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Managed by the UVA Law Library, the scholarship repository houses research and publications from current and past faculty.

 

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Latia Ward, A Librarian’s Experience Teaching Critical Information Literacy, 41 Legal Reference Services Quarterly 1-16 (2022). view
Alvin E. Roth et al., Criminal, Legal, and Ethical Kidney Donation and Transplantation: A Conceptual Framework to Enable Innovation, 35 Transplant International 22-24 (2022). view
Elizabeth A. Rowe & Sharon K. Sandeen, Selected Intellectual Property, Internet, and Information Law, Statutes, Regulations, and Treaties, West Academic (2022 ed. 2022). view
Dahlia Lithwick & Micah J. Schwartzman, Is the Religious Liberty Tent Big Enough to Include the Religious Commitments of Jews?, Slate.com (June 22, 2022). view
Lawrence A. Cunningham et al., Proposal on Climate-Related Disclosures for Investors [File No. S7-10-22], U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (2022). view
Thomas Frampton, The Dangerous Few: Taking Seriously Prison Abolition and Its Skeptics, 135 Harvard Law Review 2013-2052 (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn, What Triggers the ‘Trigger Laws’ That Could Ban Abortions?, The Conversation (June 7, 2022). view
Charles Barzun, Judging Progress: Roe, Casey and the idea of social change, The Point (June 3, 2022). view
Danielle K. Citron, Privacy Injunctions, 71 Emory Law Journal 955-983 (2022). view
Rachel Bayefsky, Administrative Stays: Power and Procedure, 97 Notre Dame Law Review 1941-1984 (2022). view
John C. Harrison, Federal Judicial Power and Federal Equity Without Federal Equity Powers, 97 Notre Dame Law Review 1911-1940 (2022). view
Latia Ward, Accessing Justice, 53 American Libraries Magazine 56 (2022). view
Richard J. Bonnie et al., An Expedited Regulatory Strategy For Expanding Access To Methadone Treatment For Opioid Use Disorder, Health Affairs (2022). view
Ashley S. Deeks, Coding the Law of Armed Conflict: First Steps, in Matthew C. Waxman & Thomas W. Oakley The Future Law of Armed Conflict, Oxford University Press, 41-60 (2022). view
Julia D. Mahoney & Ilya Somin, U.S. Federal Circuit Amici Curiae Brief in Jenkins v. US, No. 22-01378, (2022). view
Cathy Hwang, Collaborative Intent, 108 Virginia Law Review 657-708 (2022). view
Sandra G. Mayson & Megan T. Stevenson, Pretrial Detention and the Value of Liberty, 108 Virginia Law Review 709-782 (2022). view
George M. Cohen, Regulating Representatives in Agency Adjudicative Proceedings, The Regulatory Review (May 17, 2022). view
Paul B. Stephan, Response to Philip Zelikow: Confiscating Russian Assets and the Law, Lawfare (May 13, 2022). view
Adam Chilton & Mila Versteeg, Small-c Constitutional Rights, moac004 International Journal of Constitutional Law (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn & Sonia Suter, More Than Abortion Rides on SCOTUS in Dobbs, Bloomberg Law (May 10, 2022). view
Jason S. Johnston, Renewable Power and the Reliability and Cost of Electricity, Virginia Public Law and Legal Theory Research Paper (2022). view
David S. Law, Isolation Versus Globalization: The Dawn of Legal Education in Bhutan, in Bryant Garth & Gregory Shaffer The Globalization of Legal Education, Oxford University Press (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn & Sonia Suter, The consequences of the leaked draft opinion go far beyond abortion rights, The Hill (May 5, 2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn & Sonia Suter, Fertility treatment use is on the rise – new legislation could increase protections for donors and families in an industry shrouded in secrecy, The Conversation (May 3, 2022). view
Paul B. Stephan, No, Biden can’t just sell off seized Russian yachts and central bank assets to help aid Ukraine – international law and the US Constitution forbid it, The Conversation (May 3, 2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Single, Female And Looking For Business Success: New Research, Forbes (May 2, 2022). view
Bertrall Ross & Douglas Spencer, Voter Data, Democratic Inequality, and the Risk of Political Violence, 107 Cornell Law Review 1011 (2022). view
Andrew Hayashi, The Law and Economics of Animus, 89 University of Chicago Law Review 581-648 (2022). view
Rachel Bayefsky, Court rules against plaintiff seeking emotional distress damages for discrimination, SCOTUSblog (April 28, 2022). view
Richard M. Re, Here’s a way for Justice Jackson to reform the Supreme Court on her first day, Boston Globe (April 28, 2022). view
Paul B. Stephan, Giving Russian Assets to Ukraine—Freezing Is Not Seizing, Lawfare (April 26, 2022). view
