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November 2017

Karen Alter, “The Future of International Law in an Age of Trump,” The Berlin Journal (Nov. 16, 2017).

Steven G. Calabresi, “Scalia on Writing Well, Originalism, and a Turkey Hunting Mishap,” Washington Post (Nov. 3, 2017).

Steven G. Calabresi & Shams Hirji, “Republicans Should Expand the Federal Courts,” National Review (Nov. 15, 2017).

Steven G. Calabresi, The Free Exercise of Religion, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 17-26 (2017).

Michelle Falkoff, “Democracy Now Leans on the Expertise of Lawyers and Rule of Law,” The Hill (Nov. 8, 2017).

Stephen B. Goldberg, Dealing with Difficulties: What to Say When Parties Won’t Settle and Only Want to Prove They Are Right, 35 Alternatives to the High Cost of Litigation 145 (2017).

Tonja Jacobi & Dylan Schweers, Justice, Interrupted: The Effect of Gender, Ideology and Seniority at Supreme Court Oral Arguments, 103 Virginia Law Review 1379 (2017).

Stephanie Kollman, “Commentary: Sound Policies, Not Misleading Labels, are Best Tools to Address Gun Violence,” In Justice Today (Nov. 1, 2017).

Andrew M. Koppelman, Entertaining Satan: Why We Tolerate Terrorist Incitement, 86 Fordham Law Review 535 (2017).

Andrew M. Koppelman, “The Gay Wedding Cake Case Isn't About Free Speech,” The American Prospect (Nov. 27, 2017).

Matthew B. Kugler & Sarah O’Rourke Schrup, “Op-Ed: Your Phone Knows Where You’ve Been, and the Government Wants to Know Too,” Los Angeles Times (Nov. 28, 2017).

Sarah B. Lawsky, A Logic for Statutes, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 17-28, 21 Florida Tax Review ___ (forthcoming 2017).

Yoon-Ho Alex Lee, Eric Helland, & Daniel M. Klerman, Maybe There’s No Bias in the Selection of Disputes for Litigation, ___ Journal of Institutional & Theoretical Economics ___ (forthcoming 2018).

Steven Lubet, “What Does It Mean to Call Your Own Position ‘Arguable’?,” The Faculty Lounge (Nov. 10, 2017).

Elise Meyer, “Cresting the Arc of the Opioids Epidemic: An Interdisciplinary Approach as the Path Forward,” Northwestern Public Health Review – Blog (Oct. 23, 2017).

George H. Pike, “Scrutiny of Google and Facebook Increases on Both Sides of the Atlantic,” Information Today (Nov. 7, 2017).

Stephen B. Presser, “Trump Is the Unlikely Tribune to Restore Our Heritage,” NewsMax (Nov. 3, 2017).

Stephen B. Presser, “Trump’s Savvy Is Leveling Foreign Policy Playing Field,” NewsMax (Nov. 13, 2017).

Stephen B. Presser, “Book Review: Diminishing the Bill of Rights: Barron v. Baltimore and the Foundations of American Liberty,” EH.net (Nov. 15, 2017).

Stephen B. Presser, “Trump’s Presidency About Fulfilling Founders’ Dream,” NewsMax (Nov. 20, 2017).

Stephen B. Presser, “CFPB Could Survive by Understanding How Business, Economy Work,” NewsMax (Nov. 27, 2017).

Sarah O’Rourke Schrup & Matthew B. Kugler, “Op-Ed: Your Phone Knows Where You’ve Been, and the Government Wants to Know Too,” Los Angeles Times (Nov. 28, 2017).

David L. Schwartz & Colleen V. Chien, “Empirical Studies of the International Trade Commission,” in 2 Peter S. Menell & David L. Schwartz, eds., Research Handbook on the Law & Economics of Intellectual Property (Edgar Elgar 2017 forthcoming).

David M. Shapiro, The Cutting Edge of Prison Litigation, 1 UCLA Criminal Justice Law Review 95 (2017).

Juliet Sorensen, “In Puerto Rico, No Room for Corruption in an Era of Extreme Weather,” Huffington Post (Nov. 2, 2017).

Juliet Sorensen, “To Preserve Biodiversity, Start with Five Universal Truths About Corruption,” Harvard Law Review Blog (Nov. 16, 2017).

Matthew L. Spitzer, Trolls, Nuisance Suits, and the FTC, Northwestern Law & Econ Research Paper No. 17-14 (2017).

Daniel F. Spulber & Justus Baron, Technology Standards and Standard Setting Organizations: Introduction to the Searle Center Database, Northwestern Law & Econ Research Paper No. 17-16 (2017).

Deborah Tuerkheimer, Incredible Women: Sexual Violence and the Credibility Discount, 166 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 1 (2017).