The University of New Mexico School of Law faculty has been educated at the nation's most distinguished law schools and has practiced and taught throughout the country, bringing to UNM a healthy diversity of backgrounds, professional interests and outlooks on legal education. This collection showcases the range of scholarship by current and emeriti faculty at UNMSOL.

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Demonizing Muslims Only Benefits IS, Jennifer Moore

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Deportations violate U.S., global laws, Jennifer Moore

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Engendering Peace and Justice after Armed Conflict: A Call for Qualitative Research among Women's Community Networks, Jennifer Moore

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Freedom from Detention for Central American Families, Jennifer Moore

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From Nation State to Failed State: International Protection from Human Rights Abuses by Non-State Agents, Jennifer Moore

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Humanitarian Law in Action within Africa, Jennifer Moore

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Humanitarian protection for unaccompanied children from Central America, Jennifer Moore

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Just Who Are Humanitarian Workers?, Jennifer Moore

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Practicing What We Preach: Humane Treatment for Detainees in the War on Terror, Jennifer Moore

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Preserving Habeas Corpus for Asylum Seekers Just When They Need It Most, Jennifer Moore

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Punitive Military Strikes on Syria Risk an Inhumane Intervention, Jennifer Moore

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R2P= MDGs: Implementing the Responsibility to Protect through the Millennium Development Goals, Jennifer Moore

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Restoring the Humanitarian Character of U.S. Refugee Law: Lessons from the International Community, Jennifer Moore

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Simple Justice: Humanitarian Law as a Defense to Deportation, Jennifer Moore

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Speaking Law to Power: Joan Fitzpatrick, 1950-2003 (obituary), Jennifer Moore

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Talking with Women about Community Healing in Uganda and Sierra Leone, Jennifer Moore

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The Alchemy of Exile: Strengthening a Culture of Human Rights in the Burundian Refugee Camps in Tanzania, Jennifer Moore

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The Inevitable Collision: Affirmative Action and the Constitution, Jennifer Moore

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The Responsibility to Protect in the Ebola outbreak, Jennifer Moore

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Whither the Accountability Theory: Second-Class Status for Third-Party Refugees as a Threat to International Protection, Jennifer Moore

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Evidence, J. Michael Norwood

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Problem Solving in a Multidisciplinary Environment: Must Ethics get in the Way of Holistic Service, J. Michael Norwood

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Requiring a Live Client, In-House Clinical Course: A Report on the University of New Mexico Law School Experience, J. Michael Norwood

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Scenes from the Continuum: Sustaining the MacCrate Report's Vision of Legal Education into the Twenty-First Century, J. Michael Norwood

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The Constitutionality of Pretrial Detention without Bail in New Mexico, J. Michael Norwood and Larry S. Novins

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Choosing Federal Court for Determination of State Law Questions, Ted Occhialino

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How One Law Review Article Transformed the Law of New Mexico Forever (Not!), Ted Occhialino

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Representing Mexican Clients in U.S. Courts in Claims of Liability in Industrial Accidents, Ted Occhialino

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Family Law 1971 Survey of New York Law: Part Five--Miscellaneous, Ted Occhialino and Richard A. Ellison

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Herding Cats: Improving Law School Teaching, Ted Occhialino, Michael M. Simon, and Robert L. Fried

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Creating a Tribal Law Practice Clinic in Kansas: Carving the Peg to Fit the Hole, Aliza Organick

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Listening to Indigenous Voices: What the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Means for U.S. Tribes, Aliza Organick

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Reassessing Concurrent Tribal-State-Federal Criminal Jurisdiction in Kansas, Aliza Organick

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Taking Voting Rights Seriously: Race and the Integrity of Democracy in America, Aliza Organick

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Tribal Law and Best Practices in Legal Education: Creating a New Path for the Study of Tribal Law, Aliza Organick

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From Conflict to Cooperation: State and Tribal Court Relations in the Era of Self-Determination, Aliza Organick and Tonya Kowalski

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Controversy Reemerges over Hiring, Review of Immigration Judges, Gabriel Pacyniak

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Making the Most of Cooperative Federalism: What the Clean Power Plan has Already Achieved, Gabriel Pacyniak

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New Mexico’s Renewable Portfolio Standard: Analysis of Existing Policy Design Elements and Compliance Obligations Beyond 2020, Gabriel Pacyniak

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State Innovation on Climate Change: Reducing Emissions from Key Sectors While Preparing for a New Normal, Gabriel Pacyniak

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Reducing Transportation Emissions in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic: Fuel System Considerations, Gabriel Pacyniak, Drew Veysey, and James Bradbury

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New Strategies for Reducing Transportation Emissions and Preparing for Climate Impacts, Gabriel Pacyniak, Kathryn Zyla, and Vicki Arroyo

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Environmental Clean-Up Expenses: Taxing Times for the BLM and Miners, Sergio Pareja

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Estate Tax Repeal Under EGTRRA: A Proposal for Simplification, Sergio Pareja

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How The Über-Wealthy Benefit From Investing Outside Retirement Plans (And How You Can Too), Sergio Pareja

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It Taxes a Village: The Problem with Routinely Taxing Barter Transactions, Sergio Pareja

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Sales Gone Wild: Will the FTC's Business Opportunity Rule Put an End to Pyramid Marketing Schemes?, Sergio Pareja

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Taxation Without Liquidation: Rethinking "Ability to Pay", Sergio Pareja

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The Impact of Federal Law on a Decedent’s Digital Assets, Sergio Pareja

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Selecting a Trust Situs in the 21st Century, Sergio Pareja and John A. Warnick

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A Few Remodeling Projects Make Major Impact: The University of New Mexico School of Law Librarys new reading room, reference desk, and classroom reflect the library as a vibrant activity hub, Carol A. Parker

