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Managed by the UVA Law Library, the scholarship repository houses research and publications from current and past faculty.

 

New Research

Faculty Scholarship

George Rutherglen, Disaggregated Discrimination and the Rise of Identity Politics, 26 William & Mary Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice, 391–423 (2020). view
Cathy Hwang & Yaron Nili, Shareholder-Driven Stakeholderism, University of Chicago Law Review Online, (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
Jay Butler, The Corporate Keepers of International Law, 114 American Journal of International Law, 189–220 (2020). view
Thomas Frampton, Why Do Rule 48(a) Dismissals Require 'Leave of Court'?, 73 Stanford Law Review Online, 28–37 (2020). view
Andrew Hayashi, Myopic Consumer Law, 106 Virginia Law Review, 689–763 (2020). view
Michael S. Knoll & Ruth Mason, The Dormant Foreign Commerce Clause After Wynne, 39 Virginia Tax Review, 357–418 (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, Lon Fuller and the Rule of Law, in Michael Sevel Routledge Handbook of the Rule of Law, Routledge (2020). view
Thomas Frampton & Kelly Orians, In Defense of Reentry: A Response to Shreya Subramani’s Productive Separations, 47 Fordham Urban Law Journal, 993–1008 (2020). view
Sarah Seo & G. Edward White, Five Recommendations, 10 J.L.: Periodical Laboratory of Legal Scholarship, 310–320 (2020). view
Saikrishna Prakash, Against Constitution by Convention, 108 California Law Review, 1975–1994 (2020). view
Kenneth S. Abraham & Daniel Schwarcz, Insurance Law and Regulation: Cases and Materials, Foundation Press (7 ed. 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
Thomas Frampton, For Cause: Rethinking Racial Exclusion and the American Jury, 118 Michigan Law Review, 785–839 (2020). view
Lawrence B. Solum, Cooley’s Constitutional Limitations and Constitutional Originalism, 18 Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy, 49–74 (2020). view
Michael S. Knoll & Ruth Mason, Steiner v. Utah: Designing a Constitutional Remedy, 95 Tax Notes State 845–850 (2020). view
Caleb E. Nelson, Intervention, 106 Virginia Law Review, 271–393 (2020). view
Frederick Schauer, Free Speech Overrides, 2020 University of Chicago Legal Forum, 255–271 (2020). view
Lawrence B. Solum & Cass R. Sunstein, Chevron as Construction, 105 Cornell Law Review, 1465–1487 (2020). view
Richard J. Bonnie, Ariane Lewis & Thaddeus Pope, Is There a Right to Delay Determination of Death by Neurologic Criteria?, 77 JAMA Neurology 1347–1348 (2020). view
Michael G. Collins & Ann Woolhandler, Inmate Constitutional Claims and the Scienter Requirement, 98 Washington University Law Review, 645–669 (2020). view
John C. Harrison, Dissenting, in Jack M. Balkin What Obergefell v. Hodges Should Have Said: The Nation’s Top Legal Experts Rewrite America’s Same-Sex Marriage Decision, Yale University Press, 262–280 (2020). view
Amy Coney Barrett et al., The Federalist Society Presents, Showcase Panel II: Why, or Why Not, Be an Originalist?, 69 Catholic University Law Review, 683–721 (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
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
Kimberly Kessler Ferzan, Losing the Right to Assert You’ve Been Wronged: A Study in Conceptual Chaos?, in Paul Miller & John Oberdiek Civil Wrongs and Justice in Private Law, Oxford University Press, 111–130 (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
Richard Briffault et al., Principles of Home Rule for the 21st Century, National League of Cities (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
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
John T. Monahan & J. Skeem, Clinical and Actuarial Predictions of Violence, in David L. Faigman et al. Modern Scientific Evidence: The Law and Science of Expert Testimony, Thomson West, 177–190 (2020). view
Curtis A. Bradley, Ashley S. Deeks & Jack L. Goldsmith, Foreign Relations Law: Cases and Materials , Wolters Kluwer (7 ed. 2020). view
Paul B. Stephan, The Waning of the Federal Common Law of Foreign Relations, in Paul B. Stephan & Sarah A. Cleveland The Restatement and Beyond: The Past, Present, and Future of U.S. Foreign Relations Law, Oxford University Press, 179–202 (2020). view
Leslie Kendrick, Must Free Speech Be Harmful?, 2020 University of Chicago Legal Forum, 105–115 (2020). view
Deborah Hellman, Measuring Algorithmic Fairness, 106 Virginia Law Review, 811–866 (2020). view
Richard C. Schragger & Micah J. Schwartzman, Religious Antiliberalism and the First Amendment, 104 Minnesota Law Review, 1341–1428 (2020). view
Adam Chilton & Mila Versteeg, How Constitutional Rights Matter, Oxford University Press (2020). view
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). view
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). view
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). 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

