Note: The Faculty Bibliography Database is no longer being automatically updated by library staff as of 2017, but any publications submitted to us by the authors will be added.

The Faculty Bibliography Database is produced as a joint project of the Graduate School and the Health Sciences Library. The bibliography is updated monthly based on material found in scholarly bibliographic databases and supplemented with information provided by the faculty.

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Recent Submissions

  • Wealth, privilege, power, and opportunity 

    Victoria J. Haneman, Wealth, Privilege, Power, and Opportunity, JOTWELL, Dec. 22, 2021 (reviewing Allison Anna Tait, Inheriting Privilege, 106 MINN. L. REV. __ (forthcoming 2022), available at SSRN),
  • Campus Connections: Launching a Satellite Health Science Library on a New Regional Campus 

    Kletscher, K. (2022, May 3-6). Campus connections: Launching a satellite health science library on a new regional campus [Conference presentation]. Medical Library Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, United States.
  • Ukraine Symposium - Destructive counter-mobility operations and the law of war 

    Sean Watts & Winston Williams, Ukraine Symposium - Destructive Counter-Mobility Operations and the Law of War, LIEBER INSTITUTE: ARTICLES OF WAR (May 5, 2022),
    Decades of experience have greatly improved familiarity with, if not always fidelity to, law of war rules applicable to attacks on enemy forces. Less well appreciated is the law of war regime applicable to other acts of ...
  • Introduction to corporate compliance and ethics programs 

    Paul E. McGreal, An Introduction to Corporate Compliance and Ethics Programs, in COMPLIANCE & ETHICS ESSENTIALS 2022 261 (Practising Law Inst. ed., 2022).
  • Mangrum and Benson on Utah evidence 

    R. Collin Mangrum & Dee Benson, MANGRUM AND BENSON ON UTAH EVIDENCE (2021-2022 ed. 2021).
  • International business contracting: Theory and practice 

    International Business Contracting is designed to teach business and law students how international business contracts are structured and drafted. After several introductory chapters on international business, legal issues, ...
  • Ford Motor Co. v. Montana Eighth Judicial District Court and “Corporate Tag Jurisdiction” in the Pennoyer era 

    Patrick J. Borchers, Ford Motor Co. v. Montana Eighth Judicial District Court and “Corporate Tag Jurisdiction” in the Pennoyer Era, 72 CASE W. RES. L. REV. 45 (2021).
    In its seventh personal jurisdiction decision since 2011, the Supreme Court in Ford Motor Co. v. Montana Eight Judicial District Court ruled for the plaintiff and found jurisdiction, after six straight victories for ...
  • Ukraine Symposium – A war crimes primer on the Ukraine-Russia conflict 

    Sean Watts & Hitoshi Nasu, Ukraine Symposium – A War Crimes Primer on the Ukraine-Russia Conflict, LIEBER INSTITUTE: ARTICLES OF WAR (Apr. 4, 2022),
    This post examines select war crimes recognized in international law that may be relevant to the conflict in Ukraine. We focus on offenses adopted as grave breaches under the Geneva Conventions system, since both Russia ...
  • Siege law 

    Sean Watts, Siege Law, LIEBER INSTITUTE: ARTICLES OF WAR (Mar. 4, 2022),
    Images of the million or more persons who have fled toward neighboring States highlight the tragic humanitarian impact of the ongoing armed conflict between Ukraine and Russia. However, a worse fate could await those unable ...
  • Ukraine's legal counterattack 

    Michael Kelly, Ukraine’s Legal Counterattack, LIEBER INSTITUTE: ARTICLES OF WAR (Mar. 17, 2022),
    Beyond its endurance on the battlefield, Ukraine has launched a legal counterattack against Russia in the courts. The normally slow-moving, process-heavy gears of international justice are now moving at relative lightspeed ...
  • Public health law and ethics 

