The Faculty Bibliography Database is produced as a joint project of the Graduate School and the Health Sciences Library. The bibliography is updated monthly based on material found in scholarly bibliographic databases and supplemented with information provided by the faculty.

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Recent Submissions

  • Defending refugees: A case for protective procedural safeguards in the persecutor bar analysis 

    Charles Shane Ellison, Defending Refugees: A Case for Protective Procedural Safeguards in the Persecutor Bar Analysis, 33 Geo. Immigr. L.J. 213 (2019).
    For refugees and asylum seekers, application of the so-called persecutor bar is tantamount to a death sentence. However, the Board of Immigration Appeals -- without any real deliberation--has arrived at an interpretation ...
  • Seeking predicate findings in Nebraska for special immigrant juveniles 

    Shane Ellison & Kevin Ruser, Seeking Predicate Findings in Nebraska for Special Immigrant Juveniles, Neb. Law., July/Aug. 2018, at 21.
    On April 23, 2018, Governor Pete Ricketts signed LB 670, a bill which contains several important provisions related to individuals seeking Special Immigrant Juvenile (SIJ) predicate findings before Nebraska state courts. ...
  • Hearing on competition and consumer protection in the 21st Century 

    Video file: Hearings on Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century (June 12, 2019) (FTC Hearing #14: Roundtable with State Attorneys General, an FTC-Creighton University School of Law event moderated by Ed Morse, Creighton University School of Law & Andrew Smith, Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Consumer Protection),
    The Federal Trade Commission held the 14th session of its Hearings Initiative with Creighton University School of Law in Omaha, Nebraska on June 12, 2019. This concluded the FTC’s Hearings on Competition and Consumer ...
  • Cuba-U.S. bilateral relationship: New pathways and policy choices 

    The Cuba-U.S. Bilateral Relationship: New Pathways and Policy Choices (Michael J. Kelly, Erika Moreno & Richard C. Witmer eds. 2019).
    At the end of President Barack Obama’s second term, it seemed that the U.S. and Cuba might be on track to normalize relations after five decades of cold war animus. These hopes seemed dashed by the results of the 2016 U.S. ...
  • Mangrum on Nebraska evidence 

    R. Collin Mangrum, Mangrum on Nebraska Evidence (2019 ed. 2019).
  • Maintaining an ethical balance in probate practice 

    Craig W. Dallon, Maintaining an Ethical Balance in Probate Practice, in The Probate Process From Start to Finish 105 ((Nat’l Bus. Inst. ed., 2019).
  • Legal structures in a Game of Thrones: The laws of the first men and those that followed 

    David P. Weber, Legal Structures in a Game of Thrones: The Law of the First Men and Those that Followed, 70 S.C. L. R. 209 (2018).
    For as long as we humans have recorded our existence, we have developed rules to govern our affairs. It is not surprising then that the rule of law predominates not only our own life, but also that of those worlds that ...
  • Muddy-booted, disingenuous revolution in personal jurisdiction 

    Patrick J. Borchers, The Muddy-Booted, Disingenuous Revolution in Personal Jurisdiction, 70 Fla. L. Rev. F. 21 (2018).
    When the editors of the Florida Law Review offered me the opportunity to comment on Professor Michael Hoffheimer’s wonderfully insightful article, I almost declined. The reason is that I agree with pretty much everything ...
  • District attorneys, discretion, and dialogue: How the culture of a prosecutor's office frames the relationship between superiors and subordinates 

    Gregory J. O’Meara, District Attorneys, Discretion, and Dialogue: How the Culture of a Prosecutor’s Office Frames the Relationship Between Superiors and Subordinates, 51 Creighton L. Rev. 729 (2018).
    INTRODUCTION|Failings in legal reasoning echo the failings of the Enlightenment project. The Creighton Law Review asked me to address the relationship between superiors and subordinates in a legal ethics context. In this ...
  • Introduction, Living with pain in the midst of the opioid crisis 

    Kelly K. Dineen and Daniel S. Goldberg, Introduction, Living with Pain in the Midst of the Opioid Crisis, 8 Narrative Inquiry Bioethics 189 (2018).
  • Ethical and legal issues 

    Kelly K. Dineen, Ethical and Legal Issues, in Priorities in Critical Care Nursing 8 (Linda D. Urden, Kathleen M. Stacy, Mary E. Lough eds., 8th ed. 2020).
  • Discussion between legal writing instructors 

    Carol Knoepfler & Kristy Coté, A Discussion Between Legal Writing Instructors, Neb. Law., Jan./Feb. 2017, at 53.
  • Humanitarian logic and the law of siege: A study of the Oxford Guidance on relief actions 

    Sean Watts, Humanitarian Logic and the Law of Siege: A Study of the Oxford Guidance on Relief Actions, 95 Int'l L. Stud. 1 (2019).
    In terms of human suffering, few military operations have rivaled sieges and comparably harsh legal regimes have governed them. At a time when legal vindication of humanitarian interests in armed conflict is ascendant, ...
  • These words may not mean what you think they mean: Toward a modern understanding of children and Miranda waivers 

    Raneta Lawson Mack, These Words May Not Mean What You Think They Mean: Toward a Modern Understanding of Children and Miranda Waivers, 27 B.U. Pub. Int. L.J. 257 (2018).
    In Parts I and II, this article will discuss the history of the Miranda waiver standards and cases interpreting those standards as applied to children. In Part III, the article will explore efforts on the state level to ...
  • Important developments in federal income taxation 

    Edward A. Morse, Important Developments in Federal Income Taxation, in Great Plains Federal Tax Institute (2018).
  • Retrenchment, temporary-effect legislation, and the home mortgage interest deduction 

    Victoria J. Haneman, Retrenchment, Temporary-Effect Legislation, and the Home Mortgage Interest Deduction, 71 Okla. L. Rev. 347 (2018).
    There are several sacred cows in the Internal Revenue Code, but perhaps none quite as sacrosanct as the home mortgage interest deduction. U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin has characterized the mortgage interest deduction ...
  • Caremark in the arc of compliance history 

    Paul E. McGreal, Caremark in the Arc of Compliance History, 90 Temp. L. Rev. 647 (2018).
    In 1996, the Delaware Chancery Court's In re Caremark International Inc. Derivative Litigation decision was the first to recognize a director's fiduciary duty to oversee a corporation's compliance and ethics program. Two ...
  • Mangrum and Benson on Utah Evidence 

    R. Collin Mangrum & Dee Benson, Mangrum and Benson on Utah Evidence (2018-2019 ed. 2018).
  • Overview of corporate compliance and ethics program 

    Paul E. McGreal, An Overview of Corporate Compliance and Ethics Programs, in Advanced Compliance and Ethics Workshop 117 (Practising Law Inst. ed., 2018).
  • Ethics -- it's legal, but is it right? 

    Craig W. Dallon, Ethics -- It’s Legal, But Is It Right?, in Dirty Litigation Tactics : How to Deal with the "Rambo" Litigator 61 (Nat’l Bus. Inst. ed., 2018).

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