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Adam Chilton & Mila Versteeg, How Constitutional Rights Matter, Oxford University Press (2020).
Michal Barzuza, Quinn Curtis & David H. Webber, Shareholder Value(s): Index Fund ESG Activism and the New Millennial Corporate Governance, 93 Southern California Law Review 1243-1321 (2020).
Michael A. Livermore, Rule by Rules, in Ryan Whalen Computational Legal Studies: The Promise and Challenge of Data-Driven Research, Edward Elgar, 238-264 (2020).
Kevin Cope & Charles Crabtree, A Nationalist Backlash to International Refugee Law: Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Turkey , 17 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 752-788 (2020).
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).
Joseph Blocher, G. Mitu Gulati & Kim Oosterlinck, King Leopold's Bonds and the Odious Debts Mystery, 60 Virginia Journal of International Law 487-530 (2020).
Craig Konnoth, Regulatory De-Arbitrage in Twenty-First Century Cures Act's Health Information Regulation, 29 Annals of Health Law 135-152 (2020).
Craig Konnoth, Medical Civil Rights as a Site of Activism: A Reply to Critics, 73 Stanford Law Review Online (2020).
Annie Kim, Map of Korea, 1950, in Mihaela Moscaliuc & Michael Waters Border Lines: Poems of Migration, Alfred A. Knopf, 35 (2020).
Frederick Schauer, Rules, Defeasibility, and the Psychology of Exceptions, in Lorand Bartels & Federica Paddeu Exceptions in International Law, Oxford University Press, 55-64 (2020).
Dotan Oliar, Personalizing Copyright Law Using Consumer Demographics (reviewing Adi Libson & Gideon Parchomovsky, Toward the Personalization of Copyright Law, 86 U. Chi. L. Rev. 527 (2019)) JOTWELL (2019).
Ashley S. Deeks, A New Tool for Tech Companies: International Law, Lawfare (May 30, 2019).
Quinn Curtis, How Some States Are Ripping Off People Who Try to Save for College, Washington Post (May 22, 2019).
Bobby Chesney, Danielle K. Citron & Quinta Jurecic, About That Pelosi Video: What to Do About ‘Cheapfakes’ in 2020, Lawfare (May 19, 2019).
Richard C. Schragger, High Stakes in the Charlottesville Monuments Litigation, Richmond Times-Dispatch 11Z (May 10, 2019).
George K. Yin, How to Get Trump’s Tax Returns – Without a Subpoena, Politico (May 4, 2019).
Lois Shepherd, A Federal Abortion Law Might Be Needed, The Hill (May 2, 2019).
Giulia Farrior & Elizabeth A. Rowe, Revisiting Trade Secret Extraterritoriality, 25 Boston University Journal of Science and Technology Law 431-450 (2019).
Alison Gocke, Nodal Governance of the U.S. Electricity Grid, 29 Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum 205-271 (2019).
Danielle K. Citron, Sexual Privacy, 128 Yale Law Journal 1870-1960 (2019).
Michael D. Gilbert & Samir Sheth, For Campaign Finance Violators, Crime Pays, Take Care (April 24, 2019).
Naomi R. Cahn, What Should Stay-At-Home Moms Get at Divorce?, Forbes.com (April 19, 2019).
G. Edward White, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Louis D. Brandeis y la transformación de la jurisprudencia estadounidense durante la era progresista, in Cossío, José Ramón, Mijangos, Pablo, & Pani, Erika Derecho y cambio social en la historia, El Colegio de México (2019).
Ryan Calo & Danielle K. Citron, The Automated Administrative State, Harvard Kennedy School Shorenstein Center The Ethical Machine (April 8, 2019).
Ashley S. Deeks, Detaining by Algorithm, Humanitarian Law & Policy (March 25, 2019).
Danielle K. Citron & Mary Anne Franks, New York’s Revenge Porn Law: Missed Opportunity to Protect Sexual Privacy, Harvard Law Review Blog (March 19, 2019).
A. E. Dick Howard, Redistricting Commission Amendment Is a Landmark, but Work Remains to Put It in the Virginia Constitution, Richmond Times-Dispatch (March 18, 2019).
Lois Shepherd, Delay, Delay, Delay: Restrictive Laws Force Later-Term Abortions, Truthout (March 18, 2019).
Jonathan Z. Cannon, Environmental Law Futures, Vibrant Environmental Blog (March 15, 2019).
Richard C. Schragger, It’s the City’s Right to Remove Confederate Monuments, Richmond Times-Dispatch 9A (March 3, 2019).
Micah J. Schwartzman & Nelson Tebbe, Against Establishment Clause Concession, Take Care (February 28, 2019).
