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April 2020

Julie L. Biehl, “Adult-Style Prisons Are the Wrong Approach for Helping Juveniles,” Daily Herald (Apr. 15, 2020).

Bernard Black & Vladimir Atanasov, The Trouble with Instruments: The Need for Pre-Treatment Balance in Shock-IV Designs, ECGI - Finance Working Paper, Northwestern Law & Econ Research Paper No. 16-01, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 15-26, ___ Management Science ___ (forthcoming 2020).

Bernard Black, Antonio Gledson de Carvalho, Vikramaditya Khanna, Woochan Kim & Burcin Yurtoglu, Which Aspects of Corporate Governance Do and Do Not Matter in Emerging Markets, 5 Journal of Law, Finance & Accounting 137 (2020).

Bernard Black, Laura Rasmussen-Torvik, Al’ona Furmanchuk, Alexander Stoddard, Kristen Osinski, John Merer, Nicholas Smith, Elizabeth Chrischilles & Abel Kho, The Effect of Number of Healthcare Visits on Study Sample Selection in Electronic Health Record Data, 5 International Journal of Population Data Science 5:1:18 (2020).

Brian Citro & Kat Albrecht, Data Control and Surveillance in the Global TB Response: A Human Rights Analysis, 2 Law, Technology & Humans No. 1 (2020).

Brian Citro & Kene Esom, UNDP Discussion Paper: Making the Law Work for Women and Girls in the Context of HIV (Apr. 7, 2020).

Zachary D. Clopton, Long Arm “Statutes”, 23 Green Bag 2d 89 (2020).

Zachary D. Clopton & D. Theodore Rave, MDL in the States, 115 Northwestern University Law Review ___ (forthcoming 2020).

Zachary D. Clopton, Andrew Bradt, Maggie Gardner, D. Theodore Rave & Pamela Bookman, U.S. Supreme Court Amicus Brief of Civil Procedure Professors in Support of Respondents, Ford Motor Co. v. Montana Eighth Judicial District Court, Nos. 19-368 & 19-369 (Apr. 6, 2020).

Erin F. Delaney & Christina D. Ponsa-Kraus, Beholding Law: Amadeo on the Argentine Constitution: Nota Introductoria, in Santos P. Amadeo, Argentine Constitutional Law (1943) (online ed., forthcoming 2020).

Erin F. Delaney, “Constitutional Amendments from Design to Culture,” Balkinization (Apr. 21, 2020).

María Amparo Grau Ruiz, Constitution Espagnole et Procédures Fiscales: Quel Contrôle du Contribuable?, 2020 Revue Européenne et Internationale de Droit Fiscal, No. 1, at 47.

Joshua Kleinfeld & Rachel Kleinfeld, “How to Hold Elections During a Pandemic,” National Review (Apr. 7, 2020).

Andrew M. Koppelman, “The Function of the Independent Lawyer as a Guardian of Our Freedom”: The Great Stevens Dissent in Walters, 114 Northwestern University Law Review 1771 (2020).

Andrew M. Koppelman & Steven Lubet, “Is the Roberts Court Going to Let Coronavirus Kill Us?,” Just Security (Apr. 17, 2020).

Sarah B. Lawsky, Form as Formalization, 16 Ohio State Technology Law Journal 114 (2020).

Daniel W. Linna, Jr., “Evaluating Legal Services: The Need for a Quality Movement and Standard Measures of Quality and Value – Chapter in Research Handbook on Big Data Law,” LegalTech Lever (Mar. 12, 2020).

Daniel W. Linna, Jr. & Mona Kalantar, “Innovation Lab Demos: Northwestern Law and Computer Science Students Partner with Organizations to Build Legal Technology Solutions,” LexBlog (Apr. 29, 2020).

Daniel W. Linna, Jr. & Laura H. Nirider, “Wrongful Convictions, Making a Murderer, and Social Media with Laura Nirider,” Legal Talk Network (Apr. 29, 2020).

Steven Lubet & Andrew M. Koppelman, “Is the Roberts Court Going to Let Coronavirus Kill Us?,” Just Security (Apr. 17, 2020).