    Kelly K. Dineen, Molly Berkery, Montrece McNeill Ransom, Emely Sanchez & Gabrielle Metoyer, Public Health Law and Ethics, in PUBLIC HEALTH LAW: CONCEPTS AND CASE STUDIES 293 (Montrece McNeill Ransom & Laura Magaña Valladares eds., 2022).
    Despite its explicit focus on justice and population level change, the field of public health ethics is relatively new. At its core, public health ethics is about practical decision-making, often when the law is unclear. ...
  • Ethical issues 

    Kelly K. Dineen, Ethical Issues, in CRITICAL CARE NURSING: DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT 15 (Linda D. Urden, Kathleen M. Stacy & Mary E. Lough eds., 9th ed. 2022).
    Critical care nurses need a robust understanding of professional nursing ethics and ethical principles and the ability to use a decision-making model to guide nursing actions. This chapter provides an overview of ethical ...
  • Legal issues 

    Kelly K. Dineen, Legal Issues, in CRITICAL CARE NURSING: DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT 27 (Linda D. Urden, Kathleen M. Stacy & Mary E. Lough eds., 9th ed. 2022).
  • The opiod crisis: Understanding the complexities, acknowledging the challenges, and exploring possible solutions 

    The Opioid Crisis: Understanding the Complexities, Acknowledging the Challenges, and Exploring Possible Solutions (Am. Health L. Ass’n, Feb. 18, 2019), (one of small group of facilitators involved in white paper production and provided substantial editing of draft report and additional research support).
    On September 25, 2018, AHLA hosted a convener session at American University's Washington College of Law in Washington, DC to address the national crisis of opioid-related harm. Twenty experts from around the country ...
  • Mentally ill while black 

    Kelly Dineen, Mentally Ill While Black, HEALTHLAWPROF BLOG (Sept. 11, 2014),
  • Brief of amici curiae professors of health law and policy in support of petitioner 

    Brief of Amici Curiae Professors of Health Law and Policy in Support of Petitioner, Ruan v. United States, No. 20-1410 (U.S. Dec. 23, 2021)
    Prescribing controlled substances for the benefit of patients is an everyday and essential practice for physicians and other authorized prescribing practitioners. Despite dominant public narratives about the harms of ...
  • Advancing a public health-promoting national opioid policy 

    Jennifer D. Oliva & Kelly K. Dineen, Advancing a Public Health-Promoting National Opioid Policy, HARVARD LAW SCHOOL PETRIE-FLOM CENTER: BILL OF HEALTH (Mar. 23, 2021),
    The U.S. drug policy regime’s defining quality is its persistent adherence to the same approaches in the face of overwhelming evidence that they are unsuccessful, including supply-side tactics, fear mongering, and ...
  • Consultation report: Cohorting COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 patients in a comfort-only care unit 

    Abigail E. Lowe, Kelly K. Dineen, Nneka Sederstrum & Matt K. Wynia, Consultation Report: Cohorting COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 Patients in a Comfort-Only Care Unit, (Univ. of Neb. Med. Ctr. Glob. Ctr. for Health Sec. Ethics Advisory Comm., May 6, 2020),
    Pandemics such as that caused by COVID-19 can lead to a surge in demand for health care services, including palliative and end-of-life care. Some people who become seriously ill will have advance directives in place that ...
  • Pain, complexity, and opioids 

    Kelly Dineen, Pain, Complexity, and Opioids, HEALTHLAWPROF BLOG, (Oct. 2, 2014),
    This week several groups called for the resignation of FDA Commissioner Dr. Margaret Hamburg in a letter to HHS secretary Sylvia Burwell. Why? Because of the agency’s stance on opioid drugs, as reflected in their statement, ...
  • Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine & the role of international law 

    Michael Kelly, Russia’s Illegal Invasion of Ukraine & the Role of International Law, LIEBER INSTITUTE: ARTICLES OF WAR (Mar. 4, 2022),
    The United States’ leadership of Western opposition to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is the correct response. No question. The entire international system of States is based upon Westphalian notions of sovereign equality, ...

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