"... We're talking here about mass murder, about conspiring to commit a massacre — one of the worst crimes in El Salvador's history — not securities fraud."
Richard A. Bierschbach: "Constitutionally Tailoring Punishment." Michigan Law Review (forthcoming 2013).
Lester Brickman: "'Double Dipping' in Asbestos (Mesothelioma) Litigation." Tulane Law Review (forthcoming May 2014).
Mitchell Engler: Noel B. Cunningham & Mitchell L. Engler. "Prescription for Corporate Income Tax Reform: A Corporate Consumption Tax." Tax Law Review (forthcoming 2013).
Brett Frischmann: Infrastructure: The Social Value of Shared Resources. Oxford University Press, March 2012. "Two Enduring Lessons from Elinor Ostrom." Journal of Institutional Economics (2013).
Myriam Gilles: "Tribal Rituals of the MDL." Journal of Tort Law (forthcoming 2013) "Operation Arbitration: Privatizing Medical Malpractice Claims." Theoretical Inquiries in Law (forthcoming 2013) "Crowd-classing Individual Arbitrations in a Post-Class Action Era" (with Anthony Sebok). Annual Clifford Symposium on Tort Law and Social Policy, DePaul Law Review (forthcoming 2013). "Gutting the Vindication-of-Rights Doctrine" George Washington Law Review (forthcoming 2013). "Killing Them With Kindness: Examining "Consumer-Friendly" Arbitration Clauses After AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion." 88 Notre Dame Law Review. 825 (2013).
Peter Goodrich: The Scene of the Mass Crime: History, Film and International Tribunals (with Christian Delage). Routledge, 2013. Legal Emblems and the Art of Law: Obiter Depicta as the Vision of Governance. Cambridge University Press, 2014. "Visiocracy: On the Futures of the Fingerpost." 39 Critical Inquiry 498-531. "The Political Theology of Private Law." 11 ICON 146-161 (2013). "The Foolosophy of Justice and the Enigma of Law." 24 Yale Journal of Law and Humanities 141-178 (2013). Peter Goodrich. (2014). Legal Rhetoric. In M. Macdonald (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Rhetorical Studies. Oxford University Press. Peter Goodrich. (2013). Screening Law. In M. Pasche & J. Radul (eds), A Thousand Eyes: Media, Technology, Law and Aesthetics. Sternberg Press.
Justin Hughes: "Traditional Knowledge, Cultural Expression, and the Siren's Call of Property." 49 San Diego Law Review 1215 (2013). "The Photographer's Copyright - Photograph as Art, Photograph at Database" 25 Harvard Journal on Law & Technology 339 (2012). "A Short History of 'Intellectual Property' in Relation to Copyright." 33 Cardozo Law Review 1293 (2012).
Kyron James Huigens: (2013). The Nature and Function of Criminal Theory. In Russell Christopher (Ed.), Fletcher's Essays on Criminal Law. Oxford University Press. (2012). Motivating Intentions, Reciprocal Specification of Ends, and the Assessment of Responsibility. In Ho Hock Lai and Amalia Amaya (Eds.), Law, Virtue and Justice. Hart Publishing.
Arthur J. Jacobson: "Job's Justice." 34 Cardozo Law Review 983 (2013). Arthur Jacobson and Bernhard Schlink (2012). Hate Speech and Self-Restraint. In Michael Herz and Peter Molnar (Eds.), The Content and Context of Hate Speech: Rethinking Regulation and Responses. Cambridge University Press. Arthur Jacobson and J. David Bleich (2012) Jewish Legal Tradition. In Mauro Bussani and Ugo Mattei (Eds.), The Cambridge Companion to Comparative Law. Cambridge University Press.
Melanie Leslie: "Accidental Inheritance: Retirement Accounts and the Hidden Law of Succession,"(with Stewart E. Sterk). 88 New York University Law Review (forthcoming 2014). "The Limits of Self-Regulation in the Charitable Sector."Symposium: Perpetual Conservation Easements: What Have We Learned and Where Should We Go From Here? University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law. Utah Law Review (forthcoming 2013). "The Myth Revisited: New Challenges for Testamentary Freedom." Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Workshop on Wealth, Families and Death: Socio-legal Perspectives on Wills and Inheritance, Bilbao, Spain, April 2013. The Oñati Socio-Legal Series (forthcoming 2014). Time to Sever the Dead Hand: Fisk University and the Cost of the Cy Pres Doctrine." 31 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 1 (2012).