John O. McGinnis, “Adrian Vermeule: Unwitting New Originalist,” Law & Liberty (Apr. 9, 2020).

John O. McGinnis, “Technology’s Good War,” City Journal (Apr. 15, 2020).

John O. McGinnis, “Gender Diversity,” Law & Liberty (Apr. 16, 2020).

John O. McGinnis, “The Chevron Doctrine’s Shrinking Domain,” Law & Liberty (Apr. 23, 2020).

Janice Nadler, Ordinary People and the Rationalization of Wrongdoing, 118 Michigan Law Review 1205 (2020).

Laura H. Nirider & Daniel W. Linna, Jr., “Wrongful Convictions, Making a Murderer, and Social Media with Laura Nirider,” Legal Talk Network (Apr. 29, 2020).

Jide Nzelibe, Can the Fourth Restatement of Foreign Relations Law Foster Legal Stability?, in The Restatement and Beyond – The Past, Present, and Future of U.S. Foreign Relations Law (Sarah A. Cleveland & Paul B. Stephan eds., forthcoming 2020).

Jide Nzelibe, American Identity Politics and International Law, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 20-05, ___ Columbia Journal of Transnational Law ___ (forthcoming 2020).

Stephen B. Presser, “Victory Over Coronavirus May Not Be a Win for Liberty,” NewsMax (Apr. 3, 2020).

Stephen B. Presser, “Distancing from ‘Experts’ Would Regain Nation’s Perspective,” NewsMax (Apr. 18, 2020).

Martin H. Redish, Pragmatic Formalism, Separation of Powers, and the Need to Revisit the Nondelegation Doctrine, 51 Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 363 (2019).

Daniel B. Rodriguez, “Texas COVID-19 Abortion Case,” PrawfsBlawg (Apr. 7, 2020).

Daniel B. Rodriguez, “Professional Regulation and Federalism in the Coronavirus Crisis: Let’s Remove Access Barriers,” Harvard Law Review Blog (Apr. 15, 2020).

Sarath Sanga, Network Effects in Corporate Governance, 63 Journal of Law & Economics 1 (2020).

David J. Scheffer, “Don't Discriminate Against Those Who Remain Uninfected,” Think Global Health (Apr. 21, 2020).

David J. Scheffer, “Is It a Crime to Mishandle a Public Health Response?,” Council on Foreign Relations (Apr. 22, 2020).

Sarah O’Rourke Schrup, J. Samuel Tenenbaum & Jeffrey T. Green, Brief of Amicus Curiae Professor Robert W. Bennett in Support of State Parties, Chiafalo v. Washington & Colorado Dep’t of State v. Baca, Nos. 19-465 & 19-518 (U.S. Apr. 8, 2020).

David L. Schwartz, Matthew L. Spitzer, Elizabeth Hoffman & Eric L. Talley, Patently Risky: Framing, Innovation and Entrepreneurial Preference, 34 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology ___ (forthcoming 2020).

Carole Silver & Swethaa Ballakrishnen, Language, Culture, and the Culture of Language: International JD students in U.S. Law Schools, in Power, Legal Education, and Law School Cultures (Meera E. Deo, Mindie Lazarus-Black & Elizabeth Mertz eds., 2020).

Matthew L. Spitzer, David L. Schwartz, Elizabeth Hoffman & Eric L. Talley, Patently Risky: Framing, Innovation and Entrepreneurial Preference, 34 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology ___ (forthcoming 2020).

Samuel Tenenbaum, Sarah O’Rourke Schrup, & Jeffrey T. Green, Brief of Amicus Curiae Professor Robert W. Bennett in Support of State Parties, Chiafalo v. Washington & Colorado Dep’t of State v. Baca, Nos. 19-465 & 19-518 (U.S. Apr. 8, 2020).

Michael A. Zuckerman, “The Ethics of a Gig: Freelance Legal Work Enables Cheating,” Chicago Daily Law Bulletin (Apr. 22, 2020).