Wednesday, November 14, 2012

          Highlights of Recent Scholarship

          Books in Print

          Articles in Print

          • Professor Leo P. Martinez has published “The Allocation of Costs in Multi-Insurer Cases Spanning Multiple Years: The Deceptively Simple Problem of Defense Costs” in the New Appleman on Insurance: Current Critical Issues in Insurance Law.

          Forthcoming Articles

          Speaking

          • On October 25, Professor Leo Martinez spoke on a panel entitled “Acceptable Activity? Or Alert Your Malpractice Carrier? Navigating the Tripartite Relationship in the Twenty-First Century” at the 2012 Defense Research Institute Annual Meeting: The 21st Century Lawyer in New Orleans.
          • On October 26, Professor Martinez delivered a talk on “How Will Online Education Change Law Schools in the New Legal Environment” at a Symposium on The Law School in the New Legal Environment at Washington University School of Law in St. Louis.

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