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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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Faculty Scholarship

George Rutherglen, The Contentious Past and the Uncertain Future of Employment Discrimination Law (2023). view
Paul B. Stephan, Early Soviet Contributions to the Development of International Investment Law, Routledge (2023). view
Kristen Eichensehr & Cathy Hwang, National Security Creep in Corporate Transactions, Columbia Law Review (2023). view
Kimberly J. Robinson, Education and the 100-Year Life: The Linchpin for Enjoyment, in Anne Alstott and Abbe Gluck Law and the Hundred-Year Life (2023). view
Thomas B. Nachbar, Qualitative Market Definition, Virginia Law Review (2023). view
Kenneth S. Abraham & Daniel Schwarcz, The Limits of Regulation by Insurance, Indiana Law Journal (2023). view
Frederick Schauer & Barbara A. Spellman, Precedent and Similarity, in T. Endicott, H. Kristjansson & S. Lewis Philosophical Foundations of Precedent, Oxford University Press (2023). view
Richard M. Re, Permissive Interpretation, University of Pennsylvania Law Review (2023). view
Josh Bowers, The Skeptical Unicorn (2023). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Clare Huntington & Elizabeth S. Scott, Family Law for the One-Hundred-Year Life, Yale Law Journal (2023). view
Michael S. Knoll & Ruth Mason, Bibb Balancing, George Washington Law Review (2023). view
Michael G. Collins, Jonathan Remy Nash & Ann Woolhandler, Bad Faith Prosecution, Virginia Law Review (2023). view
Paul B. Stephan, Applying Municipal Law in International Disputes, Académie de Droit International de la Haye / Hague Academy of International Law (2023). view
Carlos M. Brown & Risa Goluboff, Continuity and Change at UVA Law, 70 Virginia Lawyer 33 (2022). view
Steven J. Balla et al., Responding to Mass, Computer-Generated, and Malattributed Comments, 74 Administrative Law Review 95-160 (2022). view
Danielle K. Citron, The Fight for Privacy: Protecting Dignity, Identity, and Love in the Digital Age, W.W. Norton (2022). view
Robert Cooter & Michael D. Gilbert, Public Law and Economics, Oxford University Press (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn, In states where abortion is banned, children and families already face an uphill battle, The Conversation (September 15, 2022). view
Danielle K. Citron & Alison Gocke, Nancy Pelosi Is Blocking Landmark Data Privacy Legislation—for a Good Reason, Slate (September 9, 2022). view
David S. Law, Post-Liberal Constitutionalism and the Right to Effective Government, in Vicki Jackson & Yasmin Dawood Constitutionalism and a Right to Effective Government, Cambridge University Press (2022). view
Julia D. Mahoney, A Common Good Constitutionalist Feminism?, Law and Liberty (August 24, 2022). view
Richard M. Re, Judges Are Now Using Their Retirements as Leverage Against the President, Slate (August 18, 2022). view
Lee Epstein & G. Mitu Gulati, How pro-business is the Roberts Court?, Financial Times (FT.com) (August 9, 2022). view
Ann Woolhandler, State Separation of Powers and the Federal Courts, (2022). view
Lee Epstein & G. Mitu Gulati, A Century of Business in the Supreme Court, 1920-2020 (2022). view
Danielle K. Citron, How To Fix Section 230, Boston University Law Review (2022). view
Ashley S. Deeks, Coding the Law of Armed Conflict: First Steps, Articles of War (2022). view
Danielle K. Citron, Abortion Bans Are Going to Make Stalkerware Even More Dangerous, Slate (July 5, 2022). view
Bertrall Ross, Big 10: Constitutional law experts on what’s next for Supreme Court, The News-Gazette (July 3, 2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, The United States and Allies Provide Military and Intelligence Support to Ukraine, 116 American Journal of International Law 646-652 (2022). view
Charles Barzun, Dobbs and the Relevance of Experience, Balkinization (July 1, 2022). view
Richard M. Re, The Peril and Promise of SCOTUS Resignations, 107 Iowa Law Review Online 117-135 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Russia Invades Ukraine, 116 American Journal of International Law 593-604 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Russian Invasion of Ukraine Draws Widespread—but Not Universal—Condemnation, 116 American Journal of International Law 605-614 (2022). view
Kimberly D. Krawiec, Markets, repugnance, and externalities, Journal of Institutional Economics 1-12 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, United States and Allies Target Russia and Belarus with Sanctions and Other Economic Measures, 116 American Journal of International Law 614-631 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, International Institutions Mobilize to Impose Accountability on Russia and Individual Perpetrators of War Crimes and Other Abuses, 116 American Journal of International Law 631-642 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, United States and Allies Provide Humanitarian Aid to Ukraine and Its Citizens, 116 American Journal of International Law 642-646 (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Let Kids Be Kids (reviewing Kristin Henning, The Rage of Innocence: How America Criminalizes Black Youth) JOTWELL (2022). view
Amanda Frost, The Rise of Reparative Citizenship, Citizenship Studies 1-6 (2022). view
Danielle K. Citron, The End of Roe Means We Need a New Civil Right to Privacy, Slate (June 27, 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
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
G. Mitu Gulati, Confiscating Russian Assets (Now?), Credit Slips (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

