Recent and Forthcoming Scholarship
- Mass Incarceration Nation: How the United States Became Addicted to Prisons and Jails and How it Can Recover (Cambridge U. Press 2023). Online.
- Criminal Procedure: Constitutional Limits on Policing (2023) (with Adam M. Gershowitz). Online.
- The Law of Evidence (2021). Online.
Evan J. Criddle
- Mandatory Cooperation Under International Law (Cambridge U. Press, forthcoming 2024) (with Evan Fox-Decent).
Davison M. Douglas
- The Constitutional Law Lectures of John Marshall Harlan (Carolina Acad. Press, forthcoming).
- International Migration of Children: Human Rights, State Power, and Nations' Duties (Oxford U. Press, forthcoming 2024).
Adam M. Gershowitz
- Criminal Law: Cases and Comments (Foundation Press 11th ed. 2022; 10th ed. 2017; 9th ed. 2013) (with Ashdown, Bacigal & Finegan).
- Crim Pro 360: The Investigation Process (Carolina Academic Press 2021).
- Criminal Procedure: Constitutional Limits on Policing (2023) (with Jeffrey Bellin). Online.
Michael S. Green
- The Philosophical Foundations of Private International Law (Roxana Banu, Michael S. Green and Ralf Michaels eds., Oxford U. Press, forthcoming).
- The Oxford Introductions to U.S. Law: Civil Procedure (Oxford U. Press, forthcoming).
- Pandemic Surveillance: Privacy, Security, and Data Ethics (Edward Elgar Pub., forthcoming 2023) (edited volume).
- The Big Data Constitution: Constitutional Reform in the Cybersurveillance State (Cambridge U. Press, forthcoming 2023).
- Subterranean Regulation: Science, Politics, and Reproductive Genetic Innovation (under contract, New York University Press) (forthcoming 2026).
- Contracts: Cases & Doctrine (Wolters Kluwer 7th ed. 2021) (6th ed. 2016) (with Randy E. Barnett eds.).
Sarah R. Wasserman Rajec
- Patent Law: An Open-Access Casebook (2021) (with Sarah Burstein & Andres Sawicki). SSRN.
- Managed Dissent: The Law of Public Protest (Cambridge U. Press 2023).
- The First Amendment: Cases and Theory (Wolters Kluwer 4th ed. 2022).
- Plea Bargaining's Uncertainty Problem, 101 Texas L. Rev. 539 (2023). SSRN.
- Sentencing in an Era of Plea Bargains, 102 North Carolina L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2023) (with Jenia Turner). SSRN.
- The Superfluous Evidence Rules, 76 Vanderbilt L. Rev. ___(forthcoming).
- Pure Privacy, 116 Nw. U. L. Rev. 463 (2021). SSRN.
- The Evidence Rules that Convict the Innocent, 106 Cornell L. Rev. 305 (2021). SSRN.
- The Modest Impact of the Modern Confrontation Clause, 89 Tenn L. Rev. 67 (2021) (with Diana Bibb). SSRN.
Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl
- Supreme Court Litigators in the Age of Textualism, Florida L. Rev. (forthcoming 2023).
- The Supreme Court Review Act: Fast-Tracking the Interbranch Dialogue and Destabilizing the Filibuster, 25 U. Penn. J. Constitutional L. Online 1 (2023). SSRN.
- Interpreting State Statutes in Federal Court, 98 Notre Dame L. Rev. 61 (2022). SSRN.
- Improving (and Avoiding) Interstate Interpretive Encounters, 2022 Wis. L. Rev. 1139 (2022). SSRN.
Eric D. Chason
- Crypto Assets and the Problem of Tax Classifications, 100 Wash. U. L. Rev. 765 (2023). Online.
- Regulating Crypto, On and Off the Chain, 64 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2023).
- Smart Contracts and the Limits of Computerized Commerce, 99 Neb. L. Rev. 330 (2020). SSRN.
- Aggressor Status and its Impact on International Criminal Law Case Selection, 35 Pace Int'l L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2024).
- Holding Aggressors Responsible for International Crimes: Implementing the Unequal Enforcement Doctrine, 57 U.C. Davis L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2024).
