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Publications from 2020

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Reflections on Rural Resilience: As the Climate Changes, Will Rural Areas Become the Urban Backyard?, Elizabeth Andrews and Jesse Reiblich

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Theories of Prosecution, Jeffrey Bellin
108 California Law Review 1203-1253 (2020)

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Property's Problem with Extremes, Lynda L. Butler
55 Wake Forest Law Review 1-53 (2020)

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Keeping AI Under Observation: Anticipated Impacts on Physicians' Standard of Care, Iria Giuffrida and Taylor Treece
22 Tulane Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property 111-123 (2020)

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Candidate Privacy, Rebecca Green
95 Washington Law Review 205-257 (2020)

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Knowing How to Know: Secondary Liability for Speech in Copyright Law, Laura A. Heymann
55 Wake Forest Law Review 333-380 (2020)

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Underwriting Crowdfunding, Darian M. Ibrahim
25 Stanford Journal of Law, Business & Finance 289-311 (2020)

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Judging "Under Fire" and the Retreat to Facts, Allison Orr Larsen

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Innovating Federalism in the Life Sciences, Myrisha S. Lewis
92 Temple Law Review 383-443 (2020)

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Three Questions About "Stand Your Ground" Laws, Cynthia V. Ward
95 Notre Dame Law Review Reflection 119-138 (2020)

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Free Speech Idealism, Timothy Zick
55 Tulsa Law Review 303-309 (2020)

Publications from 2019

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Fourth Amendment Textualism, Jeffrey Bellin
118 Michigan Law Review 233-283 (2019)

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The Power of Prosecutors, Jeffrey Bellin
94 New York University Law Review 171-212 (2019)

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Policing the Admissibility of Body Camera Evidence, Jeffrey Bellin and Shevarma Pemberton
87 Fordham Law Review 1425-1457 (2019)

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Corporations as Semi-States, Jay Butler
57 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 221-282 (2019)

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A Tax on the Clones: The Strange Case of Bitcoin Cash, Eric D. Chason
39 Virginia Tax Review 1-37 (2019)

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Cryptocurrency Hard Forks and Revenue Ruling 2019-24, Eric D. Chason
39 Virginia Tax Review 279-286 (2019)

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How Bitcoin Functions As Property Law, Eric D. Chason
49 Seton Hall Law Review 129-171 (2019)

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Investigative Delegations: Predictable Predicaments, Nancy Amoury Combs
113 AJIL Unbound 267-272 (2019)

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Unequal Enforcement of the Law: Targeting Aggressors for Mass Atrocity Prosecutions, Nancy Amoury Combs
61 Arizona Law Review 155-204 (2019)

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An Organizational Account of State Standing, Katherine Mims Crocker
94 Notre Dame Law Review 2057-2089 (2019)

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Qualified Immunity and Constitutional Structure, Katherine Mims Crocker
117 Michigan Law Review 1405-1461 (2019)

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State Constitutionalism in the Age of Party Polarization, Neal Devins
71 Rutgers University Law Review 1129-1176 (2019)

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Virtual Briefing at the Supreme Court, Jeffrey L. Fisher and Allison Orr Larsen
105 Cornell Law Review 85-136 (2019)

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Criminal-Justice Apps: A Modest Step Toward Democratizing the Criminal Process, Adam M. Gershowitz
105 Virginia Law Review Online 37-56 (2019)

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Justice on the Line: Prosecutorial Screening Before Arrest, Adam M. Gershowitz
2019 University of Illinois Law Review 833-873

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The Challenge of Convincing Ethical Prosecutors That Their Profession Has a Brady Problem, Adam M. Gershowitz
16 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 307-324 (2019)

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Liability for AI Decision-Making: Some Legal and Ethical Considerations, Iria Giuffrida
88 Fordham Law Review 439-456 (2019)

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Counterfeit Campaign Speech, Rebecca Green
70 Hastings Law Journal 1445-1489 (2019)

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Forward: Some Puzzles of State Standing, Tara Leigh Grove
94 Notre Dame Law Review 1883-1892 (2019)

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Government Standing and the Fallacy of Institutional Injury, Tara Leigh Grove
167 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 611-663 (2019)

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The Supreme Court's Legitimacy Dilemma, Tara Leigh Grove
132 Harvard Law Review 2240-2276 (2019)

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Information Asymmetry and the Protection of Ordinary Investors, Kevin S. Haeberle
53 U.C. Davis Law Review 145-195 (2019)

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Pay Now, Play Later?: Youth and Adolescent Collision Sports, Vivian E. Hamilton
71 Hastings Law Journal 151-196 (2019)

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Retrospective: 30 Lessons Learned (and a Few Strokes of Luck) at The Crossroads, James S. Heller
111 Law Library Journal 121-144 (2019)

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Back to the Future: ABA Law School Accreditation in the 21st Century and America's First Law School's Battle to Survive in the 1970s, James S. Heller and Simon F. Zagata
111 Law Library Journal 509-550 (2019)

