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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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Kristen Eichensehr, United States Fails to Secure Multilateral Snapback Sanctions Against Iran, 115 American Journal of International Law 140-146 (2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Trump Grants Clemency to Former Blackwater Contractors Convicted of War Crimes in Iraq and Associates Prosecuted Following the Mueller Investigation, 115 American Journal of International Law 329-334 (2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Investigations Continue into Mysterious Illness Affecting U.S. Officials in Havana and Elsewhere, 115 American Journal of International Law 528-535 (2021). view
Marliese Dalton & Dotan Oliar, Are Men and Women Creating Equal? Contextualizing Copyright and Gender, in Daniel Benoliel Intellectual Property, Innovation, and Global Inequality, Cambridge University Press (2021). view
Frederick Schauer, The Role of Rules in the Law of Evidence, in Christian Dahlman, Alex Stein, & Giovanni Tuzet Philosophical Foundations of Evidence Law, Oxford University Press, 69-82 (2021). view
Charles Barzun & Michael D. Gilbert, Conflict Avoidance in Constitutional Law, 107 Virginia Law Review 1-56 (2021). view
Naomi R. Cahn & June Carbone, Uncoupling, 53 Arizona State Law Journal 1-63 (2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Congress and the Trump Administration Spar Over U.S. Arms Sales to the Saudi-Led Coalition in Yemen, 115 American Journal of International Law 146-153 (2021). view
Frederick Schauer & Adrienne Stone, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Freedom of Speech, Oxford University Press (2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, U.S. Arrest of Former Mexican Defense Minister on Drug Charges Poses Challenges for Future Counter-Narcotics Cooperation, 115 American Journal of International Law 334-340 (2021). view
Malcolm Langford & David S. Law, eds., Research Methods in Constitutional Law: A Handbook , Edward Elgar Publishing (2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Biden Administration Imposes Sanctions and Seeks to Cement Alliances to Counter China and Russia, 115 American Journal of International Law 536-545 (2021). view
John C.P. Goldberg et al., Tort Law: Responsibilities and Redress, Wolters Kluwer (5 ed. 2021). view
Rich Hynes & Nathaniel Pattison, A Modern Poor Debtor's Oath, Virginia Law Review (2021). view
Frederick Schauer, Constructing Interpretation, 101 Boston University Law Review 103-132 (2021). view
Naomi R. Cahn & Linda C. McClain, Gendered Complications of COVID-19: Towards a Feminist Recovery Plan, 22 Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law 1-56 (2021). view
David A. Hoffman & Cathy Hwang, The Social Cost of Contract, 121 Columbia Law Review 979-1016 (2021). view
Frederick Schauer, What is ‘Speech’? The Question of Coverage, in Frederick Schauer & Adrienne Stone The Oxford Handbook of Freedom of Speech, Oxford University Press, 183-196 (2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Biden Administration Reverses Trump Administration Policies on Immigration and Asylum, 115 American Journal of International Law 340-347 (2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Biden Administration Launches Reset in Relations with Saudi Arabia, Withdraws Support for Saudi-Led War in Yemen, 115 American Journal of International Law 545-553 (2021). view
Charles Barzun, The Common Law and Critical Theory, 92 University of Colorado Law Review 1221-1236 (2021). view
Thomas C. Berg & Douglas Laycock, Protecting Free Exercise Under Smith and After Smith, 2020-2021 Cato Supreme Court Review 33 (2021). view
Michael G. Collins & Jonathan Remy Nash, The Certificate of Division and the Early Supreme Court, Southern California Law Review (2021). view
