FOR JULY 1, 2000 TO JUNE 30, 2001




I.            Publications, Performances, Exhibits





Anderson, Carol B.


N.C. Trial Practice – Supplement 2000, March, 2001.


Editor, Trial Briefs Magazine Issues on “Expert Witnesses and Exhibits”.



Curtis, Michael K.


Book: Free Speech: “The People’s Darling Privilege:” Struggles for Freedom of Expression in America History (Duke Univ. Press), Oct. 2000.


“Teaching Free Speech from a Incomplete Fossil Record”, 34 Akron L. Rev. 231 (2000).


Historical Linquistics, Inkblots, and Life After Death, 78 UNC L. Rev. 1071 (2000).



Green, Michael


Reference Guide on Epidemiology (Gordis and Freedman) in Federal Judicial Center; Reference manual on Scientific Evidence (2d.ed 2000).


A. Leo Levin: A Fond Tribute to the Master of the Classroom, 148 U. Pa L. Rev. 1357 (2000).



Logan, David A.


“All Monica, All of the Time: The 24-Hour News Cycle and the Proof of Culpability in Libel Actions,” 23 Univ. of Arkansas - Little Rock Law Review 201 (2000).



Newman, Joel S.


“Islamic and Jewish Perspectives on Interest”, 89 Tax Notes 1311 (Dec. 4, 2000).

Palmiter, Alan R.


Bauman, Weiss 7 Palmiter, 2001 Supplement to Solomon, Schwartz, Bauman & Weiss, Corporations Law an Policy (4th ed. 1998).


Law & Valuation - course book at


“What Every Criminal Defense Attorney Should Know About the New Immigration Laws” printed in True Bill, the newsletter of the NCBA’s Criminal Justice Section (Nov. 2000).


“Administracion Empresarial en los Estados Unidos - la Historia Reciente” (“Corporate Governance in the United States - the Recent History”), IDEA - Bolivia (Nov. 2000).



Parker, Deborah L.


“Electronic Filing in North Carolina: Using the Internet Instead of the Interstate,” 2 Journal of Appellate Practice and Procedure 351 (Summer 2000).



Roberts, Thomas E.


Procedural Implications of Williamson County/First English in Regulatory Takings Litigation: Herein of Reservations, Removal, Diversity, Supplemental Jurisdiction, Rooker-Feldman, and Res Judicata, 31 Environmental Law Reporter 10353 - 10370 (April 2001).


Structure and Substance of Land use Law, Chapter 2, How to Try a Land use Case (ed. L. Smith 2000) (American Bar Association).



Steele, Thomas M.


“What Conduct Are You Rewarding?–A Critical Assessment and Primer of Methods of Compensating Law Firm Partners”, first draft.


“The Duty to Defend: Time for the Death of a Poorly Conceived Partnership with the Duty to Indemnify.”


“Causation in Legal History: A Leap of Faith or Solid Ground, A Review of G. Edward White’s The Constitution and the New Deal.  To be published in Legal Studies Forum.



Walker, George K.


The Tanker War, 1980-88: Law and Policy (Naval War College International Law Studies, vol 74; U.S. Government Printing Office, 2000), pp. i-xvii, 1-640.


Lead article, “Information Warfare and Nautrality”, 33 Vanderbilt Transnational Law Journal 1079-1202 (2000).


“Admiralty Litigation Under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act of 1976", as Amended, Maritime Law Association continuing education publication, Nov. 3, 2000, 43 pp.



Wright, Ronald F.


2000 Supplement for “Criminal Procedures – Cases, Statutes, and Executive Materials” (Aspen Publishers, 2000).


“Judge Frank Johnson in the Long Run,” 51 Ala. L. Rev. 1381-1395 (2000).


“The Abruptness of Acton,” 36 Crim. L. Bulletin 401-431 (2000).



II.         Papers and Presentations



Anderson, Carol B.


Trial Advocacy Training, Jenner & Block, Chicago.


Team Leader, National Institute of Trial Advocacy, Southeast Regional Program.


Dept. of Justice Teacher Training, Columbia, SC, June 7-8.



Curtis, Michael K.


Bill Constitutional Law Lecture, Wooster College, Ohio, April 19, 2001.


