Wednesday, December 6, 2006
It's changeover week at SSRN, and we have four new entrants to the top ten this week, including Michael Hatfield (Texas Tech), whose article we highlighted yesterday, and David Schizer (Columbia,
right), whose article addresses the imbalance between government and private tax counsel we noted here a couple months ago.
Here are the papers with the most downloads in the Legal Ethics & Professional Responsibility Journal, as reported by SSRN for the last sixty days.
1 Law and the Humanities: An Uneasy Relationship, Jack M. Balkin, Sanford Levinson, Yale University - Law School, University of Texas Law School
2 The Paradox of Extra-Legal Activism: Critical Legal Consciousness and Transformative Politics, Orly Lobel, University of San Diego School of Law.
3 Options Backdating, Tax Shelters, and Corporate Culture Victor Fleischer, University of Colorado at Boulder - School of Law
4 Harry Potter, Ruby Slippers and Merlin: Telling the Client's Story Using the Paradigm of the Archetypal Hero's Journey, Ruth Anne Robbins, Rutgers School of Law - Camden.
5 To Make or to Buy: In-House Lawyering and Value Creation, Steven L. Schwarcz, Duke University School of Law
6 Scholarship Advice for New Law Professors in the Electronic Age, Nancy Levit, UMKC School of Law
7 The Strict Character of Fiduciary Liability Robert Flannigan, University of Saskatchewan
8 Enlisting the Tax Bar David Schizer, Columbia Law School
9 Fear, Legal Indeterminacy and the American Lawyering Culture Michael Hatfield, Texas Tech University School of Law
10 The Promise of Compelled Whistleblowing: What the Corporate Governance Provisions of Sarbanes Oxley Mean for Employment Law Elizabeth Chika Tippett, Harvard University - Harvard Law School