Senior Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
Research Professor, Political Science Department
- Francis, J & Francis, L. “Privacy, Confidentiality, and Justice: Using Large-Scale Sets of Health Data to Improve Public Health,” Journal of Social Philosophy 45(3): 408-431.
- Trafficking in Human Beings: Partial Compliance Theory, Enforcement Failure, and Obligations to Victims. In Poverty, Agency and Human Rights, ed. Diana Meyers. (Oxford University Press, 2014).
- Francis, Leslie P. & Francis, John G. “Informatics and Public Health Surveillance,” (13,429 words, in press in Bioinformatics Law: Legal Issues for Computational Biology in the Post-Genome Era, ed. Jorge Contreras & James Cuticcia (American Bar Association, 2013).
- Francis, Leslie P. & Francis, John G. 2013. “Data Citizenship & Informed Consent,” American Journal of Bioethics (peer commentary, 1500 words).
- Francis, L & Francis J. 2013. “HIV Treatment as Prevention: Not an Argument for Continuing Criminalization of HIV Transmission,” International Journal of Law in Context 9(4): 520-534.
- Francis, L & Francis, J. 2011. Criminalizing Health-Related Behaviors Dangerous to Others? Disease Transmission, Transmission-Facilitation, and the Importance of Trust, Journal of Criminal Law and Philosophy, (DOI) 10.1007/s11572-011-9136-7.
- Francis, J Reforming Undergraduate Professional Education, University News (India), December 12-18, 2011.
- 2010 Francis, L. & Francis, J. “Group Compromise: Perfect Cases Make Problematic Generalizations,” American Journal of Bioethics 10(9): 25-26.
- 2010 Francis, L. & Francis, J. “Stateless crimes, legitimacy, and international criminal law: the case of organ trafficking.” Criminal Law and Philosophy, epub ahead of print DOI: 10.1007/s11572-010-9100-y.
- 2009 Francis, L. & Francis J. “Partial Compliance Theory and the International Criminal Court,” in Larry May and Zachary Hoskins, eds., Philosophy and International Criminal Law. New York: Cambridge University Press.
- 2009 Francis, J. & Francis, L. “Rights Variation within a Federalist System: The Importance of Mobility,” Political Research Quarterly, epub ahead of print, doi:10.1177/1065912909340893.