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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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Elizabeth Adams, Michael Knoll & Ruth Mason, Tax Discrimination, in Yariv Brauner Research Handbook on International Taxation, Edward Elgar, 44-63 (2020). view
Craig Konnoth, Narrowly Tailoring the COVID-19 Response, 11 California Law Review Online 193-208 (2020). view
Craig Konnoth & Gabriel Scheffler, Can Electronic Health Records Be Saved?, 46 American Journal of Law & Medicine 7-19 (2020). view
Albertina Antognini et al., Perspectives on Nonmarital Relationships, 58 Family Court Review 142-144 (2020). view
Ruth Mason, The Transformation of International Tax, 114 American Journal of International Law 353-402 (2020). view
Rich Hynes & Steven D. Walt, Revitalizing Involuntary Bankruptcy, 105 Iowa Law Review 1127-1185 (2020). view
Richard C. Schragger, What Is “Government” “Speech”?: The Case of Confederate Monuments, 108 Kentucky Law Review 665-694 (2020). view
G. Edward White, Cheating in Baseball: Reflections on Electronic Sign-Stealing, 23 The Green Bag Second Series 131-143 (2020). view
Michael Doran, The Equal-Protection Challenge to Federal Indian Law, 6 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law & Public Affairs 1-74 (2020). view
John T. Monahan & Jennifer Skeem, Lost in Translation: “Risks,” “Needs,” and “Evidence” in Implementing the First Step Act, 38 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 279-286 (2020). view
Jesse H. Choper et al., Leading Cases in Constitutional Law: A Compact Casebook for a Short Course, West Academic (2020 ed. 2020). view
Stephen J. Choi, G. Mitu Gulati & Robert E. Scott, Revising Boilerplate: A Comparison of Private and Public Company Transactions, 2020 Wisconsin Law Review 629-655 (2020). view
Ashley S. Deeks, Secret Reason-Giving, 129 Yale Law Journal 612-689 (2020). view
Naomi R. Cahn & Kim Kamin, Adapt Old Strategies to Fit New Family Arrangements, 47 Estate Planning 30-35 (2020). view
Rich Hynes & Nathaniel Pattison, Asset Exemptions and Consumer Bankruptcies: Evidence from Individual Filings, 63 Journal of Law & Economics 557-594 (2020). view
Micah J. Schwartzman & Nelson Tebbe, Establishment Clause Appeasement, 2019 Supreme Court Review 271-311 (2020). view
Michal Barzuza & Eric Talley, Long-Term Bias, 2020 Columbia Business Law Review 104-191 (2020). view
Deborah Hellman, Sex, Causation, and Algorithms: Equal Protection in the Age of Machine Learning, 98 Washington University Law Review 481-523 (2020). view
Brandon L. Garrett et al., Valid or Voodoo? A Qualitative Study of Attorney Perceptions of Risk Assessment in Sentencing and Plea Bargaining, 48 Journal of Community Psychology 2053-2068 (2020). view
Joseph Blocher & G. Mitu Gulati, Transferable Sovereignty: Lessons from the History of the Congo Free State, 69 Duke Law Journal 1219-1273 (2020). view
Craig Konnoth, Normative Bases of Medical Civil Rights, in I. Glenn Cohen et al. Disability, Health, Law and Bioethics, Cambridge University Press, 200-210 (2020). view
Craig Konnoth & al. et, Panel Discussion on How to Become a Full-Time Law Professor, Journal of Legal Education (2020). view
Mila Versteeg et al., The Law and Politics of Presidential Term Limit Evasion, 120 Columbia Law Review 173-248 (2020). view
Saikrishna Prakash, “Not a Single Privilege Is Annexed to His Character”: Necessary and Proper Executive Privileges and Immunities, 2020 Supreme Court Review 229-275 (2020). view
Darryl K. Brown, Civil Order, Criminal Justice, and ‘No Justice No Peace’, 70 University of Toronto Law Journal 84-101 (2020). view
Robert P. Bartlett, William J. Carney & George S. Geis, Corporate Finance: Principles and Practice, Foundation Press (4 ed. 2020). view
