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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

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
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
Danielle K. Citron, Cyber Mobs, Disinformation, and Death Videos: The Internet As It Is (and As It Should Be) (reviewing Nick Drnaso, Sabrina) 118 Michigan Law Review 1073-1093 (2020). view
Sarah H. Cleveland & Paul B. Stephan, Introduction: The Roles of the Restatements in U.S. Foreign Relations Law, 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, 1-20 (2020). view
Philip J. Cook & Kimberly D. Krawiec, Kidney Donation and the Consent of the Poor, 66 Loyola Law Review 23-32 (2020). view
Joy Milligan, Plessy Preserved: Agencies and the Effective Constitution, 129 Yale Law Journal 924-1019 (2020). view
Cathy Hwang & Yaron Nili, Shareholder-Driven Stakeholderism, University of Chicago Law Review Online (2020). view
Ashley S. Deeks, Coding the Law of Armed Conflict: First Steps, in Matthew C. Waxman The Law of Armed Conflict in 2040, Oxford University Press (2020). view
Barbara E. Armacost, Celebrating Robert Cochran and the Future of “Embodied” Christian Legal Scholarship, 47 Pepperdine Law Review 397-417 (2020). view
Michael Doran, Redefining Tribal Sovereignty for the Era of Fundamental Rights, 95 Indiana Law Journal 87-144 (2020). view
Frederick Schauer & Barbara A. Spellman, Probabilistic Causation in the Law, 176 Journal of Institutional & Theoretical Economics 4-17 (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
Cale Jaffe & Michael A. Livermore, EPA’s Nondiscretionary Duties to Act under Section 115, in Michael Burger Combating Climate Change with Section 115 of the Clean Air Act: Law and Policy Rationales, Edward Elgar, 192-206 (2020). view
Steven D. Walt & William D. Warren, Commercial Law: Selected Statutes, Foundation Press (2020 ed. 2020). view
Kenneth S. Abraham, Insurance, in Andrew S. Gold et al. The Oxford Handbook of The New Private Law, Oxford University Press, 445-461 (2020). view
Lee C. Buchheit & G. Mitu Gulati, The Argentine Collective Action Clause Controversy , 15 Capital Markets Law Journal 464-473 (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
Payvand Ahdout, "Neutral" Gray Briefs, 43 Fordham International Law Journal 1263-1271 (2020). view
G. Mitu Gulati & Ugo Panizza, Alternative Solutions to the Odious Debt Problem , LIV Annals of the Fondazione Einaudi 153-168 (2020). view
Margaret Foster Riley, Necessity, Use, and Care of Laboratory Dogs at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, National Academies Press (2020). view

