UCI Law’s faculty address the most important legal issues of the day. Many articles are available here in this growing collection; more complete lists of scholarly works are on our faculty pages at law.uci.edu/faculty


Submissions from 2008

The Crime/Tort Distinction: Legal Doctrine and Normative Perspectives, Kenneth W. Simons
17 Widener L.J. 719 (2008)


Tort Negligence, Cost-Benefit Analysis, and Tradeoffs: A Closer Look at the Controversy, Kenneth W. Simons

Subprime Lending and the Housing Bubble: Tail Wags Dog?, Kerry D. Vandell, Major Coleman, and Michael LaCour-Little
17 J. Hous. Econ. 272 (2008)

Estimating Property Values by Replication: An Alternative to the Traditional Grid and Regression Methods, Kerry Vandell, Tsong-Yue Lai, Ko Wang, and Gerd Welke
30 J. Real Est. Res. 441 (2008)

De Autoritaire Rechtsstaat, Chinese Recht Gevangen in Transitie, Benjamin van Rooij
62 Int'l Spectator 135 (2008)

Van Yi naar Yi: Rechtsbescherming tegen de Overheid in China (From Yi to Yi, Legal Protection Against the Government in China), Benjamin van Rooij


Litigation, Arbitration, and the Transnational Shadow of Law, Christopher A. Whytock

Taking Causality Seriously in Comparative Constitutional Law: Insights from Comparative Politics and Comparative Political Economy, Christopher A. Whytock
41 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 269 (2008)

Submissions from 2007

Intellectual Property in the Context of e-Science, Dan L. Burk
12 J. Computer-Mediated Comm. 600 (2007)

Avoiding Common Problems in Using Teaching Assistants: Hard Lessons Learned from Peer Teaching Theory and Experience, Rachel Croskery-Roberts and Ted Becker
13 Legal Writing: J. Legal Writing Inst. 269 (2007)

Submissions from 2006

From J.C. Bach to Hip Hop: Musical Borrowing, Copyright, and Cultural Context, Olufunmilayo B. Arewa
84 N.C. L. Rev. 547 (2006)

Submissions from 1998


Virtual Exit in the Global Information Economy, Dan L. Burk