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EMILY KADENS

2019

Contributions to Books etc.

February 2019

2016

Contributions to Books etc.

November 2016

  • The Admiralty Jurisdiction of the Court of Requests in Texts And Contexts In Legal History: Essays In Honor of Charles Donahue, edited by John Witte, Jr., Sara McDougall, Anna di Robilant (2016) at Page 349.

April 2016

  • Custom’s Past in Custom’s Future: International Law In A Changing World, edited by Curtis A. Bradley (2016) at Page 11.

Periodical Articles

March 2016

  • The Medieval Law Merchant: The Tyranny of a Construct, 7 Journal of Legal Analysis 251 (2015).

2015

Periodical Articles

August 2015

  • Pre-Modern Credit Networks and the Limits of Reputation, 100 Iowa Law Review 2429 (2015).

2013

Contributions to Books etc.

June 2013

  • Custom's Two Bodies in Center And Periphery: Studies On Power In The Medieval World In Honor of William Chester Jordan, edited by Katherine L. Jansen, G. Geltner, Anne E. Lester (2013) at Page 239.

Periodical Articles

October 2013

  • A Hidden Treasure: The Law School’s Rare Book Collection, 2 Northwestern Law Reporter (Fall 2013).

June 2013

  • Introduction : Lessons from the History of Custom, 48 Texas International Law Journal 349 (2013).

February 2013

  • How Customary is Customary International Law, 54 William & Mary Law Review 885 (2013) (Co-authored by: Ernest A. Young).

2012

Periodical Articles

August 2012

  • Myth of the Customary Law Merchant, 90 Texas Law Review 1153 (2012).

2010

Periodical Articles

December 2010

  • The Pitkin Affair: A Study of Fraud in Early English Bankruptcy, 84 American Bankruptcy Law Journal 483 (2010) (awarded ABLJ 2011 Editors’ Prize).
  • The Last Bankrupt Hanged: Balancing Incentives in the Development of Bankruptcy Law, 59 Duke Law Journal 1229 (2010).

2009

Periodical Articles

December 2009

  • The Puzzle of Judicial Education: The Case of Chief Justice William de Grey, 75 Brooklyn Law Review 143 (2009) (awarded 2010 Sutherland Prize).
  • Justice Blackstone’s Common Law Orthodoxy, 103 Northwestern Law Review 1553 (2009).