SUMMARY OF FACULTY ACTIVITIES REPORTS

JULY 1, 2004 TO JUNE 30, 2005

WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY

SCHOOL OF LAW

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II. Papers and Presentations

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

IV. External Grants Received

 

 

I.          Publications, Performances, Exhibits

 

Chesney, Robert M.

 

The Sleeper Scenario: Terrorism-Support Laws and the Demands of Prevention, 42 Harv. J. on Legis. 1 (2005) (exploring the origins and evolution of terrorism-support legislation, criticizing the status quo from both a liberty and a security perspective, and proposing legislative reforms) (available online at http://ssrn.com/abstract=587442)

 

Careful Thinking about Counterterrorism Policy (reviewing Philip B. Heymann, Terrorism, Freedom, and Security: Winning without War), 1 J. Nat’l Sec. L. & Pol. (2005) (examining criticisms relating to the role of the military in the war on terrorism) (available online at http://ssrn.com/abstract=610585)

 

Rhetoric, Practice, and Historical Perspective in the War on Terrorism, 26 National Security Law Report 3 (Nov. 2004) (truncated version of the Careful Thinking piece described above)

 

Green, Michael D.

 

Restatement (Tord) of Torts: Liability for Physical Harm (P.F.D. No. 1, April 6, 2005)

 

Multiple Tortfeasors Under U.S. Law in Unification of Tort Law: Multiple Tortfeasors (W.V. Horton ed. 2004)

 

Newman, Joel S.

 

Book review, “Perfectly Legal” by David Cay Johnston, 24 Virginia Tax Review No. 3, at 733, Winter 2005.

 

Palmiter, Alan R.

 

Securities Regulation;  Examples & Explanations (3d ed Aspen Publishers)

Corporations: Law & Policy, 2005 Supplement (West Group)

 

“The US Corporate Elephant” (available on SSRN)

 

 

 

 

Parker, Wendy M.

 

The Legal Cost of the “Split Double Header” of Gratz and Grutter, 31 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 587-612 (2004) (special issue).

 

Connecting the Dots:  Gratz, School Desegregation, and Federalism, 45 William &

Mary Law Review 1691-1768 (2004).

 

Shapiro, Sidney A.

 

Admnistrative Law And Process, 4th ed. (2004) (Foundation Press) (with Paul Verkuil & Richard Pierce)

 

Sophisticated Sabotage:  The Intellectual Games that Industries Play to Subvert

Responsible Regulation (ELI Press 2004) (with Thomas McGarity & David Bollier)

 

Pragmatic Administrative Law, Issues in Legal Scholarship, No. 6 (2005), available at http://www.bepress.com/ils/iss6/art1/.

 

Government Benefits and the Rule of Law: Toward A Standards-Based Theory of Due Process,   57 Ad. L. Rev. 107 (2005) (with Richard Levy)

 

Improving Regulation Through Incremental Adjustment, 52 K.U.L. Rev. 1179 (2005) (with Robert Glicksman)

 

The APA and the Back-End of Regulation: Procedures for Informal Adjudication, 56 Ad. L. Rev. 1159 (2004) (with Robert Glicksman)

 

Outsourcing Government Regulation, 53 Duke L. Rev. 389 (2004).

 

Shores, David F.

 

Economic Formalism in Antitrust Decisionmaking  (Albany Law Review, May/June 2005)

 

Walker, George K.

 

Reporter, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Model Family Law Arbitration Act (2005); reporter, previous edition, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Model Family Law Arbitration Act (2004).

 

Reporter, North Carolina Bar Association Family Law Section Drafting Committee, Amendments for the Family Law Arbitration Act, Related Statutes, and Associated Forms and Rules (2004).

 

Defining Terms in the 1982 Law of the Sea Convention III:  The International Hydrographic Organization ECDIS Glossary, 34 California Western International Law Journal 211 (2004), published in part, 2003-04 Proceedings of the American Branch of the International Law Association 187 (2004).

 

Arbitrating Family Law Cases by Agreement, 18 Journal of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers 429 (2003).

