School of Law faculty have papers among top downloaded on Social Science Research Network

Two faculty members in the School of Law landed in top 10 categories on the Social Science Research Network website for articles they’ve published.

Michael Scharf, co-dean of the School of Law and the Joseph C. Hostetler – BakerHostetler Professor of Law, was named in the top 10 for downloads in the Public International Law: Foreign Relations & Policy Law eJournal category.

His article is titled “How the War Against ISIS Changed International Law” and is available online.

In addition, Craig Nard, the Galen J. Roush Professor of Law, made several top download categories. In the patent category (2005-2009), he had the eighth most downloaded paper for his article “Rethinking Patent Law’s Uniformity Principle.”

His paper also ranked 17th in the intellectual property category (2205-2009). His paper “Legal Forms and the Common Law of Patents” was ranked 18th for intellectual property (2010-2014) and 12th for patents (2010-2014).