Clinical Professor Deborah Anker LL.M. ’84 is the author of “Law of Asylum in the United States” (Thomson West), a comprehensive resource for scholars and practitioners, describing and interpreting decisions of U.S. tribunals as well as those of other state parties to the U.N. Refugee Convention.

Professor Einer Elhauge ’86 is author of the e-book “Obamacare On Trial” (Edward Elgar), focused on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act case decided by the Supreme Court in June. Elhauge raises points that were not aired in the courtroom, including the fact that the constitutional framers themselves had approved mandates to buy health insurance.

Part of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute Series on Race and Justice, “Life without Parole: America’s New Death Penalty?” (NYU), edited by Professor Charles Ogletree ’78 and Austin Sarat, investigates the social, cultural, political and legal impacts of life in prison without parole.