Michael Barsa and David Dana are the authors of A Climate Change Lens on the Dormant Commerce Clause, Lifecycle GHGTaxes, and In-State RPS Requirements in 5 San Diego Journal of Climate & Energy Law 69-92 (2014).
Robert Burns is the author of Kafka's Law: The Trial and American Criminal Justice (University of Chicago Press, 2014).
David Dana and Michael Barsa are the authors of A Climate Change Lens on the Dormant Commerce Clause, Lifecycle GHGTaxes, and In-State RPS Requirements in 5 San Diego Journal of Climate & Energy Law 69-92 (2014).
Tonja Jacobi and Alvaro Bustos are the authors of Strategic Judicial Preference Revelation in 30 Journal of Law and Economics 113-137 (2014).
Andrew Koppelman and Frederick Mark Gedicks are the authors of The Costs of the Public Good of Religion Should Be Borne by the Public in 67 Vanderbilt Law Review En Banc 185-187 (2014). Prof. Koppelman and Frederick Mark Gedicks are also the authors of Invisible Women: Why an Exemption for Hobby Lobby Would Violate the Establishment Clause in 67 Vanderbilt Law Review En Banc 51-66 (2014).
Steven Lubet is the author of Professor’s Tweets about Israel Crossed the Line, in Chicago Tribune, at http://www.northwestern.edu/newscenter/stories/2014/08/opinion-trib-lubet-prof-tweets-israel.html (August 14, 2014).
Stephen Presser is the author of the book review of Scalia: A Court of One, by Bruce Allen Murphy, in The University Bookman, at http://www.kirkcenter.org/index.php/bookman/article/the-rock-star-of-one-first-street (August 25, 2014).
Meredith Martin Rountree is the author of Law and Loss: Notes on the Legal Construction of Pain in 41 American Journal of Criminal Law 133-149 (2014).