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Challenges Associated with Providing Tenure and Continuous Appointment Opportunities for Academic Law Librarians, Carol A. Parker

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How Law Schools Benefit When Librarians Publish, Teach and Hold Faculty Status, Carol A. Parker

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Institutional Repositories and the Principle of Open Access: Changing the Way We Think about Legal Scholarship, Carol A. Parker

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Leadership Development Programs for Academic Law Librarians (in special issue entitled, Our Commitment to Building Leaders: Programs for Leadership in Academic and Special Libraries), Carol A. Parker

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Legal Education for All (or More Than Just Lawyers), Carol A. Parker

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Legal Education for All (or More than Just Lawyers), Carol A. Parker

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Should the Michigan Supreme Court Adopt a Non-Majority Vote Rule for Granting Leave to Appeal?, Carol A. Parker

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Tenure Advice for Law Librarians and Their Directors, Carol A. Parker

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The Need for Faculty Status and Uniform Tenure Requirements for Law Librarians, Carol A. Parker

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A Survey of the Securities Act of New Mexico, Theodore Parnall

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Use (or Abuse) of the Limited Partnership in Financing Real Estate Ventures in New Mexico, Theodore Parnall and Robert G. Heyman

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Private and Limited Offerings after a Decade of Experimentation: The Evolution of Regulation D, Theodore Parnall, Bruce R. Kohl, and Curtis W. Huff

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The Senegal Valley Authority: A Unique Experiment in International River Basin Planning, Theodore Parnall and Albert E. Utton

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Law Schools Harm Genízaros and other Indigenous People by Misunderstanding ABA Policy, Bill Piatt, Moises Gonzales, and Katja Wolf

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New Mexico Tribal Cannabis: Policy, Politics, & Guidance for Government-to-Government Cooperation in State-Tribal Cannabis Compacting, Matthew Ramírez

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A Modest Proposal: The Aged of Death Row Should be Deemed too Old to Execute, Elizabeth Rapaport

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Bloomberg Law interviews Elizabeth Rapaport; Trump’s Pardons Quicker Than Obama’s, But ‘Haphazard’, Elizabeth Rapaport

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Book Review: Woman's Consciousness, Man's World, Elizabeth Rapaport

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Capital Murder and the Domestic Discount: A Study of Capital Domestic Murder in the Post Furman Era, Elizabeth Rapaport

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Equality of the Damned: The Execution of Women on the Cusp of the 21st Century, Elizabeth Rapaport

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High Crimes and Misdemeanors: A View From the #MeToo Era, Elizabeth Rapaport

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Mad Women and Desperate Girls: Infanticide and Child Murder in Law and Myth, Elizabeth Rapaport

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Retribution and Redemption in the Operation of Executive Clemency, Elizabeth Rapaport

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Some Questions About Gender and the Death Penalty, Elizabeth Rapaport

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Staying Alive: Executive Clemency, Equal Protection, and the Politics of Gender in Women's Capital Cases, Elizabeth Rapaport

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Straight Is the Gate: Capital Clemency in the United States from Gregg to Atkins, Elizabeth Rapaport

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The Death Penalty and Gender Discrimination, Elizabeth Rapaport

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The Georgia Immigration Pardons: A Case Study in Mass Clemency, Elizabeth Rapaport

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Death Penalty for Women in North Carolina, Elizabeth Rapaport and Victor Streib

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OCLC: WorldCat Collection Analysis Service and the Desert States Law Library Consortium, Michelle Rigual

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A Reexamination and Reformulation of the Habendum Clause Paying Quantities Standard Under Oil and Gas Leases, Alex Ritchie

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Creatures of Circumstance: Conflicts Over Local Government Regulation of Oil and Gas, Alex Ritchie

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Fracking in Louisiana: The Missing Process/Land Use Distinction in State Preemption and Opportunities for Local Participation, Alex Ritchie

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Fracking surrounded by misinformation, Alex Ritchie

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How Contract Boilerplate Can Bite, Alex Ritchie

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Intermediate Sanctions: Controlling the Tax-Exempt Organization Manager, Alex Ritchie

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On Local Fracking Bans: Policy and Preemption in New Mexico, Alex Ritchie

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Scattered and Dissonant: The Clean Air Act, Greenhouse Gases, and Implications for the Oil and Gas Industry, Alex Ritchie

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Property Provisions of the Joint Operating Agreement: An Update for the New 2015 Form JOA, Alex Ritchie and Gary B. Conine

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Form 5 LLC: A Modest Proposal for A Limited Liability Company Agreement Based on Form 5, Alex Ritchie, James F. Cress, and Paul Smith

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The Due Diligence Process and Its Impact on the Deal: A Primer on Bayoneting the Wounded, Alex Ritchie and A. John Davis

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The Admissibility of Scientific Evidence Under the New Mexico and Federal Rules of Evidence, Leo Romero

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A Critique of the Willful, Deliberate, and Premeditated Formula for Distinguishing between First and Second Degree Murder in New Mexico, Leo M. Romero

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An Assessment of Affirmative Action in Law School Admissions after Fifteen Years: A Need for Recommitment, Leo M. Romero

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Competency to Stand Trial Under the Senate and House Proposed Revisions of the Federal Criminal Code, Leo M. Romero

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Concluding Remarks, Leo M. Romero

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Enhancing Diversity in an Appointive System of Selecting Judges, Leo M. Romero

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Judicial Selection in New Mexico: A Hybrid of Commission Nomination and Partisan Election, Leo M. Romero

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New Mexico Mens Rea Doctrines and the Uniform Criminal Jury Instructions: The Need for Revision, Leo M. Romero