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WVU College of Law SSRN Paper Series Publishes Volume 10, Issue 2

The West Virginia University College of Law Research Paper Series published Volume 10, Issue 1 on July 26, 2022. The following authors were featured for their new scholarship recently published to SSRN:

James J. Friedberg, States and Laws, Jews and Palestinians: Yadgar's Traditionalist Alternative. A Reflection on Yadgar, Israel's Jewish Identity Crisis (Cambridge, 2020).

Professor Will Rhee Publishes Trial Prep Procedures Tool for Criminal Trials in Rutgers Law Review

West Virginia University College of Law Professor Will Rhee and co-author L. Richard Walker recently published new scholarship in the Rutgers University Law Review . The article is titled "The Trial Preparation Procedures—Criminal" and offers a trial preparation tool for practitioners. It appears in volume 74 of the journal and follows the publication of a trial preparation tool designed specifically for civil litigation. "The Trial Preparation Procedures—Civil" was published in volume 73 of the journal in 2021.

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WVU College of Law SSRN Paper Series Publishes Volume 9, Issue 3

The West Virginia University College of Law Research Paper Series published Volume 9, Issue 3 on October 27, 2021. The following authors were featured for their new scholarship recently published to SSRN:

Caroline Osborne, Copyright, Pandemics, and Emergencies: When Desperate Times Dictate Contextual Responses.

New Citations to WVU Law Scholarship, July to September 2021

The scholarship of West Virginia University College of Law faculty members is frequently cited as authority in numerous legal disciplines. The following is a list of faculty authored works cited this year and made available on Westlaw Edge between July 1 and September 30, 2021.

Valarie Blake

Professor Will Rhee Publishes Trial Prep Procedures Tool for Civil Trials in Rutgers Law Review

West Virginia University College of Law Professor Will Rhee and co-author L. Richard Walker recently published new scholarship in the Rutgers University Law Review . The article is titled "The Trial Preparation Procedures—Civil" and offers a trial preparation tool for practitioners. It appears in volume 73 of the journal. A follow-up focused on trial preparation in criminal matters is also to be published.

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