Professor Bobby Harges publishes, "Batson Challenges in Criminal Cases: After Snyder v. Louisiana, Is Substantial Deference to the Trial Judge Still Required?," which has been published at 19 B.U. Pub. Int. L.J. 191 (2010). He also co-authored a book entitled, Harges and Jones' Louisiana Evidence 2010 Edition which has recently been published by West Publishing Company.
Professor Harges also gave several talks over a course of four months. On May 18, 2010, Professor Harges spoke at the National Symposium for Minority Professionals in Alternative Dispute Resolution at Capital University Law School in Columbus, Ohio. His topic was, "Statewide Post-Disaster ADR Programs - Ensuring Fairness and Quality for Minority Participants." In June 2010, Professor Harges taught a five-day (40 hours) Family Mediation training course for the Loyola Institute for CLE. On July 13, 2010, he spoke to visiting students from Moscow State University Faculty of Law on the topic, "ADR in the USA." On July 30, 2010, he also gave a talk at the Mississippi Center for Legal Services' 27th Annual CLE seminar in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. The talk was entitled, "Mediation Advocacy - How to Become An Effective Advocate in Mediation." On August 5, 2010, he gave a two hour lecture on "Ethics and Professionalism in Mediation" to the New Orleans law firm, Galloway, Johnson, Tompkins, Burr, & Smith.