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Charles W. Mooney, Jr., Professor of Law, served as Position Coordinator and member of the United States delegation for the U.S. Department of State at a diplomatic conference in Cape Town in October and November 2001, at which the Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment was completed, along with the Protocol on Matters Specific to Aircraft Equipment. He spoke in May 2002 on the Cape Town Convention at a conference in New York City on International Developments in Secured Transactions Law, sponsored by Dickinson School of Law of Pennsylvania State University. Also in May, he served in Montreal on the United States Delegation for the Preparatory Commission, created by the Cape Town Diplomatic Conference, for the creation of an international registry for interests in aircraft. In March 2002, Mooney presented “Modeling the Uniform Law “Process”: A Comment on Scott’s Rise and Fall of Article 2,” at the Symposium: Unifying Commercial Law in the Twentieth Century: Understanding the Impulse and Assessing the Effort, sponsored by the Louisiana Law Review, in Baton Rouge. In January 2002, he spoke on Revised UCC Article 9 in Scottsdale, Arizona, and he also presented his paper “The Roles of Individuals in UCC Reform: Is The Uniform Law Process a Potted Plant? The Case of Revised UCC Article 8,” at the Symposium: The Uniform Law Process: Lessons for a New Millennium, sponsored by the Oklahoma City University School of Law, in Oklahoma City. He spoke in Phoenix at an ALI-ABA program on Revised UCC Article 9 in February. In January, he spoke at an academic symposium on the uniform law process at Oklahoma City University School of Law, and again in March, on the same topic, at an academic conference at the Louisiana State University Law Center.

  • “A Normative Theory 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 (In progress)
  • “A Taxing New Model for Consumer Bankruptcy Discharge: Moving from Means Testing to Means Measurement” (In progress)
  • “The Roles of Individuals in UCC Reform: Is the Uniform Law Process a Potted Plant? The Case of Revised UCC Article 8,” Oklahoma City University Law Review (symposium issue Forthcoming 2002)
  • “Modeling the Uniform Law ‘Process’: A Comment on Scott’s Rise and Fall of Article 2,” 62 La. L.Rev. No. 4 (Forthcoming 2002)
  • “Commercial Law,” co-authors E. Farnsworth, John Honnold, Curtis Reitz and Steven Harris, Foundation Press, 6th ed. (2002)
  • Sales and Secured Financing (co-authors John Honnold, Curtis Reitz and Steven Harris) Foundation Press, 7th ed. (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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