Lela P. Love: "Silver Linings: Reimagining the Role of ADR Education in the Wake of the Great Recession" (with Brian Farkas). 6 Northeastern Law Journal 1 (2013). "Stories Mediators Tell: The Editors' Reflections" (with Eric Galton). 34 Cardozo Law Review 2409 (2013). Love, Lela; Menkel-Meadow, Carrie, and Andrea Schneider. Mediation: Practice, Policy and Ethics, 2nd Edition. Wolters Kluwer, 2013. Love, Lela and Joseph Stulberg. The Middle Voice: Mediating Conflict Successfully, 2nd Edition. Carolina Academic Press, 2013. Love, Lela and Eric Galton (Ed.). Stories Mediators Tell. ABA Publishing, 2012. Lela Love & Sukhsimranjit Singh (2013). Following the Golden Rule and Finding Gold: Generosity and Success in Negotiation. In James R. Coben and Andrew Wei-Min Lee (Eds.), Educating Negotiators for a Connected World: Volume 4 in the Rethinking Negotiation Teaching Series. DRI Press.
Peter L. Markowitz: "Constitutional Venue" (with Lindsay Nash). Florida Law Review (forthcoming 2013).
Deborah Pearlstein: "Targeting Procedures and the U.S. Constitution." American Constitution Society Issue Brief (2013). "Law at the End of War" (work in progress, presented at the Sixth Annual National Security Law Faculty Workshop, cosponsored by The University of Texas School of Law, the International Committee of the Red Cross, and the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General Legal Center and School). "The Soldier, the State, and the Separation of Powers."90 Texas Law Review 797 (2012). "Detention Debates."110 Michigan Law Review 1045 (2012). "The Role of International Law in Domestic Courts." National Security Law in the News (2012).
Jessica Roth: "The Anomaly of Entrapment." 91 Washington University Law Review 4 (forthcoming 2014).
David Rudenstine: "Self-Government and the Judicial Function - Essay/Book Review of J. Harvie Wilkinson's Cosmic Constitutional Theory: Why Americans are Losing their Inalienable Right to Self-Governance." 2 Texas Law Review 92 (2013). "The Irony of a Faustian Bargain: A Reconsideration of the Supreme Court's 1953 United States v. Reynolds Decision." 34 Cardozo Law Review 1283 (2013). "Roman Roots for an Imperial Presidency: Revisiting Clinton Rossiter's 1948 Constitutional Dictatorship: Crisis Government in the Modern Democracies." 34 Cardozo Law Review 1063 (2013).
Anthony Sebok: Comparative Tort Law (edited w/ Mauro Bussani). Edward Elgar Publishing, forthcoming 2014. Normative Theories of Punitive Damages: The Case of Deterrence. John Oberdieck, (Ed.) in Philosophical Foundations of the Law of Torts. Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2014. "What We Talk About When We Talk About Control." 82 Fordham Law Review (forthcoming 2014). "Operation Arbitration": Massing Individual Arbitrations in a Post-Class Action Era" (with Myriam Gilles). 63 DePaul Law Review (forthcoming 2014). "Characterizing the Parties' Relationship in Litigation Investment: Contract and Tort Good Faith Norms" (with W. Bradley Wendel). 66 Vanderbilt Law Review (forthcoming 2013). Tort Law: Responsibilities and Redress, Third Edition (with John C.P. Goldberg & Benjamin Zipursky). Aspen Law & Business, 2012. The U.S. Supreme Court's Theory of Common Law Punitive Damages: An Inauspicious Start. Lotte Meurkens and Emily Nordin (Eds.) in The Power of Punitive Damages: Is Europe Missing Out? Intersentia Press, 2012. Adversarial Legalism and the Emergence of a New European Legality: A Comparative Perspective (with Lars Trägårdh). Austin Sarat, Lawrence Douglas, and Martha Merrill Umphrey (Eds.) in Imagining New Legalities: Privacy and Its Possibilities in the 21st Century. Stanford University Press, 2012. "The Failed Promise of a General Theory of Pure Economic Loss: An Accident of History?" 61 DePaul Law Review 615 (2012).
Kate Shaw: "Constitutional Non-Defense in the States." 113 Columbia Law Review (forthcoming March 2014). "Campaign Finance Reform and the Rhetoric and Reality of Disclosure" (with Jennifer A. Heerwig). 102 Georgetown Law Journal (forthcoming 2014).
Alex Stein: "Intellectual Property Defenses" (with Gideon Parchomovsky). 113 Columbia Law Review (October 2013). "Evidence, Probability, and the Burden of Proof" (with Ronald J. Allen). 55 Arizona Law Review (October 2013). "Are People Probabilistically Challenged? Review of Daniel Kahneman, Thinking, Fast and Slow." 111 Michigan Law Review 855 (2013). "The Relational Contingency of Rights" (with Gideon Parchomovsky). 98 Virginia Law Review 1313 (2013). "Toward a Theory of Medical Malpractice." 97 Iowa Law Review 1201 (2012). "Corrupt Intentions: Bribery, Unlawful Gratuity, and Honest-Services Fraud." 75 Law & Contemporary Problems 61 (2012). Economic Analysis of the Law of Evidence, in Economic Analysis of Law. 1103 (Uriel Procaccia, ed., 2012) (with Talia Fisher) (in Hebrew)
Stewart E. Sterk: "Accidental Inheritance: Retirement Accounts and the Hidden Law of Succession" (with Melanie Leslie). 89 New York University Law Review (forthcoming 2014). "Moral Obligations of Landowners: An Examination of Doctrine." 2 Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference Journal (forthcoming 2013). "Exploring Taxation as a Substitute for Overregulation in the Development Process." 78 Brooklyn Law Review 417 (2013). "Personal Jurisdiction and Choice of Law." 98 Iowa Law Review 1163 (2013). "Strict Liability and Negligence in Property Theory." 160 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 2129 (2012).
