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Faculty Briefs

  

Faculty Briefs

Recent faculty publications and activities


“Libertarians and Abortion Restrictions: Where’s the Outrage?” The Daily Caller, February 16, 2016.
Co-authored, with I. Glenn Cohen and M. Murray, an amicus brief in the Supreme Court case of Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt.
Sharona Hoffman
Co-authored with Salvador, Ohio Juvenile Law (West Co. 2015).
Co-authored with L. Katz, Ohio Criminal Laws and Rules (West Co. 2016).
“Change, Dissent, and the Problem of Consent,” in The Rise of Corporate Religious Liberty (Chad Flanders, Zoë Robinson & Micah Schwartzman eds., Oxford University Press 2016) (essay in edited volume).
“The First Amendment and the Politics of Reproductive Health Care,” 50 Wash. U. J.L. & Policy (forthcoming 2016).
2015 Supplement, Baldwin’s Ohio Practice, Evidence (West Co. 3d ed. 2010).
Ohio Evidence Handbook (West Co. 2015).
“‘Junk Science’: The Criminal Cases, in Expert Evidence and Scientific Proof in Criminal Cases” (Paul Roberts ed. 2014) (reprinting 84 Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology 1).
“Defense Experts and the Myth of Cross-Examination,” 30 Criminal Justice __ (Fall 2015).
“Closing Argument,” 29 Criminal Justice 39 (Winter 2015).
“The Curious Case of the Pompous Postmaster: Myers v. United States,” 65 Case Western Reserve Law Review 1059 (2015).
“John Quincy Adams,” in The Presidents and the Constitution: A Living History 89 (Kenneth Gormley ed., 2016).
“Use of Foreign Law by the U.S. Supreme Court,” in The Culture of Judicial Independence in a Globalized World (Shimon Shetreet ed., forthcoming).
  
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