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Senior Vice Provost Academic Affairs and Professor of Law
Casebooks
The Torts Process (with James A. Henderson, Richard N. Pearson, and Douglas A. Kysar) (New York: Aspen Pub., 7th ed. 2007).
The Torts Process (with James A. Henderson, Jr., and Richard N. Pearson) (Gaithersburg: Aspen Law & Business, 6th ed. 2003).
The Torts Process (with James A. Henderson, Jr., and Richard N. Pearson) (Gaithersburg: Aspen Law & Business, 5th ed. 1999).
The Torts Process (with Richard Pearson and James A. Henderson, Jr.) (Boston: Little, Brown, 4th ed. 1994).
Articles
"Mass Torts and the Rhetoric of Crisis," 80 Cornell Law Review 990-1013 (1995).
"A Campfire of the Mind," 22 Cornell Law Forum 9-13 (1995).
"Universal Health Care and the Continued Reliance on Custom in Determining Medical Malpractice" (with James A. Henderson, Jr.), 79 Cornell Law Review 1382-404 (1994).
"Fighting With Angry Women: A Response to Lasson," 42 Journal of Legal Education 461-64 (1992).
"Wealth, Equity, and the Unitary Medical Malpractice Standard," 77 Virginia Law Review 439-87 (1991).
"The Limits of Tort Reform," 14 Cornell Law Forum 8-12 (1988).
"Negligent Accounting and the Limits of Instrumental Tort Reform," 86 Michigan Law Review 1929-80 (1988), reprinted in 38 Defense Law Journal 481-537 (1989).
"Corporate Behavior and the Social Efficiency of Tort Law," 85 Michigan Law Review 1820-64 (1987).