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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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Michael D. Gilbert, Conflicts Among Rights: An Economic Approach, 9 Revista de la Facultad de Jurisprudencia (RFJ), 66–78 (2021). view
Joe Fore, Improving Document Design with Better Spacing, 69 Virginia Lawyer 62 (April, 2021). view
Caleb E. Nelson, Vested Rights, “Franchises,” and the Separation of Powers, 169 University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 1429 (2021). view
Kenneth S. Abraham & G. Edward White, Conceptualizing Tort Law: The Continuous (and Continuing) Struggle, 80 Maryland Law Review, 293–342 (2021). view
Keith Carlson et al., A Multinetwork and Machine Learning Examination of Structure and Content in the United States Code, 8 Frontiers in Physics 625241 (2021). view
Douglas Laycock, Supreme Court Says a Claim for Nominal Damages Avoids Mootness – But When Does That Matter?, The ALI Adviser (March 22, 2021). view
Sandra Mayson & Megan T. Stevenson, Virtually No One Is Dangerous Enough to Justify Jail, The Appeal (March 15, 2021). view
David A. Martin, Removing Barriers to Family Unity for Holders of Temporary Protected Status: An Opportunity for Biden Administration, Just Security (March 11, 2021). view
Peter A. Beling et al., Modeling Law Search as Prediction, 29 Artificial Intelligence & Law 3–34 (2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, The <em>Youngstown</em> Canon: Vetoed Bills and the Separation of Powers, 70 Duke Law Journal, 1245–1320 (2021). view
Deirdre M. Enright & Jennifer L. Givens, Virginia Must Bolster Access to Police Investigations, Norfolk Virginian-Pilot 23A (February 28, 2021). view
Lawrence B. Solum, John Rawls at 100, “A Theory of Justice” at 50, Legal Theory Blog (February 21, 2021). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Women’s Status and Pay in the C-Suite: New Study, Forbes (February 19, 2021). view
Michael A. Livermore, Rejecting the Trump Anticanon of Regulatory Mismanagement, The Regulatory Review (February 17, 2021). view
David Fontana & Micah J. Schwartzman, Trump picked the youngest judges to sit on the federal bench. Your move, Biden., Washington Post (February 16, 2021). view
Barry Friedman & Rachel Harmon, What Biden Can Do About Bad Policing, Los Angeles Times (February 15, 2021). view
Naomi R. Cahn, How Women Can Take Control In A Post-Pandemic World, Forbes (February 9, 2021). view
Danielle K. Citron & Hany Farid, The Case for Trump’s Permanent Ban from Social Media, Slate (February 5, 2021). view
Joe Fore, Don&#39;t Be So Negative, 69 Virginia Lawyer 62 (February, 2021). view
Kenneth S. Abraham & Daniel Schwarcz, Courting Disaster: The Underappreciated Risk of a Cyber-Insurance Catastrophe, 27 Connecticut Insurance Law Journal, 407–473 (2021). view
Rachel Harmon, The Law of the Police, Wolters Kluwer (2021). view
Margaret Foster Riley, Can Biden fix the vaccine mess? An expert says yes, The Conversation (January 27, 2021). view
Frederick Schauer & Adrienne Stone, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Freedom of Speech, Oxford University Press (2021). view
Frederick Schauer, What is ‘Speech’? The Question of Coverage, in Frederick Schauer & Adrienne Stone The Oxford Handbook of Freedom of Speech, Oxford University Press, 158–172 (2021). view
Amanda Frost, You Are Not American: Citizenship Stripping From Dred Scott to the Dreamers, Beacon Press (2021). view
Frederick Schauer, Free Speech and Commercial Advertising, in Frederick Schauer & Adrienne Stone The Oxford Handbook of Freedom of Speech, Oxford University Press, 444–454 (2021). view
Thomas B. Nachbar, Ajit Pai and Risk-Taking at the FCC, Truth on the Market (January 25, 2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Cyberattack Attribution as Empowerment and Constraint, Hoover Institution Aegis Paper Series (2021). view
Barbara A. Spellman, In defense of weird hypotheticals, 2 Quaestio Facti: International Journal on Evidential Legal Reasoning 325–327 (2021). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Why Marriage and Divorce Rates are Dropping During the Pandemic, Forbes (January 15, 2021). view
Danielle K. Citron, It’s Time to Kick Trump Off Twitter, Slate (January 6, 2021). view
Charles Barzun, The Tale of Two Harts; A Schlegelian Dialectic, 69 Buffalo Law Review, 9–42 (2021). view
Frederick Schauer, Normative Legal Positivism, in Patricia Mindus & Torben Spaak The Cambridge Companion to Legal Positivism, Cambridge University Press, 61–78 (2021). view
Mauricio Guim & Michael A. Livermore, Where Nature’s Rights Go Wrong, 107 Virginia Law Review, 1347–1419 (2021). view
Naomi R. Cahn & June Carbone, Family Law and Emotion, in Susan A. Bandes et al. Research Handbook on Law and Emotion, Edward Elgar Publishing, 197–214 (2021). view