Elizabeth A. Rowe, Snapshot of Trade Secret Developments, 60 William and Mary Law Review 45 (2019).
Richard C. Schragger, Micah J. Schwartzman & Nelson Tebbe, The Bladensburg Peace Cross Case Sends the Message That Some Citizens Are Less Valued Than Others, Washington Post (February 26, 2019).
Lawrence B. Solum, Artificially Intelligent Law, BioLaw Journal 53 (2019).
Naomi R. Cahn & Amy Ziettlow, The Sandwich Generation on Wheels: Tips for Long-Distance Family Caregivers, Institute for Family Studies Blog (February 21, 2019).
Saikrishna Prakash, Of Synchronicity and Supreme Law, 132 Harvard Law Review 1220-1299 (2019).
Ashley S. Deeks, Can Congress Constitutionally Restrict the President’s Troop Withdrawals?, Lawfare (February 6, 2019).
Naomi R. Cahn, Small Change? How Our Daily Purchases Can Make a Difference, Forbes (January 17, 2019).
Cale Jaffe, Virginia’s Uranium Mining Battle Flips Traditional Views of Federal and State Power, Conversation (January 11, 2019).
Michael Doran, The False Promise of Portman-Cardin Pension Reform, 163 Tax Notes 1673-1680 (2019).
Deborah Hellman, Understanding Bribery, in Larry Alexander & Kimberly Kessler Ferzan The Palgrave Handbook of Applied Ethics and the Criminal Law, Palgrave Macmillan, 147-163 (2019).
George K. Yin, “Who Speaks for Tax Equity and Tax Fairness?”: Stanley Surrey and the Tax Legislative Process, 39 Virginia Tax Review 39-110 (2019).
Richard M. Re, Beyond the Marks Rule, 132 Harvard Law Review 1942-2008 (2019).
Aditya Bamzai, Tenure of Office and the Treasury: The Constitution and Control Over National Financial Policy, 1787 to 1867, 87 George Washington Law Review 1299-1387 (2019).
Kenneth S. Abraham & Leslie Kendrick, There’s No Such Thing as Affirmative Duty, 104 Iowa Law Review 1649-1698 (2019).
Naomi R. Cahn & June Carbone, Surrogacy in the United States of America, in Jens M. Scherpe, Claire Fenton-Glynn, & Terry Kaan Eastern and Western Perspectives on Surrogacy, Intersentia, 307 (2019).
George Rutherglen, The Problem with Procedure: Some Inconvenient Truths about Aspirational Goals, 56 San Diego Law Review 1-30 (2019).
A. Benjamin Spencer, Substance, Procedure, and the Rules Enabling Act, 66 UCLA Law Review 654-719 (2019).
Susan Bandes & Lawrence B. Solum, Analysis: Effect of Judgment and Preclusion, in Tom Rowe Moore's Federal Practice Semiannual Supplement, Matthew Bender, ch. 130-134 (3 ed. 2019).
Joshua Fischman, Politics and Authority in the U.S. Supreme Court, 104 Cornell Law Review 1513-1592 (2019).
Ronan Long & John Norton Moore, eds., Cooperation and Engagement in the Asia-Pacific Region, Brill Nijhoff (2019).
A. Benjamin Spencer, Out of the Quandary: Personal Jurisdiction Over Absent Class Member Claims Explained, 39 Review of Litigation 31-52 (2019).
Danielle K. Citron & Jonathon Penney, When Law Frees Us to Speak, 87 Fordham Law Review 2317-2336 (2019).
Douglas Laycock, Liberty and Justice For All, in William N. Eskridge Jr. & Robin Fretwell Wilson Religious Freedom, LGBT Rights, and the Prospects for Common Ground, Cambridge University Press, 24-37 (2019).
Kimberly D. Krawiec, Let’s Talk: What FinReg Can Learn From New Governance (And Vice Versa), 44 Law & Social Inquiry 1241-1250 (2019).
Kenneth S. Abraham, Plain Meaning, Extrinsic Evidence, and Ambiguity: Myth and Reality in Insurance Policy Interpretation, 25 Connecticut Insurance Law Journal 329-367 (2019).
John F. Duffy, Reasoned Decisionmaking vs. Rational Ignorance at the Patent Office, 104 Iowa Law Review 2351-2386 (2019).
Ann C. Hodges, Finding Yourself in Retirement, 43 Journal of the Legal Profession 365-369 (2019).
Ruth Mason, Identifying Illegal Subsidies, 69 American University Law Review 479-564 (2019).
Kimberly J. Robinson, An American Dream Deferred: A Federal Right to Education, in Kimberly Jenkins Robinson A Federal Right to Education: Fundamental Questions for Our Democracy, NYU Press, 327-338 (2019).