A summary of writing, presentations, and media mentions from February-April 2019
BagleyIn late April, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine announced that Margo A. Bagley has been appointed to serve as a member of the committee for Advancing Commercialization from the Federal Laboratories, from 2019 to 2021. The ad hoc group functions under the auspices of the Academies’ Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy (STEP). Its purpose is to “identify and prioritize opportunities to add economic value to US industry through enhanced utilization of intellectual property around digital products created at federal laboratories.” Read more.

Bagley also served as technical expert to the African Union and friend of the chair at the 39th Session of the Intergovernmental Committee on Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Folklore, held in Geneva, Switzerland, on March 18-22, 2019. 
Smith On February 28, 2019, Fred Smith Jr. received Emory’s Crystal Apple Teaching Award, a university-wide honor given based on student voting. It recognizes faculty who go above and beyond both in the classroom and within the university community.

Kay L. Levine
Criminal Procedures: Cases, Statutes, and Executive Materials (Wolters Kluwer 2019) (with Marc L. Miller, Jenia I. Turner & Ronald F. Wright) 

Criminal Procedures: Prosecution and Adjudication: Cases, Statutes, and Executive Materials (Wolters Kluwer 2019 (with Marc L. Miller, Jenia I. Turner & Ronald F. Wright) 

Criminal Procedures: The Police: Cases, Statutes, and Executive Materials (Wolters Kluwer 2019) (with Marc L. Miller, Jenia I. Turner & Ronald F. Wright) 
Book Chapters
Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im
 Oh, [Muslim] Believers: Be Just, That Is Always Closer to True Piety, in Conversations on Justice from National, International, and Global Perspectives: Dialogues with Leading Thinkers (Jean-Marc Coicaud & Lynette E. Sieger eds., 2019)
The Postcolonial Fallacy of ‘Islamic’ Family Law, in The Cambridge Companion to Comparative Family Law (Shazia Choudhry & Jonathan Herring eds., 2019)
Mary L. Dudziak
How the Pacific World Became West, in World War II and the West it Wrought (Mark Brilliant & David M. Kennedy eds., forthcoming 2020)
David F. Partlett
A Study of a Different Hedgehog, in Remedies for Breach of Privacy (Jason Varuhas & Nicole Moreham eds., 2019)
Ani B. Satz
Health Care as Eugenics in Disability, Health, Law, and Ethics (Anita Silvers & Michael Stein eds., forthcoming 2019)
Margo A. Bagley
The Fallacy of Defensive Protection for Traditional Knowledge, 58 Washburn Law Journal 323 (2019)
Laurie R. Blank
International Law and Security in Outer Space: Now and Tomorrow, 113 American Journal of International Law Unbound 125 (2019) (with Matthew T. King)
Michael J. Broyde
Faith-Based Arbitration Evaluated: The Policy Arguments For and Against Religious Arbitration in America, 33 Journal of Law and Religion 340 (2018)
William J. Carney
Will Aruba Finish Off Appraisal Arbitrage and End Windfalls for Deal Dissenters? We Hope So, Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation (2019) (with Keith Sharfman)
Mary L. Dudziak
The Outcome of Influence: Hitler’s American Model and Transnational Legal History (review of Hitler's American Model: The United States and the Making of Nazi Race Law by James Q. Whitman) 117 Michigan Law Review 1179 (2019)

Deborah Dinner
Sex in Public, 129 Yale Law Journal (forthcoming 2019) (with Elizabeth Sepper)
Rafael Domingo
Roman Law and Global Constitutionalism, 21 San Diego International Law Journal (forthcoming 2019)
Review of The Roman Papacy as the Antichrist, (Giovanni Minnucci & Alberici Gentilis eds., 2018) 35 Journal of Law and Religion 1 (2019)
Martha Albertson Fineman
Vulnerability and Social Justice, 53 Valparaiso University Law Review (forthcoming 2019)
Richard D. Freer
Personal Jurisdiction: The Walls Blocking an Appeal to Rationality72 Vanderbilt Law Review 99
Katherine M. Koops
Teaching Communication Skills in Transactional Simulations, 20 Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law 429 (2019) (with Eric J. Gouvin, James E. Moliterno, Carol E. Morgan & Carol D. Newman)
Kay L. Levine
Sharkfests and Databases: Crowdsourcing Plea Bargains, 6 Texas A & M University Law Review 601 (forthcoming 2019) (with Ronald F. Wright, Nancy King & Marc L. Miller)

