Law Librarian Stephen Parks, Law Librarian Tiffany Paige, and Professor Angela Mae Kupenda with alumni Atty. Letitia Simmons Johnson '06 and Atty. Ramona Seabron-Williams '07, have scholarly works accepted for publication.
Law Librarian Stephen Parks recently had his article, "The Birthers' Attacks and the Judiciary's Article III "Defense" of the Obama Presidency," accepted for publication by Southern University Law Review for the forthcoming spring 2011 issue. This article is one in a series of articles Parks is researching and writing about the Birther Controversy and the Presidential Qualifications Clause in the U.S. Constitution.
Law Librarian Tiffany Paige recently had accepted for publication a Review of BNA Labor & Employment Law Resource Center™, published by AALL Spectrum Online. Paige also published a Conference program report of Charting New Roles for Technical Services: Faculty Publications and Institutional Repositories, in the Technical Services Law Librarian, v. 36 no. 1, Sept. 2010, 27-28.
Professor Angela Mae Kupenda, with co-authors MC Law alumni Attorney Letitia Simmons Johnson '06 and Attorney Ramona Seabron-Williams '07, recently had their article, "Political Invisibility, Black Women, Still Suspect, but no Suspect Class," accepted for publication in the forthcoming issue of the Washburn Law Journal. This issue will feature articles addressing the constitutional analysis for suspect groups and heightened review in the equal protection context