- Admissions of Guilt, in Evidence in International Criminal Procedure (Kai Ambos et al., eds., forthcoming 2023).
- Dissent and Legitimacy in International Criminal Law, 57 Wake Forest L. Rev. 1061 (2023). SSRN.
- Evidentiary Deficiencies in International Criminal Law: Tracing the Trajectory from Ignored to Integral to Irrelevant, 22 Int'l Crim. L. Rev. 835 (2022). SSRN.
- International Criminal Justice after Atrocities, in The Oxford Handbook of Mass Atrocities (Barbora Hola et al., eds., Oxford U. Press 2022).
- Rehabilitating Charge Bargaining, 96 Indiana L.J. 804 (2021). SSRN.
- The Impact of Separate Opinions on International Criminal Law, 62 Va. J. Int’l L. 1 (2021). SSRN.
- The Facts of Transitional Justice, in The Oxford Handbook of Transitional Justice (Lawrence Douglas et al., eds., forthcoming 2021).
Evan J. Criddle
- Legal Order at the Border, 56 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 1503 (2023). SSRN.
- Turning Sanctions into Reparations: Lessons for Russia/Ukraine, 64 Harv. Int'l. L.J. Online (2023). Online.
- The Authority of International Refugee Law, 62 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1067 (2021) (with Evan Fox-Decent) (symposium). SSRN.
Katherine Mims Crocker
- Constitutional Rights, Remedies, and Transsubstantivity, 110 Va. L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2024). SSRN.
- A Prophylactic Approach to Compact Constitutionality, 98 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1185 (2023). SSRN.
- Qualified Immunity, Sovereign Immunity, and Systemic Reform, 71 Duke L.J. 1701 (2022). SSRN.
- The Supreme Court's Reticent Qualified Immunity Retreat, 71 Duke L.J. Online 1 (2021) (essay). SSRN.
- Reconsidering Section 1983’s Nonabrogation of Sovereign Immunity, 73 Fla. L. Rev. 523 (2021). SSRN.
- A Scapegoat Theory of Bivens, 96 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1943 (2021) (Federal Courts, Practice, and Procedure Issue and Notre Dame Law Review Symposium: invited essay). SSRN.
- The Independent Agency Myth, 108 Cornell L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2023) (with David E. Lewis).
- Circuit Personalities, 108 Va. L. Rev. 1315 (2022) (with Allison O. Larsen).
- Weaponizing En Banc, 96 NYU L. Rev. 1373 (2021) (with Allison Orr Larsen). SSRN.
- The Real Wrongs of ICWA, 1 Villanova L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2024).
- Faux Advocacy in Amicus Practice, 50 Pepperdine Law Review 633 (2023). SSRN.
- Smith’s Last Stand? Free Exercise and Foster Care Exceptionalism, 24 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 856 (2022).
- The Most Dangerous Branch of Science? Reining in Rogue Research and Reckless Experimentation in Social Services, 87 Mo. L. Rev. 1 (2022). SSRN.
- Clarifying Questions About the Nature of Rights, 12 Jurisprudence 47 (2021) (peer reviewed). Online.
- Deflating Parental Rights, 40 Law & Philosophy 387 (2021) (peer reviewed). Online.
Adam M. Gershowitz
- Laundering Police Lies, 2023 Wis. L. Rev. 1187 (2023) (with Caroline Lewis).
- Mercy for the Masses: A Default Rule of Automatically Triggered Commutations, Tex. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2024) (symposium).
- The Brady Database, 114 J. Crim. L. & Criminology ___ (forthcoming 2024) (with Brandon L. Garrett & Jennifer Teitcher).
- The Tesla Meets the Fourth Amendment, 48 BYU L. Rev. 1135 (2023). SSRN.
- The Myth of the All-Powerful Federal Prosecutor at Sentencing, 95 St. John's L. Rev. 581 (2022).
- Old Age as the Hidden Sentencing Factor, 29 Elder L.J. 249 (2021).
- The Race to the Top to Reduce Prosecutorial Misconduct, 89 Fordham L. Rev. 1179 (2021) (symposium). SSRN.
- The Opioid Doctors: Is Losing Your License a Sufficient Penalty for Dealing Drugs?, 72 Hastings L.J. 871 (2021). SSRN.
