Recent Faculty Publications


Hilary J. Allen, Associate Professor of Law

  • Hilary J. Allen, Driverless Finance, 10 Harv. Bus. L. Rev. 157 (2020).
  • Hilary J. Allen, Sandbox Boundaries, 22 Vand. J. Ent. & Tech. L. 299 (2020).
  • Hilary J. Allen, Experimental Strategies for Regulating Fintech, 3 J. L. & Innovation 1 (2020).
  • Hilary J. Allen, Regulatory Sandboxes, 87 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 579 (2019).
  • Hilary J. Allen, The SEC as Financial Stability Regulator, 43 J. Corp. L. 715 (2018).

Jonathan B. Baker, Research Professor of Law

  • Jonathan B. Baker, The Antitrust Paradigm:  Restoring a Competitive Economy (Harvard U.P. 2019)
  • Jonathan B. Baker & Joseph Farrell, Oligopoly Coordination, Economic Analysis, and the Prophylactic Role of Horizontal Merger Enforcement, 169 U. Pa. L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming)
  • Jonathan B. Baker, Forward, in John Kwoka, Controlling Mergers and Market Power: A Program for Reviving Antitrust in America (2020)         
  • Jonathan B. Baker & Andrew I. Gavil, Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg and Antitrust Law's Rule[s] of Reason, in Douglas Ginsburg: An Antitrust Professor on the Bench: Liber Amicorum (Nicolas Charbit ed. forthcoming 2020)
  • Jonathan B. Baker et al., Five Principles for Vertical Merger Enforcement Policy, 33 Antitrust 12 (2019)
  • Jonathan B. Baker, Accommodating Competition: Harmonizing National Economic Commitments, 60 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1149 (2019)
  • Jonathan B. Baker, Cartel Ringmaster or Competition Creator? The Ebooks Case against Apple (2013), in The Antitrust Revolution (John E. Kwoka, Jr. & Lawrence J. White, eds., 7th ed. 2019)
  • Jonathan B. Baker & Fiona Scott Morton, Antitrust Enforcement Against Platform MFNs, 127 Yale L.J. 2176-2202 (2018)
  • Jonathan B. Baker, Jonathan Sallet & Fiona Scott Morton, Introduction:  Unlocking Antitrust Enforcement, 127 Yale L.J. 1916 (2018)
  • Jonathan B. Baker & Fiona Scott Morton, Confronting Rising Market Power, Policy Brief 11 (May 2019)

Priya Baskaran, Assistant Professor of Law

  • Priya Baskaran, Respect the Hustle: Necessity Entrepreneurship, Returning Citizens, and Social Enterprise Strategies, 78 Md. L. Rev. 323 (2019).
V. Gerard Comizio

V. Gerard Comizio, Adjunct Professor of Law; Associate Director, Business Law Program

Christine Haight Farley

Christine Haight Farley, Professor of Law; Faculty Director, Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property

  • Christine Haight Farley, Confusing the Similarity of Trademark Law in Domain Name Disputes, 52 Akron L. Rev. 607 (2019).
Susan Frank

Susan Franck, Professor of Law

  • Arbitration Costs: Myths and Realities in Investment Treaty Arbitration (Oxford University Press 2019).
  • Featured and Discussed in ICSID Rules and Regulation Amendment Process, Compendium of State and Public Comments.  
  • Book Review by Eckhard R. Hellbeck, Arbitration Costs: Myths and Realities in Investment Treaty Arbitration (Published By Oxford University Press (2019)), 12 N.Y. Dispute Resolution Lawyer 76 (2019). 
  • Book Review by John Y. Gotanda, Arbitration Costs: Myths and Realities in Investment Treaty Arbitration (Oxford University Press 2019), 34 ICSID Review – Foreign Investment  in Law Journal (2019),  
  • Book Review by Alexandre de Gramont, The Costs of Investment Treaty Arbitration in the Age of Social Media, Fake News, and the Emergence of a New Nationalism, 2020(1) ICC Dispute Resolution Bulletin 135 (2020). 
  • The Promise and Peril of Empiricism and International Investment Law Disputes, in Cambridge Compendium of International Commercial And Investment Arbitration (Andrea Bjorklund, Franco Ferrari & Stefan Kröll eds. forthcoming 2020). 
  • The Fundamentals of Arbitration in Oxford Research Encyclopedia Of Economics And Finance (forthcoming 2020). doi: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190625979.013.369.  
  • Susan Franck, The Past, Present, and Future of Investment Treaty Conflict Management and Dispute Systems Design (forthcoming U. St. Thomas L.J. 2020). 
  • Susan Franck, The Diversity Deficit in International Investment Arbitration, 21 J. World Invest. & Trade 410 (2020) (with Andrea K. Bjorklund, et al.). 
  • Susan Franck, International Arbitration and Attorney-Client Privilege: A Conflicts of Law Approach, 51 Ariz. St. L.J. 935 (2019). 
  • Susan Franck, International Arbitration – Between Myth and Reality, 5 McGill J. Disp. Resol. 5 (2018).  
  • Foreword to Legal Reasoning Across Commercial Disputes: Comparing Judicial and Arbitral Analyses by S.I. Strong (Oxford University Press 2020) (forthcoming 2020).  
  • Variables Affecting Costs in Investment Arbitration: A Look at the Data (solicited contribution), 12 N.Y. Dispute Resolution Lawyer 51 (2019).  
  • Observations on Costs: A Response and Implications for UNCITRAL and ISDS Reforms, EJILTALK! (May 1, 2019),  
  • Valuing Women in International Adjudication, 111 Am. Soc’y Int’l L. Proc. 289 (2018). 
Heather Hughes

Heather Hughes, Professor of Law

  • James J. White, G. Eric Brunstad, Jr., & Heather Hughes, Secured Transactions Teaching Materials (5th ed. forthcoming 2020).
  • Heather Hughes, The Complex Implications of FinTech for Financial Inclusion, 83 Law and Contemporary Problems (forthcoming 2020).
  • Heather Hughes, Blockchain and the Future of Secured Transactions Law3 Stan. J. Blockchain Law & Pol’y 21 (2020).
  • Heather Hughes, Reforming the True-Sale Doctrine, 36 Yale J. Reg. Bulletin 51 (2018).
benjamin lef

Benjamin Leff, Professor of Law

  • Benjamin Leff, EITC for All: A Universal Basic Income Compromise Proposal, 26 Wash. & Lee J. Civ. Rts & Soc. Just. 85 (2019).
  • Benjamin Leff, What is Lost When Philanthropy Avoids Philanthropy Law? 70 Fla. L. Rev. F. 155 (2019).
  • Benjamin Leff, EITC for All: A Universal Basic Income Compromise Proposal, 26 Wash. & Lee J. Civ. Rts & Soc. Just. 85 (2019).
  • Benjamin Leff, Some Implications of the Agency-Cost Theory of the Nonprofit Firm, in The Cambridge Handbook of Social Enterprise Law (Cambridge 2018).
  • Benjamin Leff, The Boundary Between Not-for-Profits and Business: Social Enterprise and Hybrid Models, in Research Handbook on Not-for-Profit Law (Elgar 2018).
david snyder

David V. Snyder, Professor of Law; Director, Business Law Program