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Horace Anderson Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of LawWe Can Work it Out: Co-Op Compulsory Licensing as the Way Forward in Improving Access to Anti-Retroviral Drugs, 16 B.U. J. Sci. & Tech. L. 167 (2010). Noa Ben-Asher Assistant Professor of LawObligatory Health, Yale Hum. Rights & Dev. J. (forthcoming 2011).Elizabeth Burleson Associate Professor of LawEmerging Human Rights & Environmental Law in the Arctic, 30 Law & Ineq. _ (2011) (Co-author).Energy Revolution and Disaster Response in the Face of Climate Change, 22 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 169 (2011).Climate Change Consensus: Emerging International Law, 34 Wm & Mary Envtl. L. and Policy Rev. 543 (2010).China in Context: Energy, Water, and Climate Cooperation, 36 William Mitchell L. Rev. 3 (2010).International Human Rights Law and Co-Parent Adoption, 55 Loyola L. Rev. 791 (2010).Energy Policy, Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer to Address Climate Change, 18 Univ. of Iowa Coll. of Law Transnat'l L. & Contemp. Probs. 69 (2009).David Cassuto Professor of Law and Director, Brazil-American Institute for Law and Environment (BAILE) Visiting Professor (and Fulbright Scholar) at FGV Direito Rio. Visiting Professor of Environmental Law at the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA) in Salvador, Brazil.Keeping It Legal: Transboundary Management Challenges Facing Brazil and the Guarani (w/Rômulo S.R. Sampaio), Water International (special issue on transboundary aquifers) (forthcoming 2011).The Basics of NEPA and Its Role in Combating Climate Change, in 30 Years of NEPA in Brazil (working title) (with Joseph Edgar) (Getulio Vargas Foundation Press) (forthcoming 2011).Water Law in the U.S. and Brazil - Climate Change & Two Approaches to Emerging Water Poverty, 35 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol'y Rev. 371 (Winter 2011) (with Rômulo S.R. Sampaio).Owning What You Eat: The Interweaving of Environment, Agriculture & Law, in Democracy, Ecological Integrity and International Law (Laura Westra ed.)(Cambridge Scholars Press, 2010).Recent Scholarship10 Pace Law School

Perspectives Fall 2011 11Don L. Doernberg Professor of LawSovereignty in the Age of Twitter, 55 Vill. L. Rev. 833 (2010).Linda C. Fentiman Professor of LawIn the Name of Fetal Protection: Why American Prosecutors Pursue Pregnant Drug Users (and Other Countries Don't), 18 Colum. J. Gender & L. 647 (2009). Pursuing the Perfect Mother: Why America's Criminalization of Maternal Substance Abuse Is Not the Answer--A Comparative Legal Analysis , 15 Mich. J. Gender & L. 389 (2009). Lissa Griffin Professor of LawMegan's Law and Sarah's Law: A Comparative Study of Sex Offender Community Notification Schemes in the United States and the United Kingdom, 46 Crim. L. Bull. 6 (2010). Jeffrey G. Miller Professor of LawOrganizing Liability for Environmental Crimes in Civil and Common Law Countries, in Proceedings of the Fourth Colloquium of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, Academy of Environmental Law (Lee Paddock et al. eds., 2010) (with Caroline Justice). Richard Ottinger Dean Emeritus and Co-Director, Center for Environmental Legal Studies.Introduction: Copenhagen Climate Conference - Success or Failure?, 27 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 411 (2010).The Outcome from Copenhagen: Success or Failure?, 40 Environmental Policy and Law 22 (2010).Bioenergy in Developing Countries: Potential and Risks, Pace Envtl. L. Rev. (2010); Journal of Renewable Energy Law and Policy (June 2010).