Ronald J. Allen is the author of Reforming the Law of Evidence of Tanzania (Part Three): The Foundations of the Law of Evidence and Their Implications for Developing Countries, at 33 Boston University International Law Journal 283 (2015). Ronald J. Allen is the author of A Proposed Evidence Law, at 33 Boston University International Law Journal 359 (2015).
Karen J. Alter, James Thuo Gathii & Laurence Helfer are the authors of Backlash Against International Courts in West, East and Southern Africa: Causes and Consequences, at iCourts Working Paper Series No. 21 and SSRN. Karen J. Alter, Laurence Helfer & Mikael Rask Madsen are the authors of How Context Shapes the Authority of International Courts, at 79 Law & Contemporary Problems ___ (forthcoming 2016) iCourts Working Paper Series No. 18, Duke Law School Public Law & Legal Theory Series No. 2015-13 and SSRN.
Esther Barron is the author of Experiencing Business Associations in the Classroom, at 59 Saint Louis University Law Journal 787 (2015).
Robert P. Burns is the author of Some Limitations of Experimental Psychologists' Criticisms of the American Trial, at 90 Chicago-Kent Law Review 899 (2015).
Steven G. Calabresi is the author of On Liberty and the Fourteenth Amendment: The Original Understanding of the Lockean Natural Rights Guarantees, at 93 Texas Law Review 1299 (2015).
Alyson Carrel is the author of Choosing ADR Careers at the Start, at 21 No. 3 Dispute Resolution Magazine 30 (Spring 2015).
Charlotte Crane is the author of Book Review (reviewing Roman Huret, American Tax Resister (2014)), at 33 Law and History Review 482 (2015).
David Dana is the author of Why Do We Have the Parcel-as-a-Whole Rule?, at 39 Vermont Law Review 617 (2015).
Zev J. Eigen is the author of Norm Shifting by Contract, at 44 Southwestern Law Review 231 (2014).
Emily Kadens is the author of The Medieval Law Merchant: The Tyranny of a Construct, at 7 Journal of Legal Analysis ___ (forthcoming 2015).
Andrew Koppelman is the author of The Piety of My Negative Judaism, at 16 Rutgers Journal of Law & Religion 303 (2015).
Steven Lubet is the author of “I Sued the Grateful Dead,” Slate (June 4, 2015). Steven Lubet is the author of “Alice Goffman’s Denial of Murder Conspiracy Raises Even More Questions,” The New Republic (June 3, 2015).
John O. McGinnis is the author of “John Roberts’s Principled Mistake,” at City Journal (June 29, 2015).
Candice Player is the author of Involuntary Outpatient Commitment: The Limits of Prevention, at 26 Stanford Law & Policy Review 159 (2015).
Steven B. Presser is the author of What I Do When I Teach Business Associations, at 59 Saint Louis University Law Journal 883 (2015).
Martin H. Redish is the author of Fear, Loathing, and the First Amendment: Optimistic Skepticism and the Theory of Free Expression, at 76 Ohio State Law Journal 691 (2015).
Stephen F. Reed is the author of The Lively Classroom: Finding the Humor in Business Associations, at 59 Saint Louis University Law Journal 735 (2015).
David J. Scheffer is the author of Preface, in Morse Tan, North Korea, International Law and the Dual Crises: Narrative and Constructive Engagement (Routledge 2015).
Carole Silver, Jae-Hyup Lee & Jeeyoon Park are the authors of What Firms Want: Investigating Globalization's Influence on the Market for Lawyers in Korea, at 27 Columbia Journal of Asian Law ___ (forthcoming 2015) and SSRN. Carole Silver is the author of Perspectives on International Students’ Interest in U.S. Legal Education: Shifting Incentives and Influence, at 49 New England Law Review 461 (2015).