Professor Ann Murphy has completed a chapter of a new International Elder Law Book titled “Beyond Elder Law: New Directions in Law and Aging” to be published by Springer Publications. Her chapter, “Aid in Dying,” reviews end-of-life care in the U.S. and abroad.
Prof. Linda Kawaguchi’s article, “Teaching Advanced Legal Research: Designing Assignments to Encourage Critical Thinking and Creative Problem Solving Skills,” has been accepted for publication in Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research & Writing, vol. 19, Spring 2011.
As a member of the Task Force on Race and the Criminal Justice System, Professor Jason Gillmer, along with Judge Gonzales and Professor Bob Chang, presented the plenary address, “So, Do People of Color Really Commit More Crimes?”, at the Washington Superior Court Judges’ Spring Conference in Cle Elum, Washington, on May 1.
Vickie Williams is a guest blogger during May on the Health Law Profs Blog. She will be posting blog entries once a week on items of current interest in the areas of health care and health care law. Professor Williams also had an article called “Making Classroom Drama Work” published in the Spring 2011 issue of The Law Teacher.
This month, Professor Linda Rusch and Professor Stephen Sepinuck prepared and posted: (i) a supplement to their Secured Transactions book; (ii) a supplement to their Teacher’s Manual for the secured transactions book; (iii) a supplement to their Bankruptcy book; and (iv) a supplement to the Teacher’s Manual for their bankruptcy book.