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April 2018

Robert W. Bennett, “What Does It Mean to Support the Second Amendment?,” National Law Journal (Apr. 6, 2018).

Maurine J. Berens, “Commentary: This New Facebook Job Posting Is Cause for Concern,” Chicago Tribune (Apr. 16, 2018).

Michelle Falkoff, “Why We Must Stop Relying on Student Ratings of Teaching,” Chronicle of Higher Education (Apr. 25, 2018).

Allan Horwich, The Securities Law Disclosure Rules of the Road Regarding Executive Illness, 46 Securities Regulation Law Journal 1 (2018).

Tonja Jacobi & Matthew Sag, “Supreme Court Justices Are Speaking up More Because They’re Not Afraid to Be Partisan,” Washington Post (Apr. 6, 2018).

Steven Lubet, “Gun-Toting Congressman Is Right. He’s No Gabby Giffords,” CNN.com (Apr. 8, 2018).

Steven Lubet & Brian McGinty, “When Presidents Lawyer Up: A Brief History,” The Conversation (Apr. 11, 2018).

Steven Lubet, “Crowdfunding David Tuller Is Not a Conflict of Interest,” Virology Blog (Apr. 16, 2018).

Steven Lubet, “The Plight of University Presses,” Academe Magazine (Apr. 20, 2018).

John O. McGinnis & Michael B. Rappaport, The Constitution and the Language of the Law, 59 William & Mary Law Review 1321 (2018).

John O. McGinness, “Bridging C.P. Snow’s Two Cultures,” City Journal (Spring 2018).

Janice Nadler, The Social Psychology of Property: Looking Beyond Market Exchange, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 18-12, Northwestern Law & Econ Research Paper No. 18-11, ___ Annual Review of Law & Social Science ___ (forthcoming 2018).

James E. Pfander, Standing, Litigable Interests, and Article III’s Case-or-Controversy Requirement, 65 UCLA Law Review 170 (2018).

Stephen B. Presser, “This President Understands Labor, His Opponents Never Will,” NewsMax (Apr. 2, 2018).

Stephen B. Presser, “American Greatness and Its Enemies,” American Greatness (Apr. 12, 2018).

Stephen B. Presser, “James Comey Wrong About His Former Agency and His Role,” NewsMax (Apr. 16, 2018).

Martin H. Redish, Discovery Cost Allocation, Due Process, and the Constitution’s Role in Civil Litigation, Northwestern Law & Econ Research Paper No. 18-10, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 18-11, ___ Vanderbilt Law Review ___ (forthcoming 2018).

Meredith Martin Rountree, Execution ‘Volunteers’: Psychological and Legal Issues, in Living on Death Row: The Psychology of Waiting to Die (Hans Toch, James R. Acker, & Vincent Martin Bonventre eds., 2018).

Max Schanzenbach & Nadav Shoked, Reclaiming Fiduciary Law for the City, 70 Stanford Law Review 565 (2018).

Helene Shapo, Marilyn Walter, & Elizabeth Fajans, Writing and Analysis in the Law (7th ed. 2018).

Nadav Shoked & Max Schanzenbach, Reclaiming Fiduciary Law for the City, 70 Stanford Law Review 565 (2018).

Carole Silver & Swethaa S. Ballakrishnen, Sticky Floors, Springboards, Stairways & Slow Escalators:  Mobility Pathways and Preferences of International Students in U.S. Law Schools, 3 University of California Irvine Journal of International, Transnational, & Comparative Law 39 (2018).

Deborah Tuerkheimer, Criminal Justice and the Mattering of Lives, 116 Michigan Law Review 1145 (2018).

Deborah Tuerkheimer, “#MeToo Comes to the Cosby Courtroom,” New York Times (Apr. 9, 2018).

Deborah Tuerkheimer, “The Cosby Jury Finally Believes the Women,” New York Times (Apr. 26, 2018).

Barry Scott Wimpfheimer, The Talmud: A Biography (2018).