Faculty Scholarship

Notable Faculty Publications

Professor Brian Quinn recently released Mergers and Acquisitions: Law, Theory, and Practice. Co-authored with Steven Davidoff Solomon and Claire Hill, the textbook explores a number of recent deals, among them management buy-outs and hostile bidding wars, to provide students an overview of the entire deal process, including auctions and board decisions during a sale. Professor Natalya Shnitser, the David and Pamela Donohue Assist...

BC Law Faculty Achievements

Fulbright in Russia: Professor David Wirth has won a Fulbright award that will take him to Russia for the 2016-17 academic year. An expert on international environmental issues, he will serve as the Distinguished Chair in Sustainable Development at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow. Wirth will consult with faculty on curriculum development, help shape teaching standards, give a series of lectures, and lead an advanced course for ...

Notable Faculty Publications

Professor Daniel Kanstroom, in his ongoing efforts to raise public consciousness of US deportation laws, has co-authored The New Deportation Delirium: Interdisciplinary Responses (NYU Press, 2015) with Brinton Lykes of BC’s Lynch School of Education. The writers, both associate directors of the Center for Human Rights and International Justice, were recognized at a book launch in November. Professor Mark Brodin, in his NYU Revi...

BC Law Faculty Achievements

Full Circle: Professor Joan Blum last summer conducted a two-day training program in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, on drafting indictments. She did so on behalf of the US Department of Justice and as part of her ongoing commitment to improving best practices of the region’s judiciary. Blum followed that with “Enriching LRW Faculty Experience Through Global Engagement,” a talk informed by her teaching abroad, presented at the New E...

Notable Faculty Publications

Professor Dean M. Hashimoto co-authored “Impact of Organizational Policies and Practices on Workplace Injuries in a Hospital Setting” in the Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine. He holds five advanced graduate degrees, focuses his scholarship on the interface of law, science, and medicine, and is faculty director of BC Law’s JD/MPH dual degree program with Tufts School of Medicine. Associate Professor Katha...

BC Law Faculty Achievements

He Rules: Professor Mark Brodin, editor of the Handbook of Massachusetts Evidence, has been named editor of the six-volume treatise, Weinstein’s Federal Evidence. He was recommended for the position by Professor Daniel Coquillette, who serves on the senior editorial board of Moore’s Federal Practice. With this prestigious appointment, Brodin will have an opportunity to shape evolving law, as his job will include taking positions on ...

Notable Faculty Publications

Professor Brian Galle goes against popular wisdom when he argues that “nudges,” a form of behaviorally inspired regulation, are economically efficient. Writing in the Texas Law Review article, “Tax, Command…or Nudge?, Evaluating the New Regulation,” Galle makes the point that some “command and control” regulations are superior to tax or subsidy alternatives. Professor Sanford Katz, the Darald and Juliet Libby chair ...