Frederick Schauer, Free Speech and Commercial Advertising, in Frederick Schauer & Adrienne Stone The Oxford Handbook of Freedom of Speech, Oxford University Press, 473-484 (2021). view
Payvand Ahdout, Direct Collateral Review, 121 Columbia Law Review 159-213 (2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, U.S. Supreme Court Rules that the Foreign Sovereign Immunity Act's Expropriation Exception Does Not Extend to Domestic Takings, 115 American Journal of International Law 553-558 (2021). view
Julia D. Mahoney, Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid: Takings Litigation and the Future of the Regulatory State, Eminent Domain and Land Valuation Litigation, 2021 ALI-CLE 197 (2021). view
Marliese Dalton & Dotan Oliar, Are Men and Women Creating Equal? Contextualizing Copyright and Gender, in Intellectual Property, Innovation, and Global Inequality (2021). view
Steven D. Walt & Bruno Zeller, Interpretation Revisited—Has Transnational Law Complicated the Interpretive Mandate? (2021). view
Nestor M. Davidson & Richard C. Schragger, Do Local Governments Really Have Too Much Power? Understanding the National League of Cities’ Principles of Home Rule for the Twenty-First Century, North Carolina Law Review (2021). view
Frederick Schauer & Adrienne Stone, Introduction, in Adrienne Stone & Frederick Schauer The Oxford Handbook of Freedom of Speech, Oxford University Press (2021). view
Thomas Frampton, Hanging Up the Robe, 33 Federal Sentencing Reporter 184-187 (2021). view
Kiel Brennan-Marquez, Darryl K. Brown & Stephen E. Henderson, The Trial Lottery, 56 Wake Forest Law Review 1-45 (2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Military Coup in Burma Draws International Condemnation and Pressure, 115 American Journal of International Law 558-567 (2021). view
Darryl K. Brown, Disclosure, Security, Technology: Challenges in Pre-trial Access to Evidence, in Ronald F. Wright, Kay L. Levine, & Russell M. Gold The Oxford Handbook of Prosecutors and Prosecution, Oxford University Press, 101-116 (2021). view
Julia D. Mahoney, Foreword: Sustainability in the City, 45 William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review 627-635 (2021). view
A. E. Dick Howard, The 1971 Virginia Constitution: Promoting the Common Benefit, Richmond Times-Dispatch 1D (December 27, 2020). view
Elizabeth A. Rowe & Sharon K. Sandeen, Trade Secret Law: Cases and Materials, West Academic (3 ed. 2020). view
A. E. Dick Howard, Virginia’s 1902 Constitution: The Era of Disenfranchisement, Richmond Times-Dispatch 1D (December 20, 2020). view
Kristen Eichensehr, “Strategic Silence” and State-Sponsored Hacking: The US Gov’t and SolarWinds, Just Security (December 18, 2020). view
Elizabeth A. Rowe, Regulating Facial Recognition Technology in the Private Sector, 24 Stanford Technology Law Review 1-54 (2020). view
David Evans & Thomas B. Nachbar, Algorithms Are Running Foul of Anti-Discrimination Law, Brink: The Edge of Risk (December 7, 2020). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Why Aren’t There Even More Women Political Leaders?, Forbes (December 6, 2020). view
Ashley S. Deeks, Can Tech Companies and Local Governments Mitigate Abuses of Government Secrecy?, Lawfare (December 3, 2020). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Cyberattacks, Accusations, and the Making of International Law, JOTWELL (2020). view
Barry Friedman & Rachel Harmon, Policing Priorities for the New Administration, NYU School of Law Policing Project & UVA Law Center for Criminal Justice (December, 2020). view
Joe Fore, On the Writing Process, Part II, Virginia Lawyer 62 (2020). view
Danielle K. Citron & Mary Anne Franks, The Internet As a Speech Conversion Machine and Other Myths Confounding Section 230 Reform Efforts, 2020 University of Chicago Legal Forum 45 (2020). view