Career Motivations of State Prosecutors, 86 George Washington Law Review 1667 (2018) (with Ronald F. Wright)
Jonathan R. Nash
National Personal Jurisdiction, 68 Emory Law Journal 509
Rafael I. Pardo
Financial Freedom Suits: Bankruptcy, Race, and Citizenship in Antebellum America, 62 Arizona Law Review (forthcoming 2020)
Sue Payne
Persistent Ambiguity in Contracts: Extrinsic Evidence to the Rescue?, 9 The Transactional Lawyer 9 (2019)
Ani B. Satz
The Federalism Challenges of Protecting Workers’ Medical Privacy, 94 Indiana Law Journal (forthcoming 2019)
Exploring New Technologies in Biomedical Research, Drug Discovery Today (2019) (with Kambez H. Benam, Siobhan Gilchrist, Andre Kleensang, Catherine Willett & Qiang Zhang)
Animal Welfare Act: Interaction with Other Laws, 25 Animal Law Review 185 (2019) (with Delcianna Winders)

Rafael Domingo
“The Catholic Church Is Not Only the Church of Abuse,” CNN Español Opinion (March 21, 2019)
“Nothing Is Going to Happen, but It's Going to Happen a Lot,” CNN Español (February 20, 2019)
Mary L. Dudziak
“The Toxic Legacy of the Korean War,” Washington Post (March 1, 2019)

Laurie R. Blank
“The Lawfare Podcast: The Future of Warfare,” Lawfare (February 9, 2019)
Dorothy A. Brown
“The History Behind the Highs and Lows of the Marginal Tax Rate,” NPR “Weekend Edition” (February 2, 2019)
Deborah Dinner
“Could Georgia Be the 38th State to Ratify the ERA?,” Rewire News (February 26, 2019)
Rafael Domingo
“CNN Special: Sins under the Cassock,” CNN Español (March 31, 2019)
“What Is the Scope of the Crisis of the Catholic Church for the Denunciations of Abuses?,” CNN Español (March 28, 2019)
"The Feminine Revolution in the Catholic Church Must Arrive," CNN Español (February 11, 2019)
Mary L. Dudziak
“Russia’s Secret Weapon,” San Francisco Bay View (February 2, 2019)
George S. Georgiev
“Elon Musk Agrees New Curbs on His Tweeting,” Financial Times (April 26, 2019)
“Analysis: One Year In, Pay Ratio Is ‘Disclosure by Soundbite,’” Financial Times Agenda (February 15, 2019)
“Study Critiques SEC Pay Ratio Rule, Calls It Disclosure by Soundbite,” The Trusted Professional (February 12, 2019)
“CEO Pay Ratio Rule Is ‘Disclosure by Soundbite,’” CFO (February 11, 2019)
“You Have to Know Whose Data You’re Using,” Bloomberg Opinion (February 8, 2019)
Timothy R. Holbrook
“Supreme Court Asks SG for Views on Another Section 101 Case,” National Law Journal (March 18, 2019)
Kay L. Levine
“Democrat Jumps in 2020 Race for Cobb DA as ‘Progressive Prosecutor,’” Atlanta Journal-Constitution (April 19, 2019)
“GE Gets Patent on Medical Data ‘Bedside Machine’ Canceled,” Bloomberg Law (February 26, 2019)
Robert A. Schapiro
“Could Georgia Abortion Law Challenge Roe V. Wade?,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution (April 26, 2018)
U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Georgia Case on Gay, Lesbian Workplace Bias, Atlanta Journal-Constitution (April 22, 2018)
“Trump’s National Emergency Declaration: An Emory Scholar Looks at the Coming Constitutional Fight,” WABE 90.1 (February 15, 2019)
Alexander Volokh
“Trump’s New Executive Order Has to Do with Free Speech Rights on Campus—So Why Are Some 1st Amendment Advocates Worried?,” KPCC 89.3 (March 21, 2019)
“California Supreme Court Curbs a Pension Benefit but Preserves ‘California Rule,’” Los Angeles Times (March 4, 2019)

Silas Allard
“Continued Relevance and Challenges of the 1951 Refugee Convention on the Global and Local Levels,” Emory International Law Review Symposium, held at Emory Law on February 28, 2019 (panelist)
“Immigration Law for Non-Lawyers,” at the Migration and Border Crossings Conference, held at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia, on February 7–9, 2019 (workshop)
Margo A. Bagley
“Intellectual Property and Access to Medicines in the Global South,” at the Harvard Law and International Development Society Conference, held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 3-5, 2019.

“’What’s Yours is Mine and What’s Mine is Mine?’: Digital Sequence Information and Benefit-sharing Obligations under the Nagoya Protocol,” at the International Intellectual Property Scholars Conference, held at Florida State University School of Law, in Tallahassee, in March 2019. Bagley delivered the same presentation at the Social, Legal, and Regulatory Challenges of Synthetic Biology Workshop, held at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, in February 2019.

