Professor Cleveland Ferguson
Professor Cleveland Ferguson III’s article on International Human Rights, has been published in The International Lawyer, at 46 Int’l L 389 (2012). He has also published The Human Rights News, Vol. II, No.1 (2012) for the International Human Rights Committee.
Professor Nancy Hogshead-Makar
Nancy Hogshead-Makar’s book chapter has been accepted for publication as part of The Ethics of Coaching, edited by Robert L. Simon McEwen Professor of Philosophy, Hamilton College. The book will be published by Westview Press of Perseus Books.
Professor Hogshead-Makar’s law review article will be included in Philip T.K. Daniel and E. Gordon Gee's Law, Policy and Higher Education, to be published by Matthew Bender & Company, Inc. “Is Title IX Really to Blame for the Decline in Intercollegiate Men’s Nonrevenue Sports?” 14 Marq. Sports L. Rev. 65 (2003).
Professor Andrew Long
Professor Andrew Long edited a joint newsletter for two committees of the ABA Section on Environment, Energy, & Resources (SEER), the International Environmental Law Committee and the Endangered Species Committee. The newsletter is anticipated to be available in June 2012.
Professor Long also submitted final revisions of his article “REDD as a Sustainable Forestry Mechanism?: Toward Adaptation-Oriented REDD,” which was invited for publication in a special issue of the peer-reviewed journal Tropical Conservation Science that is being edited by members of the International Society of Tropical Foresters at the Yale School of Forestry and the Environment.
Professor Bradley S. Shannon
Professor Shannon has accepted an offer to publish his essay, “Some Concerns About Sua Sponte,” in the inaugural edition of Furthermore, the e-supplement to the Ohio State Law Journal.
Professor Rod Sullivan
Professor Sullivan's article A Constitutional Approach to Maritime Law has been accepted for publication in the July issue of the Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce. The JMLC is the leading maritime law journal in the nation. It is peer-reviewed and published four times annually.
Professor Alan G. Williams
The peer-edited/peer-reviewed Southern Medical Journal has extended to Professor Alan G. Williams an offer of publication for his article, "A Proposed Compromise for National Medical Malpractice Reform." The 104-year-old Southern Medical Journal is one of the most prestigious medical journals in the country. Professor Williams has accepted the offer of publication.