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Reasonable Appropriation and Reader Response, Laura A. Heymann
9 U.C. Irvine Law Review 343-365 (2019)

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Who Owns (What We Characterize as) the News?, Laura A. Heymann
6 Critical Analysis of Law 229-239 (2019)

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Public or Private Venture Capital?, Darian M. Ibrahim
94 Washington Law Review 1137-1174 (2019)

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Of Piketty and Perpetuities: Dynastic Wealth in the Twenty-First Century (and Beyond), Eric Kades
60 Boston College Law Review 145-215 (2019)

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American Democratic Deficit in Assisted Reproductive Technology Innovation, Myrisha S. Lewis
45 American Journal of Law & Medicine 130-170 (2019)

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Wickard Through an Antitrust Lens, Alan J. Meese
60 William & Mary Law Review 1335-1393 (2019)

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Right on Time: First Possession in Property and Intellectual Property, Dotan Oliar and James Y. Stern
99 Boston University Law Review 395-458 (2019)

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Temple, Talmud, and Sacrament: Some Christian Thoughts on Halakhah, Nathan B. Oman
64 Villanova Law Review 743-756 (2019)

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Cutting Pension Rights for Public Workers: Don't Look to the Courts for Help, Ronald H. Rosenberg
62 Howard Law Journal 541-603 (2019)

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Out of the Quandary: Personal Jurisdiction Over Absent Class Member Claims Explained, A. Benjamin Spencer
39 The Review of Litigation 31-52 (2019)

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Pleading Conditions of the Mind Under Rule 9(b): Repairing the Damage Wrought by Iqbal, A. Benjamin Spencer
41 Cardozo Law Review 1015-1056 (2019)

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Substance, Procedure, and the Rules Enabling Act, A. Benjamin Spencer
66 UCLA Law Review 654-719 (2019)

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The Territorial Reach of Federal Courts, A. Benjamin Spencer
71 Florida Law Review 979-1015 (2019)

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Who Owns the Law? How to Restore Public Ownership of Legal Publication, Leslie A. Street and David R. Hansen
26 Journal of Intellectual Property Law 205-248 (2019)

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Book Review of Criminal Culpability and the Political Meaning of Age, Cynthia Ward
38 Criminal Justice Ethics 123-137 (2019)

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The Second Amendment as a Fundamental Right, Timothy Zick
46 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 621-682 (2019)

Publications from 2018

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The Right to Counsel in Criminal Cases: Still a National Crisis?, Mary Sue Backus and Paul Marcus
86 George Washington Law Review 1564-1603 (2018)

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Reassessing Prosecutorial Power Through the Lens of Mass Incarceration, Jeffrey Bellin
116 Michigan Law Review 835-857 (2018)

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The Silence Penalty, Jeffrey Bellin
103 Iowa Law Review 395-434 (2018)

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Statutory Interpretation and the Rest of the Iceberg: Divergences between the Lower Federal Courts and the Supreme Court, Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl
68 Duke Law Journal 1-73 (2018)

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Deconstructing the Epistemic Challenges to Mass Atrocity Prosecutions, Nancy Amoury Combs
75 Washington and Lee Law Review 223-300 (2018)

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A Prudential Take on a Prudential Takings Doctrine, Katherine Mims Crocker
117 Michigan Law Review Online 39-54 (2018)

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Congress, the Courts, and Party Polarization: Why Congress Rarely Checks the President and Why the Courts Should Not Take Congress’s Place, Neal Devins
21 Chapman Law Review 55-81 (2018)

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Institutionalizing Resilience in U.S. Universities: Prospects, Opportunities, and Models, Morris Foster, James O'Donnell, Mark Luckenbach, Elizabeth Andrews, Emily Steinhilber, John Wells, and Mark Davis
52 Marine Technology Society Journal 106-110 (2018)

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The Internal Morality of International Law, Evan Fox-Decent and Evan J. Criddle
63 McGill Law Journal 765-781 (2018)

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Prosecutorial Dismissals as Teachable Moments (and Databases) for the Police, Adam M. Gershowitz
86 George Washington Law Review 1525-1551 (2018)

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The Surveillance Gap: The Harms of Extreme Privacy and Data Marginalization, Michele Gilman and Rebecca Green
42 New York University Review of Law and Social Change 253-307 (2018)

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A Legal Perspective on the Trials and Tribulations of AI: How Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things, Smart Contracts, and Other Technologies Will Affect the Law, Iria Giuffrida, Fredric Lederer, and Nicolas Vermeys
68 Case Western Reserve Law Review 747-781 (2018)

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The Erie Doctrine: A Flowchart, Michael S. Green
52 Akron Law Review 215-257 (2018)

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Redistricting Transparency, Rebecca Green
59 William & Mary Law Review 1787-1836 (2018)

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The Origins (and Fragility) of Judicial Independence, Tara Leigh Grove
71 Vanderbilt Law Review 465-545 (2018)

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The Power of "So-Called Judges", Tara Leigh Grove
93 N.Y.U. Law Review Online 14-20 (2018)