Nelson Camilo Sánchez León, Roles and Responsibilities of the Private Sector in Transitional Justice Processes in Latin America: The Cases of Colombia, Guatemala, and Argentina, Global Initiative for Justice Truth & Reconciliation (2021). view
Vicki C. Jackson & Mila Versteeg, Constitutions and Constitutionalism, in Jackson, Vicki C. & Versteeg, Mila Comparative Constitutional Law, Routledge, 1–6 (2021). view
Leslie Kendrick, Miami Herald v. Tornillo: Freedom of Speech for Whom?, in M.C. Mirow & Howard M. Wasserman Painting Constitutional Law: Xavier Cortada’s Images of Constitutional Rights, Brill, 78–94 (2021). view
Naomi R. Cahn & Elizabeth S. Scott, The 100-Year Life and the New Family Law (2021). view
Ruth Mason, Special Report on EU State Aid: Part 9—State Aid Enforcement After Amazon, 171 Tax Notes Federal 1395–1402 (2021). view
Payvand Ahdout, Beyond The Notorious: A Tribute To My Justice, 121 Columbia Law Review, 577–581 (2021). view
David S. Law, The Computational Turn in Legal Research, in David S. Law & Malcolm Langford Research Methods in Constitutional Law: A Handbook , Edward Elgar (2021). view
Vicki C. Jackson & Mila Versteeg, Constitution-Making, Methodology, and Interpretation, in Jackson,Vicki C. & Versteeg, Mila Comparative Constitutional Law, Routledge, 1–7 (2021). view
Thomas B. Nachbar, Nuremburg and the Role(s) of Accountability in the Law of Armed Conflict, 229 Military Law Review 237–251 (2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Contemporary Practice of the United States Relating to International Law, 115 American Journal of International Law, (2021). view
Michael D. Gilbert & Mauricio Guim, Active Virtues, 98 Washington University Law Review, 857–909 (2021). view
G. Edward White, "I Am Better at Narrative Than Analytic History": Schlegel&#39;s Version of Intellectual History, 69 Buffalo Law Review, 183–206 (2021). view
Richard L. Hasen & Douglas Laycock, Modern American Remedies: Cases and Materials, 2020 Supplement, Wolters Kluwer (5 ed. 2021). view
Richard C. Schragger, Of Crosses and Confederate Monuments: A Theory of Unconstitutional Government Speech, 63 Arizona Law Review, 45–102 (2021). view
Vicki C. Jackson & Mila Versteeg, Government Structures and Frameworks, in Jackson, Vicki C. & Versteeg, Mila Comparative Constitutional Law, Routledge, 1–8 (2021). view

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Kenneth S. Abraham & G. Edward White, Conceptualizing Tort Law: The Continuous (and Continuing) Struggle, 80 Maryland Law Review, 293–342 (2021). view
Michael D. Gilbert, Conflicts Among Rights: An Economic Approach, 9 Revista de la Facultad de Jurisprudencia (RFJ), 66–78 (2021). view
Joe Fore, Improving Document Design with Better Spacing, 69 Virginia Lawyer 62 (April, 2021). view
Caleb E. Nelson, Vested Rights, “Franchises,” and the Separation of Powers, 169 University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 1429 (2021). view
Keith Carlson et al., A Multinetwork and Machine Learning Examination of Structure and Content in the United States Code, 8 Frontiers in Physics 625241 (2021). view
Douglas Laycock, Supreme Court Says a Claim for Nominal Damages Avoids Mootness – But When Does That Matter?, The ALI Adviser (March 22, 2021). view
Sandra Mayson & Megan T. Stevenson, Virtually No One Is Dangerous Enough to Justify Jail, The Appeal (March 15, 2021). view
David A. Martin, Removing Barriers to Family Unity for Holders of Temporary Protected Status: An Opportunity for Biden Administration, Just Security (March 11, 2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, The <em>Youngstown</em> Canon: Vetoed Bills and the Separation of Powers, 70 Duke Law Journal, 1245–1320 (2021). view
Peter A. Beling et al., Modeling Law Search as Prediction, 29 Artificial Intelligence & Law 3–34 (2021). view
Deirdre M. Enright & Jennifer L. Givens, Virginia Must Bolster Access to Police Investigations, Norfolk Virginian-Pilot 23A (February 28, 2021). view
Lawrence B. Solum, John Rawls at 100, “A Theory of Justice” at 50, Legal Theory Blog (February 21, 2021). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Women’s Status and Pay in the C-Suite: New Study, Forbes (February 19, 2021). view
Michael A. Livermore, Rejecting the Trump Anticanon of Regulatory Mismanagement, The Regulatory Review (February 17, 2021). view
David Fontana & Micah J. Schwartzman, Trump picked the youngest judges to sit on the federal bench. Your move, Biden., Washington Post (February 16, 2021). view
Barry Friedman & Rachel Harmon, What Biden Can Do About Bad Policing, Los Angeles Times (February 15, 2021). view
Naomi R. Cahn, How Women Can Take Control In A Post-Pandemic World, Forbes (February 9, 2021). view