- Technology integration in higher education and student privacy beyond learning environments—A comparison of the UK and US perspective, British Journal of Education Technology __ (forthcoming 2023). Online.
- Smart Cities and Sustainability: a New Challenge to Accountability?, 45 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. Rev. 739 (2021). Online.
Michael S. Green
- Jurisdiction and the Moral Impact Theory of Law, 29 Legal Theory __ (forthcoming 2023). SSRN.
- Permissions Deontic Voids, and the Karamazov Argument, 66 American Journal of Jurisprudence 291 (2021). SSRN.
- Hans Kelsen's Non-Reductive Positivism, in Cambridge Companion to Legal Positivism 272-300 (Torben Spaak & Patricia Mindus, eds., Cambridge U. Press 2021).
- The Semantic Thesis in Legal Positivism, in Cambridge Companion to Legal Positivism, 536-58 (Torben Spaak & Patricia Mindus, eds., Cambridge U. Press 2021). SSRN.
- FOIA-Flooded Elections, 85 Ohio State L. J. __ (forthcoming 2024). SSRN.
- Adversarial Election Administration, 101 N.C. L. Rev. 1077 (2023). SSRN.
- Election Surveillance, 57 Wake Forest L. Rev. 101 (2022). SSRN.
- Election Observation Post-2020, 90 Fordham L. Rev. 267 (2021). SSRN.
- Redistricting Transparency & Litigation, 71 Syracuse L. Rev. 1121 (2021). SSRN.
Kevin S. Haeberle
- Fraud-on-the-Market Liability in the ESG Era, 98 Tulane L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2023) (draft available). SSRN.
- The Emergence of the Actively Managed ETF, 2021 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 1321 (2022) (Columbia Business Law Review's January 2022 Future of Securities Regulation symposium edition). SSRN.
- Marginal Benefits of the Core Securities Laws, 7 J. Fin. Reg. 254 (2021). SSRN.
- Menstrual Justice in Theoretical Context, 98 N.Y.U L. Rev. 133 (2023) (reviewing Bridget Crawford and Emily Waldman, Menstruation Matters: Challenging the Law's Silence on Periods) (book review). Online.
- Reform, Retrench, Repeat: The Campaign Against Critical Race Theory, Through the Lens of Critical Race Theory, 28 Wm. & Mary J. Race, Gender & Soc. Just. 61 (2021).
- Trolley Problems, Private Necessity, and the Duty to Rescue, 60 San Diego L. Rev. 1 (2023). SSRN.
- Trademark Law and Consumer Constraints, 64 Ariz. L. Rev. 339 (2022) (winner of the International Trademark Association’s 2021 Ladas Memorial Award (professional category)). SSRN.
- Trademarks in Conversation: Assessing Genericism after Booking.com, 39 Cardozo Arts & Ent. L.J. 955 (2021) (symposium article). SSRN.
- Biometrics and an AI Bill of Rights, 60 Duq L. Rev. 283 (2022). Online.
- Decitizenizing Asian Pacific American Women, 93 U. Colo. L. Rev. 325 (2022) (with Shoba S. Wadhia). Online.
Eric A. Kades
- A New Feudalism: Selfish Genes, Great Wealth and the Rise of the Dynastic Family Trust, 55 U. CONN. L. REV. 19 (2022). Online.
- The Charitable Continuum, 22 Theoretical Inquiries in Law 285 (2021) (invited symposium article, conference on legal discontinuities, University of Tel Aviv Buchman School of Law, December 2019).
Allison Orr Larsen
- Becoming a Doctrine, 76 Fla. L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2024). SSRN.
- The Precarious Art of Classifying Facts, 73 Duke L.J. Online __ (forthcoming 2024).
- Circuit Personalities, 108 Va. L. Rev. 1315 (2022) (with Neal E. Devins).
- Weaponizing En Banc, 96 NYU L. Rev. 1373 (2021) (with Neal E. Devins). SSRN.
- Normalizing Reproductive Genetic Innovation, 74 Admin. L. Rev. 481 (2022).