Dorothy A. Brown
“Racism Kills, What Role Do You Play?” the 15th Annual Hamilton E. Holmes Memorial Lecture, held at Emory University School of Medicine on March 13, 2019
22nd Annual Critical Tax Conference, held at Pepperdine University School of Law on April 6, 2019 (keynote speaker)
Deborah Dinner
“Sex in Public,” at the Regulation of Family, Sex, and Gender Workshop held at the University of Chicago Law School on April 24, 2019 (with Elizabeth Sepper)
In February 2019, Dinner was invited to give testimony on the Equal Rights Amendment before the Georgia Republican Caucus.
Mary L. Dudziak
Dudziak was one of two outside experts invited to discuss Professor Rebecca Herman's draft book manuscript, The Americas at War, at the University of California, Berkeley, Department of History, on April 12, 2019.

"The War Powers Pivot: How Congress Lost its Power in Korea,” Philip Pro Lecture in Legal History, held at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law on February 12, 2019
George S. Georgiev
“Securities Disclosure as Soundbite: The Case of CEO Pay Ratios,” advanced corporate law seminar, held at UCLA School of Law in Los Angeles, California, on March 4, 2019. Georgiev gave the same presentation as a faculty workshop at the University of Washington School of Law on February 28, 2019.

Timothy R. Holbrook
"What Counts as Extraterritorial in Patent Law?" at the 2019 JOSTL & ILJ Symposium “Intellectual Property in a Globalized Economy: United States Extraterritoriality in International Business,” held at Boston University School of Law on February 15, 2019. His paper is forthcoming in the Boston University School of Law Journal of Science and Technology Law.
Nicole Morris
“Artificial Intelligence, Big Data and Knowledge Management,” the annual TI:GER (Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results) Innovation Conference, held at Emory Law on March 28, 2019
Jonathan R. Nash
"Designing Prediction Markets for Climate Adaptation" at the annual meeting of the Society for Environmental Law and Economics, held at the Universidad Diego Portales Faculty of Law in Santiago, Chile, in March 2019 (with Shi-Ling Hsu)

"The Effects of Filibuster Change on Judicial Appointments and Voting" at the 77th Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association, held in Chicago, Illinois, on April 6, 2019 (with Joanna Shepherd). Nash and Shepherd gave the same presentation at the Text Analysis and Law Conference, held at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management in Chicago, Illinois, on April 4, 2019.
Rafael I. Pardo
“Federally Funded Slaving," at the annual meeting of the Business History Conference, held in Cartagena, Colombia, on March 16, 2019
David F. Partlett
New York Times v. Sullivan: The History of a Civil Rights Icon in the Constitutionalization of Defamation Law,” at the University of Melbourne Law School Centre for Media and Communications Law on February 28, 2019
“Non-Disclosure Agreements, Liquidated Damages and Arbitration in Context: Contracts Drawn for Good or Evil,” at the Remedies Discussion Forum, held at Aix-en-Provence, in June 2018 (with Paul J. Zwier)
Polly J. Price
“Paso del Norte Binational Disease Information Sharing Protocol,” a joint United States-Mexico public-health exercise for departments in the El Paso, Texas, region. Price was a member of the Border Epidemiology Surveillance Team and the exercise was the culmination of its year-long effort. It was held at the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo Tribal Judicial Community Center on February 22, 2019. (presenter)
Ani B. Satz
“Health Law for Radiologists,” presented at the Emory University School of Medicine Department of Radiology in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 15, 2019
“False Preemption and Animal Protection,” at the Constitutional Law Scholars Forum hosted by the American Constitutional Society for Law and Policy, held at Barry College of Law in Orlando, Florida, on March 1, 2019 (remote panelist)
“Healthism: Health Status Discrimination and the Law,” held at the University of Georgia School of Law, in Athens, on February 27, 2019 (panelist)
Julie Seaman
“Academic Freedom and Free Speech on Campus,” held at Emory University on March 22-23, 2019 (invited speaker)
Fred Smith Jr.
“Academic Freedom and Free Speech on Campus,” held at Emory University on March 22-23, 2019 (invited speaker)

Frank J. Vandall
“Gun Policy and Political Pressure: Interest Groups and Social Movements,” at the 2019 Randolph W. Thrower Symposium, held at Emory Law on February 7, 2019 (panelist)
Liza Vertinsky
“Genetic Paparazzi and the Inadequacy of Genetic Privacy,” Cornell Legal Research Workshop, held on April 18, 2019

“Impact of Domestic Corporate Strategies on Global Health Inequities,” at the Global Health Inequities and Infectious Disease Workshop, held at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law on April 12, 2019
Alexander Volokh
“Academic Freedom and Free Speech on Campus,” held at Emory University on March 22-23, 2019 (invited speaker)
Randee J. Waldman
“Inside Making a Murderer: A Conversation with Laura Nirider and Steven Drizin,” held at the Buckhead Theater in Atlanta, Georgia, on February 10, 2019 (moderator)
John Witte Jr.
“Christianity, Legal Thought and Law in Modern Russia,” sponsored by the Center for the Study of Law and Religion, held at Emory University on April 4-7, 2019 (co-convenor and participant)
Witte was the “Call to Service” speaker for Emory Law’s Visiting Day, held on March 30, 2019.
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