Deborah Hellman & Kate Nicholson, We Must Not Leave the Vulnerable Out if We Have Health Care Rations, The Hill (December 1, 2020). view
Naomi R. Cahn, How to Be a Successful Leader in Our Work-From-Anywhere World, Forbes (November 15, 2020). view

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Nestor M. Davidson & Richard C. Schragger, Do Local Governments Really Have Too Much Power? Understanding the National League of Cities’ Principles of Home Rule for the Twenty-First Century, North Carolina Law Review (2021). view
Michael D. Gilbert & Mauricio Guim, Active Virtues, 98 Washington University Law Review 857-909 (2021). view
Leslie Kendrick, Miami Herald v. Tornillo: Freedom of Speech for Whom?, in M.C. Mirow & Howard M. Wasserman Painting Constitutional Law: Xavier Cortada’s Images of Constitutional Rights, Brill, 78-94 (2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, United States Fails to Secure Multilateral Snapback Sanctions Against Iran, 115 American Journal of International Law 140-146 (2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Trump Grants Clemency to Former Blackwater Contractors Convicted of War Crimes in Iraq and Associates Prosecuted Following the Mueller Investigation, 115 American Journal of International Law 329-334 (2021). view
Malcolm Langford & David S. Law, eds., Research Methods in Constitutional Law: A Handbook , Edward Elgar Publishing (2021). view
Marliese Dalton & Dotan Oliar, Are Men and Women Creating Equal? Contextualizing Copyright and Gender, in Intellectual Property, Innovation, and Global Inequality (2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Contemporary Practice of the United States Relating to International Law, 115 American Journal of International Law (2021). view
Andrew Hayashi & Rich Hynes, Protectionist Property Taxes, 106 Iowa Law Review 1091-1151 (2021). view
Naomi R. Cahn & June Carbone, Uncoupling, 53 Arizona State Law Journal 1-63 (2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Congress and the Trump Administration Spar Over U.S. Arms Sales to the Saudi-Led Coalition in Yemen, 115 American Journal of International Law 146-153 (2021). view
Frederick Schauer, Normative Legal Positivism, in Torben Spaak & Patricia Mindus The Cambridge Companion to Legal Positivism, Cambridge University Press, 61-78 (2021). view
Frederick Schauer & Adrienne Stone, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Freedom of Speech, Oxford University Press (2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, U.S. Arrest of Former Mexican Defense Minister on Drug Charges Poses Challenges for Future Counter-Narcotics Cooperation, 115 American Journal of International Law 334-340 (2021). view
Julia D. Mahoney, Foreword: Sustainability in the City, 45 William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review 627-635 (2021). view
David A. Hoffman & Cathy Hwang, The Social Cost of Contract, 121 Columbia Law Review 979-1016 (2021). view
Frederick Schauer, What is ‘Speech’? The Question of Coverage, in Frederick Schauer & Adrienne Stone The Oxford Handbook of Freedom of Speech, Oxford University Press, 183-196 (2021). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Biden Administration Reverses Trump Administration Policies on Immigration and Asylum, 115 American Journal of International Law 340-347 (2021). view
Robert D. Cooter & Michael D. Gilbert, Constitutional Law and Economics, in Malcolm Langford & David Law Research Methods in Constitutional Law: A Handbook , Edward Elgar Publishing (2021). view
Saikrishna Prakash, The Living Presidency: Always at a Crossroads, in Michael Nelson & Barbara A. Perry The Presidency: Facing Constitutional Crossroads, University of Virginia Press, 7-27 (2021). view
Thomas B. Nachbar, Less Restrictive Alternatives and the Ancillary Restraints Doctrine, Seattle University Law Review (2021). view
