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Widener University Faculty Authors 2022 - 2023

Delaware Law School

John Culhane, J.D. 

John Culhane• Culhane, J. (2023). More than marriage: Forming families after marriage equality. University of California Press.

Erin Daly, J.D.

Photo of Erin Daly• Daly, E. (2023) Review of Jimmy Chia-Shin Hsu, ed. human dignity in Asia: Dialogue between law and culture. International Journal of Constitutional Law, 21(2), 718-721. 

• Daly, E. & Lupin, D. (2023). Dignity in the Anthropocene. In P.D. Burdon & J. Martel (Eds.), The routledge handbook of law and the Anthropocene (pp. 227-244). Routledge.  

Sara Hildebrand, J.D., LL.M

Sara Hildebrand• Hildebrand, S. (2022). Racialized implications of officer gang expert testimony. Mississippi Law Journal, 92(1), 155-194.  

• Hildebrand, S. & Cordero, A. (2022). The burden of time: Government negligence in pandemic planning as a catalyst for reinvigorating the sixth amendment speedy trial right. Villanova Law Review, 67(1), 1-34.


James R. May

Photo of James May• May, J. & Baber, W.F. (Eds.). (2023). Environmental human rights in the Anthropocene: Concepts, contexts, and challenges. Cambridge University Press.  

• May, J. (2023). Socioeconomic and cultural rights and the Anthropocene. In J. May & W.F. Baber (Eds.), Environmental human rights in the Anthropocene (pp. 99-114). Cambridge University Press.