Stewart Center faculty news
was named Vice President for International Affairs of Indiana University at the end of 2017. During the fall of 2018, Buxbaum accompanied President McRobbie on an important trip to Asia, which included meetings in Seoul, South Korea and Beijing and Tianjin, China. Her recent publications include: "Transnational Legal Ordering and Regulatory Conflict: Lessons From the Regulation of Cross-Border Derivatives," (forthcoming in the UC Irvine Journal of International, Transnational, and Comparative Law
); an article forthcoming in Duke Law School's international journal, titled "The Role of the Presumption Against Extraterritoriality in Determining the Scope of Statutory Law: Interstate and International Conflicts;" and a book chapter on Transnational Antitrust Law, which will appear in the Oxford Handbook of Transnational Law
has published a hornbook, Legal Ethics, Professional Responsibility, and the Legal Profession
(West Academic Press 2018) (with Sisk, Fortney, Hamilton, Henderson, Johnson, Kruse, Pepper, & Weresh); a co-authored treatise, Understanding Civil Procedure
ed. Carolina Academic Press 2018) (with Shreve & Raven-Hansen); and the 2017 supplement to his treatise, Judicial Conduct and Ethics
Ed. Lexis Law Publishing 2013) (with Alfini & Sample). His book, Who is to Judge: The Perennial Debate Over Whether to Elect or Appoint America’s Judges
, which he wrote with the support of a Carnegie fellowship, is scheduled for publication in 2019, as is the third edition of his monograph, Judicial Disqualification: An Analysis of Federal Law
, which is forthcoming from the Federal Judicial Center.
: Since the summer of 2017, Bill Henderson has been part of the founding team for the Institute for the Future of Law Practice (IFLP, called “I-flip”), a nonprofit that creates training programs and organizes paid internships for law students in areas of practice that rely upon data, process, technology, design thinking, and non-hourly business models. IFLP currently has 18 member law schools in the U.S., Canada, and Europe and a diverse array of more than 50 employers that include law firms, in-house legal departments, LegalTech, NewLaw companies, and public interest organizations. The Maurer School of Law was one of four founding law schools. He also continues to publish his research on Legal Evolution, which was recently honored by the ABA Journal
as part of its annual Web 100 competition.
recently presented a lecture at the University of Oxford. His talk was entitled "The Impact of Automation and Artificial Intelligence on the Employment Relationship: New Gigs for Labor and Employment Law,” Roundtable On Artificial Intelligence and Employment, hosted by Oxford University and the University of Otago, Jesus College, Oxford University, Oxford, England (November 27, 2018). In addition, in September, he spoke at the University of South Carolina’s Thirteenth Annual Colloquium on Scholarship in Employment and Labor Law (COSELL), where he delivered a talk entitled “Teaching Labor Law as a Simulation: Twenty-Two Years as President of Labor Law I, Inc.” on September 28, 2018.