- Segmented Innovation in the Legalization of Mitochondrial Transfer: Lessons from Australia and the United Kingdom, 22 Hous. J. Health L. & Pol’y 317 (2022).
- How Analogizing Socio-Legal Responses to Organ Transplantation Can Further the Legalization of Reproductive Genetic Innovation, 74 SMU L. Rev. 665 (2021).
- Is Germline Gene Editing Exceptional?, 51 Seton Hall L. Rev. 735 (2021).
Thomas J. McSweeney
- Appealing Magna Carta, U. Chi. L. Rev. Online (forthcoming 2023).
- Those Things Which are Written in Romance: Language and Law-Teaching in Thirteenth-Century England, 62 Am. J. Legal Hist. 285 (2022). Online.
- Are Employee Noncompete Agreements Coercive? Why the FTC's Wrong Answer Disqualifies It from Rulemaking (For Now), 18 Va. L. & Bus. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2024). SSRN.
- The Rule of Reason’s Prima Facie Case: Did Harvard Get it Right?, 170 U. Penn. L. Rev. Online _____ (forthcoming 2023) (invited submission).
- The Constitutional Moment that Wasn't: 1912-1914 and the Meaning of the Sherman Act, Network L. Rev. (2022). Online.
- Don't Abolish Employee Noncompete Agreements, 57 Wake Forest L. Rev 631 (2022). SSRN.
- Federalism, Free Competition, and Sherman Act Preemption of State Restraints, 16 Va. L. & Bus. Rev. 115 (2021) (reprinted in _____ Defense L.J. _____ (forthcoming 2023)). SSRN.
- Requiem for a Lightweight: How NCAA Continues to Distort Antitrust Doctrine, 56 Wake Forest L. Rev. 1103 (2021). SSRN.
- Will the Supreme Court Recover its Own Fumble? How Alston Can Repair the Damage From NCAA's Sports League Exemption, 11 Wake Forest L. Rev. Online 70 (2021). SSRN.
- The Blessing That's Anticipated Here Will Be Realized in the Next Life”: The Development of Modern Latter-day Saint Marital Sealing Rules, 41 J. Mormon History 103 (2023).
- Nomos, Narrative, and Nephi: Legal Interpretation in the Book of Mormon, 11 Brit. J. Am. Leg. Stud. 297 (2022).
- Salt, Smurthwaite, and Smith: Litigation and the Legal Identity of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 48 J. Mormon Hist. 92 (2022).
- "Established Agreeable to the Laws of Our Country": Mormonism, Church Corporations, and the Long Legacy of America's First Disestablishment, 36 J.L. & Rel. 202 (2021). Online.
- Civil Disobedience and the Latter-day Saint Thought , 60 BYU Stud. Q. 229 (2021) in Open Questions in Latter-day Saint Theology (Terryl Givens & Eric Eliason eds.).
- Markets and Contractual Fairness, 17 Europ. Rev. Contract L. 211 (2021). Online.
- The Temptation of Cosmic Private Law Theory, 66 Am. J. Jur. 395 (2021) (reviewing Nicholas J. McBride, The Humanity of Private Law (review essay). Online.
Sarah R. Wasserman Rajec
- Andrew Gilden & Sarah R. Wasserman Rajec, Pleasure Patents, 63 B.C. L. Rev. 571 (2022). SSRN.
- Intellectual Property and the Myth of Nonrivalry, Notre Dame L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2023).
- Right On Time: A Reply to Professors Allen, Claeys, Epstein, Gordon, Holbrook, Mossoff, Rose, and Van Houweling, 100 B.U. L. Rev. Online 48 (2022) (with Dotan Oliar). SSRN.
- Making the Best from A Mess: Mental Health, Misconduct, and the “Insanity Defense” in the VA Disability Compensation System, 90 UMKC L. Rev. 661 (2022).
- Criminal Justice Reform and the Centrality of Intent, 68 Villanova L. Rev. 51 (2023). Online.
- Trauma and Memory in the Prosecution of Sexual Assault, 45 Law & Psychol. Rev. 87 (2021). SSRN.
- Public Protest and Governmental Immunities, Southern Cal. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2024). SSRN.
- Second Amendment Exceptionalism: Public Expression and Public Carry, 102 Tex. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2023). SSRN.
