Published Students

While they were at Suffolk University Law School, the alumni and students below published the following:

Brendan S. Abel (JD 2012), Gregory D. Curfman & Renée M. Landers, Supreme Court Review of the Health Care Reform Law, 366 New Eng. J. Med. 977 (2012).

Angela D. Atchue (JD 2001) & Wendy B. Davis, No Physical Harm, No Asylum: Denying a Safe Haven for Refugees, 5 Tex. F. on C.L. & C.R. 81 (2000).

Ashley M. Berger (JD 2018), The End of the War as We Know It: How an Act of Cyber Warfare Could Impact the U.S. Energy Grid, 23 J. Tech. L. & Pol’y 1 (2017).

David M. Bilodeau (JD 2011), Business Ownership and Divorce in Massachusetts, 29 Mass. Family L.J. 47 (2011).

Andrew Clearwater (LLM 2010), The New Ontologies: The Effect of Copyright Protection on Public Scientific Data Sharing Using Semantic Web Ontologies, 10 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 182 (2010).

Kathy Jo Cook (JD 1995), An Opinion: Federal Judges Misconstrue Rule 704. (Or Is That an Impermissible “Legal” Conclusion?), 43 Clev. St. L. Rev. 45 (1995).

Katherine Durlacher (JD 2013), Michael L. Rustad, Richard Buckingham & Diane D'Angelo, An Empirical Study of Predispute Mandatory Arbitration Clauses in Social Media Terms of Service Agreements, 34 U. Ark. Little Rock L. Rev. 643 (2012).

Gary C. Ganzi (JD 2008), Patent Continuation Practice and Public Notice: Can They Coexist?, 89 J. Pat. & Trademark Off. Soc’y 545 (2007).

Molly Rose Goodman (JD 2013), The Buck Stops Here: Toxic Titles and Title Insurance, 42 Real Est. L.J. 5 (2013).

Robert Alan Hess (JD 2010), Excavating Treasure from the Amber of the Prior Art: Why the Public Benefit Doctrine Is Ill-Suited to the Pharmaceutical Sciences, 66 Food & Drug L.J. 105 (2011).

Rebecca Huertas (JD expected 2019), Putting the Nail in the Coffin: Isn’t it Time to Let the European Consensus Doctrine Put an End to the Use of the Death Penalty in the United States?, 29 Hague Y.B. Int’l L. 103 (2016).

Eumie A. Kang (JD 2012), Uncle Dad? What Custody and Visitation Rights Does a Sperm Donor Have When He Is the Biological Father and Social Uncle of a Child Produced by ART? 30 Mass. Family L.J. 5 (2012).

Kizuki Kuzuhara (JD 1996), Contracting Between a Japanese Enterprise and an American Enterprise: The Differences in the Importance of Written Documents as the Final Agreement in the United States & Japan, 3 ILSA J. Int’l & Comp. L. 57 (1996).

Chelsea Maehara (JD 2012), Treasure and Shipwreck Salvage in International Waters (William S. Hein, forthcoming).

Mark J. Maier (JD 2000), Affordable Internet Access for All Americans, 6 Rich. J.L. & Tech. 8 (1999).

Maureen McBrien (JD 2003), Human Cloning: Beyond the Realm of the Constitutional Right to Procreative Liberty, 21 Buff. Pub. Int. L.J. 107 (2003).

Jeff Meehan (JD 2015), The Predominant Goliath: Why Pay-to-Play Daily Fantasy Sports Are Games of Skill Under The Dominant Factor Test, Marq. Sports L. Rev., Forthcoming.

Jeff Meehan (JD 2015), Harvard or Hardball? An Examination of Ethical Issues Faced by Lawyer-Agents, 21 Sports Law. J. 45 (2014).

Thomas A. Reynolds (JD 1996), Delimitation, Exploitation, and Allocation of Transboundary Oil and Gas Deposits Between Nation-States, 1 ILSA J. Int’l & Comp. L. 135 (1995).

Stacy B. Seltzer (JD 2011), Retroactive Modification or Credit for Dependency Benefits Paid?, 29 Mass. Family L. J. 1 (2011).

Steven Shapiro (JD 2007), Polishing the Trademark Tarnishment Claim, 2 Fla. Ent. L. Rev. 32 (2008).

Melissa Sikorski (JD 2009), Willy Wonka’s Everlasting Gobstopper as a Never-ending Trade Secret: The Importance of Cultivating an Effective Trade Secret Protection Program by Meeting a Client’s Specific Needs, 1 SciTech e-Merging News: The ABA Section of Science & Technology Law Quarterly Newsletter (Issue 3, Winter 2009).

Letitia Silas (JD 2010), Inclusion: Preventing Anti-Other Discrimination and Fulfilling the Promise of Equal Employment Opportunity in Public Employment, 2 Widener J.L. Econ. & Race 60 (2011).

Meghan Slack (JD 2010) & Jessica Silbey, The Semiotics of Film in U.S. Supreme Court Jurisprudence, in Law, Culture and Visual Studies (Springer Press, 2013).

Cynthia Snow (JD 2012), The Alimony Reform Act of 2011: The State of Alimony in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: Till Death Do Us Pay, in Latest Developments in Alimony (Advanced Legal Studies, 2011). [also included in the MBA's 21st Annual Family Law Conference Materials, 2011].

Rob Tammero (JD 2010), Private Equity Investment in Failed Banks: Controlling Risks to the Federal Safety Net, 11 J. Bus. & Sec. L. 53 (2010).

Melissa Waver (JD 2013), When the Standing Doctrine Closes a Door, May Intervention Open a Window? How Article III Standing and Rule 24(a) Intervention Could Shape Climate Change Solutions, 42 Envtl. L. Rep. 10945 (2012).

Jo-Na Williams (JD 2010), The New Symbol of Hope for Fair Use: Shepard Fairey v. the Associated Press, 2 Landslide (A Publication of the ABA Section of Intell. Prop. L.) 55 (September/October 2009).

Stephen R. Wilson (JD 2003), Public Disclosure Policies: Can a Company Still Protect Its Trade Secrets?, 38 New Eng. L. Rev. 265 (2004).

Stephen R. Wilson (JD 2003), Copyright Protection for DNA Sequences: Can the Biotech Industry Harmonize Science with Song, 44 Jurimetrics J. 409 (2004).

Stephen R. Wilson (JD 2003), Rewarding Creativity: Transformative Use in the Jazz Idiom, U. Pitt. J. Tech. L. & Pol'y, vol. 4, art. 4 (2003).

Kristin Youkana (JD 2013), Intersection of Immigration and Family Law: Impact of Illegal Immigration Status in Child Custody Cases, 31 Mass. Fam. L.J. 74 (Feb. 2013)