Pauline Kim - Publications

For additional publications, please see the current CV.  [view] 

Books

  • Work Law: Cases and Materials (with M. Crain & M. Selmi), Matthew Bender/LexisNexis Group (2d ed., 2010)
  • Work Law: Teacher’s Manual (with M. Crain & M. Selmi), Matthew Bender/LexisNexis Group (2d ed., 2010)

Recent Articles

  • "The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Structural Reform of the American Workplace" (forthcoming in Washington University Law Review, 2014) (with Margo Schlanger)
  • "A Holistic Approach to Teaching Work Law" (forthcoming in symposium issue, St. Louis University Law Journal, 2013) (with Marion Crain)
  • “Electronic Privacy and Employee Speech,” Chicago-Kent Law Review, Vol. 87, pp. 901-32 (2012) (The Piper Lecture)
  • “A Dynamic Model of Doctrinal Choice,” Journal of Legal Analysis (2012) (with Scott Baker)
  • “Beyond Principal-Agent Theories: Law and The Judicial Hierarchy,” Northwestern University Law Review, Vol. 105, pp. 535-75 (2011)
  • “Regulating the Use of Genetic Information: Perspectives from the U.S. Experience,” Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, Vol. 31, pp. 693-703 (2010)
  • “Collective and Individual Approaches to Protecting Employee Privacy: The Experience with Workplace Drug Testing,” in Workplace Privacy, eds. Samuel Estreicher & Jonathan Nash (2010) (reprinted from Louisiana Law Review, Vol. 66, No. 4, pp. 1009-34 (2006))
  • “Reply: Exploring Panel Effects,” 158 University of Pennsylvania Law Review PENNumbra 269 (2010) [SSRN]
  • “Deliberation and Strategy on the United States Courts of Appeals,” 15 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1319 (2009) [SSRN]  
  • “How Should We Study District Judge Decision-Making?” (with M. Schlanger, C. Boyd, & A.D. Martin), 29 Washington University Journal of Law & Policy 83 (2009) [SSRN]  
  • “Working Group on Chapter 4 of the Proposed Restatement of Employment Law: The Tort of Wrongful Discharge in Violation of Public Policy” (Section II, with C. Fisk), 13 Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal 159 (2009) [SSRN  
  • “Lower Court Discretion,” 82 NYU Law Review 383 (2007[SSRN]

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