SSRN Working Paper Series
Northwestern Law Faculty Publications
Bernard Black, Myungho Paik & David A. Hyman, Damage Caps and Defensive Medicine Revisited, 51 Journal of Health Economics 84 (2017).
David Dana & Deborah Tuerkheimer, After Flint: Environmental Justice as Equal Protection, 111 Northwestern University Law Review 93 (2017).
Jonathan Koehler, N.J. Schweitzer, Michael J. Saks & Dawn E. McQuiston, Science, Technology, or the Expert Witness: What Influences Jurors’ Judgments About Forensic Science Testimony?, 22 Psychology, Public Policy, & Law 401 (2016).
Andrew Koppelman, If Liberals Knew Themselves Better, Conservatives Might Like Them Better, 20 Lewis & Clark Law Review 1201 (2017).
Andrew Koppelman, Kent Greenawalt, Defender of the Faith, Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law Public Law & Legal Theory Series No. 17-04, ___ Texas Law Review ___ (forthcoming 2017).
John O. McGinnis, Reforming Constitutional Review of State Economic Legislation, 14 Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy 517 (2016).
Janice Nadler, Expressive Law, Social Norms, and Social Groups, Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law Law & Economics Series No. 16-02, Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law Public Law & Legal Theory Series No. 16-06, ___ Law & Social Inquiry ___ (forthcoming 2017).
James E. Pfander, Constitutional Torts and the War on Terror (Oxford University Press 2017).
David Scheffer, Stephen Rapp & Clint Williamson, “Prevent and Punish in South Sudan,” The Hill (Feb. 1, 2017).
David L. Schwartz, Kyle Rozema, & Jay Kesan, Endogenous Litigation Costs: An Empirical Analysis of Patent Disputes, Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law Law & Economics Series No. 17-01 (2017).
David M. Shapiro, “Opinion: New Illinois Prisoner ID Law Is Weak Medicine,” Chicago Sun-Times (Jan. 6, 2017).