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Faculty Scholarship

Hannah Brenner (co-author), "A Summary and Analysis of Warrantless Arrest Statutes for Domestic Violence in the United States," 26 Journal of Interpersonal Violence 2811 (September 2011).

Hannah Brenner & Renee Newman Knake, "Rethinking Gender Equality in the Legal Profession’s Pipeline to Power: A Study on Media Coverage of Supreme Court Nominees," 85 Temple Law Review (forthcoming 2012).


Renee Newman Knake, "Democratizing the Delivery of Legal Services: On the First Amendment Rights of Corporations and Individuals", 73 Ohio State Law Journal (forthcoming 2012).

Renee Newman Knake, "Attorney Advice and the First Amendment," 68 Washington & Lee Law Review 639 (2011).

Hannah Brenner, "Gender and the Judiciary in South Africa: A Review of the Film Courting Justice," Yale Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 6, No. 1, Winter 2011.

Renee Newman Knake, "The Supreme Court’s Increased Attention to the Law of Lawyering: Mere Coincidence or Something More?" 59 American University Law Review 1499 (2010).


Renee Newman Knake, "The Progress of Women in the Legal Profession," 29 Pace Law Review 293 (2009).


Renee Newman Knake, "Resolving Ethical Dilemmas in James Welch’s The Indian Lawyer," 33 American Indian Law Review 13 (2008-09). 



Renee Newman Knake,"Beyond Atticus Finch: Lessons on Ethics and Morality from Lawyers and Judges in Postcolonial Literature," 32 Journal of the Legal Profession 37 (2008).


Renee Newman Knake, "Contemplating Free Speech and Congressional Efforts to Constrain Legal Advice," 37 Rutgers Law Record 12 (2010)


Renee Newman Knake, "Prioritizing Professional Responsibility and the Legal Profession: A Preview of the United States Supreme Court’ s 2009 Term," 5 Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy Sidebar 1 (2009)




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