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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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Molly Bishop Shadel, Sophie Trawalter & J. H. Verkerke, Gender Differences in Law School Classroom Participation: The Key Role of Social Context, 108 Virginia Law Review Online 30-54 (2022). view
Anne M. Coughlin & Molly Bishop Shadel, The Gender Participation Gap and the Politics of Pedagogy, 108 Virginia Law Review Online 55-71 (2022). view
David S. Law, Pedagogy and Conceptualization of the Field, in David S. Law Constitutionalism in Context, Cambridge University Press, 3-32 (2022). view
Richard C. Schragger, Local Control of Land Use: A Partial Defense, SLoG Law (2022). view
Hsiang-Yang Hsieh & David S. Law, Judicial Review of Constitutional Amendments: Taiwan, in David S. Law Constitutionalism in Context, Cambridge University Press, 185-215 (2022). view
David S. Law & Elaine Mak, Transnational Judicial Communication: The European Union, in David S. Law Constitutionalism in Context, Cambridge University Press, 236-260 (2022). view
Mirjam Künkler & David S. Law, Islamic Constitutionalism: Iran, in David S. Law Constitutionalism in Context, Cambridge University Press, 449-473 (2022). view
Payvand Ahdout, Enforcement Lawmaking and Judicial Review, 135 Harvard Law Review 937-1006 (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn, June Carbone & Nancy Levit, The Instrumental Case for Corporate Diversity, 40 Law & Inequality 117-153 (2022). view
Risa Goluboff, Forward, 108 Virginia Law Review Online 24-29 (2022). view
David S. Law, ed., Constitutionalism in Context, Cambridge University Press (2022). view
Risa Goluboff, I Clerked for Justice Breyer. There’s One Thing I Hope Remains on the Court Long After He’s Gone., Slate (January 28, 2022). view
Deborah Hellman, The Epistemic Commitments of Nondiscrimination, in John Gardner, Leslie Green, and Brian Leiter Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Law Volume 4, Oxford University Press (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn & Sonia M. Suter, The Art of Regulating ART, 96 Chicago-Kent Law Review 29-86 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, CFIUS Preemption, 13 Harvard National Security Journal 1-24 (2022). view
Julia D. Mahoney & Ann Woolhandler, Federal Courts and Takings Litigation, Notre Dame Law Review (2022). view
Ashley S. Deeks & Andrew Hayashi, Tax Law as Foreign Policy, University of Pennsylvania Law Review (2022). view
Alexander Stremitzer, Ilya Somin & Kevin Cope, Vaccine Passports as a Constitutional Right, Arizona State Law Journal, 505-572 (2022). view
Cathy Hwang, Comment on The Limits of Public Contract Law, Law and Contemporary Problems (2022). view
Tom Ginsberg, David Landau & Mila Versteeg, Comparative Constitutional Law: A Global and Interdisciplinary Approach, Oxford University Press (2022). view
Amy Wharton, Introduction to Law Librarianship, Law Library Journal (2022). view
Kevin Cope & Charles Crabtree, Migrant-Family Separation and the Diverging Normative Force of Higher-Order Laws, Journal of Legal Studies (2022). view
Paul B. Stephan, Big Data and the Future Law of Armed Conflict in Cyberspace, in Matthew C. Waxman & Thomas Oakley The Future Law of Armed Conflict, Oxford University Press (2022). view
Richard M. Re, Reason and Rhetoric in Edwards v. Vannoy, Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy (2022). view
Mila Versteeg, Abusive Constitutional Borrowing (reviewing Rosalind Dixon & David Landau, Abusive Constitutional Borrowing) American Journal of Comparative Law (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Bridget J. Crawford & Emily Gold Waldman, Working Through Menopause, Washington University Law Review (2022). view
Paul B. Stephan, The Legitimacy of International Law, in Howard Williams et al. Palgrave Handbook of International Political Theory, Palgrave Macmillan (2022). view
Cathy Hwang, Collaborative Intent, Virginia Law Review, 101-153 (2022). view
Neha Jain & Mila Versteeg, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Human Rights Law, Oxford University Press (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Bridget J. Crawford & Emily Gold Waldman, Managing and Monitoring the Menopausal Body, University of Chicago Legal Forum (2022). view
Julia D. Mahoney, Markets, Religion and Moral Deliberation, in Kathleen Flake & Nathan Oman Democracy, Religion, and Commerce: Private Markets and the Public Regulation of Religion, Routledge (2022). view
Richard C. Schragger, The City in the Future of Federalism, Oxford University Press (2022). view
Adam Chilton & Mila Versteeg, The Politics of Rights, in Mark Tushnet & Dimitry Kochenov Research Handbook on the Politics of Constitutional Law, Edward Elgar (2022). view