Cathy Hwang & Matthew Jennejohn, Contractual Depth, 106 Minnesota Law Review 1267-1322 (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn & Sonia Suter, Generations later, the rights of donor-conceived people are becoming law, The Hill (April 23, 2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, The Biden Administration Cracks Down on Ransomware, 116 American Journal of International Law 445-451 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, United States Makes Efforts to Curb Misuse of Surveillance Technology, 116 American Journal of International Law 426-432 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, United States Pressures China Over Human Rights Abuses, 116 American Journal of International Law 433-438 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, United States Reelected to UN Human Rights Council, 116 American Journal of International Law 422-426 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, United States Revokes Terrorist Designation Imposed on the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), While Designating Splinter Groups, 116 American Journal of International Law 417-422 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, United States Supports International Efforts to End Conflict in Northern Ethiopia, 116 American Journal of International Law 438-445 (2022). view
Max Crema & Lawrence B. Solum, The Original Meaning of “Due Process of Law” in the Fifth Amendment, 108 Virginia Law Review 447-435 (2022). view
Paul B. Stephan, Proving Causation in Clinical Research Negligence, 108 Virginia Law Review 535-579 (2022). view
Julia D. Mahoney, Title IX and the Future of Education: Reform or Overhaul?, Law and Liberty (April 20, 2022). view
Thomas B. Nachbar, The U.S. Can Prosecute Russian Leaders for War Crimes, Lawfare (April 19, 2022). view
Frederick Schauer, The Proof: Uses of Evidence in Law, Politics, and Everything Else, Belknap Press of Harvard University Press (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn & Anne M. Coughlin, Texas is trampling parents’ rights in its investigations of trans kids, Washington Post (April 8, 2022). view
Richard C. Schragger & Micah J. Schwartzman, What Common Good? (reviewing Adrian Vermeule, Common Good Constitutionalism) The American Prospect (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Friction, Framing & U.S. Cybersecurity-Related Actions Against Russia, Just Security (April 7, 2022). view
Kenneth S. Abraham, The Forms and Functions of Tort Law, Foundation Press (6 ed. 2022). view
Julia D. Mahoney et al., Letter: Free speech is a fundamental U.Va. value, Cavalier Daily (April 5, 2022). view

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Elizabeth A. Rowe & Sharon K. Sandeen, Selected Intellectual Property, Internet, and Information Law, Statutes, Regulations, and Treaties, West Academic (2022 ed. 2022). view
Alvin E. Roth et al., Criminal, Legal, and Ethical Kidney Donation and Transplantation: A Conceptual Framework to Enable Innovation, 35 Transplant International 22-24 (2022). view
Latia Ward, A Librarian’s Experience Teaching Critical Information Literacy, 41 Legal Reference Services Quarterly 1-16 (2022). view
Dahlia Lithwick & Micah J. Schwartzman, Is the Religious Liberty Tent Big Enough to Include the Religious Commitments of Jews?, Slate.com (June 22, 2022). view
Lawrence A. Cunningham et al., Proposal on Climate-Related Disclosures for Investors [File No. S7-10-22], U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (2022). view
Thomas Frampton, The Dangerous Few: Taking Seriously Prison Abolition and Its Skeptics, 135 Harvard Law Review 2013-2052 (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn, What Triggers the ‘Trigger Laws’ That Could Ban Abortions?, The Conversation (June 7, 2022). view
Charles Barzun, Judging Progress: Roe, Casey and the idea of social change, The Point (June 3, 2022). view
Latia Ward, Accessing Justice, 53 American Libraries Magazine 56 (2022). view
Danielle K. Citron, Privacy Injunctions, 71 Emory Law Journal 955-983 (2022). view
Rachel Bayefsky, Administrative Stays: Power and Procedure, 97 Notre Dame Law Review 1941-1984 (2022). view
John C. Harrison, Federal Judicial Power and Federal Equity Without Federal Equity Powers, 97 Notre Dame Law Review 1911-1940 (2022). view
Julia D. Mahoney & Ilya Somin, U.S. Federal Circuit Amici Curiae Brief in Jenkins v. US, No. 22-01378, (2022). view
Ashley S. Deeks, Coding the Law of Armed Conflict: First Steps, in Matthew C. Waxman & Thomas W. Oakley The Future Law of Armed Conflict, Oxford University Press, 41-60 (2022). view
Richard J. Bonnie et al., An Expedited Regulatory Strategy For Expanding Access To Methadone Treatment For Opioid Use Disorder, Health Affairs (2022). view
Sandra G. Mayson & Megan T. Stevenson, Pretrial Detention and the Value of Liberty, 108 Virginia Law Review 709-782 (2022). view
Cathy Hwang, Collaborative Intent, 108 Virginia Law Review 657-708 (2022). view