 

These materials, previously published, have been reprinted in part:

 

International Lawyers & Naval Experts Convened by the International Institute of Humanitarian Law, San Remo Manual on International Law Applicable to Armed Conflicts at Sea (Louise Doswald-Beck ed. 1994), reprinted in part in Dietrich Schindler & Jiri Toman, The Laws of Armed Conflicts 1153 (4th rev. ed. 2004).

 

International Law Association, Helsinki Principles on the Law of Maritime Neutrality, in International Law Association, Report of the 68th Conference, Taipei, 1998, at 496 (1998), reprinted in part in Dietrich Schindler & Jiri Toman, The Laws of Armed Conflicts 1425 (4th rev. ed. 2004).

 

In both cases I served as part of a larger group conference, contributing papers that resulted in the San Remo Manual (¶ G.3.a) or as a U.S. representative to an international committee, contributing papers, that resulted in the Helsinki Principles (¶ G.3.b).  The Schindler & Toman collection is the worldwide "gold standard" research source for law of armed conflict issues.

 

 

II.         Papers and Presentations

 

Chesney, Robert M.

 

“Emerging Issues Regarding the Post-9/11 Homeland Defense Mission,” to be presented at the Law & Society Annual Meeting (June 4, 2005)

 

“The Changing Legal Architecture of National Security,” presented to the NORAD-USNORTHCOM 2005 Staff Judge Advocate’s Conference on April 19, 2005.

 

“Law of Armed Conflict and Salient Distinctions Among the Guantanamo Detainees,” presented to the National Security Studies program at Syracuse University on April 12, 2005.

 

“Prosecution Patterns in the War on Terrorism, 2001-2003,” presented at a counterterrorism conference hosted by Duke Law School on April 8, 2005.

 

“Terrorism Prosecutions Since 9/11,” presented at the 2004 Jim Wright Symposium: Conflict and the Politics of Fear, sponsored by Texas Christian University (Oct. 15th, 2004)

 

“Antiterrorism Prosecutions and the Demands of Prevention,” presented at the South East Association of American Law Schools’ Annual Meeting at Kiawah Island (Aug. 2004)

 

 

 

 

Collins, Jennifer M.

 

Presented “Crime and Parenthood:  The Uneasy Case for Prosecuting Negligent Parents,” at a UNC faculty workshop and will also be presenting the paper at a conference for young faculty members called “The May Gathering” at Georgetown Law School.

 

Green, Michael D.

 

The Intersection of Causation and Damages, DePaul Law School Symposium on Tort Law

Causation, AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies

 

The Restatement Third of Torts, Southeastern Association of Law Schools

 

Expert Admissibility Standards, Mealy’s Welding Rod Litigation Conference

 

Epidemiology in Court: Problems of Modest Associations, UNC School of Public Health

 

The Wisdom of the Common Law, University of Iowa College of Law

Causation Issues in the National Childhood Vaccine Act, Judicial Conference of the United States Court of Federal Claims

 

New Approaches to Expert Witness Testimony on Causation, National Academies of Science

The Future of Comparative Responsibility, Association of American Law Schools

 

Palmiter, Alan R.

 

“US Securities Fraud Class Actions:  The Dog that Talked” (Universita Federico II, Naples Italy)

 

“NC Business Law Update” (NCBA Business Law Section Annual meeting, Pinehurst, NC)

 

Parker, Wendy M.

 

Lessons in Losing:  Employment Discrimination Litigation in Federal District Court, Faculty Workshop at American University, Washington College of Law (Nov. 12, 2004).

 


Re-arguing Brown v. Board of Education on Behalf of the Defendants, at the North Carolina Bar

Association, Brown v. Board 50th Anniversary Celebration (May 21, 2004).

 

Shapiro, Sidney A.

 

National Academy of Sciences, Integration of Peer Review Mechanisms with the Requirements of the Federal Advisory Committee Act and the Administrative Procedure Act, Washington, D.C., November, 2004

 

Walker, George K.

 

Paper, Professionals' Definitions and States' Understandings, Statements or Declarations for the 1982 Law of the Sea Convention, chaired panel discussion, International Law Association (American Branch) annual meeting, New York City, Oct. 15, 2004.