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A New Market-Based Approach to Securities Law, Kevin S. Haeberle
85 University of Chicago Law Review 1313-1393 (2018)

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Making a Market for Corporate Disclosure, Kevin S. Haeberle and M. Todd Henderson
35 Yale Journal on Regulation 383-436 (2018)

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Crowdfunding Signals, Darian M. Ibrahim
53 Georgia Law Review 197-233 (2018)

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The Natural Property Rights Straitjacket: The Takings Clause, Taxation, and Excessive Rigidity, Eric Kades
51 U.C. Davis Law Review 1351-1426 (2018)

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Constitutional Law in an Age of Alternative Facts, Allison Orr Larsen
93 New York University Law Review 175-248 (2018)

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Supreme Court Norms of Impersonality, Allison Orr Larsen
33 Constitutional Commentary, 373-387 (2018)

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Halted Innovation: The Expansion of Federal Jurisdiction over Medicine and the Human Body, Myrisha S. Lewis
28 Utah Law Review 1073-1122 (2018)

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How Subterranean Regulation Hinders Innovation in Assisted Reproductive Technology, Myrisha S. Lewis
39 Cardozo Law Review 1239-1302 (2018)

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The Emperor’s New Clothes: The Variety of Stakeholders in Climate Change Regulation Assuming the Mantle of Federal and International Authority, Linda A. Malone
79 Ohio State Law Journal 705-736 (2018)

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The Waters of Antarctica: Do They Belong to Some States, No States, Or All States?, Linda A. Malone
43 William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review 53-81 (2018)

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Too Ill to Be Killed: Mental and Physical Competency to Be Executed Pursuant to the Death Penalty, Linda A. Malone
51 Texas Tech Law Review 147-167 (2018)

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Fiction in the Code: Reading Legislation as Literature, Thomas J. McSweeney
34 Georgia State University Law Review 581-629 (2018)

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Beyond Gift and Bargain: Some Suggestions for Increasing Kidney Exchanges, Nathan B. Oman
81 Law and Contemporary Problems 37-66 (2018)

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The Best and Worst of Contracts Decisions: An Anthology, Nathan B. Oman, Daniel Barnhizer, Scott J. Burnham, Charles R. Calleros, Larry T. Garvin, Nadelle Grossman, F. E. Guerra-Pujol, Jeffrey L. Harrison, Hila Keren, Michael P. Malloy, Daniel P. O'Gorman, Deborah Post, Val Ricks, Rachel Arnow-Richman, Richard R. Carlson, Mark P. Gergen, Kenney Hegland, Nancy S. Kim, Jean Fleming Powers, and Cheryl B. Preston
45 Florida State University Law Review 887-1020 (2018)

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Infringement, Unbound, Sarah R. Wasserman Rajec
32 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 117-167 (2018)

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Restoring Fairness to Campus Sex Tribunals, Cynthia Ward
85 Tennessee Law Review 1073-1138 (2018)

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Arming Public Protests, Timothy Zick
104 Iowa Law Review 223-285 (2018)

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Managing Dissent, Timothy Zick
95 Washington University Law Review 1423-1457 (2018)

Publications from 2017

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One Good Plaintiff Is Not Enough, Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl
67 Duke Law Journal 481-556 (2017)

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The Jurisdiction Canon, Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl
70 Vanderbilt Law Review 499-563 (2017)

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Separating Amicus Wheat from Chaff, Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl and Adam Feldman
106 Georgetown Law Journal Online 135-150 (2017)

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Amnesty for Even the Worst Offenders, Jay Butler
95 Washington University Law Review 589-637 (2017)

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Property as a Management Institution, Lynda L. Butler
82 Brooklyn Law Review 1215-1274 (2017)

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Taxing Systemic Risk, Eric D. Chason
16 University of New Hampshire Law Review 1-49 (2017)

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Grave Crimes and Weak Evidence: Fact-Finding Evolution in International Criminal Law, Nancy Amoury Combs
58 Harvard International Law Journal 47-125 (2017)

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Liberty in Loyalty: A Republican Theory of Fiduciary Law, Evan J. Criddle
95 Texas Law Review 993-1060 (2017)

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Neuroscience Changes More Than You Can Think, Paul S. Davies and Peter A. Alces
2017 University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology & Policy 141-176

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Why Congress Does Not Challenge Judicial Supremacy, Neal Devins
58 William & Mary Law Review 1495-1548 (2017)

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Split Definitive: How Party Polarization Turned the Supreme Court Into a Partisan Court, Neal Devins and Lawrence Baum
2016 Supreme Court Review 301-366 (2017)

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The Vanishing Common Law Judge, Neal Devins and David Klein
165 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 595-631 (2017)

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Evaluating Stock-Trading Practices and Their Regulation, Merritt B. Fox and Kevin S. Haeberle
42 The Journal of Corporation Law 887-915 (2017)

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The Return of the Unprovided-For Case, Michael S. Green
51 Georgia Law Review 763-806 (2017)