George M. Cohen, Regulating Representatives in Agency Adjudicative Proceedings, The Regulatory Review (May 17, 2022). view
Paul B. Stephan, Response to Philip Zelikow: Confiscating Russian Assets and the Law, Lawfare (May 13, 2022). view
Adam Chilton & Mila Versteeg, Small-c Constitutional Rights, moac004 International Journal of Constitutional Law (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn & Sonia Suter, More Than Abortion Rides on SCOTUS in Dobbs, Bloomberg Law (May 10, 2022). view
David S. Law, Isolation Versus Globalization: The Dawn of Legal Education in Bhutan, in Bryant Garth & Gregory Shaffer The Globalization of Legal Education, Oxford University Press (2022). view
Jason S. Johnston, Renewable Power and the Reliability and Cost of Electricity, Virginia Public Law and Legal Theory Research Paper (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn & Sonia Suter, The consequences of the leaked draft opinion go far beyond abortion rights, The Hill (May 5, 2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn & Sonia Suter, Fertility treatment use is on the rise – new legislation could increase protections for donors and families in an industry shrouded in secrecy, The Conversation (May 3, 2022). view
Paul B. Stephan, No, Biden can’t just sell off seized Russian yachts and central bank assets to help aid Ukraine – international law and the US Constitution forbid it, The Conversation (May 3, 2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Single, Female And Looking For Business Success: New Research, Forbes (May 2, 2022). view
Andrew Hayashi, The Law and Economics of Animus, 89 University of Chicago Law Review 581-648 (2022). view
Bertrall Ross & Douglas Spencer, Voter Data, Democratic Inequality, and the Risk of Political Violence, 107 Cornell Law Review 1011 (2022). view
Richard M. Re, Here’s a way for Justice Jackson to reform the Supreme Court on her first day, Boston Globe (April 28, 2022). view
Rachel Bayefsky, Court rules against plaintiff seeking emotional distress damages for discrimination, SCOTUSblog (April 28, 2022). view
Paul B. Stephan, Giving Russian Assets to Ukraine—Freezing Is Not Seizing, Lawfare (April 26, 2022). view
Cathy Hwang & Matthew Jennejohn, Contractual Depth, 106 Minnesota Law Review 1267-1322 (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn & Sonia Suter, Generations later, the rights of donor-conceived people are becoming law, The Hill (April 23, 2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, United States Pressures China Over Human Rights Abuses, 116 American Journal of International Law 433-438 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, United States Reelected to UN Human Rights Council, 116 American Journal of International Law 422-426 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, United States Revokes Terrorist Designation Imposed on the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), While Designating Splinter Groups, 116 American Journal of International Law 417-422 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, United States Supports International Efforts to End Conflict in Northern Ethiopia, 116 American Journal of International Law 438-445 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, The Biden Administration Cracks Down on Ransomware, 116 American Journal of International Law 445-451 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, United States Makes Efforts to Curb Misuse of Surveillance Technology, 116 American Journal of International Law 426-432 (2022). view
Max Crema & Lawrence B. Solum, The Original Meaning of “Due Process of Law” in the Fifth Amendment, 108 Virginia Law Review 447-435 (2022). view
Paul B. Stephan, Proving Causation in Clinical Research Negligence, 108 Virginia Law Review 535-579 (2022). view
Julia D. Mahoney, Title IX and the Future of Education: Reform or Overhaul?, Law and Liberty (April 20, 2022). view
Thomas B. Nachbar, The U.S. Can Prosecute Russian Leaders for War Crimes, Lawfare (April 19, 2022). view
Frederick Schauer, The Proof: Uses of Evidence in Law, Politics, and Everything Else, Belknap Press of Harvard University Press (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn & Anne M. Coughlin, Texas is trampling parents’ rights in its investigations of trans kids, Washington Post (April 8, 2022). view
Richard C. Schragger & Micah J. Schwartzman, What Common Good? (reviewing Adrian Vermeule, Common Good Constitutionalism) The American Prospect (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Friction, Framing & U.S. Cybersecurity-Related Actions Against Russia, Just Security (April 7, 2022). view
Kenneth S. Abraham, The Forms and Functions of Tort Law, Foundation Press (6 ed. 2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Six New Insights Into Enjoying Your Work—And Your Life, Forbes (April 5, 2022). view

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