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Legal Research & Scholarship News: September 2018

September 06, 2018


Below are the most recent additions to The Penn Law Legal Scholarship Repository. The Penn Law Legal Scholarship Repository, a service of the Biddle Law Library, collects and preserves the scholarly output of Penn Law. All works are available for immediate download via PDF.  


Katz, Leo and Sandroni, Alvaro, “The Inevitability and Ubiquity of Cycling in All Feasible Legal Regimes: A Formal Proof” (2017). Faculty Scholarship. 1995.


Fisch, Jill E. and Sepe, Simone M., “Shareholder Collaboration” (2018). Faculty Scholarship. 1996.


Feldman, Eric A., “Law, Society, and Setsuo: Miyazawa’s Influence on Socio-Legal Studies” (2017). Faculty Scholarship. 1997.


Fisch, Jill E., “Making Sustainability Disclosure Sustainable” (2018). Faculty Scholarship. 1998.


Feldman, Eric A., “Regulating E-Cigarettes: Why Policies Diverge” (2016). Faculty Scholarship. 1999.


Feldman, Eric A., “Baby M Turns 30: The Law and Policy of Surrogate Motherhood” (2018). Faculty Scholarship. 2000.


Robinson, Paul H. and Robinson, Sarah M., “CRIMES THAT CHANGED OUR WORLD: TRAGEDY, OUTRAGE, AND REFORM: Chapter One: 1911 Triangle Factory Fire: Building Safety Codes” (2018). Faculty Scholarship. 2001.


Robinson, Paul H. and Williams, Tyler Scot, “MAPPING AMERICAN CRIMINAL LAW: VARIATIONS ACROSS THE 50 STATES: Chapter One: Distributive Principles of Criminal Law” (2018). Faculty Scholarship. 2002.


Galbraith, Jean, “Contemporary Practice of the United States Relating to International Law (112:3 Am J Int’l L)” (2018). Faculty Scholarship. 2003.


Murphy, Michael, “Occam’s Phaser: Making Proportional Discovery (Finally) Work in Litigation by Requiring Phased Discovery” (2016). Faculty Scholarship. 2004.

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