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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).
Richard C. Schragger, The Attack on American Cities, 49 Environmental Law Reporter, 10761–10766 (2019).
Quinn Curtis, The Fiduciary Rule Controversy and the Future of Investment Advice, 9 Harvard Business Law Review, 53–100 (2019).
Cuéllar Mariano-Florentino et al., Administrative Law: The American Public Law System: Cases and Materials, West Academic (8 ed. 2019).
Dotan Oliar, Empirical Studies of Copyright Registration, in Peter S. Menell & David L. Schwartz Research Handbook on the Economics of Intellectual Property Law, Edward Elgar, 533–546 (2019).
G. Edward White, Falsity and the First Amendment, 72 Southern Methodist University Law Review, 513–533 (2019).
Richard M. Re, Second Thoughts on 'One Last Chance'?, 66 UCLA Law Review, 634–653 (2019).
Kenneth S. Abraham & G. Edward White, The Puzzle of the Dignitary Torts, 104 Cornell Law Review, 317–380 (2019).
Jessica Lowe, Murder in the Shenandoah: Making Law Sovereign in Revolutionary Virginia, Cambridge University Press (2019).
Saikrishna Prakash, Speaking with a Different Voice: Why the Military Trial of Civilians and the Enemy Is Constitutional, 107 California Law Review, 1021–1041 (2019).
A. Benjamin Spencer, Acing Civil Procedure: A Checklist Approach to Solving Procedural Problems, West Academic (5 ed. 2019).
Lawrence B. Solum, Simple-Minded Originalism? Simply Wrong!, in Heidi M. Hurd Moral Puzzles and Legal Perplexities: Essays on the Influence of Larry Alexander, Cambridge University Press, 189 (2019).
Kimberly D. Krawiec, Kidneys Without Money, 175 Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 4–19 (2019).
Craig Konnoth & others, U.S. Supreme Court Amici Curiae Brief of Law & History Professors in Support of Respondents in R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes, Inc. v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, No. 18-107, (2019).
Ashley S. Deeks, The Judicial Demand for Explainable Artificial Intelligence, 119 Columbia Law Review, 1829–1850 (2019).
John C. Harrison, Public Rights, Private Privileges, and Article III, 54 Georgia Law Review, 143–216 (2019).
Ruth Mason & Leopoldo Parada, Company Size Matters, 2019 British Tax Review, 610–650 (2019).
Richard C. Schragger, Federalism, Metropolitanism, and the Problem of States, 105 Virginia Law Review, 1537–1604 (2019).
Sarah Seo & G. Edward White, Seven Recommendations, 9 Journal of Law 223–232 (2019).
Kenneth S. Abraham & Leslie Kendrick, There’s No Such Thing as Affirmative Duty, 104 Iowa Law Review, 1649–1698 (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).
Deborah Hellman, The Epistemic Function of Fusing Equal Protection and Due Process, 28 William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal, 383–405 (2019).
Danielle K. Citron, Why Combating Online Abuse Is Good for Free Speech, in Susan Brison & Katharine Gelber Free Speech in the Digital Age, Oxford University Press, 122–136 (2019).
Rebecca Green & A. E. Dick Howard, A Chance to End Gerrymandering in Virginia, Virginian-Pilot 19A (December 9, 2018).
George Rutherglen, From the Sword of Damocles to Acupuncture Needles – A Commentary on Pressure Point: The ICC’s Impact on National Justice, Justice in Conflict (December 7, 2018).
Darryl K. Brown, Reforming Criminal Justice by Reforming Lawyers (reviewing Benjamin H. Barton & Stephanos Bibas, Rebooting Justice: More Technology, Fewer Lawyers, and the Future of Law) Regulatory Review (2018).
Farah Peterson, Black Lives and the Boston Massacre, American Scholar (December 3, 2018).
Kimberly J. Robinson, Restructuring the Elementary and Secondary Education Act's Approach to Equity, 103 Minnesota Law Review, 915–998 (2018).
Laura L. Kimberly et al., Ethical Issues in Gender-Affirming Care for Youth, 142 Pediatrics (2018).
Michael D. Gilbert & Samir Sheth, Super PACs and the Market for Data, Harvard Law Review Blog (November 2, 2018).
Elissa Benedek et al., APA Resource Document on Risk-Based Gun Removal Laws, 37 Developments in Mental Health Law 6–16 (2018).
Richard J. Bonnie & Jeffrey W. Swanson, Extreme Risk Protection Orders - Effective Tools for Keeping Guns out of Dangerous Hands, 37 Developments in Mental Health Law 2–6 (2018).
Amanda Frost, In Defense of Nationwide Injunctions, 93 New York University Law Review, 1065–1119 (2018).
Michal Barzuza, Inefficient Tailoring: The Private Ordering Paradox in Corporate Law, 8 Harvard Business Law Review, 131–181 (2018).
Thomas W. Merrill et al., Text over Intent and the Demise of Legislative History, 43 University of Dayton Law Review, 103–128 (2018).
Beatrice Gordon et al., Environmental Water Transactions in the Colorado River Basin: A Closer Look, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment (2018).
Elizabeth A. Rowe, Sharing Data, 104 Iowa Law Review, 287 (2018).
Robert Chesney & Danielle K. Citron, Disinformation on Steroids: The Threat of Deep Fakes, Council on Foreign Relations (October 16, 2018).
Aditya Bamzai & David N. Goldman, The Takings Clause, the Tucker Act, and Knick v. Township of Scott, Yale Journal of Regulation: Notice & Comment (October 9, 2018).
Naomi R. Cahn, Fairness for Christine Blasey Ford, Forbes (September 20, 2018).
Paul G. Mahoney, Did Deregulation End the “Quiet Period” of Low-Risk Banking?, CLS Blue Sky Blog (September 18, 2018).
Ashley S. Deeks, Will Trump Sanction China's Use of Facial Recognition Software?, Lawfare (September 14, 2018).
Stuart Green & Deborah Hellman, Bribery, Crowdfunding, and the Strange Case of Senator Susan Collins, The Atlantic (September 14, 2018).
Kevin Cope & Joshua Fischman, It’s Hard to Find a Federal Judge More Conservative than Brett Kavanaugh, Washington Post (September 5, 2018).
Michael A. Livermore, Tainted Review, Regulatory Review (August 29, 2018).
Charles Barzun, This Episode of Black Mirror Sucks: On Civil Discourse and Political Faith, The Point (August 24, 2018).
George K. Yin, It Would Take Exactly One Senator to Get Trump’s Taxes, Politico (August 24, 2018).