Richard L. Hasen & Douglas Laycock, Modern American Remedies: Cases and Materials, 2020 Supplement, Wolters Kluwer (5 ed. 2021). view
Frederick Schauer, Free Speech and Commercial Advertising, in Frederick Schauer & Adrienne Stone The Oxford Handbook of Freedom of Speech, Oxford University Press, 473-484 (2021). view
Nelson Camilo Sánchez León, Roles and Responsibilities of the Private Sector in Transitional Justice Processes in Latin America: The Cases of Colombia, Guatemala, and Argentina, Global Initiative for Justice Truth & Reconciliation (2021). view
Thomas B. Nachbar, Nuremburg and the Role(s) of Accountability in the Law of Armed Conflict, 229 Military Law Review 237-251 (2021). view
Kenneth S. Abraham, Police Liability Insurance after Repeal of Qualified Immunity, and Before, 56 Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Law Journal 31-52 (2021). view
Daniel J. Meador & Gregory Mitchell, American Courts, West Academic (4 ed. 2021). view
Thomas Frampton, Hanging Up the Robe, 33 Federal Sentencing Reporter 184-187 (2021). view
Naomi R. Cahn & June Carbone, Family Law and Emotion, in Susan A. Bandes et al. Research Handbook on Law and Emotion, Edward Elgar Publishing, 197-214 (2021). view
Charles Barzun, The Tale of Two Harts; A Schlegelian Dialectic, 69 Buffalo Law Review 9-42 (2021). view
Richard M. Re, Precedent as Permission, 99 Texas Law Review 907-949 (2021). view
Kim Forde-Mazrui, Why the Equal Rights Amendment Would Endanger Women’s Equality: Lessons from Colorblind Constitutionalism, 16 Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy 1-63 (2021). view
Mauricio Guim & Michael A. Livermore, Where Nature’s Rights Go Wrong, 107 Virginia Law Review 1347-1419 (2021). view
Douglas Laycock & al. et, A Tribute to Professor Doug Rendleman, 78 Washington & Lee Law Review 1, 28-32 (2021). view
Ruth Mason, Special Report on EU State Aid: Part 9—State Aid Enforcement After Amazon, 171 Tax Notes Federal 1395-1402 (2021). view
Payvand Ahdout, Beyond The Notorious: A Tribute To My Justice, 121 Columbia Law Review 577-581 (2021). view
A. E. Dick Howard, The 1971 Virginia Constitution: Promoting the Common Benefit, Richmond Times-Dispatch 1D (December 27, 2020). view
Elizabeth A. Rowe & Sharon K. Sandeen, Trade Secret Law: Cases and Materials, West Academic (3 ed. 2020). view
A. E. Dick Howard, Virginia’s 1902 Constitution: The Era of Disenfranchisement, Richmond Times-Dispatch 1D (December 20, 2020). view
Kristen Eichensehr, “Strategic Silence” and State-Sponsored Hacking: The US Gov’t and SolarWinds, Just Security (December 18, 2020). view
Elizabeth A. Rowe, Regulating Facial Recognition Technology in the Private Sector, 24 Stanford Technology Law Review 1-54 (2020). view
David Evans & Thomas B. Nachbar, Algorithms Are Running Foul of Anti-Discrimination Law, Brink: The Edge of Risk (December 7, 2020). view
Naomi R. Cahn, Why Aren’t There Even More Women Political Leaders?, Forbes (December 6, 2020). view
Ashley S. Deeks, Can Tech Companies and Local Governments Mitigate Abuses of Government Secrecy?, Lawfare (December 3, 2020). view
Kristen Eichensehr, Cyberattacks, Accusations, and the Making of International Law, JOTWELL (2020). view
Joe Fore, On the Writing Process, Part II, Virginia Lawyer 62 (2020). view
Danielle K. Citron & Mary Anne Franks, The Internet As a Speech Conversion Machine and Other Myths Confounding Section 230 Reform Efforts, 2020 University of Chicago Legal Forum 45 (2020). view
Deborah Hellman & Kate Nicholson, We Must Not Leave the Vulnerable Out if We Have Health Care Rations, The Hill (December 1, 2020). view
Barry Friedman & Rachel Harmon, Policing Priorities for the New Administration, NYU School of Law Policing Project & UVA Law Center for Criminal Justice (December, 2020). view
Naomi R. Cahn, How to Be a Successful Leader in Our Work-From-Anywhere World, Forbes (November 15, 2020). view

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