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Faculty Highlights

Books published by Vermont Law School professors, fellows and students in 2013:

  • 1. Kevin Jones, A SMARTER GREENER GRID (with 2013 VLS JD Graduate David Zappo), (Praeger, forthcoming spring 2014).

  • 2. Sean Nolon, LAND IN CONFLICT (with Ona Ferguson and Pat Field), (Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, June 2013).

  • 3. Jennifer Taub, OTHER PEOPLE'S HOUSES: HOW DECADES OF BAILOUTS, CAPTIVE REGULATORS AND TOXIC BANKERS MADE HOME MORTGAGES A THRILLING BUSINESS (Yale Press, forthcoming May 2014).

  • 4. Phil Meyer, STORYTELLING FOR LAWYERS, (Oxford University Press, forthcoming April 2014).

  • 5. Brian Porto, THE SUPREME COURT AND THE NCAA: THE CASE FOR LESS COMMERCIALISM AND MORE DUE PROCESS IN COLLEGE SPORTS, (University of Michigan Press, August 2013).

  • 6. Stephen Dycus, NATIONAL SECURITY LAW, Fifth Edition, and COUNTERTERRORISM LAW, Second Edition, Supplement (with William C. Banks, Peter Raven-Hansen, Stephen I. Vladeck), (Aspen Law, 2013-14).

  • 7. Liz Ryan Cole, LEGAL ETHICS IN THE PRACTICE OF LAW, 4th Ed. (with Richard Zitrin and Carol M. Langford) (LexisNexis, 2014).

  • 8. Benjamin Sovacool and Michael Dworkin, GLOBAL ENERGY JUSTICE: PROBLEMS, PRINCIPLES, AND PRACTICES (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2014).

  • 9. Benjamin Sovacool, (with VLS graduates and IEE Fellows R. Sidortsov, and B Jones), ENERGY SECURITY, EQUALITY, AND JUSTICE (Routledge, 2014).

  • 10. Cheryl Hanna, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND THE LAW 3RD EDITION (Foundation Press, 2013).

  • 11. Stephanie Willbanks, FEDERAL ESTATE AND GIFT TAXATION: QUICK REVIEW SERIES 2D EDITION (West Publishing Co., 2014).

  • 12. Janet E. Milne & Mikael Skou Andersen, eds., HANDBOOK OF RESEARCH ON ENVIRONMENTAL TAXATION (Edward Elgar, 2013).

  • 13. Larry Kreiser, David Duff, Janet E. Milne and Hope Ashiabor, eds., MARKET BASED INSTRUMENTS: NATIONAL EXPERIENCES IN ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY (Edward Elgar, 2013).

  • 14. Larry Kreiser, Soocheol Lee, Kazuhiro Ueta, Janet E. Milne, Hope Ashiabor, eds., CRITICAL ISSUES IN ENVIRONMENTAL TAXATION, Volume XIV (Edward Elgar, forthcoming 2014).

  • 15. David Firestone & Frank Reed, ENVIRONMENTAL LAW FOR NON LAWYERS, (Soro Press, 2014) (with VLS student Caitlin Stanton).

  • 16. Stephanie Farrior, Series Editor of Five-Volume Series, LIBRARY OF ESSAYS IN INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW (Ashgate Publishing, forthcoming 2014).
    • Vol I: Development of International Human Rights Law (David Weissbrodt, Fionnuala D. Ní Aoláin and Mary Rumsey, eds.;
    • Vol. II: Equality and Non-Discrimination Under International Law (Stephanie Farrior, ed. and author of introductory chapter);
    • Vol. III: Challenges in Human Rights Law (Menno Kamminga, ed.)
    • Vol. IV: The United Nations System for Protecting Human Rights (Dinah Shelton, ed.)
    • Vol. V: Regional Human Rights Systems (Christina Cerna, ed.)
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