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Widener University Faculty Authors 2022 - 2023

Commonwealth Law School

John C. Dernbach

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• Dernbach, J. C., Hester, T. D., & Edwards, A. L. (2023). ABA encourages climate-conscious lawyering at cop27. Trends, 54(4), 1-3.

• Dernbach, J. C., & Schang, S. E. (2022). Liberating sustainable development from its non-historical shackles. Arizona State Law Journal, 54(3), 723-754.

• Dernbach, J. C., Russell, I., & Bogoshian, M. (2022). Lawyering to make difference: Ethics and leadership for sustainable society. Wake Forest Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law, 23(1), 19-37.

• Dernbach, J. C., & Jones, R. A. (2023). Evolution of U.S. climate law and policy. In M. B. Gerrard (Ed.), Global climate change and U.S. law. ABA.

• ‌Dernbach, J. C., Bogoshain, M., & Russell, I. S. (2022). Sustainability Essentials. ABA.

• Dernbach, J. C., & Parenteau, P. (2023). More than two dozen cities and states are suing Big Oil over climate change – they just got a boost from the US Supreme Court. The Conversation

Jill E. Family

Photo of Jill Family.• Family, J. (2023). A lack of uniformity, compounded, in immigration law. Notre Dame Law Review, 98(5), 2115-2142. 

• Family, J. (2022). Regulated immigrants: an administrative law failure. Howard Law Journal, 66(1), 1-37.

• Family, J. (2022). The immigration lawyers are not "alright". Jotwell: The Journal of Things We Like (Lots), 2022(12), 1-3.

• Family, J. (2022). Why don't policymakers speak out about migrants?. Jotwell: The Journal of Things We Like (Lots), 2022(2), 1-2.

Christian A. Johnson

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• Johnson Christian A. A. (2022). Financial innovation and unforeseen consequences: Spacs, sec lending, and shorts. University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review, 45(2), 177-200.

• Johnson, C. A., & Brunson, S. D. (2023). Good Intentions: Administrative fiat and the general welfare exclusion. Washington University Law Review, 100(5), 1410–1469.

• Johnson, C. A. (2023). Disenfranchisement, voter disqualifications, and felony convictions: Searching for state law uniformity. Widener Commonwealth Law Review, 32(1), 35-64.

• Johnson, C. (2023). Pledging movable property in Saudi Arabia: Unleashing secured lending. Currents: Journal of International Economic Law, 25(2), 16-26.

Juliet M. Moringiello

Juliet Moringiello• Moringiello, J. M., & Odinet, C. K. (2022). The property law of tokens. Florida Law Review, 74(4), 607-670.

• Moringiello, J. M., & Odinet, C. K. (2023). Blockchain real estate and nfts. William & Mary Law Review, 64(4), 1131-1192.

Michelle Collazo Vos

 Photo of Michelle Collazo Vos.• Lingwall, J., & Vos, M. (2022). Causal narratives and constitutional scrutiny. University of Memphis Law Review, 52(3), 773-[iii].

Quinn Yeargain

Photo of Quinn Yeargain.• Yeargain, T. (2022). Recasting the second fiddle: The need for clear line of lieutenant gubernatorial succession. South Carolina Law Review, 74(1), 53-110.

• Yeargain, Q. (2023). Decarbonizing constitutions. Yale Law & Policy Review, 41(2), 1-74.