Cale Jaffe, Environmental Federalism as Forum Shopping, 44 William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review 669-699 (2020). view
Dayna Bowen Matthew, Healing Hate: A Public Health Perspective on Civil Rights in America: Introduction, 27 Virginia Journal of Social Policy & the Law 1-4 (2020). view
Micah J. Schwartzman, Must Laws Be Motivated by Public Reason?, in Silje Langvatn, Mattias Kumm, & Wojciech Sadurski Public Reason and Courts, Cambridge University Press, 45-65 (2020). view
Jonathan Z. Cannon, Judicial Review in the New Age of Deference, in Michael Burger Combating Climate Change With Section 115 of the Clean Air Act: Law and Policy Rationales, Edward Elgar, 101-124 (2020). view
Barbara A. Spellman & Charles Weaver, Memory and the Law, in M.J. Kahana & A.D. Wagner Handbook of Human Memory - Volume II: Applications, Oxford University Press (2020). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Changing Demographics, Elder Law, and Trusts and Estates, 46 ACTEC Law Journal 15-21 (2020). view
G. Mitu Gulati et al., When Governments Promise to Prioritize Public Debt: Do Markets Care?, 6 Journal of Financial Regulation 41-74 (2020). view
Saikrishna Prakash, Faithless Execution, 133 Harvard Law Review Forum 94-102 (2020). view
Ashley S. Deeks, Defend Forward and Cyber Countermeasures, Hoover Institution: Aegis Series Paper No. 2004 (2020). view
Darryl K. Brown, Does It Matter Who Objects? Rethinking the Burden to Prevent Errors in Criminal Process, 98 Texas Law Review 625-677 (2020). view
Alex M. Johnson Jr., Irrevocable Gift Promises and Promises Inducing Reliance: A Mandate for the Return of the Seal in Contract Law, 98 Nebraska Law Review 926-969 (2020). view
Dayna Bowen Matthew, Structural Inequality: The Real COVID-19 Threat to America’s Health and How Strengthening the Affordable Care Act Can Help, 108 Georgetown Law Journal 1679-1716 (2020). view
Ashley S. Deeks, Secrecy Surrogates, 106 Virginia Law Review 1395-1477 (2020). view
G. Edward White, From the Third to the Fourth Restatement of Foreign Relations: The Rise and Potential Fall of Foreign Affairs Exceptionalism, in Paul B. Stephan & Sarah H. Cleveland The Restatement and Beyond: The Past, Present, and Future of U.S. Foreign Relations Law, Oxford University Press, 23-66 (2020). view
Thomas C. Berg & Douglas Laycock, Espinoza, Government Funding, and Religious Choice, 35 Journal of Law and Religion 361-379 (2020). view
Saikrishna Prakash, The Age of the Winning Executive: The Case of Donald J. Trump, 134 Harvard Law Review Forum 141-166 (2020). view
Naomi R. Cahn, CRISPR Parents and Informed Consent, 23 SMU Science & Technology Law Review 3-30 (2020). view
Joseph Blocher, G. Mitu Gulati & Kim Oosterlinck, Why Did Belgium Pay Leopold’s Bonds?, 83 Law and Contemporary Problems 49-70 (2020). view
Margo A. Bagley, “Thou Shalt Not Steal”: The Morality of Compulsory Licensing of Pharmaceutical Patents, in Thomas C Berg, Roman Cholij, & Simon Ravenscroft Patents on Life: Religious, Moral, and Social Justice Aspects of Biotechnology and Intellectual Property, Cambridge University Press, 187-208 (2020). view
Saikrishna Prakash, The Living Presidency: An Originalist Argument Against Its Ever-Expanding Powers, Harvard University Press (2020). view
Sandra G. Mayson & Megan T. Stevenson, Misdemeanors by the Numbers, 61 Boston College Law Review 971-1044 (2020). view
Michael A. Livermore, Introduction: Threats to the Role of Economics in Environmental Policymaking, 28 New York University Environmental Law Journal 49-59 (2020). view
