Prof. Eric Goldman posted a new article, “The Constitutionality of Mandating Editorial Transparency,” forthcoming in the Hastings Law Journal.

Prof. Eric Goldman ranked #12 on TaxProf Blog’s Top 50 Most Downloaded U.S. Law Professors of 2021. 

Prof. Pratheepan Gulasekaram published an essay, “The People,’ Citizenship, and Firearms,” in the Duke Center for Firearms Law Second Thoughts Blog. 

Prof. Michelle Oberman posted a new article, How Abortion Laws Do and Don’t Work,that analyzes Israel’s abortion system to draw some lessons for U.S. abortion policy.

Prof. Nick Serafin received an honorable mention from the Association of American Law Schools for his article, “Redefining the Badges of Slavery.”

Prof. David Yosifon published an article, “Moby-Dick as Corporate Catastrophe: Law, Ethics, and Redemption,” in the University of Cincinnati Law Review. The article was reviewed in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Corporate Governance

Several professors, including Profs. Michael Asimow, Eric Goldman, Don Polden, and Tseming Yang, presented at the 2022 AALS Annual Meeting; and Profs. Eric Goldman and David Sloss will serve on AALS section executive committees in 2022.