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Professor Martin's Book Featured at 2019 APSA Annual Meeting

West Virginia University Law professor Jena Martin, with co-author Karen Kunz, will be featured at the 2019 American Political Science Association Annual Meeting by publisher Lexington Books. Professor Martin's book, When the Levees Break: Re-visioning Regulation of the Securities Markets, was published in 2016 and recently released in paperback in April 2019.

Lexington Books, an imprint of Rowman & Littlefield, will exhibit the book at the APSA Annual Meeting, August 29-31, 2019 in Washington D.C.

WVU College of Law SSRN Paper Series Publishes Volume 7, Issue 3

The West Virginia University College of Law Research Paper Series published Volume 7, Issue 3 on August 2, 2019. The following authors were featured for their scholarship recently published to SSRN:

James Friedberg, Yitz and Ishmael: A Drama in One Very Long Act, International Law, Settlements and the Two-State Solution, and Nuclear Weapons, Elephants, Israel and the World Court.

Professor Martin Publishes New Work in Indiana International & Comparative Law Review

West Virginia University College of Law professor Jena Martin recently published new work in the Indiana International & Comparative Law Review. The essay, titled "It's Complicated: The Challenge of Prosecuting TNCs for Criminal Activity Under International Law" appears in the symposium issue of volume 29 of the journal. In March 2019 Professor Martin spoke at the event: "The Fight Against Trans-Boundary International Crime - Approaches, Methods and Solutions".

From the abstract:

New Citations to WVU Law Faculty Scholarship, April-June 2019

Scholarly publications of West Virginia University College of Law faculty members are frequently cited for their authority in various areas of expertise. The following is a list of works cited this spring between April 1, 2019 and June 30, 2019.

Robert Bastress

Professor Jena Martin featured in WVU Magazine

West Virginia University College of Law professor Jena Martin is featured in the latest issue of WVU Magazine. The article, "Holding Back the Flood", discusses the issues raised in Professor Martin's book, When the Levees Break: Re- visioning Regulation of the Securities Markets, co-authored with Karen Kunz. The book proposes solutions to resolve how the laws governing the securities market have fallen behind the technological advances that have changed modern securities trading.

Read more of Professor Martin's scholarship on SSRN.