DU Law - Publications

The Persistence of Bankruptcy Stigma, 26 American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review ___ (2018).

Corporate Compliance and Criminality: Does the Common Law Promote Culpable Blindness?, co-authored with Andrew Brandes, 50 Connecticut Law Review (forthcoming 2018).

Law of Property Rights Protection: Limitations on Governmental Powers, Aspen Law and Business (2000) (Annual Supplements 2000-2018).

Contesting Police Credibility, __ Wash. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2018).

Why Courts Fail to Protect Privacy: Race, Age, Bias and Technology, forthcoming 106 California Law Review __ (2018) (co-authored with Ian Farrell, Catherine Durso and Christopher Robertson).

The New Axis of Evil: Religious Extremism & Fascism in 21st Century America ( Forthcoming 2018).

More Than Cake : When the "Right to Public Invocation of Religious Expression Tramples Human and Equality Rights of the LGBTQI Community ( Forthcoming 2018).

Lost Profits in a Multicomponent World, forthcoming 59 Boston College Law Review __ (2018).

Debt Stigma and Socioeconomic Class, 41 Seattle University Law Review ___ (2018).

Corporate Masters & Low-Wage Servants: The Social Control of Workers in Poverty, Washington and Lee Civil Rights and Social Justice Journal, forthcoming.

Political Insider Trading, 85 Fordham Law Review 2717 (2017).

Faithful Unions, 69 HASTINGS L.J. ___ (forthcoming 2017).

NIMBY to NOPE - or YESS?, co-authored with Thomas A. Witt, 38 Cardozo L. Rev. 1453 (2017).

The Common Law of Liable Party CERCLA Claims, co-authored with Dale Ratliff, Stanford Law Review (forthcoming).

The New Public Accommodations: Race Discrimination in the Platform Economy, co-authored with Aaron Belzer, 105 GEORGETOWN LAW JOURNAL 1271 (2017).

Testing the White Hat Effect in Patent Litigation, co-authored with Roderick O’Dorisio, forthcoming 27 Federal Circuit Bar Journal __ (2017).

Positive Disruption: Addressing Race in a Time of Social Change Through a Team-Taught, Reflection-Based, Outward-Looking Law School Seminar, co-authored with Alexi Freeman, Univ. of Penn. Journal of Law and Social Change (forthcoming 2017).

Chapter 19. Distributed Renewable Energy, Draft chapter from Michael B. Gerrard and John Dernbach, eds., LEGAL PATHWAYS TO DEEP DECARBONIZATION IN THE UNITED STATES (forthcoming from Environmental Law Institute) DO NOT CITE WITHOUT PERMISSION FROM THE AUTHOR: kkduvivier@law.du.edu.

Diversity, Hierarchy, and Fit in Legal Careers: Insights from Fifteen Years of Qualitative Interviews, co-authored with Bryant Garth, Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics, Forthcoming.

From Symposium to Action: Five Ways for Law Schools to Bridge the Gap Between Students and Marginalized Communities, 94 Denver L. Rev. (forthcoming May 2017).

Free Speech Beyond Words, co-authored with Mark Tushnet and Joseph Blocher (New York University Press) (2017).

Positive Disruption: Addressing Race in a Time of Social Change Through a Team-Taught, Reflection-Based, Outward-Looking Law School Seminar, co-authored with Lindsey Webb, Univ. of Penn. Journal of Law and Social Change (forthcoming 2017).

Energy Law Basics, Carolina Academic Press (2017).

Pathologising Women, Excusing Men: The Use of Junk Science in Criminal and Family Law Cases, ____Alb. L.Rev_____ ( Forthcoming 2017).

The Procedural Exceptionalism of National Security Secrecy, 97 Boston University Law Review 103 (2017).

Time is Money: An Empirical Assessment of Non-Economic Damages Arguments, 95 Washington University Law Review 1 (2017) (co-authored with John Campbell and Christopher Robertson).

The Truth Hurts: A Response to George Brauchler and Rich Orman, co-authored with Justin Marceau, 94 Denver University Law Review 363 (2017).

First-Person FOIA, 127 Yale Law Journal – (forthcoming 2018).

The Truth Hurts: A Response to George Brauchler and Rich Orman, co-authored with Sam Kamin, 94 Denver University Law Review 363 (2017).

Time Is Money: An Empirical Assessment of Non-Economic Damages Arguments,, 95 Washington University Law Review 1 (2017).

Why Environmental Policies Fail, Cambridge Univ. Press (2017).

Abolishing Immigration Prisons, 97 Boston University Law Review, 245 (2017).

Countering the Plaintiff’s Anchor: Jury Simulations to Evaluate Damages Arguments, 101 Iowa Law Review 543 (2016) (co-authored with John Campbell, Christopher Robertson and David Yokum).

Wind Power Growing Pains, 21 NEXUS J. of L. & Pol’y 1 (2016).

Can We Talk? Bias, Diversity, and Inclusiveness in the Colorado Legal Community, Part I, Ronald M. Sandgrund, Esq., 45 The Colorado Lawyer 45 (Jan. 2016).

Countering the Plaintiff’s Anchor: Jury Simulations to Evaluate Damages Arguments, co-authored with Bernard Chao, Christopher Robertson and David Yokum, 101 Iowa Law Review 543 (2016).

Colorado Civil Rules Annotated, with Author's Commentary. Fourth Edition; Volumes 4 & 5 Colorado Practice Series (with Stephen Hess), with Pocket Supplements to 2016-17.

An Early Look at Mayo's Impact on Personalized Medicine, 2016 Patently -O-Patent Law Journal 10 (co-authored with Amy Mapes).

Securing Access to National Security Information, 67 Administrative Law Review Accord 78 (2016) (invited review).

Can We Talk? Bias, Diversity, and Inclusiveness in the Colorado Legal Community, Part II, Ronald M. Sandgrund, Esq., 45 The Colorado Lawyer 49 (Feb. 2016).

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