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July 2014


Charlotte Crane is the author of Foreword: 100 Years Under the Income Tax in 108 Northwestern University Law Review 767-771 (2014). Professor Crane is also the author of Maintaining Class Actions in Tax Cases: Why Have Federal Litigants Been So Much Less Successful? in 11 Pittsburgh Tax Review 179-199 (2014).

Shari Diamond and David Franklyn are the authors of Trademark Surveys: An Undulating Path in 92 Texas Law Review 2029-2073 (2014).

Steven Drizin, Laura Nirider, and Joshua Tepfer are the authors of Juvenile Justice Investigation: Narrative Contamination, Cultural Stereotypes, and the Scripting of Juvenile False Confessions in Examining Wrongful Convictions: Stepping Back, Moving Forward, edited by Allison D. Redlich, James R. Acker, Robert J. Norris, and Catherine L. Bonventre (Carolina Academic Press, 2014).

Jonathan Koehler is the author of Forensic Fallacies and a Famous Judge in 54 Jurimetrics Journal 211-219 (2014). Professor Koehler is also the author, with Jason Cairns, of Cruel and Unusual Punishments: A Comparison of Public and Judicial Opinion in 54 Jurimetrics Journal 109-134 (2014).

Andrew Koppelman is the author of The Hobby Lobby Decision was a Victory for Human Rights in New Republic Online, at http://www.newrepublic.com/article/118488/hobby-lobby-decision-was-victory-womens-rights (June 30, 2014). Professor Koppelman is also the author of The Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby Decision Just Got a Whole Lot Worse in New Republic Online, at http://www.newrepublic.com/article/118564/supreme-courts-wheaton-college-decision-just-made-hobby-lobby-worse (July 4, 2014) and Obamacare Opponents are Hurting 4.5 Million Workers to Win a Political War in New Republic Online, at http://www.newrepublic.com/article/118822/halbig-v-burwell-example-moral-dysfunction (July 23, 2014).

Tonja Jacobi, Song Richardson, and Gregory Barr are the authors of The Attrition of Rights under Parole in 87 Southern California Law Review 887-976 (2014).

Laura Nirider, Steven Drizin, and Joshua Tepfer are the authors of Juvenile Justice Investigation: Narrative Contamination, Cultural Stereotypes, and the Scripting of Juvenile False Confessions in Examining Wrongful Convictions: Stepping Back, Moving Forward, edited by Allison D. Redlich, James R. Acker, Robert J. Norris, and Catherine L. Bonventre (Carolina Academic Press, 2014).

Martin Redish and Sopan Joshi are the authors of Litigating Article III Standing: A Proposed Solution to the Serious (but Unrecognized) Separation of Powers Problem in 162 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1373-1417 (2014).

David Scheffer is the author of Atrocity Crimes in Genocide: A Reader, edited by Jens Meierhenrich (Oxford University Press, 2014) at 88-91. Ambassador Scheffer also delivered a speech in front of the Scotland House in Brussels, entitled An International Perspective on the Future of Scotland, available at http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/International/Europe/Our-Focus/Brussels-Events/Scheffer (July 1, 2014), and authored Let Justice Be Served in Syria and Iraq in Los Angeles Times, available at http://www.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la-oe-scheffer-prosecuting-atrocities-syria-iraq-20140706-story.html (July 6, 2014).

Juliet Sorensen is the author of the book review of Global Health Law, by Lawrence O. Gostin, in Times Higher Education, at http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/books/global-health-law-by-lawrence-o-gostin/2014635.article (July 24, 2014).

Joshua Tepfer, Steven Drizin, and Laura Nirider are the authors of Juvenile Justice Investigation: Narrative Contamination, Cultural Stereotypes, and the Scripting of Juvenile False Confessions in Examining Wrongful Convictions: Stepping Back, Moving Forward, edited by Allison Redlich, James Acker, Robert Norris, and Catherine Bonventre (Carolina Academic Press, 2014).