The Association of American Law Schools maintains a list of scholarly books published by law school faculty on this page. To submit your book for consideration for this list, please submit the form below.
Swethaa S. Ballakrishnen (University of California, Irvine, School of Law)
Accidental Feminism: Gender Parity and Selective Mobility among India’s Professional Elite
Princeton University Press, January 2021
Less than 10 percent of India’s lawyers are female, but women in the most prestigious firms are significantly represented both at entry and partnership. Elite workspaces are notorious for being unfriendly to new actors, so what allows for aberration in certain workspaces?
Michael H. Graham (University of Miami School of Law)
Graham’s Handbook of Illinois Evidence, 2021 Edition
Wolters Kluwer, January 2021
A comprehensive and practical guide to the Illinois Rules of Evidence and related issues, providing clear explanations of the settled law and expert advice on more complicated evidentiary problems.
Grant M. Hayden (Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law) and Matthew T. Bodie (Saint Louis University School of Law)
Reconstructing the Corporation: From Shareholder Primacy to Shared Governance
Cambridge University Press, February 2021
This book critically examines the current state of corporate governance law and provides decisive rebuttals to longstanding arguments for the exclusive shareholder franchise.
M.C. Mirow (Florida International University College of Law) and Howard M. Wasserman (Florida International University College of Law)
Painting Constitutional Law: Xavier Cortada’s Images of Constitutional Rights
Brill, January 2021
Xavier Cortada portrays ten significant decisions by the Supreme Court of the United States that originated from people, places, and events in Florida.
Symeon C. Symeonides (Willamette University College of Law)
Cross-Border Infringement of Personality Rights via the Internet
Brill, Januay 2021
This book explores the ways in which various Western countries have addressed conflicts of laws arising from injuries to rights of personality—such as defamation or invasion of privacy—but also advances new, practical ideas about how these conflicts should be resolved.
Kelly Terry (University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law), Gerald F. Hess(Gonzaga University School of Law), Emily Grant (Washburn University School of Law) and Sandra Simpson (Gonzaga University School of Law)
Assessment of Teaching and Learning: A Comprehensive Guidebook for Law Schools
Carolina Academic Press, 2021
This book discusses every aspect of assessment from the broad topics of creating a culture of assessment and the institutional assessment process to the more specific topics of assessing student learning at the course and program levels and assessing teaching effectiveness.
Stephanie M. Wildman (Santa Clara University School of Law)
Privilege Revealed: How Invisible Preference Undermines America
NYU Press, 2021
This book focuses on language, the workplace, the implications of comparing racism and sexism, race-based housing privilege, the dream of diversity and the cycle of exclusion, the rule of law and invisible systems of privilege, and the power of law to transform society.