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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).
Bertrall Ross, Administrative Constitutionalism as Popular Constitutionalism, 167 University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 1783–1822 (2019).
Kenneth S. Abraham & G. Edward White, Torts Without Names, New Torts, and the Future of Liability for Intangible Harm, 68 American University Law Review, 2089–2144 (2019).
Kimberly J. Robinson, A Congressional Right to Education: Promises, Pitfalls, and Politics, in Kimberly Jenkins Robinson A Federal Right to Education: Fundamental Questions for Our Democracy, NYU Press, 186–207 (2019).
Micah J. Schwartzman, Lying as a Political Wrong, 38 Law & Philosophy 507–515 (2019).
Naomi R. Cahn, Alyssa DiRusso & Susan N. Gary, Wills, Trusts, and Estates in Focus, Wolters Kluwer (2019).
Michal Barzuza, Proxy Access for Board Diversity, 99 Boston University Law Review, 1279–1299 (2019).
Kimberly Kessler Ferzan, The Means Principles and Optimific Wrongs, in Heidi M. Hurd Moral Puzzles and Legal Perplexities: Essays on the Influence of Larry Alexander, Cambridge University Press, 333–349 (2019).
Dayna Bowen Matthew, On Charlottesville, 105 Virginia Law Review, 269–341 (2019).
Frederick Schauer, Dialogue and Its Discontents, in Geoffrey Sigalet, Grégoire C. N. Webber, & Rosalind Dixon Constitutional Dialogue: Rights, Democracy, Institutions, Cambridge University Press, 423–435 (2019).
Naomi R. Cahn, Review of Hertz & Nelson, <em>Random Families</em> (reviewing Rosanna Hertz & Margaret K. Nelson, Random Families: Genetic Strangers, Sperm Donor Siblings, and the Creation of New Kin) 56 Society 524 (2019).
Lawrence B. Solum, Lies and Free Speech Values, 38 Law & Philosophy 495 (2019).
Richard L. Hasen & Douglas Laycock, Modern American Remedies: Cases and Materials, Wolters Kluwer (5 ed. 2019).
David S. Law, Constitutional Dialects: The Language of Transnational Legal Orders, in Gregory C. Shaffer, Tom Ginsburg, & Terence C. Halliday Constitution-Making and Transnational Legal Order, Cambridge University Press, 110–155 (2019).
Bertrall Ross & Douglas M. Spencer, Passive Voter Suppression: Campaign Mobilization and the Effective Disfranchisement of the Poor, 114 Northwestern University Law Review, 633–704 (2019).
Larry Alexander & Kimberly Kessler Ferzan, eds., The Palgrave Handbook of Applied Ethics and the Criminal Law, Palgrave Macmillan (2019).
Brandon L. Garrett, Alexander Jakubow & John T. Monahan, Judicial Reliance on Risk Assessment in Sentencing Drug and Property Offenders: A Test of the Treatment Resource Hypothesis, 46 Criminal Justice & Behavior 799–810 (2019).
Kimberly J. Robinson, The Essential Questions Regarding a Federal Right to Education, in Kimberly Jenkins Robinson A Federal Right to Education: Fundamental Questions for Our Democracy, NYU Press, 1–32 (2019).
Micah J. Schwartzman, Official Intentions and Political Legitimacy: The Case of the Travel Ban, in Jack Knight & Melissa Schwartzberg Political Legitimacy, NYU Press, 201–230 (2019).
Daniel J. Capra, Graham C. Lilly & Stephen A. Saltzburg, Principles of Evidence, West (8 ed. 2019).
Kimberly Kessler Ferzan, Defense and Desert: When Reasons Don’t Share, 55 San Diego Law Review, 265–290 (2019).
Frederick Schauer, Every Possible Use of Language?, in Lee C. Bollinger & Geoffrey R. Stone The Free Speech Century, Oxford University Press, 3–47 (2019).
Leslie Kendrick, The Book Has Two Faces: Trevor Ross’s Writing in Public: Literature and the Liberty of the Press in Eighteenth-Century Britain, 6 Critical Analysis of Law 174 (2019).
Aditya Bamzai, Delegation and Interpretive Discretion: <em>Gundy</em>, <em>Kisor</em>, and the Formation and Future of Administrative Law, 133 Harvard Law Review, 164–199 (2019).
Kimberly Kessler Ferzan, Stand Your Ground, in Larry Alexander & Kimberly Kessler Ferzen The Palgrave Handbook of Applied Ethics and the Criminal Law, Palgrave Macmillan, 731–749 (2019).
Jason S. Johnston, The EPA’s Conflicted “Science” on Fine Particle Mortality, in Patrick J. Michaels & Terence Kealey Scientocracy: The Tangled Web of Public Science and Public Policy, Cato Institute, 257–289 (2019).
Dayna Bowen Matthew, Two Threats to Precision Medicine Equity, 29 (supp. 3) Ethnicity & Disease 629–640 (2019).
Kimberly J. Robinson, ed., A Federal Right to Education: Fundamental Questions for Our Democracy, NYU Press (2019).
Micah J. Schwartzman & Jocelyn Wilson, The Unreasonableness of Catholic Integralism, 56 San Diego Law Review, 1039–1067 (2019).
Brandon L. Garrett & Gregory Mitchell, The Impact of Proficiency Testing Information and Error Aversions on the Weight Given to Fingerprint Evidence, 37 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 195–210 (2019).
Frederick Schauer, Intentions in Tension, in Heidi M. Hurd Moral Puzzles and Legal Perplexities: Essays on the Influence of Larry Alexander, Cambridge University Press, 206–220 (2019).
Pierre-Hugues Verdier, The New Financial Extraterritoriality, 87 George Washington Law Review, 239–314 (2019).
Michael D. Gilbert, The Law and Economics of Entrenchment, 54 Georgia Law Review, 64–109 (2019).
Douglas Laycock, Book Review (reviewing Robin Fretwell Wilson ed., The Contested Place of Religion in Family Law) 61 Journal of Church and State 332 (2019).
Charles Barzun, Constructing Originalism or: Why Professors Baude and Sachs Should Learn to Stop Worrying and Love Ronald Dworkin, 105 Virginia Law Review Online, 128–148 (2019).
Joe Fore, “A Court Would Likely (60-75%) Find”: Defining Verbal Probability Expressions in Predictive Legal Analysis, 16 Legal Communication & Rhetoric 49–84 (2019).
Leslie Kendrick, Lies and Free Speech Values, 38 Law & Philosophy 495–506 (2019).
George Rutherglen, The Thirteenth Amendment in Legal Theory, 104 Cornell Law Review Online, 160–172 (2019).
Janet L. Dolgin & Lois Shepherd, Bioethics and the Law, Aspen (4 ed. 2019).
Kristen Eichensehr, Digital Switzerlands, 167 University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 665–732 (2019).
Paul B. Stephan, One Voice in Foreign Relations and Federal Common Law, 60 Virginia Journal of International Law, 1–49 (2019).
Richard J. Bonnie et al., Pain Management and Opioid Regulation: Continuing Public Health Challenges, 109 American Journal of Public Health 31–34 (2019).
Leslie Kendrick, A Fixed Star in Shifting Skies: Barnette and Civil Rights Law, 13 Florida International University Law Review, 729–740 (2019).
John T. Monahan & Jeffrey Swanson, Lawyers at the Peak of Their Careers: A 30-Year Longitudinal Study of Job and Life Satisfaction, 16 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 4–25 (2019).