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George Rutherglen, The Contentious Past and the Uncertain Future of Employment Discrimination Law (2023). view
Paul B. Stephan, Applying Municipal Law in International Disputes, Académie de Droit International de la Haye / Hague Academy of International Law (2023). view
Paul B. Stephan, Early Soviet Contributions to the Development of International Investment Law, Routledge (2023). view
Kristen Eichensehr & Cathy Hwang, National Security Creep in Corporate Transactions, Columbia Law Review (2023). view
Michael G. Collins, Jonathan Remy Nash & Ann Woolhandler, Bad Faith Prosecution, Virginia Law Review (2023). view
Richard M. Re, Permissive Interpretation, University of Pennsylvania Law Review (2023). view
Kimberly J. Robinson, Education and the 100-Year Life: The Linchpin for Enjoyment, in Anne Alstott and Abbe Gluck Law and the Hundred-Year Life (2023). view
Thomas B. Nachbar, Qualitative Market Definition, Virginia Law Review (2023). view
Kenneth S. Abraham & Daniel Schwarcz, The Limits of Regulation by Insurance, Indiana Law Journal (2023). view
Michael S. Knoll & Ruth Mason, Bibb Balancing, George Washington Law Review (2023). view
Frederick Schauer & Barbara A. Spellman, Precedent and Similarity, in T. Endicott, H. Kristjansson & S. Lewis Philosophical Foundations of Precedent, Oxford University Press (2023). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Clare Huntington & Elizabeth S. Scott, Family Law for the One-Hundred-Year Life, Yale Law Journal (2023). view
Josh Bowers, The Skeptical Unicorn (2023). view
Carlos M. Brown & Risa Goluboff, Continuity and Change at UVA Law, 70 Virginia Lawyer 33 (2022). view
Steven J. Balla et al., Responding to Mass, Computer-Generated, and Malattributed Comments, 74 Administrative Law Review 95-160 (2022). view
Danielle K. Citron, The Fight for Privacy: Protecting Dignity, Identity, and Love in the Digital Age, W.W. Norton (2022). view
Robert Cooter & Michael D. Gilbert, Public Law and Economics, Oxford University Press (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn, In states where abortion is banned, children and families already face an uphill battle, The Conversation (September 15, 2022). view
Danielle K. Citron & Alison Gocke, Nancy Pelosi Is Blocking Landmark Data Privacy Legislation—for a Good Reason, Slate (September 9, 2022). view
David S. Law, Post-Liberal Constitutionalism and the Right to Effective Government, in Vicki Jackson & Yasmin Dawood Constitutionalism and a Right to Effective Government, Cambridge University Press (2022). view
Julia D. Mahoney, A Common Good Constitutionalist Feminism?, Law and Liberty (August 24, 2022). view
Richard M. Re, Judges Are Now Using Their Retirements as Leverage Against the President, Slate (August 18, 2022). view
Lee Epstein & G. Mitu Gulati, How pro-business is the Roberts Court?, Financial Times (FT.com) (August 9, 2022). view
Ann Woolhandler, State Separation of Powers and the Federal Courts, (2022). view
Lee Epstein & G. Mitu Gulati, A Century of Business in the Supreme Court, 1920-2020 (2022). view
Danielle K. Citron, How To Fix Section 230, Boston University Law Review (2022). view
Ashley S. Deeks, Coding the Law of Armed Conflict: First Steps, Articles of War (2022). view
Danielle K. Citron, Abortion Bans Are Going to Make Stalkerware Even More Dangerous, Slate (July 5, 2022). view
Bertrall Ross, Big 10: Constitutional law experts on what’s next for Supreme Court, The News-Gazette (July 3, 2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Russia Invades Ukraine, 116 American Journal of International Law 593-604 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Russian Invasion of Ukraine Draws Widespread—but Not Universal—Condemnation, 116 American Journal of International Law 605-614 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, United States and Allies Target Russia and Belarus with Sanctions and Other Economic Measures, 116 American Journal of International Law 614-631 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, International Institutions Mobilize to Impose Accountability on Russia and Individual Perpetrators of War Crimes and Other Abuses, 116 American Journal of International Law 631-642 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, United States and Allies Provide Humanitarian Aid to Ukraine and Its Citizens, 116 American Journal of International Law 642-646 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, The United States and Allies Provide Military and Intelligence Support to Ukraine, 116 American Journal of International Law 646-652 (2022). view
Charles Barzun, Dobbs and the Relevance of Experience, Balkinization (July 1, 2022). view
Kimberly D. Krawiec, Markets, repugnance, and externalities, Journal of Institutional Economics 1-12 (2022). view
Richard M. Re, The Peril and Promise of SCOTUS Resignations, 107 Iowa Law Review Online 117-135 (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Let Kids Be Kids (reviewing Kristin Henning, The Rage of Innocence: How America Criminalizes Black Youth) JOTWELL (2022). view
Amanda Frost, The Rise of Reparative Citizenship, Citizenship Studies 1-6 (2022). view
Danielle K. Citron, The End of Roe Means We Need a New Civil Right to Privacy, Slate (June 27, 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
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
G. Mitu Gulati, Confiscating Russian Assets (Now?), Credit Slips (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
Rachel Bayefsky, Administrative Stays: Power and Procedure, 97 Notre Dame Law Review 1941-1984 (2022). view

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