Faculty Scholarship

Scholarship at the USF School of Law is broad, with professors writing and presenting on everything from eliminating discrimination, the juvenile death penalty, and human trafficking, to how treaty law can affect domestic policy and the nuances of international trade.

Books

  • Connie de la Vega. A Practical Guide to Using International Human Rights and Criminal Law Procedures (Edward Elgar, 2019). (Co-authored with Alen Mirza).
  • Bill Ong Hing, American Presidents, Deportations, and Human Rights Violations: From Carter to Trump (Cambridge University Press, 2018).
  • Peter Honigsberg, A Place Outside the Law: Forgotten Voices from Guantanamo (Beacon Press, Forthcoming 2019).
  • Rhonda V. Magee, The Inner Work of Racial Justice: Healing Ourselves and Transforming Our Communities Through Mindfulness (TarcherPerigee, Forthcoming 2019).
  • Dean Strang, Keep the Wretches in Order: America’s Biggest Mass Trial, the Rise of the Justice Department, and the Fall of the IWW (University of Wisconsin Press, 2019).
  • Michelle Travis, Dads for Daughters (Mango, Forthcoming 2020).

Law Review and Journal Articles

  • Lara Bazelon “Ending Innocence Denying” 47 Hofstra Law Review Issue 2, Winter 2018. SSRN
  • Josh Davis “Artificial Wisdom? A Potential Limit on AI in Law (and Elsewhere)” Oklahoma Law Review, Volume 72, Autumn 2019, Number 1. SSRN
  • Reza Dibadj, “Disclosure as Delaware's New Frontier” Hastings Law Journal, Vol. 79, No. 4 (2019). SSRN
  • Tristin K. Green, “Rethinking Racial Entitlements: From Epithet to Theory” Southern California Law Review, (Forthcoming). SSRN
  • Tim Iglesias, “Mindfulness as Resistance” Southwestern University Law Review, Vol. 48, No. 381 (2019). SSRN

Book Chapter

  • Julie A Nice, “The Gendered Jurisprudence of the Fourteenth Amendment” In Robin West & Cynthia Grant Bowman, eds., Research Handbook on Feminist Jurisprudence (Edward Elgar, 2019). SSRN