Harmonization, in Cross-Border Security and Insolvency, eds. M. Bridge & R. Stevens (Oxford University Press, 2001)

Revised Article 9 Meets the Bankruptcy Code: Policy and Impact (co-author Steven L. Harris), 9 American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review 85 (2001)

Security Interests in Personal Property (co-authors John Honnold and Steven Harris) Foundation Press, 2d ed. (1992); Supp. (1999); 3d ed. (2000)

STEPHEN J. MORSE Ferdinand Wakeman Hubbell Professor of Law and Professor of Law & Psychology in Psychiatry
Criminal Responsibility and Legal Insanity, in Encyclopedia of Psychology, ed. Alan E. Kazdin, (Oxford University Press, 2000)

Deprivation and Desert, in From Social Justice to Criminal Justice, eds. W. Hefferman and J. Kleinig, (Oxford University Press, 2000)

Hooked on Hype: Addiction and Responsibility, 19 Law and Philosophy 3 (2000)

The Moral Metaphysics of Causation and Results (Symposium in Honor of Professor Sandi Kadish): The Morality of Criminal Law, 88 California Law Review 879 (2000)

Rationality and Responsibility, 74 Southern California Law Review 251 (2000)

 
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