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Tulane Law Review Volume 86, Issue 3 February 2012 [Kindle Edition]

Tulane Law Review

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Founded in 1916 as the Southern Law Quarterly, the Tulane Law Review is published six times annually and is a leading legal periodical that is managed and edited by students of the Tulane University Law School. The Review is recognized as a preeminent forum for scholarly publication in the areas of Civil Law, Comparative Law, and Admiralty Law. According to the Washington & Lee law journal database, the Tulane Law Review is the most frequently cited law journal in the areas of maritime and international law by courts and other law journals. The Review is also in the top 7% of general law reviews based on citations by state and federal courts. The Review has a significant international circulation and is on a select list of minimum holdings for courts and law libraries in the United Kingdom.
Issue Three includes:

Articles
• Many-to-Many Contracts, Heidi S. Bond (Lead Article)
• Which the Deader Hand? A Counter to the American Law Institute's Proposed Revival of Dying Perpetuities Rules, Scott Andrew Shepard
• Rethinking the Harmonization of Jurisdictional Rules, Simona Grossi
• Devil Inside the Deal: An Examination of Louisiana Noncompete Agreements in Business Acquisitions, Albert O. "Chip" Saulsbury, IV
Comments
• Comment, The Usufruct Provisions: The Power to Dispose of Nonconsumables Now Expressly Includes Alienation, Lease and Encumbrance; Has the Legislature Fundamentally Altered the Nature of Usufruct? Adam Matasar
• Comment, Louisiana's Mono Lake: The Public Trust Doctrine and Oil Company Liability for Louisiana's Vanishing Wetlands, Samuel Brandao

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  • Publisher: Tulane Law School (March 22, 2012)
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More About the Author

J.S.D., UC Berkeley School of Law
LL.M., UC Berkeley, School of Law
J.D., L.U.I.S.S. University, Rome, Italy

Professor Simona Grossi completed her master's degree (LL.M.) and doctoral program (J.S.D.) at UC Berkeley School of Law, with focus on federal courts and transnational litigation. After seven years in private practice, she worked for Judge Charles Breyer at the USDC for the Northern District of California in 2010. In 2010, Professor Grossi joined Loyola Law School L.A., where she teaches Civil Procedure, California Civil Procedure and Federal Courts.

Professor Grossi was elected in 2011 to the American Law Institute (ALI) . She is also a member of the International Association of Procedural Law (IAPL). Her scholarship focuses on civil procedure, federal courts and transnational litigation.

Recent Scholarship

Federal Question Jurisdiction: The Compass, the Maze and the Trap, forthcoming;

The Inconvenient Truth About Forum Non Conveniens, forthcoming;

Personal Jurisdiction: A Doctrinal Labyrinth With No Exit, forthcoming;

The Purposeful Availment Trap (with Allan Ides), forthcoming;

Federal Courts (with Allan Ides), West Academic Publishing, forthcoming;

Harmonizing Common and Civil Law: Standards of Decision in Comparative Perspective, Cambridge University Press, forthcoming;

Rethinking The Harmonization of Jurisdictional Law, 86 Tul. L. Rev. 623, 2012

A Comparative Analysis Between Italian Civil Proceedings and American Civil Proceedings Before Federal Courts, 20 Ind. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 213

Commentary to the Italian Code of Civil Procedure, Oxford University Press, February 2010;

Transnational Litigation. A Practitioner's Guide. Italy, Oxford University Press, February 2010.

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