Danielle K. Citron & Hany Farid, The Case for Trump’s Permanent Ban from Social Media, Slate (February 5, 2021). view
Rachel Harmon, The Law of the Police, Wolters Kluwer (2021). view
Kenneth S. Abraham & Daniel Schwarcz, Courting Disaster: The Underappreciated Risk of a Cyber-Insurance Catastrophe, 27 Connecticut Insurance Law Journal, 407–473 (2021). view
Joe Fore, Don&#39;t Be So Negative, 69 Virginia Lawyer 62 (February, 2021). view
Margaret Foster Riley, Can Biden fix the vaccine mess? An expert says yes, The Conversation (January 27, 2021). view
Frederick Schauer & Adrienne Stone, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Freedom of Speech, Oxford University Press (2021). view
Frederick Schauer, What is ‘Speech’? The Question of Coverage, in Frederick Schauer & Adrienne Stone The Oxford Handbook of Freedom of Speech, Oxford University Press, 158–172 (2021). view
Frederick Schauer, Free Speech and Commercial Advertising, in Frederick Schauer & Adrienne Stone The Oxford Handbook of Freedom of Speech, Oxford University Press, 444–454 (2021). view
Amanda Frost, You Are Not American: Citizenship Stripping From Dred Scott to the Dreamers, Beacon Press (2021). view
Thomas B. Nachbar, Ajit Pai and Risk-Taking at the FCC, Truth on the Market (January 25, 2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Cyberattack Attribution as Empowerment and Constraint, Hoover Institution Aegis Paper Series (2021). view
Barbara A. Spellman, In defense of weird hypotheticals, 2 Quaestio Facti: International Journal on Evidential Legal Reasoning 325–327 (2021). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Why Marriage and Divorce Rates are Dropping During the Pandemic, Forbes (January 15, 2021). view
Danielle K. Citron, It’s Time to Kick Trump Off Twitter, Slate (January 6, 2021). view
Vicki C. Jackson & Mila Versteeg, eds., Comparative Constitutional Law, Routledge (2021). view
Steven D. Walt, Sales Law: Domestic and International Cases, Problems, and Materials, Foundation Press (3 ed. 2021). view
Naomi R. Cahn & Elizabeth S. Scott, The 100-Year Life and the New Family Law (2021). view
Michael A. Livermore et al., Law Search in the Age of the Algorithm, 2020 Michigan State Law Review, 1183 (2021). view
Charles Barzun, Clash of the Titans: Hercules v. Dennis Martinez, or Why Dworkin and Fish are Both Wrong (2021). view
Marliese Dalton & Dotan Oliar, Are Men and Women Creating Equal? Contextualizing Copyright and Gender, in Daniel Benoliel Intellectual Property, Innovation, and Global Inequality, Cambridge University Press (2021). view
Charles Barzun, The Common Law and Critical Theory, 92 University of Colorado Law Review, 1221–1236 (2021). view
Kenneth S. Abraham, The Long-Tail Liability Revolution: Creating the New World of Tort and Insurance Law, 6 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law & Public Affairs, 347–412 (2021). view
G. Edward White, "I Am Better at Narrative Than Analytic History": Schlegel&#39;s Version of Intellectual History, 69 Buffalo Law Review, 183–206 (2021). view
Richard C. Schragger, Of Crosses and Confederate Monuments: A Theory of Unconstitutional Government Speech, 63 Arizona Law Review, 45–102 (2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Investigations Continue into Mysterious Illness Affecting U.S. Officials in Havana and Elsewhere, 115 American Journal of International Law, 528–535 (2021). view
Micah J. Schwartzman, Professor Fish - Why Are You Still Picking on Liberalism?, 14 FIU Law Review, 721–729 (2021). view
Julie E. McConnell & Crystal Shin, eds., Juvenile Law and Practice in Virginia, Virginia CLE Publications (6 ed. 2021). view
Charles Barzun, Quentin Skinner v. Charles Taylor: Explanation and Practical Reasoning in History, Philosophy, and Law, 31 Yale Journal of Law and Humanities, 299–315 (2021). view
Darryl K. Brown, Disclosure, Security, Technology: Challenges in Pre-trial Access to Evidence, in Ronald F. Wright, Kay L. Levine, & Russell M. Gold The Oxford Handbook of Prosecutors and Prosecution, Oxford University Press, 101–116 (2021). view
Jonathan Z. Cannon, EPA and the Clean Water Act, in A. James Barnes, John D. Graham, & David M. Konisky Fifty Years at the US Environmental Protection Agency: Progress, Retrenchment, and Opportunities, Rowman and Littlefield, 167–209 (2021). view
Lawrence B. Solum, Disaggregating <em>Chevron</em>, 82 Ohio State Law Journal, 249–300 (2021). view
Crystal Shin, The Children&#39;s Services Act, Petitions for Services, and Other Proceedings, in Julie E. McConnell & Crystal Shin Juvenile Law and Practice in Virginia, Virginia CLE Publications, 985–1037 (6 ed. 2021). view
Ryan Calo & Danielle K. Citron, The Automated Administrative State: A Crisis of Legitimacy, 70 Emory Law Journal, 797–846 (2021). view

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