“Designing Systems and Processes for Managing Disputes” (Wolters Kluwer, 2013), co-written by Clinical Professor Robert C. Bordone ’97, Professor Emeritus Frank E.A. Sander ’52, Nancy H. Rogers, and Craig A. McEwen, is the first course book of its kind offering a multidisciplinary and skill-based guide to designing and implementing alternative dispute resolution systems.
Assistant Professor I. Glenn Cohen ’03 is the editor of “The Globalization of Health Care: Legal and Ethical Issues” (Oxford, 2013). Medical tourism, medical migration, telemedicine, and pharmaceutical research and development are among the topics explored. (See “Patients Without Borders”.)
“Simpler: The Future of Government” (Simon & Schuster, 2013), by Professor Cass Sunstein ’78, reimagines government as user-friendly as an iPad, with rules based on empirical evidence, and with built-in “nudges” that maintain personal freedom but encourage good choices. (See “Mr. Sunstein Went to Washington”.)
The “Routledge Handbook of Constitutional Law” (Routledge, 2012), edited by Professor Mark Tushnet et al., provides a survey of the current state of the field and identifies promising avenues for new research. See a discussion related to the book between Tushnet and Professor Vicki Jackson.