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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
Micah J. Schwartzman & Nelson Tebbe, Establishment Clause Appeasement, 2019 Supreme Court Review 271-311 (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
Cale Jaffe & Michael A. Livermore, EPA’s Nondiscretionary Duties to Act under Section 115, in Michael Burger Combating Climate Change with Section 115 of the Clean Air Act: Law and Policy Rationales, Edward Elgar, 192-206 (2020). view
Sarah H. Cleveland & Paul B. Stephan, Introduction: The Roles of the Restatements in U.S. Foreign Relations Law, 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, 1-20 (2020). view
Curtis A. Bradley, John C. Jeffries Jr. & Peter W. Low, Federal Courts and the Law of Federal-State Relations, 2020 Supplement, Foundation Press (9 ed. 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
George Rutherglen, Disaggregated Discrimination and the Rise of Identity Politics, 26 William & Mary Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice 391-423 (2020). view
Craig Konnoth, Narrowly Tailoring the COVID-19 Response, 11 California Law Review Online 193-208 (2020). view
Sandra G. Mayson & Megan T. Stevenson, Misdemeanors by the Numbers, 61 Boston College Law Review 971-1044 (2020). view
Barbara E. Armacost, Celebrating Robert Cochran and the Future of “Embodied” Christian Legal Scholarship, 47 Pepperdine Law Review 397-417 (2020). view
Ashley S. Deeks, Will Cyber Autonomy Undercut Democratic Accountability?, 96 International Law Studies 464-504 (2020). view
Rachel Harmon, Policing, Protesting, and the Insignificance of Hostile Audiences, in David E. Pozen The Perilous Public Square: Structural Threats to Free Expression Today, Columbia University Press, 96- (2020). view
Keith Carlson, Michael A. Livermore & Daniel N. Rockmore, The Problem of Data Bias in the Pool of Published U.S. Appellate Court Opinions, 17 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 224-261 (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
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
Michal Barzuza & Eric Talley, Long-Term Bias, 2020 Columbia Business Law Review 104-191 (2020). view
Steven D. Walt & William D. Warren, Commercial Law: Selected Statutes, Foundation Press (2020 ed. 2020). view
Saikrishna Prakash, Resolved, The Unitary Executive Is a Myth: Con, in Richard J. Ellis & Michael Nelson Debating the Presidency: Conflicting Perspectives on the American Executive, CQ Press, 24-35 (5 ed. 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
Douglas Guynn, Cale Jaffe & Phillip D., Payne, U.S. Supreme Court Amici Curiae Brief in United States Forest Service v. Cowpasture River Preservation Association, Nos. 18-1584 & 18-1587, (2020). view
Richard C. Schragger, It’s Time for Home Rule in Virginia, Richmond Times-Dispatch 15A (December 19, 2019). view
Naomi R. Cahn, De-Gigging the Gender Pay Gap, Forbes (December 8, 2019). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Three Steps to Interrupt Bias at Work, Forbes (December 4, 2019). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Is Egg Freezing All It’s Cracked Up To Be?, Forbes (November 8, 2019). view
Julia D. Mahoney, Conservation Easements: A Perpetual Problem?, Capital Ideas (November, 2019). view
Farah Peterson, Black Lives and the Boston Massacre, American Scholar 34-43 (2019). view
Danielle K. Citron, Tech Companies Get a Free Pass on Moderating Content, Slate (October 16, 2019). view
Richard J. Bonnie & Joanna Lee Williams, Teens Are Leading Movements—It’s Time to Promote Policies That Reflect Youths’ Promise, The Hill (October 11, 2019). view
Richard J. Bonnie & Stephen J. Morse, Insanity and the Supreme Court, Wall Street Journal A17 (October 10, 2019). view
Ruth Mason, Special Report on EU State Aid: Part 7—Implications of the Rulings in Starbucks And Fiat for the Apple State Aid Case, 154 Tax Notes Federal 93-100 (2019). view
Kimberly J. Robinson, Why the Harvard admissions decision should be a call to action, The Hill (October 4, 2019). view
Richard C. Schragger & Micah J. Schwartzman, Establishment Clause Inversion in the Bladensburg Cross Case, 3 American Constitution Society Supreme Court Review 21-58 (2019). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Why the Gender Pay Gap Took Center Stage in Michelle Williams’s Emmy Speech, Forbes (September 23, 2019). view
Frederick Schauer, Methodological Quibbles and Their Non-Quibbly Implications, Balkanization (September 13, 2019). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Fertility Centers Will Keep Inflicting Pain on Families Until the Government Steps In, USA Today (September 6, 2019). view
Danielle K. Citron, The Internet’s “Safe Harbor” Is Not Safe for Kids, Common Sense (September 6, 2019). view
Katherine Charlet & Danielle K. Citron, Campaigns Must Prepare for Deepfakes: This Is What Their Plan Should Look Like, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (September 5, 2019). view
Gregory Mitchell, Employee Surveys on Sensitive Topics, 16 Compliance and Ethics Professional Magazine 28-30 (2019). view
Charles Barzun, Is a Progressive Reading of the Constitution Possible? (reviewing Erwin Chemerinsky, We the People: A Progressive Reading of the Constitution for the Twenty-First Century) The New Rambler (2019). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Why the Question of What’s Going to Happen to Jeffrey Epstein’s Money Is So Complicated, Forbes (August 15, 2019). view
Naomi R. Cahn, When Fertility Clinics Get it Wrong, Forbes (August 8, 2019). view
Quinn Curtis, Dain C. Donelson & Justin Hopkins, Revealing Corporate Financial Misreporting, 36 Contemporary Accounting Research 1337–1372 (2019). view
John C. Harrison, The Article II Executive Power and the Rule of Law (Part V), Volokh Conspiracy (July 26, 2019). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Paying for Invaluable Work, Forbes (July 26, 2019). view
John C. Harrison, The Article II Executive Power and the Rule of Law (Part IV), Volokh Conspiracy (July 25, 2019). view
David A. Martin, Executive Discretion and Judicial Deference After the Census Case: The Chief Justice’s Tightrope, Lawfare (July 25, 2019). view
John C. Harrison, The Article II Executive Power and the Rule of Law (Part III), Volokh Conspiracy (July 24, 2019). view
John C. Harrison, The Article II Executive Power and the Rule of Law (Part II), Volokh Conspiracy (July 23, 2019). view

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