Suzanne Last Stone: "Why Study Talmud?" Zehuyot (forthcoming 2013). "Law in Light of Zionism: A Comparative Perspective." Israel Studies (forthcoming 2013).(forthcoming 2013). Pharhessia: The Public Sphere in Jewish Thought. In Silvio Ferrari (Ed.), RELIGARE Series on Religion and Democracy. "Religion and Human Rights: Conflict or Convergence, Babel or Translation?" Proceedings of the International Democracy Institute (forthcoming 2013). (forthcoming 2014). Conflicting Visions of Political Space. In Rene Prevost (Ed.), Mapping the Boundaries of Belonging: Law Between Religious Revival and Post-Multiculturalism. Oxford University Press. (2012). The Jewish Law of War: The Turn to International Law and Ethics. In Sohail Hashmi (Ed.), Just Wars, Holy Wars, and Jihad. Oxford University Press.
Julie C. Suk: "The Moral and Legal Consequences of Wife Selling in The Mayor of Casterbridge. Allison LaCroix, Martha Nussbaum (Eds.) in Subversion and Sympathy: Gender, Law, and the British Novel. Oxford University Press, 2013. Pension Reform and Antidiscrimination Law. Harry Arthurs & Katherine Stone (Eds.) in Employment Regulation after the Demise of the Standard Employment Contract: The Need for Innovations in Regulatory Design. Russell Sage Publications (2013). "Gender Quotas After the End of Men." 93 Boston University Law Review (2013). "Work-Family Conflict and the Pipeline to Power: Lessons from European Gender Quotas." Michigan State University Law Review (forthcoming 2013). Criminal and Civil Approaches to Antidiscrimination Enforcement in Europe." 14 European Antidiscrimination Law Review 11 (2012). Denying Experience: Holocaust Denial and the Free Speech Theory of the State. Peter Molnar and Michael Herz (Eds.) in The Content and Context of Hate Speech. Cambridge University Press, 2012.
Peter Tillers: Jack B. Weinstein, Norman Abrams, Peter Tillers, Scott Brewer & Daniel S. Medwed. Rules, Statute and Case Supplement. Foundation Press, 2013.
Ellen C. Yaroshefsky: (forthcoming 2014).Defense Lawyering and Wrongful Convictions. In Allison Redlich et al (Eds.), Examining Wrongful Convictions: Stepping Back, Moving Forward. Carolina Press.Joy, Peter A. and Ellen Yaroshefsky. Ethics in Criminal Advocacy, The State of Criminal Justice 2013. American Bar Association, 2013. "50th Anniversary of Brady: Cognitive Bias and Beyond." The Champion (June 2013). "New Orleans Prosecutorial Disclosure in Practice After Connick v. Thompson." 25 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 913 (2012). Joy, Peter A. and Ellen Yaroshefsky. Ethics in Criminal Advocacy, The State of Criminal Justice 2012. American Bar Association, 2012. Bruce A. Green and Ellen Yaroshefsky (2012). Prosecution Ethics in Context. In Leslie C. Levin and Lynn Mather (Eds.), Lawyers in Practice. University of Chicago Press.
Edward Zelinsky: "The Hobby Lobby Problem and the HSA/HRA Solution." 140 Tax Notes 1117 (2013). "California Dreaming: The California Secure Choice Retirement Savings Trust Act." 19 Connecticut Insurance Law Journal (forthcoming). "The Counterproductive Nature of Tax Expenditure Budgets." 137 Tax Notes 1317 (2012). "Putting State Courts in the Constitutional Driver's Seat: State Taxpayer Standing After Cuno and Winn." 40 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 1 (2012). "Combining the Mobile Workforce and the Telecommuter Tax Acts." 65 State Tax Notes 319 (2012). "Do Religious Tax Exemptions Entangle in Violation of the Establishment Clause? The Constitutionality of the Parsonage Allowance Exclusion and the Religious Exemptions of the Individual Health Care Mandate and the FICA and Self-Employment Taxes." 33 Cardozo Law Rev 1633. (2012), reprinted in Alvin D. Lurie (ed.), New York University Review of Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation (2012).