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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
Annie Kim, Map of Korea, 1950, in Mihaela Moscaliuc & Michael Waters Border Lines: Poems of Migration, Alfred A. Knopf, 35 (2020). view
Curtis A. Bradley, Ashley S. Deeks & Jack L. Goldsmith, Foreign Relations Law: Cases and Materials , Wolters Kluwer (7 ed. 2020). view
Michael Doran, Redefining Tribal Sovereignty for the Era of Fundamental Rights, 95 Indiana Law Journal, 87–144 (2020). view
John C. Harrison, Section 706 of the Administrative Procedure Act Does Not Call for Universal Injunctions or Other Universal Remedies, 37 Yale Journal on Regulation Bulletin, 37–47 (2020). view
Michael A. Livermore, Polluting the EPA’s Long Tradition of Economic Analysis, 70 Case Western Reserve Law Review, 1063–1080 (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
Deborah Hellman, Sex, Causation, and Algorithms: Equal Protection in the Age of Machine Learning, 98 Washington University Law Review, 481–523 (2020). view
Richard J. Bonnie, Ariane Lewis & Thaddeus Pope, Is There a Right to Delay Determination of Death by Neurologic Criteria?, 77 JAMA Neurology 1347–1348 (2020). view
Sarah Seo & G. Edward White, Five Recommendations, 10 J.L.: Periodical Laboratory of Legal Scholarship, 310–320 (2020). view
Jesse H. Choper et al., Constitutional Law: Cases, Comments, and Questions, 2020 Supplement, West Academic (13 ed. 2020). view
Ashley S. Deeks, Introduction to the Symposium: How Will Artificial Intelligence Affect International Law?, 114 AJIL Unbound, 138–140 (2020). view
John C. Harrison, <em>Seila Law </em>and the Law of Judicial Review, University of Chicago Law Review Online, 77–86 (2020). view
Jens Frankenreiter & Michael A. Livermore, Computational Methods in Legal Analysis, 16 Annual Review of Law & Social Science, 39–57 (2020). view
John T. Monahan, Nicholas Scurich & Jennifer Skeem, Impact of Risk Assessment on Judges’ Fairness in Sentencing Relatively Poor Defendants, 44 Law & Human Behavior, 51–59 (2020). view
George Rutherglen, Self-Portrait in a Complex Mirror: Reflections on The Making of a Justice: Reflections on My First 94 Years by John Paul Stevens, 106 Virginia Law Review Online, 28–46 (2020). view
Lawrence B. Solum, Themes from Fallon on Constitutional Theory, 18 Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy, 287–351 (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
Michael G. Collins & Ann Woolhandler, Inmate Constitutional Claims and the Scienter Requirement, 98 Washington University Law Review, 645–669 (2020). view
Saikrishna Prakash, Against Constitution by Convention, 108 California Law Review, 1975–1994 (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
Amy Coney Barrett et al., The Federalist Society Presents, Showcase Panel II: Why, or Why Not, Be an Originalist?, 69 Catholic University Law Review, 683–721 (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, No. 18-1584 & 18-1587, (2020). view
Paul B. Stephan, The Waning of the Federal Common Law of Foreign Relations, in Paul B. Stephan & Sarah A. Cleveland The Restatement and Beyond: The Past, Present, and Future of U.S. Foreign Relations Law, Oxford University Press, 179–202 (2020). view
Brandon L. Garrett & John T. Monahan, Judging Risk, 108 California Law Review, 439–493 (2020). view
Deborah Hellman & Kate M. Nicholson, Opioid Prescribing and the Ethical Duty to Do No Harm, 46 American Journal of Law & Medicine, 297–310 (2020). view
John C. Harrison, International Law in U.S. Courts Within the Limits of the Constitution, 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, 265–282 (2020). view
Thomas C. Berg & Douglas Laycock, <em>Espinoza</em>, Government Funding, and Religious Choice, 35 Journal of Law and Religion, 361–379 (2020). view
Jay Butler, The Corporate Keepers of International Law, 114 American Journal of International Law, 189–220 (2020). view
Joy Milligan, Plessy Preserved: Agencies and the Effective Constitution, 129 Yale Law Journal, 924–1019 (2020). view
Cathy Hwang, Value Creation by Transactional Associates, 88 Fordham Law Review, 1649–1663 (2020). view
Ashley S. Deeks, Secret Reason-Giving, 129 Yale Law Journal, 612–689 (2020). view
Thomas B. Nachbar, Twenty-First Century Formalism, 75 University of Miami Law Review, 113–189 (2020). view
Kimberly Kessler Ferzan, Losing the Right to Assert You’ve Been Wronged: A Study in Conceptual Chaos?, in Paul Miller & John Oberdiek Civil Wrongs and Justice in Private Law, Oxford University Press, 111–130 (2020). view
Andrew Hayashi, Myopic Consumer Law, 106 Virginia Law Review, 689–763 (2020). view
David A. Martin, Taming Immigration: The 64th Henry J. Miller Distinguished Lecture Series Remarks, 36 Georgia State University Law Review, 971–1003 (2020). view
Brandon L. Garrett et al., Risk Assessment in Sentencing and Plea Bargaining: The Roles of Prosecutors and Defense Attorneys, Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 1–11 (2020). view
Michael A. Livermore & Richard L. Revesz, Reviving Rationality: Saving Cost-Benefit Analysis for the Sake of the Environment and Our Health, Oxford University Press (2020). view
George Rutherglen, Territoriality and Its Troubles, 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, 371–390 (2020). view
Andrew Hayashi, Countercyclical Property Taxes, 40 Virginia Tax Review, 1–51 (2020). view
Ruth Mason & Leopoldo Parada, The Legality of Digital Taxes in Europe, 40 Virginia Tax Review, 175–217 (2020). view
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). view
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). view

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