Paul B. Stephan, Appreciating Bob Lutz ‒ Institutional Service and Loyalty in the Twenty-first Century, Virginia Journal of International Law (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Bridget J. Crawford & Emily Gold Waldman, Contextualizing Menopause in the Law, Harvard Journal of Law & Gender, 1-70 (2022). view
Joy Milligan, Remembering: The Constitution and Federally Funded Apartheid, 89 University of Chicago Law Review 65-155 (2022). view
Danielle K. Citron, Privacy Injunctions, Emory Law Journal (2022). view
Adam Chilton & Mila Versteeg, Approaches to Identifying Constitutional Law, in Diana Kapiszewski & Matthew C. Ingram Concepts, Data, and Methods in Comparative Law and Politics, Cambridge University Press (2022). view
Julia D. Mahoney, Eminent Domain and the New Deal Settlement, Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Journal (2022). view
Omri Ben-Shahar, David A. Hoffman & Cathy Hwang, Nonparty Interests in Contract Law, University of Pennsylvania Law Review (2022). view
Kenneth S. Abraham & G. Edward White, Tort Law and the Construction of Change: Studies in the Inevitability of History, University of Virginia Press (2022). view
George Rutherglen, Transnational Civil Litigation: Principles and Prospects, Foundation Press (2 ed. 2022). view
Barbara Atwood & Naomi R. Cahn, Nonmarital Cohabitants: The US Approach, Houston Journal of International Law (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Biden Administration Continues Efforts to Change Immigration Policy Amidst Surges of Migrants and Court Losses, 116 American Journal of International Law 197-205 (2022). view
Paul B. Stephan, Antibribery Law, in David L Sloss Is the International Order Unraveling?, Oxford University Press (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Biden Administration Pushes for Multilateral Cooperation and Domestic Action to Combat Climate Change, 116 American Journal of International Law 171-179 (2022). view
Stephen Choi, G. Mitu Gulati & Robert E. Scott, Are M&A Lawyers Better at Contract Drafting?, University of Toronto Law Journal (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Huawei's Meng Wanzhou Released to China After Entering into Deferred Prosecution Agreement with U.S. Justice Department, 116 American Journal of International Law 184-189 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, The United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom Announce “AUKUS” Alliance Focused on Indo-Pacific Security, 116 American Journal of International Law 164-170 (2022). view
Kenneth S. Abraham, Shadow Tort Law: Lessons From The Reptile, Columbia Law Review Forum (2022). view

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Molly Bishop Shadel, Sophie Trawalter & J. H. Verkerke, Gender Differences in Law School Classroom Participation: The Key Role of Social Context, 108 Virginia Law Review Online 30-54 (2022). view
Anne M. Coughlin & Molly Bishop Shadel, The Gender Participation Gap and the Politics of Pedagogy, 108 Virginia Law Review Online 55-71 (2022). view
Hsiang-Yang Hsieh & David S. Law, Judicial Review of Constitutional Amendments: Taiwan, in David S. Law Constitutionalism in Context, Cambridge University Press, 185-215 (2022). view
David S. Law & Elaine Mak, Transnational Judicial Communication: The European Union, in David S. Law Constitutionalism in Context, Cambridge University Press, 236-260 (2022). view
Mirjam Künkler & David S. Law, Islamic Constitutionalism: Iran, in David S. Law Constitutionalism in Context, Cambridge University Press, 449-473 (2022). view
David S. Law, Pedagogy and Conceptualization of the Field, in David S. Law Constitutionalism in Context, Cambridge University Press, 3-32 (2022). view
Richard C. Schragger, Local Control of Land Use: A Partial Defense, SLoG Law (2022). view
Payvand Ahdout, Enforcement Lawmaking and Judicial Review, 135 Harvard Law Review 937-1006 (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn, June Carbone & Nancy Levit, The Instrumental Case for Corporate Diversity, 40 Law & Inequality 117-153 (2022). view
David S. Law, ed., Constitutionalism in Context, Cambridge University Press (2022). view
Risa Goluboff, Forward, 108 Virginia Law Review Online 24-29 (2022). view
Risa Goluboff, I Clerked for Justice Breyer. There’s One Thing I Hope Remains on the Court Long After He’s Gone., Slate (January 28, 2022). view
Deborah Hellman, The Epistemic Commitments of Nondiscrimination, in John Gardner, Leslie Green, and Brian Leiter Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Law Volume 4, Oxford University Press (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn & Sonia M. Suter, The Art of Regulating ART, 96 Chicago-Kent Law Review 29-86 (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, CFIUS Preemption, 13 Harvard National Security Journal 1-24 (2022). view
Andrew Hayashi, The Law and Economics of Animus, University of Chicago Law Review (2022). view
