This series collects the completed works of the UGA law faculty published in print or electronic formats.

Follow


Submissions from 2017

PDF

Monopolies in Multidistrict Litigation, Elizabeth Chamblee Burch

PDF

Judging Immigration Equity: Deportation and Proportionality in the Supreme Court, Jason A. Cade

PDF

Tribute to Sam Davis: A Georgia Perspective, Ronald L. Carlson

PDF

The Supreme Court’s Limited Public Forum, Sonja R. West

Submissions from 2016

PDF

Children, Diane Marie Amann

PDF

Securing Child Rights in Time of Conflict, Diane Marie Amann

PDF

Banks: A Broken Social Contract, Mehrsa Baradaran

PDF

Against Administrative Judges, Kent H. Barnett

PDF

Standing for (and Up to) Separation of Powers, Kent H. Barnett

PDF

Twenty-Week Abortion Statutes: Four Arguments, Randy Beck

PDF

In Defense of the Devil’s Advocate, Lonnie T. Brown

PDF

Calibrating Participation: Reflections on Procedure versus Procedural Justice, Elizabeth Chamblee Burch

PDF

Financing Issue Classes: Benefits and Barriers to Third-Party Funding, Elizabeth Chamblee Burch

PDF

The Institutionalization of Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings, Paul L. Collins Jr. and Lori A. Ringhand

PDF

Police Reform and the Judicial Mandate, Julian A. Cook

PDF

Policing in the Era of Permissiveness: Mitigating Misconduct Through Third-Party Standing, Julian A. Cook

PDF

Black Contemporary Social Movements, Resource Mobilization, and Black Musical Activism, Andrea L. Dennis

PDF

Attorney’s Fees, Nominal Damages, and Section 1983 Litigation, Thomas A. Eaton and Michael Wells

PDF

A Hitchhiker’s Guide to the OECD’s International VAT/GST Guidelines, Walter Hellerstein

PDF

An Introduction to the OECD’s International VAT/GST Guidelines, Walter Hellerstein

PDF

Taxing Remote Sales in the Digital Age: A Global Perspective, Walter Hellerstein

PDF

The 'Uberization' of Healthcare: The Forthcoming Legal Storm Over Mobile Health Technology's Impact on the Medical Profession, Fazal Khan

PDF

Best Practices for a State Alzheimer's Disease Registry: Lessons from Georgia, Elizabeth Weeks Leonard, Rui Bu, and Amanda Alexandra Brown

PDF

To Accommodate or Not to Accommodate: (When) Should the State Regulate Religion to Protect the Rights of Children and Third Parties?, Hillel Y. Levin, Allan J. Jacobs, and Kavita Arora

PDF

Beyond Absurd: Jim Thorpe and a Proposed Taxonomy for The Absurdity Doctrine, Hillel Y. Levin, Joshua M. Segal, and Keisha N. Stanford