- The Costs of Dissent: Protest and Civil Liabilities, 89 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 233 (2021). SSRN.
- Resilience Adaptation Feasibility Tool (The RAFT) project, in Collaborating for Climate Resilience (compiled by Ann Goodman and Nilda Mesa (2021)) (with Tanya Denckla Cobb, Michelle Covi and Angela King).
- The Impact of Climate Change on Virginia's Coastal Areas, in Report of the Virginia Academy of Science, Engineering and Medicine (Jonathan L. Goodall, Antonio Elias, Elizabeth Andrews, et al. (2021)).
- Technology, Policing and Implications for Marginalized Communities, in The Cambridge Handbook on Policing in the United States (Eric Miller and Tamara Lave eds., Cambridge U. Press 2019).
- Judicial Immunity and its Limits: The Anglo-American Approach, in Transitional Justice and the Criminal Responsibility of Judges (Jaime Couso Salas et al. eds. (forthcoming 2024)).
- Forever Owned: Children as Possessions in the CRC, in Global Reflections on Children's Rights and the Law (Pamela Laufer-Ukeles and Ellen Marrus, Routledge 2021). Online.
Michael S. Green
- Erie Railroad Co. v. Tompkins in a Private International Law Context, in The Common Law Jurisprudence of the Conflict of Laws (Sarah McKibbin and Anthony Kennedy eds., Hart Publ'g, 2023).
- Authority and Interest Analysis, in The Philosophical Foundations of Private International Law (Roxana Banu, Michael S. Green & Ralf Michaels eds., Oxford U. Press, forthcoming). SSRN.
- Partisanship Parity in U.S. Election Administration, in The Oxford Handbook of American Election Law (Eugene Mazo ed., Oxford U. Press, forthcoming 2023).
- Children & the Law, in Oxford Bibliographies Online (Oxford U. Press, forthcoming 2023).
- Rethinking the Age of Majority, in The Oxford Handbook of Developmental Psychology and the Law (Jodi Quas & Allison Redlich eds., forthcoming 2023).
- Names, Naming, and the Law: The Implications of Governmental Form Design, 35-50, in Names, Identity, and the Law (I.M. Nick ed., Routledge 2023). Online.
- What Is the Meaning of a Trademark?, in Research Handbook on Trademark Law Reform (Graeme Dinwoodie & Mark Janis eds., Edward Elgar Press 2021). SSRN.
- Reproductive Innovation and Reproductive Exceptionalism: How Private Health Insurance Coverage of Fertility Treatment Complements Hostile Governmental Action and Expands Access to Assisted Reproduction in the United States, in Private Law: Pathology or Pathway? (Cambridge University Press) (eds. I. Glenn Cohen, Wendy Netter Epstein, Christopher Robertson & Carmel Shachar) (forthcoming 2024).
Thomas J. McSweeney
- Rights in the English Common Law, in The Cambridge History of Rights, Volume 2: The Middle Ages (Cambridge U. Press, forthcoming 2023).
- Intent to Create Legal Relations and the Nature of Contractual Consent, in Research Handbook of the Philosophy of Contract Law (Mindy Chen & Prince Saprai eds., forthcoming 2024).
- John Calvin's quarrel with civil recourse theory, in Christianity and Private Law (Michael Mooreland & Robert Cochran eds., Routledge 2021).
- Mormonism and Conscience, in Christianity and the Laws of Conscience: An Introduction 245 (Jeffrey B. Hammond & Helen M. Alvare, eds., Cambridge U. Press, 2021).
Christie S. Warren
- The Constitutional Court of Indonesia as a Post-Conflict Institution, in Twenty Years of the Constitutional Court of Indonesia (Brill) (forthcoming 2024). SSRN.
- Conflict as Catalyst: The Role of Conflict in Creating Political Space for Women, in Women's Human Rights Under European and International Law (with Iulia Motoc, Ivana Jelic, Elena Brodeala and Silvia Șuteu eds. 2021). SSRN.
- Assembly Within ‘Sight and Sound’ Of the Audience, in Oxford Handbook of Peaceful Assembly (forthcoming 2023). SSRN.