Charles W. McCurdy, The Problem of General Constitutional Law: Thomas McIntyre Cooley, Constitutional Limitations, and the Supreme Court of the United States, 1868-1878, 18 Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy 1-12 (2020). view
Lawrence B. Solum, Themes from Fallon on Constitutional Theory, 18 Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy 287-351 (2020). view

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Ruth Mason, The Transformation of International Tax, 114 American Journal of International Law 353-402 (2020). view
Michael S. Knoll & Ruth Mason, The Dormant Foreign Commerce Clause After Wynne, 39 Virginia Tax Review 357-418 (2020). view
A. Benjamin Spencer, Pleading Conditions of the Mind under Rule 9(b): Repairing the Damage Wrought by Iqbal, 41 Cardozo Law Review 1015-1055 (2020). view
Cynthia L. Nicoletti, The Rise and Fall of Transcendent Constitutionalism in the Civil War Era, 106 Virginia Law Review 1631-1702 (2020). view
John T. Monahan & Jennifer Skeem, Lost in Translation: “Risks,” “Needs,” and “Evidence” in Implementing the First Step Act, 38 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 279-286 (2020). view
Lee C. Buchheit & G. Mitu Gulati, The Argentine Collective Action Clause Controversy , 15 Capital Markets Law Journal 464-473 (2020). view
Craig Konnoth, Medicalization and the New Civil Rights, 72 Stanford Law Review 1165-1268 (2020). view
G. Mitu Gulati & Ugo Panizza, Alternative Solutions to the Odious Debt Problem , LIV Annals of the Fondazione Einaudi 153-168 (2020). view
Annie Kim, Eros, Unbroken, The Word Works (2020). view
Thomas Frampton, Why Do Rule 48(a) Dismissals Require 'Leave of Court'?, 73 Stanford Law Review Online 28-37 (2020). view
Saikrishna Prakash, Faithless Execution, 133 Harvard Law Review Forum 94-102 (2020). view
Leslie Kendrick, Culpability and Negligence, in Paul B. Miller & John Oberdiek Oxford Studies in Private Law Theory: Volume 1, Oxford University Press, 137-159 (2020). view
Michael S. Knoll & Ruth Mason, Steiner v. Utah: Designing a Constitutional Remedy, 95 Tax Notes State 845-850 (2020). view
Frederick Schauer, The Hostile Audience Revisited, in David E. Pozen The Perilous Public Square: Structural Threats to Free Expression Today, Columbia University Press, 65-83 (2020). view
Christina Babbitt et al., The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act and the Common Law of Groundwater Rights – Finding a Consistent Path Forward for Groundwater Allocation, 38 UCLA Journal of Environmental Law & Policy 163-215 (2020). view
George K. Yin, Repairing the Tax Privacy Rules (2020). view
Brandon L. Garrett et al., Valid or Voodoo? A Qualitative Study of Attorney Perceptions of Risk Assessment in Sentencing and Plea Bargaining, 48 Journal of Community Psychology 2053-2068 (2020). view
Stephen J. Choi, G. Mitu Gulati & Robert E. Scott, Anticipating Venezuela’s Debt Crisis: Hidden Holdouts and the Problem of Pricing Collective Action Clauses, 100 Boston University Law Review 253-300 (2020). view
Theresa Arnold et al., The Myth of Optimal Expectation Damages , 104 Marquette Law Review 141-182 (2020). view
Mila Versteeg et al., The Law and Politics of Presidential Term Limit Evasion, 120 Columbia Law Review 173-248 (2020). view
Saikrishna Prakash, “Not a Single Privilege Is Annexed to His Character”: Necessary and Proper Executive Privileges and Immunities, 2020 Supreme Court Review 229-275 (2020). view
Thomas Frampton, For Cause: Rethinking Racial Exclusion and the American Jury, 118 Michigan Law Review 785-839 (2020). view
Saikrishna Prakash, The Living Presidency: An Originalist Argument Against Its Ever-Expanding Powers, Harvard University Press (2020). view
Leslie Kendrick, Must Free Speech Be Harmful?, 2020 University of Chicago Legal Forum 105-115 (2020). view
