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  • Richard H. Sander

    Articles and Chapters

    Fifteen Questions About Prop. 16 and Prop. 209, University of Chicago Law Review Online (2020). Full Text A Brief Comment on the Symposium Articles (with Yana Kucheva), 70 Case Western Reserve Law Review 777 (2020). Why We Wrote Moving Toward Integration (with Yana Kucheva), 70 Case Western Reserve Law Review 667 (2020).

  • Eileen A. Scallen

    Books

    California Evidence Courtroom Manual (with Glen Weissenberger). Matthew Bender Elite Products (2022).

  • Joanna C. Schwartz

    Books

    Shielded: How the Police Became Untouchable. Viking (forthcoming February 2023).

    Articles and Chapters

    Backdoor Municipal Immunity, 132 Yale L.J. Forum 136. Full Text Lexipol’s Fight Against Police Reform (with Ingrid Eagly), 97 Indiana Law Journal 1 (2022). Full Text New Federalism And Civil Rights Enforcement (with Alexander Reinert and James E. Pfander), 116 Northwestern University Law Review 737 (2021). Full Text Going Rogue: The Supreme Court's Newfound Hostility to Policy-Based Bivens Claims (with Alexander Reinert and James E. Pfander), 96 Notre Dame Law Review 1835 (2021). Full Text Qualified Immunity's Boldest Lie, 88 University of Chicago Law Review 605 (2021). Full Text Qualified Immunity and Federalism All the Way Down, 109 Georgetown Law Journal 305 (2020). Full Text Civil Rights Ecosystems, 114 Michigan Law Review 1539 (2020). Full Text The Myth of Personal Liability: Who Pays When Bivens Claims Succeed (with James E. Pfander and Alex Reinert), 72 Stanford Law Review 561 (2020). Full Text Qualified Immunity's Selection Effects, 114 Northwestern University Law Review 1101 (2020). Full Text After Qualified Immunity, 120 Columbia Law Review 309 (2020). Full Text

  • Andrew D. Selbst

    Articles and Chapters

    Unfair Artificial Intelligence: How FTC Intervention Can Overcome the Limitations of Discrimination Law (with Solon Barocas), 171 U. Pa.L.Rev (forthcoming 2022). An Institutional View Of Algorithmic Impact Assessments, 35 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 117 (2021). Full Text The Hidden Assumptions Behind Counterfactual Explanations and Principal Reasons (with Solon Barocas and Manish Raghavan), 2020 ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability and Transparency (FAccT) (2020). Full Text Negligence and AI’s Human Users, 100 Boston University Law Review 1315 (2020). Full Text

  • Seana Shiffrin

    Books

    Democratic Law. Oxford University Press (2021). (Berkeley Tanner Lectures, edited by Hannah Ginsborg and with commentaries from Niko Kolodny, Richard W. Brooks, and Anna Stilz). Bookshop | Amazon | Book Info

    Articles and Chapters

    Hidden Delegations: The Assignment of Contractual Rights and Consumer Debt, Modern Law Review (forthcoming 2023). Full Text Unfit to Print: Government Speech and the First Amendment, 22-26 UCLA School of Law Public Law & Legal Theory . Full Text Back-door Lies and Promising under Coercion, Mind (Oct. 14, 2020). SSRN | Full Text Compelled Speech and the Irrelevance of Controversy, 47 Pepperdine Law Review 731 (2020). Full Text

  • Anna Spain Bradley

    Books

    Human Choice in International Law. Cambridge University Press (2021). Book info International Dispute Resolution: Cases and Materials (with Mary Ellen O’Connell and Amy J. Cohen). 3rd ed. Carolina Academic Press (2021). Book Info

  • Kirk J. Stark

    Books

    Selected Sections Federal Income Tax Code and Regulations, 2020-2021 (with Steven A. Bank). Foundation Press (2020). Selected Sections Corporate and Partnership Income Tax Code and Regulations, 2020-2021 (with Steven A. Bank). Foundation Press (2020).

    Articles and Chapters

    Wayfair in Constitutional Perspective: Who Sets the Ground Rules of U.S. Fiscal Federalism?, 71 National Tax Journal 221 (2021).

  • Richard H. Steinberg

    Books

    International Trade Law (edited by Richard H. Steinberg). Harvard Law School H20 Open Source Casebook (2021). Full Text The International Criminal Court: Contemporary Challenges and Reform Proposals (edited by Richard H. Steinberg). Brill/Nijhoff (2020).

    Articles and Chapters

    Bankruptcy Court Jurisdiction May Be More Limited than You Think (with Brian M. Resnick, and Matthew B. Masaro ), 41-SEP Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 12 (2022). Introduction: The Crime of Aggression Issue, in The International Criminal Court: Contemporary Challenges and Reform Proposals, (edited by Richard H. Steinberg, Brill/Nijhoff, 2020). Introduction: The Issue of State Party Withdrawal, in The International Criminal Court: Contemporary Challenges and Reform Proposals, (edited by Richard H. Steinberg, Brill/Nijhoff, 2020). Introduction: The Outreach Challenge, in The International Criminal Court: Contemporary Challenges and Reform Proposals, (edited by Richard H. Steinberg, Brill/Nijhoff, 2020). Introduction: The Performance Issue and Metrics of Success, in The International Criminal Court: Contemporary Challenges, (edited by Richard H. Steinberg, Brill/Nijhoff, 2020). Introduction: The Challenge of Obtaining Evidence in SGBV Cases, in The International Criminal Court: Contemporary Challenges and Reform Proposals, (edited by Richard H. Steinberg, Brill/Nijhoff, 2020).

  • Katherine Stone

    Books

    Arbitration Law (with Richard Bales & Alexander J.S. Colvin ). 4th ed. Foundation Press (2021).

    Articles and Chapters

    Arbitration - From Sacred Cow to Golden Calf: Three Phases in the History of the Federal Arbitration Act, 73 Labor Law Journal 66 (2022). The Invisible Web at Work: Artificial Intelligence and Electronic Surveillance in the Workplace (with Richard A. Bales), 41 Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law 1 (2020). Full Text

  • Rebecca Stone

    Articles and Chapters

    Promises, Reliance, and Psychological Lock-In (with Alexander Stremitzer), 49 Journal of Legal Studies 33 (2020). Working Paper Version | [Appendix G: Screenshots – Lab] | [Appendix H: Screenshots – Vignette]

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