Faculty Papers Co-Authored with Students

BU Law faculty co-author scholarly papers with students that are published in law journals across the country. Some recent examples include:

Administrative Law Review
"Making Law Out of Nothing At All: The Origins of the Chevron Doctrine"
Professor Gary Lawson and Stephen Kam ('12)

Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship & the Law

“Agents Without Principals: Regulating the Duty of Loyalty for Nonprofit Corporations Through the Intermediate Sanctions Tax Regulations”
Professor Kevin Outterson and Carly B. Eisenberg ('10)

Michigan Law Review
"Framing the Fourth"
Professor Tracey Maclin and Julia Mirabella ('12)

Mississippi Law Journal
"No More Chipping Away: The Roberts Court Uses an Axe to Take Out the Fourth Amendment Exclusionary Rule"
Professor Tracey Maclin and Jennifer Rader ('13)

Montana Law Review
"Will Uncooperative Federalism Survive NFIB?" (forthcoming)
Professor Abigail Moncrieff and Jonathan Dinerstein (’16)

"The Private and Social Costs of Patent Trolls"
Professor Michael Meurer, Professor James Bessen and Jennifer Ford ('11)

Review of Banking & Financial Law
"The Federal Home Loan Bank System: A Vehicle for Job Creation and Job Retention"
Professor Cornelius Hurley and Rebecca Hicks Gallup ('10)

Santa Clara Law Review
“Deductions for Drug Ads? The Constitution Does Not Require Congress to Subsidize Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Advertisements”
Professor Kevin Outterson and Shoshana Speiser ('11)

University of California-Berkeley Law Review
“Punishment without Conviction: Controlling the Use of Unconvicted Conduct in Federal Sentencing"
Professor Gerald Leonard and Christine Dieter ('12)