Julia D. Mahoney, Markets, Religion and Moral Deliberation, in Kathleen Flake & Nathan Oman Democracy, Religion, and Commerce: Private Markets and the Public Regulation of Religion, Routledge (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, United States Grapples with Aftermath of Withdrawal from Afghanistan, 116 American Journal of International Law 190-197 (2022). view
Paul B. Stephan, Big Data and the Future Law of Armed Conflict in Cyberspace, in Matthew C. Waxman & Thomas Oakley The Future Law of Armed Conflict, Oxford University Press (2022). view
Julia D. Mahoney & Ann Woolhandler, Federal Courts and Takings Litigation, Notre Dame Law Review (2022). view
Ashley S. Deeks & Andrew Hayashi, Tax Law as Foreign Policy, University of Pennsylvania Law Review (2022). view
Stephen Choi, G. Mitu Gulati & Robert E. Scott, Are M&A Lawyers Better at Contract Drafting?, University of Toronto Law Journal (2022). view
Barbara Atwood & Naomi R. Cahn, Nonmarital Cohabitants: The US Approach, Houston Journal of International Law (2022). view
Paul B. Stephan, The U.S. Context of the Restatement (Fourth) of the Foreign Relations Law of the United States, European Journal of International Law (2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, United States Indicts Iranian and Chinese Government Agents for Targeting Individuals in the United States, 116 American Journal of International Law 179-184 (2022). view
Kenneth S. Abraham, Shadow Tort Law: Lessons From The Reptile, Columbia Law Review Forum (2022). view
Paul B. Stephan, The Legitimacy of International Law, in Howard Williams et al. Palgrave Handbook of International Political Theory, Palgrave Macmillan (2022). view
Paul B. Stephan, Antibribery Law, in David L Sloss Is the International Order Unraveling?, Oxford University Press (2022). view
Paul B. Stephan, The World in Crisis and International Law ‒ The Knowledge Economy, System Shocks, National Populism, and the Battle for the Future, Cambridge University Press (2022). view
Cathy Hwang, Collaborative Intent, Virginia Law Review, 101-153 (2022). view
Cathy Hwang, Comment on The Limits of Public Contract Law, Law and Contemporary Problems (2022). view
Mila Versteeg, Abusive Constitutional Borrowing (reviewing Rosalind Dixon & David Landau, Abusive Constitutional Borrowing) American Journal of Comparative Law (2022). view
Richard N. Dean, James W. Skelton & Paul B. Stephan, Doing Business in Emerging markets – A Transactional Course, Foundation Press (3 ed. 2022). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Contemporary Practice of the United States Relating to International Law, 116 American Journal of International Law (2022). view
Kenneth S. Abraham & Tom Baker, What History Can Tell Us About the Future of Insurance and Litigation after COVID-19, DePaul Law Review (2022). view
Richard M. Re, Reason and Rhetoric in Edwards v. Vannoy, Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy (2022). view
Kenneth S. Abraham & G. Edward White, Tort Law and the Construction of Change: Studies in the Inevitability of History, University of Virginia Press (2022). view
Neha Jain & Mila Versteeg, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Human Rights Law, Oxford University Press (2022). view
Paul B. Stephan, The Crisis in International Law and the Path Forward for International Humanitarian Law, International Review of the Red Cross (2022). view
Danielle K. Citron, Intimate Privacy’s Protection Enables Free Speech, Journal of Free Speech Law (2022). view
Richard C. Schragger, The City in the Future of Federalism, Oxford University Press (2022). view
Adam Chilton & Mila Versteeg, The Politics of Rights, in Mark Tushnet & Dimitry Kochenov Research Handbook on the Politics of Constitutional Law, Edward Elgar (2022). view
Richard M. Re, The Peril and Promise of SCOTUS Resignations, Iowa Law Review Online (2022). view
George Rutherglen, Transnational Civil Litigation: Principles and Prospects, Foundation Press (2 ed. 2022). view
Adam Chilton & Mila Versteeg, Approaches to Identifying Constitutional Law, in Diana Kapiszewski & Matthew C. Ingram Concepts, Data, and Methods in Comparative Law and Politics, Cambridge University Press (2022). view
Tom Ginsberg, David Landau & Mila Versteeg, Comparative Constitutional Law: A Global and Interdisciplinary Approach, Oxford University Press (2022). view
Amy Wharton, Introduction to Law Librarianship, Law Library Journal (2022). view
Ann Woolhandler, Public Rights and Taxation: A Brief Response to Professor Parrillo (2022). view
Deborah Hellman, Big Data and Compounding Injustice, Journal of Moral Philosophy (2022). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Bridget J. Crawford & Emily Gold Waldman, Working Through Menopause, Washington University Law Review (2022). view

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