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Editor: Myanna Dellinger
University of South Dakota School of Law

Monday, September 19, 2011

Introducing Our New Blogger, Nancy Kim

Kim We are ever so pleased to introduce Nancy Kim, an experienced blogger who will now be a contributing editor to the ContractsProf Blog.  Nancy is a Professor of Law at California Western School of Law in San Diego and also a Visiting Professor at the University of California, San Diego's Rady School of Management.  She joined the California Western faculty in 2004 after working as a corporate associate in a couple of law firms and as Vice President of Business and Legal Affairs of a multinational software and services company.

Nancy has a long list of publications, which are listed on her law school home page linked above, but here's what she's been up to lately:

  • Contract's Adaptation and the Online Bargain, 79 U. CIN. L. REV. 1327 (2011)
  • Expanding the Scope of the Principles of the Law of Software Contracts to Include Digital Content, 84 TULANE L. REV. 1595 (2010) 
  • Reasonable Expectations in Socio-Cultural Context, 45 WAKE FOREST L. REV. 641 (2010)
  • Arbitration's Summer Soldiers Marching into Fall:  Another Look at Eisenberg, Miller and Sherwin's Empirical Study of Arbitration Clauses in Consumer and Non-Consumer Contracts (w/ Chii-Dean Lin), 34 VT. L. REV. 597 (2010)(symposium)
  • Website Proprietorship and Online Harassment, 2009 UTAH L. REV. 993
  • Bargaining Power and Background Law, 12 VAND. J. ENT. & TECH. L. 93 (2009)
  • Imposing Tort Liability on Websites for Cyber Harassment, 118 YALE L. J. POCKET PART 115 (2008) 

We are especially excited to have her join the blog because of her book manuscript (in progress), Wrap Contracts: Mass Consumer Contracts in an Information Society, which is under contract with Oxford University Press. 


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