Submissions from 2010
The Humanity of Law, H. Jefferson Powell
Unstandard Standardization: The Case of Biology, Arti K. Rai
Some Issues Raised by Alaska’s Recording Act, William A. Reppy Jr.
On the Constitutionality of Health Care Reform, Barak D. Richman
Fragmentation in Mental Health Benefits and Services: A Preliminary Examination into Consumption and Outcomes, Barak D. Richman, Daniel Grossman, and Frank Sloan
The Rule of Law Unplugged, Daniel B. Rodriguez, Mathew D. McCubbins, and Barry R. Weingast
All Rise - Standing in Judge Betty Fletcher’s Court, Thomas D. Rowe Jr.
All Rise! Standing in Judge Betty Fletcher’s Court, Thomas D. Rowe Jr.
Sonia, What’s a Nice Person Like You Doing in Company Like That, Thomas D. Rowe Jr.
Designing Payments for Ecosystem Services, James Salzman
Pursuing Geoengineering for Atmospheric Restoration, James Salzman and Robert B. Jackson
Climate Change, Dead Zones, and Massive Problems in the Administrative State: A Guide for Whittling Away, James Salzman and J.B. Ruhl
Gaming the Past: The Theory and Practice of Historic Baselines in the Administrative State, James Salzman and J.B. Ruhl
Gifts and the Income Tax - an Enduring Puzzle, Richard L. Schmalbeck
Public Choice and Environmental Policy: A Review of the Literature, Christopher H. Schroeder
Distorting Legal Principles, Steven L. Schwarcz
Facing the Debt Challenge of Countries That Are Too Big to Fail, Steven L. Schwarcz
Fiduciaries With Conflicting Obligations, Steven L. Schwarcz
Keynote Address: The Role of Lawyers in the Global Financial Crisis, Steven L. Schwarcz
Leverhulme Lecture: Regulating Complexity in Financial Markets, Steven L. Schwarcz
Leverhulme Lecture: The Future of Securitization, Steven L. Schwarcz
Leverhulme Lecture: The Global Financial Crisis and Systemic Risk, Steven L. Schwarcz
Too Big to Fail?: Recasting the Financial Safety Net, Steven L. Schwarcz
A Coase Theorem for Constitutional Theory, Neil S. Siegel
Interring the Rhetoric of Judicial Activism, Neil S. Siegel
Prudentialism in McDonald v. City of Chicago, Neil S. Siegel
Collective Action Federalism: A General Theory of Article I, Section 8, Neil S. Siegel and Robert D. Cooter
‘Struck’ by Stereotype: Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Pregnancy Discrimination as Sex Discrimination, Neil S. Siegel and Reva B. Siegel
Robinson O. Everett and National Security, Scott L. Silliman
What Are We Doing to the Children?: An Essay on Juvenile (In)justice, Michael E. Tigar
Discovery From Non-Parties (Third-Party Discovery) in International Arbitration, Charles O. Verrill Jr.
Rethinking Reliance on Eyewitness Confidence, Neil Vidmar, James E. Coleman Jr., and Theresa A. Newman
One Student’s Thoughts on Law School Clinics, Jeffrey Ward
Complex Tax Legislation in the TurboTax Era, Lawrence A. Zelenak
Debt-Financed Consumption and a Hybrid Income-Consumption Tax, Lawrence A. Zelenak
Foreword: The Fabulous Invalid Nears 100, Lawrence A. Zelenak
The Federal Retail Sales Tax That Wasn’t: An Actual History and an Alternate History, Lawrence A. Zelenak
Submissions from 2009
Marriage as a Message: Same-Sex Couples and the Rhetoric of Accidental Procreation, Kerry Abrams and Peter Brooks
Future Generations: A Prioritarian View, Matthew D. Adler
A Response to the Critics of Corporate Criminal Liability, Sara Sun Beale
Rethinking the Identity and Role of United States Attorneys, Sara Sun Beale
Book Review, Jennifer L. Behrens
Roasting the Pig to Burn Down the House: A Modest Proposal, Stuart M. Benjamin
Mr. Presidential Candidate: Whom Would You Nominate?, Stuart M. Benjamin and Mitu Gulati
Structuring U.S. Innovation Policy: Creating a White House Office of Innovation Policy, Stuart M. Benjamin and Arti K. Rai
Heller’s Problematic Second Amendment Categoricalism, Joseph Blocher
Property and Speech in ‘Summum’, Joseph Blocher
Reputation as Property in Virtual Economies, Joseph Blocher
Competition in the Courtroom: When Does Expert Testimony Improve Jurors’ Decisions?, Cheryl Boudreau and Mathew D. McCubbins
Knowing When to Trust Others: An ERP Study of Decision-Making After Receiving Information from Unknown People, Cheryl Boudreau, Mathew D. McCubbins, and Seana Coulson
Living in Interesting Times: President Obama and the Rebirth of the Labor Movement, Daniel S. Bowling III
Foreign Officials and Sovereign Immunity in U.S. Courts, Curtis A. Bradley
Self-Execution and Treaty Duality, Curtis A. Bradley
The United States, Israel, and Unlawful Combatants, Curtis A. Bradley
Shadow Unilateralism: Enforcing International Trade Law at the WTO, Rachel Brewster
Unpacking the State’s Reputation, Rachel Brewster
The Law Librarian’s Tool for Fair Compensation in the Best - and Worst - of Times, Femi Cadmus and Loretta Orndoff
Justice on Appeal in Criminal Cases: A Twentieth-Century Perspective, Paul D. Carrington
Lieber, Francis (1798-1872), Author and Professor., Paul D. Carrington
Judicial Independence in Excess: Reviving the Judicial Duty of the Supreme Court, Paul D. Carrington and Roger C. Cramton
Original Sin and Judicial Independence: Providing Accountability for Justices, Paul D. Carrington and Roger C. Cramton
Do We Care Enough About Racial Inequality? Reflections on the River Runs Dry, Guy-Uriel Charles
The Phases and Faces of the Duke Lacrosse Controversy: A Conversation James E. Coleman, Jr., James E. Coleman Jr., Angela Davis, Michael Gerhardt, K.C. Johnson, Lyrissa Lidsky, and Howard M. Wasserman
Reinventing the SEC by Staring Into Its Past, James D. Cox
Do Differences in Pleading Standards Cause Forum Shopping in Securities Class Actions?: Doctrinal and Empirical Analyses, James D. Cox, Randall S. Thomas, and Lynn Bai
The Twenty-First Century Law Library, Richard A. Danner, S. Blair Kauffman, and John G. Palfrey
Ratification: Useful But Uneven, Deborah A. DeMott
A JAG in La La Land, Charles J. Dunlap Jr.
Lawfare: A Decisive Element of 21st-Century Conflicts?, Charles J. Dunlap Jr.
Reasons to Write, Charles J. Dunlap Jr.
Roles, Missions,and Equipment: Military Lessons from Experience in This Decade, Charles J. Dunlap Jr.
The Ethical Dimensions of National Security Law, Charles J. Dunlap Jr.
The Ice Storm in U.S. Homes: An Urgent Call for Policy Change, Katherine Evans
Cruel and Unequal Punishment, Nita A. Farahany
The Deterrent Effect of Death Penalty Eligibility: Evidence from the Adoption of Child Murder Eligibility Factors, Michael D. Frakes and Matthew Harding
Invalid Forensic Science Testimony and Wrongful Convictions, Brandon L. Garrett and Peter J. Neufeld
Criminal Lying, Prosecutorial Power, and Social Meaning, Lisa Kern Griffin
Insincere and Involuntary Public Apologies, Lisa Kern Griffin