 

Presenter in panel discussion, "Comparative Types and Forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution," American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers annual meeting, Chicago, Nov. 5, 2004.

 

Paper, Humanitarian Law During Armed Conflicts:  What Are the Rules Where Systems of Law Interface and Conflict?, Rudolph C. Barnes Sr. Symposium, Religion, Ethics & Armed Conflict Law:  Afghanistan, Iraq & the War on Terror, University of South Carolina School of Law, Columbia, S.C., Apr. 8, 2005.

 

Walsh, Robert K.

 

Presentation, “A Day in the Life of a Dean,” ABA Seminar for New Law School Deans, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, June 2 – 5, 2005.

 

Panel Chair, “Teaching Professionalism:  Inns’ Impact on Law Schools,” American Inns of Court National Leadership Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, May 18 – 22, 2005.

 

III.  Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

 

Chesney, Robert M.

 

Book Review Editor and Member of the Board of the Journal of National Security Law and Policy

 

Chair-Elect, Section on New Law Teachers, Association of American Law Schools

 

Secretary, Section on National Security Law, Association of American Law Schools

 

Green, Michael D.

 

Member, Committee on Professional Development, Association of American Law Schools

 

Palmiter, Alan R.

 

Inter-American Development Bank (consulting on corporate governance relating to Empresas Publicas de Medellin, a telecommunications/water/electricity utility in Colombia)

 

Roberts, Thomas E.

 

Advisory Board, The Urban Lawyer: National Law Journal on State and Local Government Law, Chair

 

Section of State and Local Government Law, American Bar Association,  Chair Elect

 

Walker, George K.

 

Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law Advisory Board.

 

Chair, International Law Association American Branch Law of the Sea Committee.

 

Executive Committee, American Branch, International Law Association.

 

Reporter, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Arbitration Committee, on Academy model family law arbitration act project.

 

Reporter, North Carolina Bar Association Family Law Section Drafting Committee project to prepare proposed amendments to the North Carolina Family Law Arbitration Act.

Nonpay consultant, Naval War College, on revising Annotated Supplement to the Naval Commander's Handbook on the Law of Naval Operations, Naval Warfare Publication 1-14.

 

Nonpay consultant, call-ins, e-mails from lawyers, judges, Wake Forest law students while working as summer associates, average of an hour a week.

 

Walsh, Robert K.

           

Member, New Deans Seminar Planning Committee, American Bar Association.

 

Member, Special Committee on Post JD Programs, American Bar Association.

 

Member,  The American Bar Association Advisory Committee to the Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative Council.

 

Member, The American Bar Association Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative Working Group for an Assessment Tool to Examine Legal Education in Emerging Democracies

 

Member, The American Inns of Court Foundation Board of Trustees, American

Inns of Court.

 

Chair, 2004 Ad Hoc Officer Nomination Committee, The American Inns of Court

Foundation.

 

Chair, Temple Bar Committee, American Inns of Court.

 

Member, Strategic Planning Committee, American Inns of Court.

 

Chair, Goal I Subcommittee for the Strategic Planning Committee, American Inns

of Court.

 

Member, Search Committee for New Executive Director, American Inns of Court.

 

Member, Law School Project Advisory Committee, American Inns of Court.

 

Member, The National Association of Law Placement Foundation

Board of Trustees, NALP Foundation for Law Career Research

and Education.

 

Member, Law School Liaison Committee, North Carolina Bar Association.

 

Member, Public Service Advisory Committee, North Carolina Bar Association.

 

Member Emeritus, Chief Justice’s Commission on Professionalism, State

of North Carolina.

 

Chair, Bankruptcy Merit Selection Panel for the Middle District of North

Carolina.

 

Member, Task Force on the Legal Education of Lawyers in North Carolina, North Carolina Bar Association.

 

Master of the Bench and Chief Administrator, Chief Justice Joseph Branch Inn of

Court.

 

 

IV.  External Grants Received

 

Chesney, Robert M.

 

     

Topic:

Homeland Defense Law

Agency:

The Smith Richardson Foundation

$  Requested:

$43k - $58k

$  Funded:

Pending