Presentation: A New Birth of Freedom: The Crusade Against Slavery and the Nationalization of Free Speech, UNC Law Faculty, Feb. 23, 2001.



Herring, Buddy


Annual Review WFU, CLE.



Logan, David A.

“Current Data on Libel Litigation,” SEAALS 7/00.



Newman, Joel S.


“Ethical Considerations in Multistate Practice” ABA Tax Section


Standards of Tax Practice Committee, Los Angeles, CA, October, 2000, chaired the panel.



Palmiter, Alan R.


“Business Law Update,” NC Bar Association Business law Section’s Annual Meeting, Pinehurst (Feb. 2000).



Parker, Deborah L.


“Basics Workshop for new Legal Writing Professionals” at the 2000 Legal Writing Institute Conference (July 2000, Seattle, Washington).



Roberts, Thomas E.


“Good Cases and Bad Law?  Fairness and Flexibility in Regulation of Property Rights,” New York City, July, 2000, American Bar Association Section of Real Property Probate and Trust Law.


“Recent Developments in Land Use Law,” Greensboro, NC, Oct. 13, 2000 , NC Bar Association.


“Regulatory Takings Litigation,” Dallas, TX, Oct. 19, 2000, Southwest Legal Foundation.


“Procedural Hurdles in Establishing Ripeness in Takings Case,” University of Florida College of Law, Faculty Workshop, Oct. 25, 2000.


“Regulatory Takings Litigation,” San Francisco, CA, Nov. 2, 2000, Southwest Legal Foundation.


“The Legacy Comprehensive Plan,” presentations in the fall, 2000, on behalf of Legacy Steering Committee of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Planning Board to: (1) the Winston-Salem Board of Aldermen; (2) the Forsyth County Commissioners; (3) Leadership Winston-Salem; and (4) the City Council of King.


“Moratoria and the Law of Temporary Takings,” American Planning Association, New Orleans, LA, March 22, 2001.


Steele, Thomas M.


Presenter, “Ethical Considerations in Using the Internet,” and “Internet Legal Research” Legal Services of North Carolina’s Pro Bono Continuing Legal Education Program, Hickory, NC, October, 2000.


Culpepper Luncheon speaker for Wake Forest College on Copyright Issues w/Simone Rose, July, 2000


Speaker Legal Responsibilities of Museum Curators and Board,” NC Preservation Commission Conference, March, 28, 2001, Raleigh, NC.



Walker, George K.


Talk, “Information Warfare and Neutrality,” to U.S. Naval Reserve Judge Advocates meeting, Nov. 18, 2000, Raleigh, N.C.


Lecture, “Admiralty Litigation Under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act of 1976, As Amended,” Maritime law Association annual meeting, Nov. 3, 2000, New York City.


Submitted paper, retitled as “Responses to Humanitarian Law Violations in Non-International Armed Conflicts: Historical Perspectives and Considerations on Conflicts of Jurisdiction,” Second Meeting of Experts of International Institute of Humanitarian Law Research Project on Humanitarian Protection in Non-International Armed Conflicts, Oct. 18-22, 2000, San Remo, Italy.



Wright, Ronald F.


“The House Side of Federal Sentencing in 1984", Presentation to the Sentencing Workshop of the Federal Judicial Center, Santa Fe, NM, March 12, 2001.



III.  Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies



Curtis, Michael K.


Chair Constitutional Law Section, Association of American Law Schools.



Parker, Deborah L.


Board of Directors, Legal Writing Institute.

Secretary, Legal Writing Institute.


Consultant to the Law Department, University College, Cork, Ireland.



Palmiter, Alan R.


Book reviewer, Aspen Law & Business.



Steele, Thomas M.


Association of American Law Schools, Section on Insurance Law.  Member of Board of Directors, 1999-2001.


Consultant to Task Force on Legislation of the Community Pharmacists Association on a “Pharmacy Patients Bill of Rights” bill to be introduced in the 2001 Session of the North Carolina General Assembly.



Walker, George K.


Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law Advisory Board.


Nonpay consultant, Naval War College, average of an hour a week.



Wright, Ronald F.


Vice chair, Criminal Process Committee for the ABA Section of Administrative Law.


Webmaster for the Criminal Justice Section of the American Association of Law Schools.