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Recent Publications

September 2019

Karen J. Alter, “Time for a World Trade Organization 2.0,” Wall Street Journal (Sept. 15, 2019).

Bernard Black, Charles Silver & David A. Hyman, Fictions and Facts: Medical Malpractice Litigation, Physician Supply, and Health Care Spending in Texas Before and After HB 4, 51 Texas Tech Law Review 627 (2019).

Bernard S. Black, Kate Litvak, Hemang Desai, Woongsun Yoo & Jeff Jiewei Yu, Pre-Analysis Plan for the REG SHO Reanalysis Project, SSRN (2019).

Locke Bowman, “Commentary: Mayor Lori Lightfoot Should End Her Attack on Bail Reform,” Chicago Tribune (Sept. 12, 2019).

Janet Siegel Brown, “Bankruptcy Clerkships: An Overlooked Opportunity,” NALP Bulletin of the National Association for Law Placement (Sept. 2019).

Alyson M. Carrel ed., Dispute Resolution and Lawyers, A Contemporary Approach, 6th ed. (2019).

Ezra Friedman & Abraham L. Wickelgren, Optimal Standards of Proof in Patent Litigation: Infringement and Non-Obviousness, Northwestern Law & Econ Research Paper No. 19-07 (2019).

Andrew Koppelman, LGBT Discrimination and the Subtractive Moves, SSRN (2019).

Andrew Koppelman & Steven Lubet, “The Real Trouble with Emoluments,” American Prospect (Sept. 19, 2019).

Daniel W. Linna, Jr., “The Future of Law and Computational Technologies: Two Sides of the Same Coin,” LexBlog (Sept. 26, 2019).

Kate Litvak, Bernard S. Black, Hemang Desai, Woongsun Yoo & Jeff Jiewei Yu, Pre-Analysis Plan for the REG SHO Reanalysis Project, SSRN, 2019.

Steven Lubet & Andrew Koppelman, “The Real Trouble with Emoluments,” American Prospect (Sept. 19, 2019).

Steven Lubet, How Do You Solve a Problem Like Subpoenas?,” 34 Sociological Forum 774 (2019).

Steven Lubet, Elusive Utopia: The Struggle for Racial Equality in Oberlin, Ohio by Gary J. Kornblith and Carol Lasser (book review), 50 Journal of Interdisciplinary History 295 (2019).

Steven Lubet, “The End of Football?,” Faculty Lounge (Sept. 3, 2019).

Steven Lubet, “What Farhad Manjoo Got Wrong about Tucker Carlson,” Faculty Lounge (Sept. 23, 2019).

Shobha Mahadev, Deborah N. Archer, Caitlin Barry, G.S. Hans, Derrick Howard, Alexis Karterton & Jeffrey Selbin, The Diversity Imperative Revisited: Racial and Gender Inclusion in Clinical Law Faculty, 26 Clinical Law Review 127 (2019).

Bruce A. Markell, “What’s Good About Good Faith in Confirmations?,” 39 No. 9 Bankruptcy Law Letter (Sept. 2019).

John O. McGinnis, “How Progressive Free Speech Law Makes Some Citizens More Equal than Others,” Law & Liberty (Sept. 12, 2019).

John O. McGinnis, “How Originalism Changes Legal Analysis,” Law & Liberty (Sept. 19, 2019).

Stephen B. Presser, “2020 Will Define Parameters for Govt Restraint,” NewsMax (Sept. 17, 2019).

Leonard L. Riskin, Chris Guthrie, Richard C. Reuben, Jennifer K. Robbennolt, Nancy A. Welsh & Art Hinshaw, Dispute Resolution and Lawyers, A Contemporary Approach, 6th ed. (Alyson M. Carrel ed. 2019).

Daniel B. Rodiguez & Kristian J. Hammond, “The Blinding of Justice: Technology, Journalism and the Law,” The Hill (Sept. 28, 2019).

David J. Scheffer, “What if a President Committed Genocide or Other Atrocity Crimes?,” Just Security (Sept. 3, 2019).

David L. Schwartz & Christopher Anthony Cotropia, The Hidden Value of Abandoned Applications to the Patent System, Northwestern Law & Econ Research Paper No. 19-08, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 19-18 (2019).

Rob Warden, “Time for a Little Lilliputian Justice in Oklahoma,” InjusticeWatch (Sept. 4, 2019).