(With Carbone, June.) “Introduction: Symposium on Assisted Reproductive Technology and Family Law,” 49 Family Law Quarterly 1-5 (2015).
(With Lainez, Jacqueline, and Debbie Lovinsky.) “Viewing Value Creation by Business Lawyers through the Lens of Transactional Legal Clinics,” 15 UC Davis Business Law Journal 49-106 (2014).
Review of Legal Pluralism and Empire, 1500-1850, by Lauren Benton and Richard J. Ross. 33 Law and History Review 1005-1007 (2015).
(With Buran, Deborah, Jonathan Ng and Alicia E. Plerhoples.) “Clinical Collaborations: Going Global to Advance Social Entrepreneurship,” 20 International Journal of Clinical Legal Education 502-518 (2014).
During the month of October, the following articles were the most frequently downloaded scholarship from GW Law’s Scholarly Commons:
■Renee Lettow Lerner. “Thomas Nast’s Crusading Legal Cartoons.” (492 downloads)
■Gregory E. Maggs. “Ipse Dixit: The Restatement (Second) of Contracts and the Modern Development of Contract Law.” (419 downloads)
■Gregory E. Maggs. “The Holder in Due Course Doctrine as a Default Rule.” (413 downloads)
“The Puzzle of Alfarabi’s Parallel Works,” 77 Review of Politics 519-543 (2015).
“Strength in Numbers: Teaching Numeracy in the Context of Business Associations,” 59 St. Louis University Law Journal 701-709 (2015).