Our law faculty's scholarship is published widely, bringing a wealth of practice and policy experience to the School of Law. Visit their individual profile pages to learn more about each faculty member's scholarship.
Income Tax - Dimick
Indigenous Peoples’ Law - Meidinger
Information Privacy - Milles
Insurance Law - Abramovsky
Intellectual Property - Bartholomew, M.
International Business Transactions - Meidinger, Mutua, M.
International Dispute Settlement - Lewis
International Economic Law - Lewis
International Environmental Law - Meidinger
International Human Rights - Melish, Mutua, M.
International Law and Globalization - Connolly, Meidinger, Mutua, M., Westbrook
International Trade and Environment - Meidinger
International Trade Law - Lewis
Israel /Palestine - Braverman
Labor and Employment Law - Dimick
Law and Democratic Theory - Gardner
Law and Economics - Dimick
Law and Genetics - Braverman
Law and Geography - Braverman
Law and Literature - Binder
Law and Narrative - Paskey
Law and Religion - French, Phillips
Law and Rhetoric - Paskey
Law and Science - Braverman, Connolly
Law and Sexuality - Boucai
Law and Social Science - Braverman, Connolly, French
Law and Society - Bernstein, Braverman, French
Legal Education - Connolly
Legal Ethics - Abramovsky, Milles
Legal Ethnography - Braverman
Legal History - Barbas, Bartholomew, M., Boucai, Wooten
Legal History of the American Economy - Schlegel
Legal Theory - Meidinger, O’Rourke, Steilen
Legislation - Connolly, O’Rourke, Wooten
Online Speech - Milles
Race and the Law - Mutua, A.
Refugee and Asylum Law - Paskey
Regulation - Mutua, A.
Regulation of Financial Entities - Abramovsky
Remedies - Bartholomew, C.
Reproductive Rights - Finley
Retirement Policy - Wooten
Science and Technology - Braverman
Social and Political Theory - Taussig-Rubbo
Sociology of Law - Meidinger
State Constitutional Law - Gardner
State Reconstruction - Mutua, M.
Statutory Interpretation - O’Rourke