Faculty scholarship represents the intellectual life of a law school. To feature our faculty‟s scholarly efforts, the reference staff at Heafey Law Library maintains a database of the published scholarship of full-time faculty and other academic staff currently in residence at Santa Clara Law. This database consists of all publications of faculty through their tenure at Santa Clara. As the law school began to make plans to celebrate its centennial birthday it seemed appropriate for the law library to contribute to the occasion. What more fitting way to mark this historic milestone than to have the library staff create a permanent record of all faculty scholarship by expanding our current bibliography to encompass the scholarly contributions of our faculty from the founding of the law school.
While this bibliography is intended to be comprehensive it is not exhaustive. For both content and format I followed the existing guidelines used in maintaining Santa Clara Law‟s current list of faculty publications which can be found on Santa Clara Law's website, as mentioned above. Included in the bibliography are those works which were published and independently verified. Thus works in progress, forthcoming publications, articles in newspapers of general circulation, or op-ed pieces are not included. As publications are discovered they will be added to the database on Santa Clara Law's website.
I hope that you find this collection of faculty scholarship to be of interest. The almost 2500 entries illustrate the broad scope and changing interests of our faculty who have contributed so much to make Santa Clara Law the institution that it is today.
Mary D. Hood,
Santa Clara Law 1911-2010: Centennial Faculty Bibliography
Available at: http://digitalcommons.law.scu.edu/facpubs/38