Darryl K. Brown, Civil Order, Criminal Justice, and ‘No Justice No Peace’, 70 University of Toronto Law Journal 84-101 (2020). view
Deborah Hellman, Measuring Algorithmic Fairness, 106 Virginia Law Review 811-866 (2020). view
John Norton Moore, The Thirteenth Waldemar A. Solf and Marc L. Warren Chair Lecture in National Security Law: Defending Defense in the Law of Jus Ad Bellum, 228 Military Law Review 405-419 (2020). view
Frederick Schauer & Barbara A. Spellman, Probabilistic Causation in the Law, 176 Journal of Institutional & Theoretical Economics 4-17 (2020). view
Pierre-Hugues Verdier, Global Banks on Trial: U.S. Prosecutions and the Remaking of International Finance, Oxford University Press (2020). view
Frederick Schauer, Oliver Wendell Holmes, the Abrams Case, and the Origins of the Harmless Speech Tradition, 51 Seton Hall Law Review 205-224 (2020). view
George Rutherglen, Reconstruction in Legal Theory, 105 Minnesota Law Review Headnotes 95-110 (2020). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Changing Demographics, Elder Law, and Trusts and Estates, 46 ACTEC Law Journal 15-21 (2020). view
Aharon Barak, David S. Law & Yeong-Chin Su, Constitutional Adjudication in Comparative Perspective, in Yen-Tu Su Constitutional Interpretation: Theory and Practice, Vol. 10, Academia Sinica (2020). view
Craig Konnoth, Privatized Preemption, 45 Administrative & Regulatory Law News 10-12 (2020). view
Margo A. Bagley, “Thou Shalt Not Steal”: The Morality of Compulsory Licensing of Pharmaceutical Patents, in Thomas C Berg, Roman Cholij, & Simon Ravenscroft Patents on Life: Religious, Moral, and Social Justice Aspects of Biotechnology and Intellectual Property, Cambridge University Press, 187-208 (2020). view
Quinn Curtis, Costs, Conflicts, and College Savings: Evaluating Section 529 Savings Plans, 37 Yale Journal on Regulation 116-163 (2020). view
Ashley S. Deeks, Defend Forward and Cyber Countermeasures, Hoover Institution: Aegis Series Paper No. 2004 (2020). view
Darryl K. Brown, Does It Matter Who Objects? Rethinking the Burden to Prevent Errors in Criminal Process, 98 Texas Law Review 625-677 (2020). view
Cathy Hwang & Yaron Nili, Shadow Governance, 108 California Law Review 1097-1146 (2020). view
Caleb E. Nelson, Intervention, 106 Virginia Law Review 271-393 (2020). view
Frederick Schauer, Social Science and the Philosophy of Law, in John Tasioulas The Cambridge Companion to the Philosophy of Law, Cambridge University Press, 95-114 (2020). view
Saikrishna Prakash, The Age of the Winning Executive: The Case of Donald J. Trump, 134 Harvard Law Review Forum 141-166 (2020). view
Naomi R. Cahn, CRISPR Parents and Informed Consent, 23 SMU Science & Technology Law Review 3-30 (2020). view
Craig Konnoth, Regulatory De-Arbitrage in Twenty-First Century Cures Act's Health Information Regulation, 29 Annals of Health Law 135-152 (2020). view
Payvand Ahdout, "Neutral" Gray Briefs, 43 Fordham International Law Journal 1263-1271 (2020). view
Annie Kim, Map of Korea, 1950, in Mihaela Moscaliuc & Michael Waters Border Lines: Poems of Migration, Alfred A. Knopf, 35 (2020). view
Robert P. Bartlett, William J. Carney & George S. Geis, Corporate Finance: Principles and Practice, Foundation Press (4 ed. 2020). view
Rich Hynes & Steven D. Walt, Revitalizing Involuntary Bankruptcy, 105 Iowa Law Review 1127-1185 (2020). view
Michael S. Knoll & Ruth Mason, Why the Supreme Court Should Grant Certiorari in Steiner v. Utah, 95 Tax Notes State 377-388 (2020). view
Cynthia L. Nicoletti, Book Review (reviewing Rebecca Zietlow, The Forgotten Emancipator: James Mitchell Ashley and the Ideological Origins of Reconstruction) 38 Law & History Review 299-301 (2020). view

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