Steven G. Calabresi & Justin Braga are the authors of Judge Robert H. Bork and Professor Bruce Ackerman: An Essay on the Tempting of America, at 13 Ave Maria Law Review 47 (2015).
Peter Dicola is the author of Valuing Control, at 113 Michigan Law Review 663 (2015).
Michael D. Frakes is the author of The Surprising Relevance of Medical Malpractice Law, at 82 University of Chicago Law Review 317 (2015). Michael D. Frakes is the author of Does the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Grant Too Many Bad Patents?: Evidence from a Quasi-Experiment, at 67 Stanford Law Review 613 (2015).
John O. McGinnis is the author of Constitutional Revolution: A Study of How the Federalist Society Helped to Revive and Spread the Originalist View of the Constitution, at Wall Street Journal (March 26, 2015) (reviewing Amanda Hollis-Brusky, Ideas with Consequences: The Federalist Society and the Conservative Counterrevolution).
Jide O. Nzelibe, Kristin Hickman, & Thomas W. Merrill are panelists for Federalist Society for Law & Public Policy Studies: 2013 National Lawyers Convention Showcase Panel III: Formalism and Deference in Administrative Law, at 39 University of Dayton Law Review 353 (2015).
James E. Pfander & Daniel D. Birk are the authors of Article III Judicial Power, the Adverse-Party Requirement, and Non-Contentious Jurisdiction, at 124 Yale Law Journal 1346 (2015).
Martin H. Redish & Julie M. Karaba are the authors of One Size Doesn't Fit All: Multidistrict Litigation, Due Process, and the Dangers of Procedural Collectivism, at 95 Boston University Law Review 109 (2015).
Juliet S. Sorensen & Alex Van Brunt are the authors of After Boris Nemtsov's Murder, the U.S. Congress Needs to Act, at Talking Points Memo (March 19, 2015).
Deborah Tuerkheimer is the author of Book Review, at 125 Ethics 905 (2015) (reviewing Anne Phillips, Our Bodies, Whose Property?).