Selected Faculty Publications for 2022

2022 Selected Faculty Publications

Abdullah, Aamir , Westlaw's Key Number System, 51 CO. LAW 8 (2022).

Abdullah, Aamir , How Academic Law Librarian Fellowship Programs Benefit Participants and Sponsoring Institutions, (with Cody B. James) 27 AALL SPECTRUM 3 (2022).

Abdullah, Aamir , Westlaw, Do Tell, NOTES BETWEEN US BLOG (2022).

Abdullah, Aamir , The Measure of Government Speech, THE FACULTY RESOURCE CENTER (2022).

Abdullah, Aamir , AI Writer: Generating the Future of Text, NOTES BETWEEN US BLOG (2022).

Abdullah, Aamir , AI Writing Generators: The Future Or A Fad?, NOTES BETWEEN US BLOG (2022).

Abdullah, Aamir , reMarkable: The Way We Change for Technology, NOTES BETWEEN US BLOG (2022).

Brunet Marks, Alexia , Essential But Ignored: COVID-19 Litigation and the Meatpacking Industry, 14 Northeastern Law Review 1, 47-112 (2022).

Carpenter, Kristen A. , A Human Rights Approach to Cultural Property: Repatriating the Yaqui Maaso Kova, 41 Cardozo Arts and Entertainment Law Journal 159 (2022).

Desautels-Stein, Justin , Race, Racism, and International Law, (forthcoming with Stanford University Press) (co-edited with Devon Carbado, Kimberle Crenshaw, and Chantal Thomas).

Hendricks, Jennifer S. (Colorado Reporter, with Ariane Frosh, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers), Handbook of State Abortion Laws After Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, (2022 and continuing).

Hendricks, Jennifer S. , What the End of Roe v. Wade Means for Reproductive Rights and Privacy, CU BOULDER TODAY (6/25/22).

Hendricks, Jennifer S. , Guest Opinion: Half a Loaf for Women and Minorities at CU Boulder, BOULDER DAILY CAMERA (5/10/22).

Jamshidi, Maryam , The Political Economy of Foreign Sovereign Immunity, 73 Hastings L. J. 3 (2022).

Jamshidi, Maryam , Iran's ICJ Case Against Canada Tests the Terrorism Exception to Sovereign Immunity, Just Security, July 24, 2023.

Kaminski, Margot , Technological "Disruption" of the Law's Imagined Scene: Some Lessons from Lex Informatica, 36 BERKELEY TECH. L.J. 101-131 (2022).

Kaminski, Margot , Siri-ously 2.0: What Artificial Intelligence Reveals About the First Amendment, (with Toni M. Massaro and Helen Norton), forthcoming 2022 in Robot II (ed., Ryan Calo, Michael Froomkin, and Kristen Thomason; Edward Elgar Press).

Krishnamurthy, Vivek , Quantum Technology and Human Rights: An Agenda for Collaboration, 7 QUANTUM SCI. & TECH 44003 (2022).

Krishnamurthy, Vivek , With Great (Computing) Power Comes Great (Human Rights) Responsibility: Cloud Computing and Human Rights, 7 BUS. H. R. J. 226 (2022).

Krishnamurthy, Vivek , Canadian Commission on Democratic Expression Final Report 2021-22: How to Make Online Platforms More Transparent and Accountable to Canadian Users, (with Rick Anderson, Wendy Chun, Nathalie Des Rosiers, Amira Elghawaby, Merelda Fiddler-Potter, Edward Greenspon, Philip N. Howard, The Rt. Hon. Beverly McLachlin, and Taylor Owen) (May 2022).

Matsumoto, Sarah (with Karen Sandrik), Heat Waves and a Public-Private Partnership in Alaska, 39 Alaska L. Rev. 201-231 (2022).

Norton, Helen , Distrust, Negative First Amendment Theory, and the Regulation of Lies, 22-07 Knight First Amend. Inst. (Oct. 19, 2022).

Norton, Helen , A Framework for Thinking About the Government's Speech and the Constitution, 2022 U. Illinois L. Rev. 1669 (2022).

Parsons, Amanda , Tax's Digital Labor Dilemma, 71 DUKE LAW JOURNAL 1781 (2022).

Parsons, Amanda , Cryptocurrency, Legibility, and Taxation, 72 DUKE LAW JOURNAL ONLINE 1 (2022).

Parsons, Amanda , May I Pay More? Lessons from Jarrett for Blockchain Tax Policy, 176 TAX NOTES FEDERAL 2063 (Sept. 26, 2022).

Ramsey, Carolyn , Against Domestic Violence: Public and Private Prosecution of Batterers, Cal. L. Rev. Cir. (2022) (symposium).

Schwartz, Andrew , Frustration, the MAC Clause and COVID-19, 55 U.C. Davis Law Review 1771 (2022).

Skinner-Thompson, Scott , Identity by Committee, 57 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 657 (2022).

Skinner-Thompson, Scott , Privacy isn't in the Constitution - but it's everywhere in constitutional law, THE CONVERSATION, June 15, 2022.

Skinner-Thompson, Scott , Debunking the Myth that Policy Body Cams are Civil Rights Tool, JOTWELL, Jan. 28, 2022, (reviewing BRYCE CLAYTON NEWELL: POLICE VISIBILITY: PRIVACY, SURVEILLANCE, AND THE FALSE PROMISE OF BODY-WORN CAMERAS (2021)).

Surden, Harry (with Anthony Aguirre, Peter Bart Reiner, & Gaia Dempsey), AI Loyalty and Governance in The Oxford Handbook on Artificial Intelligence Governance, Oxford University Press (2022).